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Trumpet Creeper

By: Lirian Davidson, Journalist April 5, 2024
Tubular in shape, trumpet creepers are viewed as beautiful flowers. With colors reminiscent of sunsets like reddish-orange and golden yellows. They grow in long wood-like vines and spread like wildfire.
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Calico Aster

By: Lirian Davidson, Journalist March 13, 2024
Aster is a daisy, commonly blue or purple; it means star. Asters and Morning Glories are also seen as one of the September birth flowers.
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The Common Pawpaw

By: Lirian Davidson, Journalist March 12, 2024
The pawpaw might sound like an unusual name, but it made sense to the Portuguese explorer who found it.
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The Northern Spicebush & Spicebush Swallowtail

By: Lirian Davidson, Journalist March 7, 2024
The Northern Spicebush’s namesake is its signature spicy scent. It blooms in colors of white, yellow, and green. It tends to have few stems and flowers in clusters.
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Butterfly Milkweed

By: Lirian Davidson, Journalist February 22, 2024
I'm sure most people reading this have heard of milkweed and how it's good for butterflies at least once. You may have heard about the mass migration of butterflies to Mexico. However, the difference between Butterfly and normal milkweed is that Butterfly milkweed sap does not have the same characteristics as normal milkweed.
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Pinxterbloom Azalea

By: Lirian Davidson, Journalist February 16, 2024
Sounds like a medicine doesn’t it? It’s actually a beautiful flower that also goes by the name Pinksterbloom Azalea or Pinxterbloom Azalea depending on who you ask.
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