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What's in Bloom: Rogersia

Rodgersia spp. are big, bold perennials that impart a tropical feel in the garden without enduring the associated heat. These dramatic plants are members of the Saxifrage family and all hail from the cool, moist woodland streamsides of East Asia.
See the future in flowers

...about four weeks into the future. Arboretum manager Merrill Jensen said with the streak of sunny weather, the is actually on track to be self sufficient, Merrill Jensen said. "If everything goes well and the stock market...
What's in Bloom: Columbine

Columbine (Aquilegia spp.) is one of the easiest perennials to grow in Juneau.
What's in Bloom: Oriental poppies

Oriental poppies, Papaver orientale, are some of the largest, most flamboyant flowers that one can grow in Southeast Alaska.
Merrill Jensen to talk on livelihood of Seward Peninsula

Merrill Jensen has combined his profession as a horticulturist with his hobby as a photographer in an upcoming lecture he'll lead on the "Flora...
What's in Bloom: Himalayan blue poppy

It's Meconopsis "Lingholm," the Himalayan Blue Poppy, time at the Jensen-Olson Arboretum. Juneau's climate mimics their rain-soaked, native habitat on the sub-alpine slopes and meadows of the Himalayas.
What's in Bloom: Yellow candelabra primrose

The yellow candelabra primrose, Primula chungensis, is one of the so called "candelabra" primroses for the way the flowers are arranged in whorls around the stem. It is also one of the few orange-flowered Primula available to gardeners.
What's in Bloom: Blue Camas

Small Camas or Blue Camas, Camassia quamash, is an outstanding bulb native to western North America.
May First Friday Art Walk

...Brad Cure, Steve Winker, David Riccio, Doug Sturm, Shar Fox, Jim Simard, Kerry Howard, Bobby Lee Daniels Merrill Jensen, Liam Penn, Iris Korhonen-Penn, and Michael Penn.
What's in Bloom: Pink fawn lily

Sometimes it isn't the flower that catches one's attention. In the case of the pink fawn lily, Erythronium revolutum, it is the mottled leaves that cause one to pause.


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