Staghorn Sumac – “Rhus” Juice, Anyone?
An illustrated list of ferns found at Whipple Hill.
A list of wildflowers found in Lexington – 1983
An illustrated guide to wild flowers of Whipple Hill – 1981
A list of flowers and shrubs of Whipple Hill – 1982
A summary of several key native trees that provide both food and shelter for Lexington’s wintering bird population.
Native alternatives to April’s traditional mix of crocuses, daffodils and tulips.
An introduction to 12 of these diverse plant types ranging from herbs to small and large shrubs, all native to Lexington.
Add beauty and diversity to your landscaping with this selection of native flowering groundcovers.
Watch out for this exotic visitor which has anything but heavenly attributes.