Georgia, Oh Georgia
Thanks to King George III’s stipend, for service as Royal Botanist in North America, Philadelphia Quaker John Bartram and son William, in 1765, undertook a botanical expedition through Georgia.
Our Cherry Trees
Do deer—they’re color blind—notice when Kendal’s Cherry trees erupt with color?
To Ponder and Appreciate
In her book Seeing Trees (available in Kendal’s library), Nancy Hugo notes that “humans have been evolving for over 3 million years, trees for 397 million.”
Eastern Redbud, Cercis canadensis, is a small tree native to eastern North America, but which can thrive as far west as California.