Articles about Native Plants
Emily enjoys writing about native plants. She occasionally writes articles for a variety of publications when she can find the time.
Gardening with Native Plants. Saratoga Living Magazine Spring 2011.
Nursery owner grows and urges use of New York native plants. The Chronicle. May 5, 2011.
Native Plants for Rain Gardens. New York Flora Association Quarterly Newsletter. Spring 2011.
Gardening with Native Plants: Winterberry. New York Flora Association Quarterly Newsletter. Summer 2010. Nursery owner grows and urges use of New York native plants. The Chronicle. May 5, 2011.
Gardening with native plants on Lake George.
Monthly columns from the Lake George Mirror.
- January: Winterberry (Ilex verticillata)
- February: Virginia Rose (Rosa virginiana)
- March: Mapleleaf Viburnum (Viburnum acerifolium)
- May: Golden Ragwort (Packera aurea)
- June: Canada Anemone (Anemone canadensis)
- July: Smooth Hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens)
- October: New England Aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae)
Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens
Emily is a member of the team at the NPWG blog. The contributors come from all over the country, with varying experiences and points of view, but with a shared passion for spreading the word about the value of native plants in our landscapes.
- A Rough Day for Ruffed Grouse
- You Might Think You Know What Zone You Are…
- The Secret Lives of Dioecious Plants
- Covering the Ground the Native Way
- A Tale of Two Iris
- Plants Can Adapt. Concrete Cannot.
- In Honor of National Invasive Species Awareness Week
- And the Award Goes to…
- New Native Plant Knowledge for a New Year
- What’s a Red Chokeberry to Do?
- Asters Vs. Mums – You Decide
- All Bottled Up
- There Are Two Sides to Every Road
- Fiddlehead Frolic
- Bunny Bustin’ Natives
- In a Dicentra State of Mind
- Time to Get Tough
- Winter Wear for Shrubs?
- Shoreline Staples
- A Match Made in a Wetland
- Crimson-eyed Rosemallow
- Meet the Monardas