THE FRINGED GENTIAN™

A PUBLICATION OF FRIENDS OF THE WILD FLOWER GARDEN, INC.

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Current Issue of The Fringed Gentian™

Fall 2022. Vol. 70 No. 3

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The next issue will be published in spring 2023.

Feature articles

Highlights of Dr. Lee Frelich's talk at the Friends Annual Meeting - “Could climate change turn Minnesota into the new Kansas?”; the Green Darner Dragonfly; Inside the Quaking Bog; re-discovery of a lost Twayblade in the Garden; president's letter on the use of plant identification guides; Garden Curators notes on 2022 Garden staff and the new entry kiosk; membership information; donations; new Board of Directors; historical numbers for Friends support for the Garden.

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Summer 2022. Vol. 70 No. 2

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Spring 2022. Vol. 70 No. 1

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Feature articles

What It's Like to be a Bird - What they do and why.

Warblers in the Garden - The May migration. Photos.

The Trilliums at Eloise Butler - A view of those in the Wildflower Garden, now and historical.

Re-elected MPRB Commissioners.

25 years ago - a Friends project completed.

Jennifer Olson's President's Letter: Rosalie Edge and Hawk Mountain.

Spring Garden Notes by Curator Susan Wilkins.

Membership changes, member notes. Donations and memorials.

Spring Garden open hours.

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Fall 2021. Vol. 69 No. 3

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The next issue will be published in early Spring 2022.

Feature articles

Caught on Camera - the busy life of Garden inhabitants after dark.

Get to know our Region Better - John Moriarty's Field Guide to teh Twin Cities.

Our Oak Trees - Will their dominance last?

There's Something in the Water - Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities

New Directors

Jennifer Olson's President's Letter; 2021 How the Garden is doing by Curator Susan Wilkins; Membership changes, member notes, donations and memorials.

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Summer 2021. Vol. 69 No. 2

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The next issue will be published in late Autumn 2021.

Feature articles

FIPAG after 15 years - what the invasive volunteers have accomplished.

In Praise of Summer Flowers - Eloise Butler writes of mid-summer beauty.

Minnesota's Natural Heritage - Review of Recent book.

Fireweed - Eloise could not make it grow.

A special legacy - How the Friends have been honored.

Annual Members Meeting

Jennifer Olson's President's Letter; 2021 How the Garden is doing by Curator Susan Wilkins; Membership changes, member notes, donations and memorials.

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Spring 2021. Vol. 69 No. 1

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Feature articles

Owls of the Garden - recent activity of the Great Horned Owls.

Our Native Dogwoods - How to identify all 6. History in the Garden.

The Art of Collecting Native Seeds. - When, where and how to do it.

Honoring Eloise Butler. - How would she face current conservation issues?

Jennifer Olson's first President's Letter; 2021 Garden opening plans by Curator Susan Wilkins; Membership changes, 40 year members, donations and memorials; longest serving shelter volunteers.

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