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Jun 23, 2017

Stacy Stoldt of the Chicago Botanic Garden is a rare book specialist and a true gem of information in the world of horticulture. As luck would have it, we had a fascinating chat back in November of last year.  Stacy gave me a glimpse into her work as a librarian at the Botanic Garden and we also discussed one of the exhibitions she curated about the Victorian Fern Craze.

If you are convinced that the world would be a better place with just a few more ferns - you’ll love hearing Stacy chat with me about one of evolution's stalwart survivors: ferns.

 

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Chicagobotanic.org

“But wait! There’s more!” | My Chicago Botanic Garden

Lenhardt Library Staff | Chicago Botanic Garden

 

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The Garden News Roundup for June 23, 2017:

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Rutgers Releases New Pink Dogwood

GARDEN STUDY WEEKEND VII SYMPOSIUM - Hollister House Garden

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How to Buy, Store, and Cook Summer Squash, the Season's Most Prolific Piece of Produce | SAVEUR

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How to Make Pineapple Flowers

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The 11 best botanical gardens in the United States - Curbed

Bowery Raises $20M to Build Vertical Farms | Inc.com

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Grilled Broccoli with Avocado and Sesame

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Fear of losing blueberry growers as prices drop, crop soars | Fox Business

Outdoor Look We Love: Herringbone Brick | Apartment Therapy

Pepita and Cilantro Pesto

Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower - I Wash... You Dry

Summer Vegetables and Fruits That Make the Best Flavor Combos | Greatist

A Tasty Creamed Peas With Eggs Recipe

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