Monthly Archives: September 2016

A Brief Look At Gonolobus Anglepods and Matelea Spinypods

Seed pods can serve as a handy adjunct to identifying our two genera of North Carolina Milkvines, particularly in late summer and fall, when the vines are no longer in flower, and caterpillars have ravaged the foliage.  Often the only thing … Continue reading

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Summer Briefs: Apios americana and Portulaca oleracea

Apios americana – Groundnut Summer is the peak season for flowering vines in North Carolina.   Best known are the many species of brightly colored morning glories, and the beautiful passion flowers and butterfly peas.   Although it is quite common, Groundnut … Continue reading

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The B. W. Wells Association Holds Its Annual Meeting September 18th at Rock Cliff Farm

The 2016 Annual Meeting of the B. W. Wells Association will be held at  Rock Cliff Farm, B. W. Wells State Recreation Area, 1630 Bent Road, Wake Forest, North Carolina, on Sunday Afternoon, September 18, 2016, 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm, Rain … Continue reading

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