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Author Series: Northeast Native Plant Primer — 235 Plants for an Earth-Friendly Garden

June 8th, 2022 · No Comments · Author Talk, City Library, Events, Main Branch, News, West Branch

Wednesday, July 6, 2022, 7-8pm via Zoom

Invasive plants are one of the greatest threats to the natural environment of New England: out-competing, displacing, and killing our native species. Join the Manchester City Library, in partnership with the Tewksbury Public Library for an evening author event on July 6 at 7:00 PM. Author Uli Lormier will discuss his new book, The Northeast Native Plant Primer: 235 Plants for an Earth-Friendly Garden, in this Zoom webinar.

About The Book: Bring your garden to life—and life to your garden. Do you want a garden that makes a real difference? Choose plants native to our Northeast region. The rewards will benefit you, your yard, and the environment — from reducing maintenance tasks to attracting earth-friendly pollinators such as native birds, butterflies, and bees. Native plant expert Uli Lorimer, of the Native Plant Trust, makes adding these superstar plants easier than ever before, with proven advice that every home gardener can follow. This incomparable sourcebook includes 235 recommended native trees, shrubs, vines, ferns, wildflowers, grasses, sedges, and annuals. It’s everything you need to know to create a beautiful and beneficial garden. This is a must-have handbook for gardeners in Massachusetts.

About The Author: Uli Lorimer is the director of horticulture at Native Plant Trust. He is a tireless advocate for native plants in public gardens, the designed landscape, and those found in the wild. Founded in 1900 as the Society for the Protection of Native Plants, the Native Plant Trust is the nation’s oldest plant conservation organization and a recognized leader in native plant conservation, horticulture, and education. The Society’s headquarters, Garden in the Woods, is a renowned native plant botanic garden in Framingham, Massachusetts, that attracts visitors from all over the world. From this base, 25 staff and more than 700 volunteers work throughout New England to monitor and protect rare and endangered plants, collect and preserve seeds to ensure biological diversity, detect and control invasive species, conduct research, and offer a range of educational programs.

For questions, call Sue Harmon at 603-624-6550 x7620 or email

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