Development pressure and the resulting changes in hydrology have limited the presence of this plant community across much of New England. From a horticultural perspective, Atlantic white cedar bogs offer four seasons of interest thanks to the evergreen cedar canopy and are quite striking in fall when the foliage of the shrubby understory is a riot of oranges and reds. From an ecological and functional perspective, this plant community will play a critical role at Garden in the Woods by filtering the standing water in our Lily Pond and collecting runoff water from the Woodland Garden.
Boardwalks will allow visitors to access the Atlantic White Cedar Bog, proposed for an area of the Garden that is not presently accessible. Development of each of the remaining eighteen landscape character zones followed the same formulaic approach: What is the existing character of the site? What reference plant communities require the same cultural conditions as exist in a given area? What is the ecological function or significance of that plant community? What is the inherent horticultural beauty or appeal of that plant community?
What management strategies are necessary both to build and maintain the proposed character zone?
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Definition of the character zones provides the ecological framework for the horticultural decisions to come as the Society completes more detailed design work and implements the master plan in phases over the ensuing decades. The resulting plan reflects our conservation ethos by embracing and guiding change in a manner that is both naturally beautiful and ecologically functional. He studied ornamental horticulture at University of Rhode Island while helping to run a mid-size ornamental plant nursery before finding his true passion in public horticulture. Mark led undergraduate programs at Longwood Gardens, where he directed a curriculum overhaul of the Professional Gardener Program, and adult education at Brookside Gardens.
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