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Native cultivars (“nativars”) are being developed at a rapid pace by the nursery trade.
Public gardens regularly share their practices for attracting and nurturing pollinators while also maintaining worldclass horticultural displays.
Grouping plants together by type is a familiar practice in North American gardens where small, separate collections of maples, oaks, or other genera are common features.
This document contains an article titled Rationale and Guidelines for Drafting Collections Management Policies.
This is an article titled Current State of Botanical Nomenclature by Gerry Moore. Gerry Moore was the Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Director of Science.