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Identifying the unique plants on campus

photo by Ansley Mbah
Snapdragon-Biennial: There are many unique plants on campus that students can view for their own enjoyment. A variety of people work on the beautification of the campus. "I love the collection of plants that are chosen for McEachern’s campusm," environmental science teacher Gretchen Davis said. A spring flower that is extremely popular among gardeners are snapdragons. Snapdragons have tall spikes of brightly colored flowers that bloom profusely in cooler weather. Most are intensely colored and real standouts in the spring or fall garden. Snapdragon flowers start blooming at the bottom of the stalk and work their way up, making for a long period of bloom.

by Ansley Mbah

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