Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis: Brad Pitt

Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis: Brad Pitt

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Episode 19: Brad Pitt sits down with Zach Galifianakis for his second most memorable interview yet.

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New England Wild Flower Society has thousands of native plants in a natural woodland setting. The Society owns and operates Garden in the Woods, the largest landscaped collection of wildflowers in the Northeast, as its headquarters and as a public botanic garden. The Garden, located in Framingham, MA, serves as New England’s premier showcase of native plants and as a center for botanical and horticultural study and enjoyment.

For over 30 years, the Society has focused on perfecting techniques to propagate and grow more than 450 species of native plants, and selling them as an alternative to wild-collected plants. The Society owns and operates Nasami Farm, in Whately, MA, our rapidly growning native plant nursery, where we produce over 75,000 plants annually for homewoners, landscape professionals, restoration projects, and towns.

Over the past decade, the Society has prepared itself for the plant conservation, habitat protection, and environmental leadership challenges of the 21st century. If industrialization, development, and pollution have severely challenged plant and habitat conservation in our first century, the next century will be even more demanding. In our second century, we seek to sustain and expand the conservation gains of our first 100 years.
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