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Cullina’s Gardening Featured in New York Times

William Cullina ’86 was the topic of the New York Times feature story “Doing for Native Blooms What Johnny Did for Apples,” from the May 30 issue. Cullina works for Garden in the Woods, a public garden in Framingham, Mass., that displays the largest landscaped collection of native plants in the Northeast. The garden's mission is to conserve native plants through propagation. “If everybody appreciated and grew native plants, that would help to bring back the wildlife that is associated with them,” said Cullina.