From 2002 - 2008, Marilandica were the occasional numbered scholarly publications of the Maryland Native Plant Society. Starting Summer 2010, Marilandica will be published three times yearly and replace the bi-monthly Native News.
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- Volume 4 Number 1. This issue is visible only to current members. Click here to log in
- Heath In Focus: Mountain Laurel
- Letter from the President
- Research Grant Program
- List of Maryland Heaths
- Artist Portrait: Tina Thieme Brown
- Conservation Watch: Robert E. Lee Park
- Field Trips
- Monthly Programs
- Book Announcement:Flora of Virginia
- Plant ID Quiz
- Volume 2 Issue 2 pdf, 1.2 MB)
- Celebrating the “Year of the Fern” Fern in Focus: New York Fern
- Also articles on:
- Book Review: Wild Urban Plants of the Northeast: A Field Guide by Peter Del Tredici
- New Book Among the Ancients by Joan Maloof
- Conservation Watch
- “From the Field” photo essays: Mattawoman Bottomlands and Pocono Platea
- Fall Field Botany Quiz
- Board of Directors Nominees
- Volume 2 Issue 1: (PDF, ~2.1 MB)
- Celebrating the “Year of the Fern”
- Fern in Focus
- Fern Shape & Structure
- Common Ferns of Maryland
- Also articles on:
- Common Blue Violet (Viola sororia Willd.)
- Conservation Watch
- “From the Field” essay
Marilandica, Spring 2008 (PDF, ~2,012 KB)
- Conservation Priorities and Selected Natural Communities of the Upper Anacostia Watershed. Roderick H. Simmons, John M. Parrish, Meghan D. Tice, Mark T. Strong
- MNPS Field Botany Update, Rod Simmons
- A Book Review, Walt Sonneville
Marilandica, Winter/Spring 2003 (PDF, ~735 KB)
- Native Plants of Maryland's Eastern Shore. Janet Earickson.
- MNPS Field Botany Updates. Roderick Simmons, John Parrish, Cris Fleming.
- Fall Line Magnolia Bogs of the Mid-Atlantic Region. Roderick Simmons and Mark Strong.
- A Really Sad Farewell!!! Unless.... Bob Grafton.
- Role of Native Plant Societies in Grassroots Conservation.. Stanwyn G. Shetler.
- MNPS Magnolia Bog Survey
- Addendum to "Native Woody Plants of Montgomery County". John Parrish.
Marilandica, Summer/Fall 2002 (PDF, ~4087 KB)
- Native Woody Plants of Montgomery County. John Mills Parrish. List of plants by family, botanical name, state rank/status, occurrence, and where found.
- MNPS Field Botany Updates. Rod Simmons, Cris Fleming, John Parrish, Jake Hughes. Summary of field surveys of flora at various sites in Maryland.
- In Search of Another Orchid Species. Joseph F. Metzger, Jr. Discoveries on a plant walk.
- Just Boil the Seeds. James MacDonald. Improving seed germination by first boiling seeds.
Marilandica, Winter/Spring 2002 (PDF, ~3209 KB)
- Winter Botanizing in Maryland. Meghan D. Tice. Plants that persist through the winter.
- Restoration of Forests: A Recommended Land Use for Disturbed Areas. W. R. Carter, III.
- MNPS Field Botany Updates. Rod Simmons, John Parrish, and Cris Fleming.
- No Place for Nature. Bob DeGroot.
- On Nature and Human Nature: One Naturalist's Thoughts on Development. Christine Maccabee.
In 2002, the MNPS decided to split the Marilandica into two: Marilandica, containing articles and survey information, and Native News, containing updates on activity around the state and upcoming event information.
Marilandica, Summer/Fall 2001 (PDF, ~1217 KB)
- A Trip to the Wetlands. Janet L. Earickson.
- Araby Bog: A Globally-Rare Magnolia Bog in Charles County, Maryland. Roderick H. Simmons and Mark T. Strong. Description of the bog and plant survey.
- MNPS Field Botany Updates.
Marilandica, Fall 2000 / Winter 2001 (PDF, ~894 KB)
- The Accokeek Creek Shell-Marl Ravine Forest. Brent Steury.
- MNPS Field Botany Updates. Rod Simmons.
- Easy Ferns for the Garden (All Native to Maryland). Joseph F. Metzger, Jr.
- Earthlings versus Aliens.
- Invasive Exotic Plant Update.
- Bull Briar Gelatin. Sam Jones
Marilandica, Summer/Fall 1999 (PDF, ~688 KB)
- Growing, Growing, Gone. Daniel A. Herms.
- MNPS Field Botany Updates. Roderick Simmons.
- My Experience with Invasive Exotic Plants. Marc Imlay.
- American Lotus Observed in Mattawoman Creek. James Long.
- Return of a Rare Species. Chris Lea.
- Flora and Atlas Committee Search. Joseph F. Metzger, Jr.
- The Orion Grassroots Network, Fire & Grit Conference, and Local Volunteer Opportunities. Nancy Adamson.
In Summer 1999, the newsletter was changed from Native News to Marilandica.