The Alpine Garden of Mount Washington

Levin, T.
July 1991
Yankee;Jul91, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p48
Describes the Alpine Garden, found over a mile up the slopes of Mount Washington in New Hampshire. Views from meadow; Relentlessly brutal weather; Arctic-alpine zone; Animals found in Alpine Garden; Species of flowers, ferns and trees.


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