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William’s Wildflowers

publication date: Sep 1, 2017
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Sisters grow native perennials in Florida and New York

Annie Schiller and her sister, Rachel Andre-Schiller, could hardly have escaped lives dedicated to wildflowers. During their early childhoods and summers, their maternal grandfather William Keller led them through his gardens in Rensselaerville, New York, where he turned a pasture next to his home into a wildflower meadow. Grandpa Bill made a game of identifying wildflowers and would hand over $5 each time the girls could identify and describe five of them.

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