Wild Flowers For Your Garden
Helen Hull completed the book Wild Flowers For Your Garden in 1951 and it was published in 1952.
Helen was one of the most dynamic forces in the Garden Club of New Jersey and in National Council. She served as President of GCNJ in 1945 & 1946, she was immediately, elected National Council President in 1947 & 1948. Her great love for native wildflowers across our nation inspired her to write Wild Flowers For Your Garden. This book created an interest nation wide in protecting and preserving our wildflowers.
Mrs. Hull was a graduate of Vassar College. She was trained as a physicist and did research for two years while employed at the US Bureau of Standards. She married Dr. Lewis M. Hull and while developing her own garden in Boonton, NJ became actively involved in garden club work, which became her life's avocation. She was a Director of The American Horticultural Council. She received many awards including the medal of the National Garden Institute, "for making the GREATEST CONTRIBUTION to GARDENING In the UNITED STATES".