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0000: Today's Hortiscope: Leftover coffee in the coffeepot? Use it to water your acid-loving houseplants.
1521: Ferdinand Magellan arrived in Guam; his was the first European group to visit this island inhabited by the Chamorro, an advanced society skilled at fishing, hunting and horticulture.
1716: Pehr Kalm, Swedish botanist, was born in Angermanland, Sweden. He would botanize in Europe, Russia, and North America, and write the first scientific description of the Niagara Falls. The genus Kalmia is named for him.
1847: The first horticultural society in the southern U.S. was organized at Union Springs, Alabama.
1909: The University of the Philippines, Los Banos, was founded as the College of Agriculture by American botanist and agriculturist Edwin Copeland.
1918: The Commonwealth of Virginia adopted the Dogwood blossom (Cornus florida) as the official floral emblem.
1964: The red maple (Acer rubrum) was formally adopted as Rhode Island's state tree, nearly 60 years after it won a voting contest among the state's schoolchildren in the 1890s.