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North American Rock Garden Society
... and gain access to lots of rock gardeners. Publications We have provided a review of some of the Rock Garden Quarterlies. Wholesale Books NARGS books for rock gardening enthusiasts. Harkness Seedlist Handbook ... Online ordering available. Library Books are lent to NARGS members for the cost of shipping. Rock Garden Plants of North America An anthology from our quarterly publication published as a ...
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NARGS: Rock and Alpine Gardens
... Rock Gardens' by Lewis Meredith, who gardened in County Wicklow, Ireland. Completed in 1913, but not published until six years later, Farrer's book The English Rock Garden became the bible of rock gardeners ... glories of European rock gardens, and partly because of the availability of numerous charming small plants native to the continent that are not alpines, most American rock gardeners wisely do ...
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NARGS Rock Garden Quarterly: Winter 1999
... Strelau. Here is your month-by-month description of how it goes with the Calgary rock gardeners, complete with lavish photographic illustrations. The authors' listing of their successes and "near-hits" ... note of familiarity with this reviewer. Not only are articles like this helpful for visiting gardeners who want to understand the local situation, but such articles also inspire and educate ...
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NARGS Rock Garden Quarterly: Winter 1998
... occasionally lose a bit of money over. The Plant Box: Rock Gardening on Level Land by Marnie Flook. Start-to-finish ... of these effects in your garden. Western Cascades: Geology for Rock Gardeners by Louise Parsons. Parsons provides the information you want in ... 's Own, writings of Elizabeth Lawrence Southern Alpines '96 Preserves: Rock grasses in the Bukk Bukk National Park in Hungary is described ...
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Rock Garden Quarterly: Summer 1996
... database is comprised of plants that grow 12" and under and are suitable for rock gardens. Rock gardeners will find it a useful resource when visiting nurseries or touring gardens as it ... maintain enthusiasm and, most importantly, available to gardeners across the continent. Geoffrey Charlesworth begins by asking many of the questions that arise for new rock gardeners (the answer to all of them ...
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NARGS Rock Garden Quarterly: Fall 1996
... gardeners will travel half way around the world to meet them, are, of course, part of the stuff of dreams for rock gardeners - add to these wildflowers from the Siskiyou region, a rare Lewisia and elegantly rendered ideas on rock garden design ... Mearns traveled to central Slovakia with a group of American rock gardeners where they were led by Dr. Peter Turis to see ...
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Scottish Rock Garden Club - >Journal Extracts
... Rock Garden Our twice yearly journal is one of the world's best publications for rock gardeners. Interesting, informative and illustrated in colour, it contains articles on all aspects of rock gardening and propagation of alpines, construction of rock gardens, plant ...
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Scottish Rock Garden Club - >Show Report
... present the trophy to Sandy. Tim is the 3rd generation of rock gardeners in the family, following his dad Keith. Class 1 Sandy Leven ... of Merit and Certificate of Preliminary Commendation from the RHS Joint Rock garden plant Committee. Gentiana 'Saltire' Ian also won the Peel Trophy ... the show report a picture of the new editor of the Rock Garden, Anton Edwards with Jean Wyllie Now the Peat garden ...
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Scottish Rock Garden Club - Group Newsletters Page
... Site To A Friend Edinburgh and Lothians Rock Garden Group Affiliated to the Scottish Rock Garden Club Newsletter, Autumn 2006 From the ... just as the first drops of rain started to fall. Rock gardeners are hardy souls so we persevered as Ian talked us ... At Gardening Scotland, Edinburgh Group members again helped man the Scottish Rock Garden Club stand and Edinburgh members Stella and David Rankin ...
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NARGS Rock Garden Quarterly: Summer 1998
... I learned that she was the one who first thought of forming a society for rock-gardeners, that she was the one who "discovered" Claude Barr, and that her nursery and writings ... caliber of which will certainly give you a good indication of her importance to gardeners, and especially rock-gardeners everywhere. By this article, our archivist Marnie Flook has given another valuable and inspiring ...
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