Tag: 2000

Bulletin – June 2000 – v67(06)

• California's Wildflower treasures, with Ron Parsons (June meeting) • South American plants for northern California gardens, with Warren Roberts, Superintendent, U.C. Davis Arboretum (July meeting) • Landscapes and Flora of Chile and Southern Argentina, with Dr. Robert Haller, Botanist, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (August meeting) • President's Letter, by Dr. Don Mahoney • Chelsea … Continue reading Bulletin – June 2000 – v67(06)

Bulletin – May 2000 – v67(05)

• Around the World in Quest of Botanical Treasures, with Barbara and John Hopper (May meeting; Annual Potluck Dinner) • California's Wildflower Treasures, with Ron Parsons (June meeting) • South American plants for northern California Gardens, with Warren Roberts, Superintendent, U.C. Davis Arboretum (July meeting) • President's Letter, by Dr. Don Mahoney • Hort Notes … Continue reading Bulletin – May 2000 – v67(05)

Bulletin – April 2000 – v67(04)

• Horticultural Conservation: The Preservation of special Forms, with Brett Hall, Manager, UC Santa Cruz Arboretum (April meeting) • Around the World in Quest of Botanical Treasures, with Barbara and John Hopper (May meeting; Annual Potluck Dinner) • California's Wildflower treasures, with Ron Parsons (June meeting) • President's Letter, by Dr. Don Mahoney • Horticultural … Continue reading Bulletin – April 2000 – v67(04)

Bulletin – March 2000 – v67(03)

Horticultural Exploration in Indonesia and the Philippines, with Bian Tan • Horticultural Conservation: The Preservation of special Forms, with Brett Hall, Manager, UC Santa Cruz Arboretum (April meeting) • 6th Annual Plant Sale • President's Letter, by Dr. Don Mahoney • Wayne Roderick's 80th! • Cal Hort Grants Program • Botanical Tours • Horticultural Calendar … Continue reading Bulletin – March 2000 – v67(03)

Plant Forum notes – March 2000

Plant Forum notes – March 2000

Myrtillocactus geometrizans - crested form Cactaceae Jack Halprin, San Francisco Jack also showed a new acquisition—a “crest or fasciated” form of Myrtillocactus geometrizans. Again perfectly grown, the “brain shaped” form was a bright blue and appeared thornless. This species which is fast growing in its normal club shape is often used by cactus growers in … Continue reading Plant Forum notes – March 2000

Plant Forum notes – January 2000

Plant Forum notes – January 2000

Narcissus bulbocodium × 'Taffeta','Nylon', & 'Jessamy' Amaryllidaceae Grown by Wayne Roderick, Orinda These three sister seedlings are virtually indistinguishable but all are easier to grow than Narcissus bulbocodium. All are "hoop petticoats" in grades of white to cream, blooming around the turn of the year. They multiply rapidly and last up to two-weeks in the … Continue reading Plant Forum notes – January 2000