American Horticulturist - Abstracts

American Horticulturist
A back bay front yard.Home and gardenCarlock, Marty
A canopy for connoisseurs.(After the Storm)Home and gardenHayman, Michael
A cavalcade of critters. (garden pests)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
A comfort garden.Home and gardenCalabrese, Diane M.
A front-yard makeover.Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
A last resort. (shooting garden pests)Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
A learning solution. (gardens and students)Home and gardenWilliamson, Nikole
Aleutian shield fern. (endangered plant)Home and gardenWiesner, Mary Beth
A little light on nightshades. (solanums)Home and gardenHenning, Jack
All that glitters.... (invasive plants)Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
An escape from despair. (San Francisco's Garden Project)(Youth Gardening Symposium: Pasadena, California)Home and gardenWarren, Lucy
An experiment in Sweden. (landscape architecture at schools)(Youth Gardening Symposium: Pasadena, California)Home and gardenWarren, Lucy
A passion for pelargoniums.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
A pleasance for all. (gardening)Home and gardenChristie, Barbara Overton
A ranch retreat. (Planting the Future)Home and gardenWilliamson, Nikole
A vine of mystery and wonder. (the gourd)Home and gardenOde, Art
Barbarians at our gates. (hard to control wild plants)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Blame it on the pears. (The Urban Gardener)Home and gardenMinnich, Jeff
Born to be wild. (invasive plants and environmental pests)Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
Boxwood: little-known cultivars of this classic make it a versatile choice for any landscape.(includes related article about boxwood maintenance)Home and gardenBatdorf, Lynn R.
By plants possessed: when Richard Angino discovered gardening, he pulled out all the stops.Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
Caring for your carpus.Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
Championing the southeast. (native plants available from Woodlanders Inc.)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Classic composition. (one acre garden in Colorado)Home and gardenProctor, Rob
Crabapples. (choosing a crabapple tree)(includes related article on crabapple tree diseases)Home and gardenGreen, Thomas L.
Crossed palms. (palmettos in Brazoria County, Texas)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Devil in angel's petals. (poisonous Datura plants)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Discovering dieramas.Home and gardenBryan, John E.
Elixir of Echinacea.Home and gardenLocklear, James H.
El jefe de las plantas.Home and gardenMeldman, Margie
Fauna in my flora.Home and gardenOde, Art, Jr.
Fighting for phytotherapy.Home and gardenWilliamson, Nikole
Garden of eatin'. (subtropical fruit plants)(includes article on temperate ornamentals)Home and gardenRamirez, Alice L.
Gardens for Alzheimer's patients.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Great native graminoids. (grasses)(includes related article on Miscanthus and pampas)Home and gardenStiles, Shelly
Growing herbs with hydroponics. (The Urban Gardener)Home and gardenSkaggs, Kevin
Happy hunting. (mail-order plants, seeds and bulbs)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Hornet bite is bad for bark. (bark from ornamental trees)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Hoyas: if you equate them with something grandma grew, its time to broaden your horizons. (includes growing tips)Home and gardenBurton, Christine M.
Ignite the night: here's an incandescent addition to the perennial border.Home and gardenGeneve, Robert L.
In harmony with nature.Home and gardenTownsend, Hillary
Inspiring spireas.Home and gardenSchwartz, Terry
Isolated youth, complex issues. (loss of children's interest in nature)(Youth Gardening Symposium: Pasadena, California)Home and gardenWarren, Lucy
Landscapes with byte. (landscape design programs; includes information on data bases and journal programs for gardening) (Software Review)(Evaluation)Home and gardenWilliamson, Nikole
Learning to multiply: with some study and patience, you can propagate your own favorite natives.Home and gardenDevine, Richard
Legacy. (planting a garden in memory of mother)Home and gardenFrance, Joan
Lively clivias. (includes article on rare and expensive clivias)Home and gardenHuck, Terri J., Bryan, John E.
Lousewort, cursed but undammed.Home and gardenHuck, Terri J.
Magnolias: choose from large trees or small shrubs, flamboyant flowers or bashful blossoms.Home and gardenCallaway, Dorothy J.
Making peace with black walnuts.Home and gardenFuchs, Lucy
Maples for the midlands.Home and gardenPair, John
Mead's milkweed.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Monster. (world's largest flower)Home and gardenKlara, Robert
Mount Cuba: a botanical legacy. (Delaware garden)Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
Nohoanu. (Natives at Risk)Home and gardenWiesner, Mary Beth
Northern delights.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Northwestern nirvana. (the Forestfarm plant catalog)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Not your father's hazelnut: a retired Oldsmobile worker is trying to crack the West Coast monopoly on commercial nut growing.Home and gardenWynn, Kimberly
Our secret garden. (children and gardening)Home and gardenBecker, Jackie
Palms: palms inspire dreams of tropical getaways, but some are also practical for everyday landscapes.(includes related article about caring for palms)Home and gardenHodel, Donald R.
Philadelphia cream. (The Urban Gardener)Home and gardenWilliamson, Nikole
Plant societies.Home and gardenBurton, Christine M.
Prairie fringed orchids.Home and gardenWiesner, Mary Beth
Primrose Path well-trodden.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Radical association. (fungi and endangered forests)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Roger Tory Peterson: a birder looks to the ground.Home and gardenBrown, Lauren
Rooted in the city. (trees in urban environments)Home and gardenPeplinski, Jill M.
Scintillating scadoxus.Home and gardenBryan, John E.
Should you go to a pro? (landscape gardening)Home and gardenHart, Kerry
Solving a member's dilemma. (landscape gardening)Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
Sweet gum and the luna moth.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Taking root in cyberspace. (gardening information on the Internet; includes related articles)Home and gardenHuck, Terri J.
Texas wildflowers. (children and gardening)Home and gardenSpade, Annie
The aspen's Autumn alchemy.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
The cloak of the oak.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
Their piece of the rock ridge.(After the Storm)Home and gardenThornton, Linda
The legendary lotus: once established, this fascinating flower is also tough.Home and gardenDean, Molly, Creech, John
The pawpaw paradox: an enigmatic native tree emerges from obscurity.Home and gardenEllis, David J.
The reintroduction myth. (native plant species reintroduction)Home and gardenAllen, William H.
The war on Bambi. (deer damage in gardens)Home and gardenFisher, Kathleen
Tough shrubs.Home and gardenNold, Robert
Unwelcome vistas: a designer analyzes our dysfunctional suburban landscapes.Home and gardenCullen, Kathleen
Violets: the incredible shrinking violets can send you into olfactory overload.(includes article about successful caring for violets)Home and gardenMartin, Tovah
Weed them their rights. (invasive exotic weeds)Home and gardenEllis, David J.
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