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Volume 10

Part 1

March

Welcome. In this issue of The Plantsman Margareth Hop assesses Corylopsis, a genus that is often overlooked. We also hear about the RHS trial of spring-flowering Crocus, new pests of ornamentals that have arrived in the UK in the past 40 years, how plant ageing affects the propagation of older cultivars, recently introduced Mahonia and hybrids, and Acer grown for their flowers. Additionally, a new series of plantsperson biographies kicks off with Maurice Mason.
MIKE GRANT, Editor

  • An assessment of Corylopsis - Margareth Hop
  • Plant ageing and its effect on stem cuttings - Philip McMillan Browse
  • Spring-flowering Crocus on trial- Brian Mathew
  • An Actinidia identified - Björn Aldén
  • Charles Maries in Taiwan - Yen-pei Chen
  • Some recently established pests of ornamental plants - Andrew Halstead
  • Developments in Mahonia - Julian Shaw
  • Maples for flowers - Peter Gregory
  • James Atkins and his plants - E Charles Nelson
  • Maurice Mason - Brent Elliott

 

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