The Plantsman

March 2011

Welcome. In this issue of The Plantsman Margareth Hop assesses Corylopsis, a genus that is often overlooked.  Additionally, a new series of plantsperson biographies kicks off with Maurice Mason.

This month's content

  • 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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