The Plantsman

March 2015

In this issue of The Plantsman we hear about winter survival of Agave, Patagonian alpines, the reintroduction of Carya cathayensis, Phytophthora in gardens, Hydrangea hunting in the Neotropics, cold injury and hardiness, honey-scented Euphorbia and their hybrid, the cooling effects of green roofs, and the plant life of British Overseas Territories. Additionally, the plantsperson biography is on Amy Doncaster.

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Mike Grant

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