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Volume 79, Issue 2

June 2022


What’s in the Issue?

Letter from the Director

To Wander About
By William (Ned) Friedman

Letters to the Editor

Notes from the Field

Mary Meyer and Nick Kreevich explore the human side of hedges; Anthony Aiello and Peter J. Zale seek native trees to resist the stress of climate change; Bryan Connolly finds a new dogwood hybrid for New Jersey; Tim Boland and Elizabeth Thomas find a thriving stand of silky stewartia, resilient and vulnerable.

Plant Portrait

Rhododendron prunifolium
By Michael S. Dosmann

Features

HISTORY OF LANDSCAPE

Beatrix Farrand on Mount Desert Island

By Rodney Eason

HISTORY OF HORTICULTURE

The Transatlantic Arboretum in the Nineteenth Century

By Paul Elliott

VISUAL ESSAY

Drawn to the Edges

By Bobbi Angell

FAMILY TREE

What in the World is a Species?

By Michael J. Donoghue

Poetry

Lamb’s Ear
By Stephanie Burt

Propagations

TREE TIME

A New Way for the Norway Maple
By Ryan Contreras

IN REVIEW

What Clings to the Roots
By Matthew Battles

GREEN CITIES

Of Trees and the City
By Matthew Stephens

Season in Practice

Deadheading Lilacs
By Conor Guidarelli


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