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Volume 79, Issue 3

Fall 2022


What’s in the Issue?

Letter from the Keeper of Living Collections

Being Green
By Michael S. Dosmann

Letters to the Editor

Notes from the Field

Matt Kaminsky finds nature and nurture in a hilltown apple orchard; Carol Reese recalls her family’s journey cultivating Asian Persimmons; Anna Maria Caballero shares the magic of nature with young learners in the arboretum.

Plant Portrait

Helwingia chinensis
By Andrew Gapinski

Features

COLLECTIONS IN PRACTICE

The Wild Hydrangeas of Mt. Cuba Center

By Sam Hoadley

TREE TIME

Pinus krempfii Does Battle

By Rob Nicholson

HISTORY OF LANDSCAPE

The Timber Culture Act

By Rosetta Elkin

ARNOLD SELECTS

Viburnum bracteatum ‘Crimson Gem’

By Tiffany Enzenbacher

Poetry

Two Poems: “Early” and “How the ground presses up”
By Jessica Fjeld

Propagations

GREEN CITIES

Public Gardens and the Livable City
By Donald A. Rakow, Megan Z. Gough, and Sharon A. Lee

SMALL WORLD

War and Horticulture in Ukraine
By Brendan Keegan

PERSONAL HISTORY

Among white pines, at the foot of them
By Éireann Lorsung

Season in Practice

Hardwood Cutting
By Sean Halloran


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