RGQ - Winter 2017/18

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- Susan J. Meades -

A tour through the botanical treasures of the Newfoundland Barrens

- Tim Walsh -

A description and history of the wide variety of beautiful troughs on display at the Memorial University Botanical Garden in Newfoundland, Canada.

- Todd Boland -

Burnt Cape is one of the botanically richest parts of Newfoundland, and this article takes us through the diverse plants to be found there.

- Anna Leggatt -

Reflecting on two trips to Yunnan, Anna recounts the incredible flora of one of the most diverse places in the world.

- Glenn Shapiro -

Glenn holds the National Collection of Hepaticas in the United Kingdom, and has a long history collecting and studying this underappreciated genus that is so desirable for shady rock gardens.

- April Frost -

A professional water feature designer and installer gives detailed instructions on creating a waterfall to complement your rock garden.

- Bob Nold -

Troughs and other containers are not just for tiny buns and alpines, conifers thrive there as well.

- Joseph Tychonievich -

Drawing on information, photos, and experience sent in by NARGS members, this article is the membership's combined wisdom on the many many different ways you can create a trough.