Chamaerops No. 1

Winter Edition 1990/91

An introduction to the European Palm Society, and a welcome from the editor

A Fan Palm For Palm Fans
Tobias Spanner of Germany gives an in-depth profile of Chamaerops humilis - the

European Fan Palm
Wild Encounters In The Sunshine State
Tony King's vacational reminiscences of indigenous palms in Florida and the Keys

Palms At Land's End
A visit to the south west corner of England and a surprising discovery, by Chris Arundel

Trekking On The Trachycarpus Trail
Martin Gibbons dons boots and backpack, and goes to northern India in search of Trachycarpus takil

Letter From America
Tamar Myers, our very own correspondent in the U.S.A., makes the first of her quarterly contributions

Variations On A Theme
Seen one Chusan Palm and you've seen them all? Not so, says The Netherlands' Wilko Karmelk

Branch Out Into Bromeliads
There's more to life than palm trees. Philip McErlean of Northern Ireland makes some exotic suggestions

Lettre De France
Alain Moinié writes from France's Cote d'Azur


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 What's New?
 New palm book
 Date: 24-05-2004

An Encyclopedia of Cultivated Palms
by Robert Lee Riffle, Paul Craft.
 New: Issue 48
 Date: 24-05-2004
Chamaerops 48
has been published in the Members Area.
 Archive complete!
 Date: 03-12-2002
All Chamaerops issues can now be found in the archive: More than 350 articles are on-line!
 Issues 13 to 16
 Date: 28-08-2002
Chamaerops mags 13, 14, 15 and 16 have been added to the members area. More than 250 articles are now online!
 42 as free pdf-file
 Date: 05-08-2002
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 Issues 17 to 20
 Date: 23-07-2002
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 Book List
 Date: 28-05-2001
Take a look at our brand new Book List edited by Carolyn Strudwick
 New Book
 Date: 25-01-2001
'Palmen in Mitteleuropa'
by Mario Stähler
This german book tells you all about how to cultivate your palms in Central Europe. more...