Chamaerops No.33

Winter Edition1999

cover   Fredy Ruethemann's Swiss garden boasts, among other things the most tropical looking Trachycarpus fortunei.

Editorial

Parajubaea - Palms With Altitude
Imtiaz McDoom-Gafoor
An in-depth look at all the species in this exciting genus, slowly becoming more widely available

Sabal minor - Hardy Palms in Texas
Tony Cerbone
Buying palms in garden centres, we often tend to forget their roots, so to speak. Here we have the chance to see one of the hardiest palms, in the wild.

Pot Planting - The Saga Continues
Don Tollefson
An update on the most controversial issue to grace these pages.

Starting Out
Nick Sharp
Literally starting from scratch, Nick describes how he began with an empty plot and is transforming it into a tropical oasis....

Casa Amazonia
Fredy Ruethemann
Wow! The kind of exotic garden that most if us would kill for! Nice pics!

Letters

 

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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
Free Download! Chamaerops No. 42 can be downloaded for free to intruduce the new layout and size to our visitors
 Issues 17 to 20
 Date: 23-07-2002
Chamaerops mags 17, 18, 19 and 20 have been added to the members area. Now 218 articles online!
 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...