Summer Edition 2000, issue 39
|Twin Jubaeas frame the town
hall of Rivesaltes in the south of France.
Trees of Lake Geneva
by Nicolas Eracle, Route de Brent 30, 1817 Brent/Montreux, Switzerland
'A Life with Palms' would be a good alternative title for this excellent
article by Nicolas Eracle. From early beginnings to a fully-fledged
palm garden. Great stuff!
Cretan Date Palm
by Thomas Boeuf, Hauptstr. 6, 63796 Kahl am Main, Germany
Thomas Boeuf gets up close and personal with Phoenix theophrastii,
a brilliant newcomer to the hardy palm garden. My advice: get one
by Andrew Cartwright
Is there something that we can all do, even in a small way, to slow
the decline of some species of rare palm? Andrew Cartwright thinks
so in this thought provoking paper.
by Michael A.F. Carter, 52 Golden Avenue, West Kingston, N. East
Preston, Littlehampton, West Sussex BN16 1QX
Theres more to the Canary Islands than sun, sea and the Parrot
Park. Take a trip with Michael Carter, and bring your Palm
by Rev. Geoffrey F. Squire
These new palms are totally indestructible, need no water or feed,
will never grow too big, and will thrive in every climate, from
tropical to arctic. If all else fails, try one in your garden.
by Tony Walker, 16 Dunstall Road, London SW20 0HR, England
Update by Tony Walker on his exotic collection.
Garden in Provence
by Daniel Carle, Route de Modene 604, 84330 Caromb, France
Daniel Carle gives us a comprehensive look at the palms of his garden
in S.W. France, and lists successes and failures, providing inspiration
for us all.
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