Chamaerops No. 4

Autumn Edition 1991

Editorial

Palm Day at Kew
Steve Swinscoe with a report of a wonderfully palmy day

Jubaea chilensis
Tobias Spanner profiles the Arnold Schwarzenegger of the palm world

How Hardy is Hardy?
Martin Gibbons, with everything you need to know about winter protection of palms, but were afraid to ask

Opuntia fragilis
Kjell Persson takes a look at the world's most northernmost cactus

New Temperate Palms
Inge Hoffmann goes on an expedition to Brazil, to look at new palms that should do well in temperate gardens

Musa basjoo
Angus White takes a detailed and sometimes amusing look at the hardy banana

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