August in an Indiana Garden

Shirley Meneice
Sun, 21 Aug 2005 21:12:53 PDT
Welcome to the group, Lola.  I'm sure you will enjoy it and we will 
enjoy having you as a member.
       Shirley Meneice
Lola L Horwitz wrote:

>Hi All:    J.E. Shields' description of the many blooms in his Indiana
>garden has prompted me to introduce myself, recently joined through
>friendship with Arnold Trachtenberg.
>     I'm chairpersonof the Manhattan Chapter of NARGS (North American
>Rock Garden Society) and have mostly focused on alpines and small plants,
>but owning a small alpine house attached to a Brooklyn brownstone, I have
>greatly increased my collection of bulbs in recent years. Arisaemas,
>Arums, Trilliums, Eranthis, species tulips, Scadoxus, Gloriosa, and
>Allium are some of the genera that I grow and try to squeeze into my
>backyard, but am lucky enough to have a larger garden 2 hours upstate
>that begs for more of my attention. In any case, all the messages that I
>have ready in my mere 1 week's membership of pbs indicate that I have
>much to learn. 
>     I extend my invitation to all of you to attend the Eastern Winter
>Study Weekend that will be hosted by the Manhattan Chapter from Jan. 27th
>to Jan. 29th '06. Amongst many reasons to attend is the fact that pbs
>member John Lonsdale will be speaking on "Frits, Junos and Daphnes". The
>linked website will up up shortly at . Best, Lola Horwitz
>pbs mailing list

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