Mary Lou Gripshover and The American Gardener

March 22, 2011

Category: Societies and groups

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The contents of the March/April  2011 issue of The American Gardener were just announced.  Here is the first featured article:

Daffodils: Regional Proven Performers by Mary Lou Gripshover Experts from the American Daffodil Society share their recommendations for cultivars that will thrive in different regions of North America.

Lynn Hoffmann

5 responses to “Mary Lou Gripshover and The American Gardener”

  1. Becky Fox Matthews, Tennessee Becky Fox Matthews says:

    WOW!  My issue arrived yesterday, but I hadn't opened it until I saw your posting, Lynn.  Mary Lou, what a wonderful article!  SIX pages, lots of great color photos, sidebars on Growing Guidelines, Wister Winners, Bulb Sources, and Resources (ADS website and info and several recommended books).  If you don't belong to AHS and receive this magazine, go find it!


  2. Edith Godfrey says:

    Do you think that, after a reasonable period of time, The American Gardener would agree to having a .pdf or other link to this article from our ADS website?  I’m assuming that they own the copyright to the article, and not Mary Lou.

    Edie Godfrey

    Minnesota, just getting another 2-7” of the white wet stuff and temps 10 or more degrees below average, so it won’t melt anytime soon.

  3. Colleen Rourke says:

    I wrote an asked if I subscribe now, could my subscription start with Mary Lou’s issue, but haven’t heard back yet.  I used to subscribe, but got tired of them always featuring articles appropriate for zones warmer than Edie’s or mine.

    Colleen in NE Calif. where it is snowing so my Daffs will be the latest ever.  Today would have tied with the previous latest.

  4. Nancy Tackett, California Nancy Tackett says:

    This is a good question to ask Mary Lou next week, once she returns from chasing the elusive Narcissus species in Spain!

    Nancy Northern Calif, with high winds and occasional bucket dumping rain!

  5. Celia Jones says:

    If you go to the American Gardener website, you can order that issue for $8.

    Celia Jones

    Sent from my iPad