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Newsletter_2012-10-01

to JackPine. MNH, 7:30 pm Tuesday March 5 “Yes, you can grow that from seed” Sharon Bryson and Bill Wilgenhof, from “The Willow Garden” in Marysvale near Antigonish, will highlight some of the plant forms they have grown from seed over the years. The wide assortment has a strong lean towards Rhododendrons and Azaleas,

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Newsletter_2013-05-01

to participate? As you will see in her photo essay, it is no small effort that she and Bill Wilgenhof expend on behalf of this program, so some feedback would be nice. ¤¤¤ The second message is that we have lots to look forward to: the May 4 pick-up in the new location for

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Newsletter_2013-02-01

welcome at meetings or events. Tuesday March 5 “Yes, you can grow that from seed” Sharon Bryson and Bill Wilgenhof, from “The Willow Garden” in Marysvale near Antigonish, will highlight some of the plant forms they have grown from seed over the years. The wide assortment has a strong lean towards Rhododendrons and Azaleas,

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ARHSNov2019 FINAL

garden landscapes featuring rhododendrons and other plants. Inside this Issue The President’s Column Deadheading Rhododendrons Don Wallace Remembering Bill Wilgenhoff A Seed Growing Primer Sharon Bryson A Conversation with Christopher Clarke Interview by John Brett Exbury Gardens 1919 – 2019 Lionel de Roths child Hartwig Schepker – Trends in Gardening with Rhodode ndrons in

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Newsletter_2016-02-01

(Tim Horton’s) 11:30 Garden #1: Mary MacLellan, #4430 Rte 245 Malignant Cove 12:30 Garden #2: Sharon Bryson and Bill Wilgenhof The Willow Garden, 407 Old Maryvale Road. Arrange in advance with Sharon if you wish to buy magnolias a nd other plants. 2:15 Buffet Lunch at the Prissy Pig, St. Andre ws St., Antigonish

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Feb07ARS

– Ruth Smith, Halifax, NS THE – Kristian Theqvist, Finland WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS February 2007 7 048 WIL schlippenbachii, pinker form 049 OST schlippenbachii, from Meagher’s pink form 050 CRE vaseyi, OP group Mary Henry Arboretum, PA 051 OST vaseyi, pink-lavender, good form 052 HYA

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Newsletter_2003-02-01

Halifax, NS, WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS, WEI – Barbara Weinz, W. Bath, Maine, USA, WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS Seed List 12 AtlanticRhodo 052 WIL “June Bride” *9 – pink 053 WIL mixed – all colours – free! 054 WIL mixed – from the late Alex Muntz – seed is old

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Newsletter_2012-02-01

Companion Plant section as well as the Azalea and Rhododendron sections. Hints for collecting seed are readily available. Bill and I are happy to assist when we can. Plant enthusiasts outside of our regional society have again made valuable contributions to our annual exchange. Our list this year seems a bit scanty in some

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Newsletter_2014-11-01

plants is also on his blogspot at : http://prairiebreak.blogspot.ca/p/blog – page_27.html Send good wishes and happy thoughts to Bill Wilgenhof and Sharon Bryson. Bill returned home to the Willow Garden on Nov. 6 after a number of weeks in hospital. Keep well, Bill. To our outgoing directors, we acknowledge the contributions each of you

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2019SeedExchange_packageformembers[2713]

2019 ARHS Seed Exchange Sharon Bryson … Seed Exchange Chair Welcome to the 2019 Seed Exchange for the Atlantic Rhododendron & Horticultural Society. Th e electronic approach to the Seed Exchange seems to work very well . The seed list and order form will go out to all those with email addresses. Once again we

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Oct2012ARS

to JackPine. MNH, 7:30 pm Tuesday March 5 “Yes, you can grow that from seed” Sharon Bryson and Bill Wilgenhof, from “The Willow Garden” in Marysvale near Antigonish, will highlight some of the plant forms they have grown from seed over the years. The wide assortment has a strong lean towards Rhododendrons and Azaleas,

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Feb06ARS

Kristian Theqvist, Finland WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WEI – Barbara Weinz, West Bath, ME WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS Rhododendron Species – Collected Wild – $2.50 001 NIE adenogynum cw 2002 Haba Shan, Yunnan, China 4100m 002 NIE clementinae cw 2002 Haba Shan, Yunnan, China 4000m 003 NIE fictolacteum cw 2002

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Feb2018ARHS

Shannik, Halifax, NS STE – Sheila Stevenson, Ferguson’s Cove, NS WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS 8 AtlanticRhodo 036 LOO (‘Sandra Hinton’ x ‘Golden Horseshoe’) x [‘Golden Horseshoe’ x {(‘R.O.Delp’ x ‘Sunsheen’) x (V6609 x ‘Fiery Orange) †7}] #4-17 037 LOO (‘Sandra Hinton’ x ‘Yellow Stone’) x (‘Gold

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Feb2012ARS

Companion Plant section as well as the Azalea and Rhododendron sections. Hints for collecting seed are readily available. Bill and I are happy to assist when we can. Plant enthusiasts outside of our regional society have again made valuable contributions to our annual exchange. Our list this year seems a bit scanty in some

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Feb2011ARS

of Events John Himmelman & Helga Guderley Boutliers Point, NS Mary Kingston Oakfield, NS Jane Kostek Halifax, NS Bill Mercier Shad Bay, NS Cathy Nolan Oakfield, NS Kari J. Venho Lempaala, Finland Cathy Watson Oakfield, NS ¤¤¤ A very warm welcome to our new and returning ARHS members who have joined since the October

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Feb2010ARS

Jersey, USA WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WEI – Barbara Weinz, West Bath, Maine, USA WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS WIH – Jim Willhite, West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA February 2010 042 CLY ‘Janet Blair’ x R. vernicosum, Rock#18139 ‘Kulu’ 043 WIH ‘Janet Blair’ x ‘Extraordinaire’ †18 044 WIH ‘Janet Blair’ x R.

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Feb09ARS

Theqvist, Finland WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WEI – Barbara Weinz, West Bath, Maine, USA WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS WIL – Jim Willhite, West Chester, Pennsylvania, USA ¤ 14 AtlanticRhodo 057 BIR ‘Norph’ x ‘Great Dane’ 058 BIR ‘Peggy’ x rex 059 THE ‘Pekka’ x sanguineum var. didymum, cp †8 060

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Feb08ARS

Sheila Stevenson, Ferguson’s Cove, NS THE – Kristian Theqvist, Finland WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS At the end of each Seed Exchange there are inevitab ly left-over seeds. We still have found no predictable or useful method to make good use of these seeds, but welcome sugges

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May06ARS

Hammonds Plains Karen Chabot Beaconsfield, QC Sue Dexter Dartmouth Gilbert Egamino Montague Gold Mines Gail MacGee Lower Sackville Bill Mercier Chester Ruth Ann Moger Boutiliers Point Fazal Rahman Bridgewater Lindo & Christopher Tyler Halifax A very warm welcome to our new and returning ARHS m embers who have joined since the February 2006 Newsletter

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Oct 2004 ARS Newsletter

is an expert grower of ferns; she owns Fancy Fronds, a fern nursery in Oregon. 2 November Meeting: Bill Wilgenhof and Sharon Bryson “Growing Rhododendrons from Seed” Bill and Sharon’s garden near Antigonish, “The Willow Garden”, is filled with rhodos in all stages of growth. They have been very generous, giving many seedlings to

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Newsletter_2011-02-01

of Events John Himmelman & Helga Guderley Boutliers Point, NS Mary Kingston Oakfield, NS Jane Kostek Halifax, NS Bill Mercier Shad Bay, NS Cathy Nolan Oakfield, NS Kari J. Venho Lempaala, Finland Cathy Watson Oakfield, NS ¤¤¤ A very warm welcome to our new and returning ARHS members who have joined since the October

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Newsletter_2015-02-01

– Kristian Theqvist, Finland WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WES – Dennis Weston, Dresden, ON WIL – Bill Wilgenhof, Antigonish, NS ¤ February 7 ARHS SPRING 2015 Pre -ordered PLANT SALE FOR MEMBERS The plant list and these instructions, compiled for us by Anitra Laycock and Wendy Cornwall, were sent out by Jean

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Newsletter_2015-11-01

is on the job to research options and costs in planning for our June 12, 2016 visit with Bill Wilgenhof and Sharon Bryson at the Willow Garden in Maryvale, Antigonish County. For that tour, we look forward to meeting up to 25 people from the Quebec Rhododendron Society who will be on day 3

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2017 ARHS SeedExchange Package

2017 ARHS Seed Exchange Sharon Bryson … Seed Exchange Chair Welcome to the 2017 Seed Exchange for the Atlantic Rhododendron & Horticultural Society. Th e electronic approach to the Seed Exchange seems to work very well . The seed list and order form will go out to all those with email addresses. A hard copy

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2016 SeedExchange_Package

2016 ARHS Seed Exchange Sharon Bryson … Seed Exchange Chair Welcome to the 2016 Seed Exchange for the Atlantic Rhododendron & Horticultural Society. Th e electronic approach to the Seed Exchange seems to work very well . The seed list and order form will go out to all those with email addresses. A hard copy

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AtlanticRhodo v 41 no 1 Feb 2017

Fergus on’s Cove, NS TRA – Arnold Trachenberg, Leonia, NJ WEA – John Weagle, Halifax, NS WIL – Bill Wil genhof, Antigonish, NS 8 AtlanticRhodo Rhododendron Hybrids – Hand-Pollinated -$2.00 044 DOI R. brachycarpum v. roseum x (R. haematodes x ‘Carmen’; Glendoick) 045 DOI ( R. brachycarpum v. roseum x R. didymium) x (

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2006 ARHS Members and Public Plant Sale

Atlantic Rhododendron & Horticultural Society Archived list of  plant descriptions from the 2006 May Plant Sale LEPIDOTE RHODODENDRONS R. ‘Anneke Plazek’ – [(carolinianum x white dauricum) x (white dauricum x white mucronulatum)] Large frilled flowers in ball-shaped trusses are pink in bud and open white with a pink flush. To 6′(1.8m) high x 5′(1.5m) wide in 15 years. Very hardy – buds to…Read more >

More Great Sites to Explore

Rhododendron Societies American Rhododendron Society District 1 – British Columbia Danish Chapter Dutch Rhododendron Society Mason-Dixon Chapter Mass. Chapter (great photo index) Niagara Rhododendron Species Foundation Toronto Rhodo Society Vancouver Rhododendron Society Victoria Rhododendron Society ARS list of all Rhodo Society Web Sites Gardens Annapolis Royal Historical Gardens Exbury GardenWeb Glendoick Gardens Kew Royal Botanic…Read more >

Captain Steele Tribute page

Thanks for helping us to remember and celebrate our friend and mentor, Captain Richard Steele, who passed away quietly March 14, 2010       THANK YOU, DICK STEELE. I was privileged to have had the opportunity to develop Pine Grove Park on the outskirts of Liverpool with Dick Steele. The goal was to grow…Read more >