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Abbeville, SC

Mysteries of a Mid-19th-Century Garden in, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Trinity Episcopal Church landscape in, 1989;VI.2:7

Abbot, John

Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

Abbott, Anne H.

correction, in the news, 2004;XIX.1:10

New Orleans annual meeting (2004) speaker, 2003;XVIII.4:8, 2004;XIX.2:12

in the news, 2000;XV.3:16

Abbott, Carlton S.

Biltmore annual meeting speaker, 1998;XIV.2:1

Blue Ridge Parkway and, 2013;XXVI.2:1

Abbott, Stanley W.

as Blue Ridge Parkway visionary planner, 2013;XXVI.2:1

Lynchburg annual meeting on, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Abbuehl, Edward

Blue Ridge Parkway and, 2013;XXVI.2:1

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center

annual meeting tours, 1994;X.2:8

Abe, Naoko

The Sakura Obsession: The Incredible Story of the Plant Hunter Who Saved Japan’s Cherry Blossoms (review), 2019;XXXII.4:7

Abercrombie, John

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

Ables, Robert L.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Abramsons' garden, Alexandria, VA

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Abt, Jeff

The Bluebonnet and the Fair Ladies of Texas, 2016;XXIX.1:11

“Documents: The Gardening Sentiments of an Early Texas Pioneer” (in print), 1991;VII.3:11

East Texas lumber town landscapes, circa 1900, 1993;IX.4:12

The gardening sentiments of an early Texas pioneer, 1989;VI.1:4

in the news, 2017;XXX.4:11

Texas State Ambassador’s Present “300 Years of Plants on the Move,” 2018;XXXI.4:11

Abt, Leabeth

“Documents: The Gardening Sentiments of an Early Texas Pioneer” (in print), 1991;VII.3:11

The gardening sentiments of an early Texas pioneer, 1989;VI.1:4

An Abundance of Flowers: More Great Flower Breeders of the Past (Taylor)

in print, 2018;XXXI.4:15

ACE Basin, near Charleston, SC

Charleston annual meeting tours, 2015;XXVIII.4:12, 2016;XXIX.2:1

Adam, John P.

as Auckland Garden History Society chair, 1992;IX.1:15

Adams, Bud, garden, Alexandria, VA

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Adams, Cathy

State Ambassadors Program and, 2017;XXX.3:10

Adams, Cathy and Tom, garden

Birmingham annual meeting tours, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Adams, Denise Wiles

American Home Landscapes: A Design Guide to Creating Period Styles (with Burchfield, in print), 2014;XXVII.2:7

on horticulture in Jefferson’s Day, 2004;XIX.2:10

in the news, 2001;XVI.3:13, 2012;XXV.1:6

Restoring American Gardens: An Encyclopedia of Heirloom Ornamental Plants, 1640-1940 (in print), 2003;XVIII.4:15

Restoring American Gardens: An Encyclopedia of Heirloom Ornamental Plants, 1640-1940 (review), 2004;XIX.1:15

Unearthing the Past, RSGL conference, 2005;XX.1:10, 2005;XX.2:10

Adams, John

Landscape Restoration at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, 2012;XXV.4:1

Adams, Robert Parker

Eudora Welty House Garden Opens to Public, 2004;XIX.1:10

Adams, Thomas

as Burnside, Hillsborough, NC gardener, 1995;XI.3:1

Adams, William Howard

Keeping Eden: A History of Gardening in America (in print) and, 1992;IX.1:13

Nature Perfected: Gardens through History (in print), 1992;IX.1:13

Adatto, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth, garden

New Orleans annual meeting tour, 2004;XIX.2:12

Addison, Joseph

Drayton Hall and the Michaux Connection, 2003;XVIII.2:1

Adkins, Barbara

Charleston annual meeting tours, 2016;XXIX.2:1

nominated to SGHS Board, 2021;XXXIV.1:2

Adkins, Barbara and Sonny, garden

Birmingham annual meeting tours, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Adler, Georgia

Eastern Shore, MD annual meeting and, 1996;XII.3:7

Affleck, Thomas

A Brief Landscape History of Baton Rouge, 2011;XXIV.3:1

on hedging, 1991;VII.4:11

as innovative nurseryman and garden writer in Texas, 1991;VIII.1:5

on lack of variety of trees and shrubs in Natchez, 1996;XII.4:1

Mrs. Balfour: An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

“The Old Texas Rose” newsletter on roses of, 1984;I.1:6

Perennial Garden Color for Texas and the South (Welch) on, 1989;V.4:5

Plants grown by Jacob Smith, 1844–1859 in Arkansas and, 1990;VI.4:3

roses of, 1991;VIII.1:7

roses of Natchez and, 1993;X.1:13

African-American Gardens and Yards in the Rural South (Westmacott)

Magnolia evolution and, 2002;XVII.4:5

in print, 1993;IX.3:14

African Americans. See also slavery and enslaved people

Anne Spencer’s garden, 2005;XX.1:7

Anne Spencer’s Garden Restoration Continues, 2018;XXXI.3:6

Cherokee Garden Library collections representing, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Clermont Lee, (1914-2006) and, 2014;XXVII.2:1

colonial Williamsburg landscape and, 1994;X.4:1

contemporary, historical roots and traditions of gardens in southern piedmont of, 1988;IV.3:12

Daffodils in Cemeteries and, 2003;XVIII.2:7

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

David Williston: First Negro Landscape Architect, 2017;XXX.3:5

Feeding the American South, RSGL conference, 2013;XXVI.1:11

gardens and yards in the rural South of, 1992;VIII.4:1

gardens in the ante-bellum and reconstruction eras in Georgia, research on, 1988;IV.3:12

Hidden Town Project, Old Salem, 2019;XXXII.3:1, 2021;XXXIII.3:16

Landscape, Race, and Culture, RSGL conference, 2019;XXXII.2:12

landscape symposium at North Carolina A&T University, 1995;XI.4:5

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7

as Melrose estate caretakers, Natchez, 1994;X.2:7

Oakland Cemetery’s Early Landscapes and, 2018;XXXI.1:6

Old City Cemetery, Lynchburg, VA and, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Places for the Spirit (Sills, in print), 2011;XXIV.3:10

Porcher and Charleston hospital for (1855), 2004;XIX.1:7

The Promised Land site near Centerville, Georgia and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Roots House, Falmouth, VA and, 2015;XXVIII.1:7

rural Southern, Westmacott’s study of traditional yards and gardens of, 1991;VIII.2:7

School Gardening in Virginia, 1898-1948, Preliminary Research results, 2006;XX.3:10

Second Anne Spencer Garden Restoration, 2010;XXIII.1:11

The Southern Vernacular Landscape, RSGL conference on, 1991;VII.4:7

as Thompson Lumber Co. employees, Willard, TX, circa 1900, 1993;IX.4:12

women, as gardeners, RSGL conference on, 1995;XII.1:1

African legacy in American landscape

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7

Afton Villa, LA

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2011;XXIV.3:7

Southern Garden Symposium in, 1991;VIII.1:2

St. Francisville, LA annual meeting tours, 1990;VII.2:8, 1991;VII.4:1

Agecroft Hall, Richmond, VA

annual meeting tours, 1994;X.2:8

Agnes Scott College

as Draper landscape architecture client, 1986;III.1:6

The Agricultural History Newsletter

subscription information, 1991;VIII.1:11

Agricultural Resources of Georgia

on early tea cultivation in America, 1993;IX.2:10

Aguar, Charles E.

Earle S. Draper documentary and, 1986;III.1:6

Ahles, H. E.

Manual of the Vascular Flora of the Carolinas (with Radford and Bell), 1994;X.3:5

Ailanthus altissima

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

Ainsley Hall House, Columbia, SC

Historic Columbia’s management of, 2022;XXXIV.3:1

Aivaliotis, Basil

on Adina de Zavala’s roses, 2004;XIX.3:1

Alabama. See also Birmingham, AL

Battle-Friedman house garden update, 1988;IV.3:8

“Decorative Plants Around Historic Alabama Homes” (Orr), 1985;II.1:5, 1985;II.2:1, 1988;IV.4:3

garden history exhibit, 1986;II.3:4

The gardens and yards of African-Americans in the rural South, 1992;VIII.4:1

The landscapes of southern Alabama’s gulf coast, 1995;XI.4:1

news from state Magnolia editor, 1987;III.3:5

nineteenth century nursery catalogues from, 1988;IV.3:8

Olmsted in the Antebellum South, 2006;XX.4:1

“Ornamental Plantings in Eufaula” (Orr), 1985;II.1:5, 1985;II.2:1

roses in, still in cultivation (Stritikus list), 1988;IV.4:3

state Magnolia editor for, 1987;IV.1:14, 1987;IV.2:11, 1989;V.4:7, 1990;VII.2:15

Alabama Cooperative Extension Service. See also Stritikus, George R.

Magnolia evolution and, 2002;XVII.4:5

Alabama Heritage

publication by University of Alabama announced, 1987;III.3:5

“Stepping into the Past: The Story of the Battle-Friedman Garden” (Stritikus), 1987;IV.1:3

“Alabama Landscapes” (Stritikus list)

in print, 1986;III.2:4

The Alabama Review

“Decorative Plants Around Historic Alabama Homes” (Orr), 1985;II.2:1

“Ornamental Plantings in Eufaula” (Orr), 1985;II.2:1

Albemarle Garden Club, VA

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

Albemarle Pippin (apple)

Pharsalia: Former Virginia Plantation, 2013;XXVI.1:1

Aldridge, Edgar Gaines “Eddie”

Snowflake’ Hydrangea and Aldridge Gardens, 2018;XXXI.4:7

Aldridge, Loren

Aldridge Gardens and, 2018;XXXI.4:7

A Legacy in Bloom: Celebrating a Century of Gardens at the Cummer (Tankard)

review, 2009;XXII.4:11

Alexander, Robert

Lexington annual meeting tours, 2017;XXX.2:6

Alexander, William E. “Bill”

Biltmore annual meeting and, 1997;XIII.1:12, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.2:1

Biltmore Nursery: A Botanical Legacy (in print), 2007;XXI.1:15

Fall Board meeting, 1998;XIII.4:5

The gardens at Biltmore Estate–restoration of the historic landscape, 1998;XIV.2:4

Olmsted in the South (RSGL conference speaker), 2003;XVIII.3:1, 2003;XVIII.4:10

Alexandria, VA

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Alford, Catherine

Miss Ella’s place: restoring the common landscape of Texas and, 1988;V.1:9

Alfred, Darrin

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Alfrey, Nicholas

Art of the Garden: The Garden in British Art, 1800 to the Present Day (with Daniels and Postle, eds. review), 2004;XIX.4:12

Alger, Russell

Ellen Shipman Garden and, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

Alice Boyle Garden Center, Sumter, SC

Julia Lester Dillon and, 2001;XVI.3:1

Allaback, Sarah

Warren H. Manning: Landscape Architect and Environmental Planner (with Karson and Brown, eds., review), 2017;XXX.4:9

Allan, Mrs. Ivan, Jr.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Allen, Arthur, I

Archaeological excavation of the garden at Bacon’s Castle, Surry County, VA, 1988;V.2:1

Allen, C. E.

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Allen, Charles M.

Baton Rouge annual meeting speaker, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Allen, C. L.

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Allen, Doug

Atlanta annual meeting speaker, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Allen, Kathy

Moonlight Garden at Edison & Ford Winter Estates, 2006;XX.4:13

Allen, Louise Richardson

Atlanta annual meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Landscape and Gardening Tradition in Georgia (1733–1983) and, 1983;HTI.2:1

in the news, 1996;XII.3:12

Allen Lacy’s Homeground (newsletter)

subscription information, 1993;IX.3:15, 1993;IX.4:15

Alliance for Historic Landscape Preservation

Call for Papers for annual meeting 2007, 2006;XX.4:19

Historic Texas Landscapes survey and, 1998;XIV.2:5

Middleton Place, Charleston, SC conference, 1994;X.4:9

Allison, Samuel Perkins

Olmsted in the Antebellum South, 2006;XX.4:1

All the Presidents’ Gardens: Madison’s Cabbages to Kennedy’s Roses | How the White House Grounds Have Grown with America (McDowell)

in print, 2016;XXIX.3:13

Alma Plantation, Louisiana

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Als, Hilton

Places for the Spirit (Sills, in print), 2011;XXIV.3:10

Alves, Mary

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

Amaryllidacea

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

Amedee, Wayne

Preservation Project Status to New Orleans’ Longue Vue House & Gardens, 2007;XXI.1:10

American Architectural Foundation

Biltmore Estate and, 1994;XI.2:8

American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta (AABGA)

NetGuide update, 2004;XIX.2:11

Networking Guide to Historic Landscape Resources, 2003;XVIII.4:9

American Botanical Paintings: Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic (Driggers, ed.)

in print, 2014;XXVII.2:7

American Camellia Society

Arthur Solomon – Camellia Pioneer, 2013;XXVI.3:4

A Personal Plea for Camellia Preservation, 2015;XXVIII.3:7

American Cemetery

Natchitoches, LA annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXV.1:2

American chestnut

Biltmore annual meeting on, 1998;XIV.2:1

return of, 2008;XXII.2:8

update on return of, 2022;XXXV.1:14

American Cottage Gardens

Vol. 46, SGHS member articles in, 1990;VII.2:15

American Cotton Planter

on azaleas in the antebellum landscape., 1992;IX.1:12

American Council for Plant Preservation

formation of, 1992;VIII.3:11

American Daffodil Society

The Arcadian Gardener, 2015;XXVIII.2:6

on Daffodils in Cemeteries, 2003;XVIII.2:7

The American Eagle

Nehrling’s weekly column in, 1999;XIV.4:1

American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic (Johnson)

in print, 2018;XXXI.3:14

The American Flower Garden Directory (Buist, 1832)

New Orleans Town Gardeners garden library and, 1987;IV.1:9

American Frontier Culture Museum, Staunton, VA

landscape possibilities at, 1994;X.2:1

American Gardener’s Calendar (McMahon)

1804, in Gov. Stone’s library, Hope Plantation, NC and, 1988;V.2:4

1806, facsimile in print, 1990;VII.1:15

1828, 7th ed., New Orleans Town Gardeners garden library and, 1987;IV.1:9

1828, The painted ladies: flower gardening at Monticello, 1987;IV.2:3

American Gardening Magazine

A Personal Plea for Camellia Preservation, 2015;XXVIII.3:7

American Gardens, 1890–1930 (Watters, ed.)

review, 2007;XXI.1:11

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius)

sculpture, Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

The American Herbal (Stearns, 1801)

in Woodburn collection at Cherokee Garden Library, 1990;VI.3:3, 1991;VII.3:8

American Home Landscapes: A Design Guide to Creating Period Styles (Adams and Burchfield)

in print, 2014;XXVII.2:7

American Horticultural Society (AHS)

annual meeting fall 1985, 1985;II.1:5

award to Norton, 2006;XX.3:11

award to Symmes, 1989;V.4:5

National Garden Communication Award to Welch, 2009;XXII.4:16

American Household Botany: A History of Useful Plants 1620-1900 (Sumner)

in print, 2004;XIX.4:15

American Iris Society Bulletin

Stan Gray at Coastal Georgia Botanical Garden and, 2022;XXXIV.3:7

American Landscape Architecture: Designers and Places (Tishler, ed.)

in print, 1989;V.4:2

American landscape history. See also garden history canon

English garden history compared with, 1997;XIII.3:5

introductory, Howett on need for, 1986;II.4:1

American Livestock Breeds Conservancy (ALBC)

Feeding the American South, RSGL conference, 2013;XXVI.2:10

American Lumberman

Thompson Lumber Co., East Texas photographs for, 1993;IX.4:12

American Philosophical Society

Bartram 300 symposium and, 1998;XIV.2:7

American Pomological Society

tracking Pomaria fruit trees distribution by, 1993;X.1:1

American Roots

exhibition at Painshill Park, England, 2010;XXIII.4:1

American Society of Landscape Architects

Arkansas chapter meeting, Little Rock, 1986;II.3:5

Award of Merit in S. Carolina to Dargans, 1989;V.3:4

Clermont Lee, (1914-2006) and, 2014;XXVII.2:1

HALS progress and, 2004;XIX.3:15

Olmsted in the South, RSGL conference, 2003;XVIII.3:1

preserving Charleston’s landscape legacy, 2004;XIX.4:9

Amos, Wayne

annual business meeting, 2006;XX.3:4, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2009;XXII.4:8

Fall Board meeting, 2006;XX.4:15

Fredericksburg annual meeting planning, 2003;XVIII.4:2

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Mount Vernon annual meeting coordinator, 2010;XXIII.3:6

Spring Board meeting, 2007;XXI.2:14

Andersen, Phyllis

Wave Hill landscape preservation symposium and, 1998;XIV.3:10

Anderson, George W.

bulbs at Mountain Shoals, SC and, 1838 to the present, 2011;XXIV.1:1

Anderson, Jody

International Heritage Rose Conference, Charleston, 2001;XVII.2:8

Anderson, Mike

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Anderson, Mrs. Bailey

Weeping March Flowers for Bynum from, 1995;XI.3:12

Anderson, Nancy Narcissa Nesbitt

bulbs at Mountain Shoals, SC and, 1838 to the present, 2011;XXIV.1:1

Anderson, Patsy

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Anderson, Robert

Oktober Gartenfest in Winedale, Texas, 2000;XVI.2:8

Anderson, Taimi T.

Ellen Biddle Shipman symposium and, 1998;XIV.1:12

Anderson, William D., Jr.

Natural History Investigations in South Carolina from Colonial Times to the Present (with Sanders, in print), 2000;XV.3:15

Anderson House, Washington, DC

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 1989;VI.2:1

Andonian, Raffi E.

student scholarship, 2011;XXIV.3:11

Andre Michaux in North America: Journals & Letters, 1785-1797 (Williams, Norman and Taylor, eds.,)

review, 2020;XXXIII.2:10

and resurrection lily

A Sultry Southern Heirloom, Japanese Macabre and, 2022;XXXV.1:1

Andrews, Mabel Y.

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Angell, Ellen Shipman

Ellen Shipman Garden Photography Collection and, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

“The Anglo-Dutch Garden in the Age of William and Mary” (Hunt and de Jong, 1988)

The Sage & Rosemary Tree, 2000;XVI.1:10

Ankjaer-Jensen, Beate

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

annual meeting 2000 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

appointed Head Gardener of Belmont, 2000;XVI.1:11

Belmont, the Gari Melchers Estate and Memorial Gallery, 2000;XVI.1:12

Creating a Wildlife Oasis at Belmont, 2010;XXIII.3:1

Dinosaurs in the Garden at Belmont, 2016;XXIX.1:9

Fredericksburg, VA annual meeting, 2005;XX.1:12

Fredericksburg annual meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:14, 2003;XVIII.4:2, 2004;XIX.3:10

Fredericksburg’s Free-Lance Star on Belmont’s woodland trail and, 2010;XXIII.2:14

Fredericksburg’s The Free Lance-Star on Belmont’s meadow and, 2008;XXII.1:15

Higgins’ Washington Post article on pruning and, 2004;XIX.1:12

Historic Fredericksburg Foundation on Belmont preservation and, 2003;XVIII.3:13

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting tours, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Landscape Restoration at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, 2012;XXV.4:1

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7, 2015;XXVIII.4:5

on Monticello’s Caracalla Bean, 2018;XXXI.3:11

New Bern, NC annual meeting, 2001;XVI.4:14

Piedmont Virginian article by, 2017;XXX.1:11

retirement, 2019;XXXII.3:14

Roots House: Historic Workers’ Cottage and Landscape Saved in Falmouth, VA, 2015;XXVIII.1:7

Turf Magazine article on work of, 2011;XXIV.2:11

“Virginia Home Grown” (PBS series) on, 2011;XXIV.4:11

Annapolis, MD

annual meeting (1985), 1984;I.1:4, 1985;I.2:1, 1985;I.3:2, 1985;II.2:4, 2002;XVII.4:3

annual meeting (2007), 2006;XX.3:4, 2006;XX.4:15, 2007;XXI.1:1, 2007;XXI.2:8

Charles Carroll House gardens, 1993;IX.2:1

The Diary of William Faris: The Daily Life of an Annapolis Silversmith (Letzer and Russo, eds., in print), 2004;XIX.1:13

Farewell to Last Liberty Tree, 1999;XV.2:11

Garden of William Faris, 2006;XX.4:12

historic preservation in, 1986;II.4:6

Preserving 20th-century gardens, annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:1

A Southern Plant List, 1999;XV.1:15

annual business meetings

1986 (Spring), 1986;II.4:1, 1986;II.4:9

1987 (Summer), 1986;III.2:2

1998 (Spring), 1998;XIV.2:6

2003 (Spring), 2003;XVIII.3:15

2007 (Spring), 2007;XXI.2:14

2008 (Spring), 2008;XXI.4:14

2009 (Summer), 2009;XXII.4:8

2011 (Spring), 2011;XXIV.3:5

2012 (Summer), 2012;XXV.3:8

2018 (Spring), 2018;XXXI.1:5

annual meetings

Annapolis, MD (1985), 1984;I.1:4, 1985;I.2:1, 1985;I.3:2, 1985;II.2:4, 2002;XVII.4:3

Annapolis, MD (2007), 2006;XX.3:4, 2006;XX.4:15, 2007;XXI.1:1, 2007;XXI.2:8

Athens, GA (2008), 2002;XVIII.1:12, 2006;XX.4:16, 2007;XXI.1:3, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2007;XXI.3:5

Atlanta, GA (1983), 1983;HTI.1:1, 1983;HTI.2:1

Atlanta, GA (2003), 2001;XVII.2:7, 2003;XVIII.3:4, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Baton Rouge, LA (2011), 2008;XXI.4:15, 2010;XXIII.2:8, 2010;XXIII.4:8, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Biltmore Estate, Asheville, NC (1998), 1994;XI.2:8, 1996;XII.3:6, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.2:1, 2008;XXII.2:8

Birmingham, AL, 2019;XXXII.2:6

bylaws on, 1986;III.2:2, 1987;III.3:2, 1993;IX.3:9

Camden, SC (2009), 2006;XX.3:4, 2006;XX.4:15, 2006;XX.4:16, 2007;XXI.1:3, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2008;XXI.4:15, 2009;XXII.3:1

Charleston, SC (1992), 1990;VII.2:8, 1991;VIII.1:9, 1991;VIII.2:1, 1992;VIII.3:1, 1992;VIII.4:12

Charleston, SC (2016), 2015;XXVIII.4:12, 2016;XXIX.2:1

Eastern Shore, MD (1996), 1994;X.2:10, 1994;X.4:6, 1994;XI.2:9, 1996;XII.2:12, 1996;XII.3:6, 1996;XII.3:7

Fitzpatrick and Brown with Jansma’s research on J. M. J. Smith and, 1990;VI.4:1

Fort Myers, FL (2012), 2011;XXIV.1:10, 2011;XXIV.2:8

Fort Worth, TX (2006), 2004;XIX.3:11, 2005;XX.1:15, 2005;XX.2:9, 2006;XX.3:7

Fredericksburg, VA (2005), 2004;XIX.3:10, 2004;XIX.3:11, 2004;XIX.4:1, 2005;XX.1:12

Houston, TX (1999), 1997;XIII.1:12, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.2:6, 1998;XIV.3:1, 1998;XIV.3:8, 1999;XIV.4:6, 1999;XV.1:12

Jacksonville, FL (2018), 2017;XXX.2:6, 2017;XXX.4:7

Knoxville possibility, 2008;XXI.4:15

Lexington, KY (2017), 2016;XXIX.3:7, 2017;XXX.2:6

Lynchburg, VA (2013), 2011;XXIV.2:8, 2012;XXV.4:6, 2013;XXVI.1:7

Mobile, AL (1995), 1992;VIII.4:2, 1994;X.2:10, 1994;X.4:6, 1994;XI.2:8, 1994;XI.2:9, 1995;XI.4:1

Montgomery, AL (1986), 1985;II.1:1, 1985;II.1:2, 1985;II.2:1, 1986;II.3:4, 1986;II.4:9

Monticello, Charlottesville, VA (1987), 1986;II.4:5, 1986;III.2:3, 1987;III.3:3, 1987;IV.1:1, 1987;IV.2:1

Mount Vernon, VA (1990), 1989;VI.1:11, 1989;VI.2:1, 1990;VI.3:1, 1990;VII.1:4, 2000;XV.4:10

Mount Vernon, VA (2000), 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.2:6, 1998;XIV.3:10, 1999;XV.1:14, 1999;XV.2:11, 2000;XV.4:10

Mount Vernon, VA (2010), 2007;XXI.1:3, 2008;XXI.4:15, 2010;XXIII.1:10

Mount Vernon, VA (2021), 2020;XXXIII.2:2, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Mount Vernon, VA (2022), 2021;XXXIV.1:2, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Nashville, TN (1988), 1987;IV.1:2, 1987;IV.2:2, 1988;IV.3:1

Nashville, TN(2015), 2015;XXVIII.2:1

Natchez, MS (1984), 1983;HTI.2:2, 1983;HTI.3:1, 1984;I.1:6

Natchez, MS (2002), 1998;XIV.3:10, 1999;XV.1:14, 2001;XVII.1:1

Natchitoches, LA (2023), 2022;XXXV.1:2

New Orleans, LA (2004), 2003;XVIII.3:15, 2003;XVIII.4:8, 2004;XIX.2:12

procedures manual for, 1991;VII.4:5

Richmond, VA (2012), 2012;XXV.1:8, 2012;XXV.2:6, 2012;XXV.3:8

Savannah, GA (1989), 1988;V.2:3, 1989;V.3:1, 1989;VI.1:1

Savannah, GA (2014), 2011;XXIV.2:8, 2013;XXVI.2:11, 2014;XXVII.1:9

site suggestions welcome for, 1987;IV.2:2

St. Francisville, LA (1991), 1990;VII.1:16, 1990;VII.2:8, 1991;VII.4:1

summary of locations, events, and organizers, 2002;XVII.4:8

Tallahassee, FL (1997), 1994;XI.2:9, 1996;XII.4:6, 1997;XIII.2:5

tenth anniversary retrospective exhibit of, 1992;VIII.3:1

Tryon Palace, New Bern, NC (2001), 1998;XIV.2:6, 1998;XIV.3:10, 2000;XVI.2:7, 2001;XVI.4:14

Washington/Fayette Counties, TX (1993), 1991;VIII.2:2, 1992;VIII.4:2, 1993;IX.2:14, 1993;IX.4:9

Williamsburg, VA (1994), 1992;VIII.4:2, 1994;X.2:8, 1994;X.4:1

Antholyza

The LeConte Botanic Garden, GA, 2016;XXIX.3:1

Antique Flowers, a Guide to Using Old Fashioned Species in Contemporary Gardens (Whiteside)

in print, 1988;V.2:3

Antique Plant Newsletter (Tucker)

Gardening for Pleasure in the South, 1989;VI.2:2

in print, 1989;VI.1:2

Antique Rose Emporium

annual meeting tours, 1993;IX.2:14, 1998;XIV.3:8

business expansion into Georgia, 1994;X.3:12

Catalogue for 1986–87, 1987;IV.1:3

Proceedings of the 9th International Heritage Rose Conference (in print), 2002;XVIII.1:15

retail and garden center opening, 1986;II.3:3

SGHS photos (1982–2002), 2002;XVII.4:9

Antique Roses for the South (Welch)

in print, 2007;XXI.2:18

review, 2004;XIX.4:15

Apperson, Bill

on Gloucester hickory, 2003;XVIII.2:12

Apple, Mary Audrey

Returning to Our Roots (RSGL conference speaker), 2009;XXII.4:1, 2010;XXIII.1:9

apples

Affleck’s writing on, 1991;VIII.1:5

“The Benton County Horticultural Society: Its Cultural Role” (Jansma), 1986;III.1:7

The Civil War Diary of Catherine Ann Devereux Edmondston, 2013;XXVI.4:1

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.4:5

Pharsalia: Former Virginia Plantation, 2013;XXVI.1:1

Southern, a history of, 1992;IX.1:1

Southern Heirloom Apple Tree Project, 2015;XXVIII.2:7

“Taking Root:” The Summer Brothers and the History of Pomaria Nursery (exhibition), 2014;XXVII.2:8

The Taliaferro Cider Apple, 2018;XXXI.1:10

Apples of North America: Exceptional Varieties for Gardeners, Growers, and Cooks (Burford)

in print, 2013;XXVI.3:10

review, 2013;XXVI.4:8

Tom Burford Memorial Dedication, 2022;XXXV.1:19

Appling, Dell

in swept yard of, 1992;VIII.4:1

Arai, Saburo

Country Place era in Houston and, 1993;IX.4:1

Arboretum et Fruticetum Britannicum; or The Trees and Shrubs of Britain (Loudon)

Mrs. Balfour: An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

Arborocideaphobia

“The Challenge of Managing Historic Landscapes and Gardens” (Loth), trees, 2012;XXV.3:9

Arbustrum Americanum (Marshall, 1735)

in Woodburn collection at Cherokee Garden Library, 1990;VI.3:3, 1991;VII.3:8

The Arcadian Gardener

Grant on lilies, 2016;XXIX.2:6

Grant on Narcissus, 2015;XXVIII.2:6

Grant on writing of, 2014;XXVII.4:11

archaeology

in Annapolis, annual meeting on, 2007;XXI.2:1, 2007;XXI.2:8

in Annapolis, the eighteenth-century gardens of, 2007;XXI.1:1

in Annapolis, William Paca’s way of gardening and, 1988;IV.4:3

Bacon’s Castle garden excavation, Surry County, VA, 1988;V.2:1

at Bethabara, NC, 1989;VI.2:2

of Blennerhassetts’ gardens, WV, 1996;XII.4:10

of buried gardens and landscapes, Yentsch newsletter on, 1992;VIII.4:14

Carnton Plantation, TN, 2015;XXVIII.1:1

in Carroll garden, Annapolis, 1993;IX.2:1

The DeRosset Garden of Wilmington, NC, 1990;VI.3:5

dig at Bethabara site of 1759 vegetable garden, 1988;V.1:2

at Drayton Hall, SC, 1992;VIII.4:12

George Washington’s Upper Garden and, 2010;XXIII.2:1

at John Custis’ Williamsburg property, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Landscape Restoration at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, 2012;XXV.4:1

at LeConte-Woodmanston garden, 1986;III.1:3

Lynchburg annual meeting tour of Poplar Forest, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Magnolia Plantation, SC and, 2015;XXVIII.3:1

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

Mount Vernon annual meeting on, 2010;XXIII.1:10, 2010;XXIII.3:6

Native American women gardeners and, RSGL conference on, 1995;XII.1:1

Old Salem’s Hidden Town Project and, 2019;XXXII.3:1

at Rosemont Plantation, 1993;IX.3:1

The Southern Vernacular Landscape, RSGL conference on African Americans and, 1991;VII.4:7

St. George Tucker’s buried landscape, rediscovered, 1996;XII.2:1

at Stratford Hall, 2014;XXVII.3:11

Stratford Hall garden, early restoration revisited, 2020;XXXIII.1:1

Stratford Hall grounds and garden restoration and, 2004;XIX.4:1

Stratford Hall Plantation gardens, 1989;VI.2:5

Tryon Palace gardens plan and, 1998;XIV.1:1

Unearthing the Past, RSGL conference, 2005;XX.2:10

Williamsburg’s eighteenth century appearance and, 1994;X.4:3

Archer, Phil

Gardening in a Golden Age, RSGL conference chair, 2017;XXX.2:1

A New World, RSGL conference co-chair, 2011;XXIV.4:6

Returning to Our Roots, RSGL conference, 2010;XXIII.1:9

The Architecture of Country Houses (Downing)

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

The Architecture of Rowan County (Hood)

publication (1983), 1994;XI.2:11

The Architecture of Trees (Leonardi and Stagi)

in print, 2020;XXXIII.2:15

The Architecture of Warren County, North Carolina, 1770s to 1860s (McFarland, 2003)

McFarland Receives AASLH Award and, 2003;XVIII.3:14

archives, SGHS

call for, Tenth Anniversary Display of SGHS Meeting Records (exhibition), 1990;VII.2:16, 1991;VIII.2:12

photographic, development of, 1991;VII.4:5

Retrospective Exhibit at Charleston annual meeting of, 1992;VIII.3:1

Archives of American Gardens, Smithsonian’s

Hulinsky’s summer virtual internship at, 2022;XXXV.1:17

Mystery Gardens in, 2010;XXIII.1:15

Ardsley Park, Savannah, GA

Clermont Lee, (1914-2006) Pioneering Landscape Architect, 2014;XXVII.2:1

A Reunion of Trees (Spongberg)

in print, 1991;VII.4:11

Aristotle

Biological Thought in Eighteenth-Century Agriculture, 2000;XVI.2:1

Arkansas

concrete sculptures by Dionicio Rodriguez in, listed with National Significance, 1987;III.3:6

Daffodils in Cemeteries in, 2003;XVIII.2:7

news from state Magnolia editor, 1987;III.3:6

Plants grown by Jacob Smith, 1844–1859 in, 1990;VI.4:5

Pomaria Nurseries customers from, 1993;X.1:1

search for lost rose of, 1986;II.3:2

state Magnolia editor for, 1987;IV.1:14, 1987;IV.2:11, 1989;V.4:7, 1990;VII.2:15

Trapnall Hall landscape restoration funding, 1988;IV.3:7

Arkansas Historical Quarterly

“The Benton County Horticultural Society: Its Cultural Role” (Jansma), 1986;III.1:7

Arkansas Territorial Restoration, Little Rock

questions regarding keeping boxwood at, 1986;II.4:8

Arkansas Times Magazine

“The Uncommon Bodark” by C. A. Brown in, 1986;III.1:7

Armand (Jacques), British bulb dealer

Narcissus moschatus available from, 1995;XI.4:10

Armes, Ethel

Stratford Hall grounds and gardens restoration and, 2004;XIX.1:1, 2004;XIX.4:1

Armistead, Dora

Williamsburg rose garden of, 1994;X.4:7

Armistead, R. H.

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Armistead, Robert T.

Williamsburg rose garden of, 1994;X.4:7

Armstrong, Tom

Garden Conservancy benefit and, 1998;XIV.3:9

Arnold, Cora Ballard

on Ballard house and garden, near Palmetto, GA and, 1995;XI.4:6

Arnold, Richard

Olmsted in the Antebellum South, 2006;XX.4:1

Arnold, Sara C.

The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty: Woodstock to Charleston (with Hoffius, eds.), 2012;XXV.2:9

Arnold Arboretum

The John Bartram Heritage Plant Collection and, 2006;XX.3:6

Arnoldia

“A Sourcebook of Cultivar Names” (Tucker, Kunst, Vrugtman, and L. Hatch), 1995;XI.3:13

Arrowsmith, Dr. and Mrs. William Lamb

Goodwood Plantation, Tallahassee and, 1996;XII.4:6

Arthur A. Shurcliff – Design, Preservation, and the Creation of the Colonial Williamsburg Landscape (Cushing)

in print, 2014;XXVII.3:7

review, 2015;XXVIII.1:9

articles in print. See also In Print; journal article reviews

“Bartram’s Garden Catalogue of North American Plants, 1783” (John Dixon Hunt), 1996;XII.3:11

“The Benton County Horticultural Society: Its Cultural Role” (Jansma), 1986;III.1:7

“Documents: The Gardening Sentiments of an Early Texas Pioneer” (Abt and Abt), 1991;VII.3:11

“Eighteenth-Century Gardens of the Chesapeake” (Sarudy), 1990;VII.2:12, 1992;VIII.3:4

“Elizabeth Lawrence’s Garden” (Lanier), 1986;III.2:3

“Eudora Welty: Rose Garden Realist, Storyteller of the South” (Mitchell), 2014;XXVII.4:5

“Faithful to the Text” (Turner on Hermann-Grima House, New Orleans), 1988;IV.3:10

“The Mathematics of an Eighteenth-Century Wilderness Garden” (Paca Steele), 1987;IV.1:3

“New Perspectives on Southern Gardens” (Brown, ed.), 1996;XII.3:11, 1997;XIII.1:10

“Old Salem, North Carolina” (Mashburn), 1988;IV.4:2

“Old Salem’s Medicinal Garden” (Berckman), 1988;IV.4:2

“Old Traditions Spring To Life In Cottage Gardens” (Welch and Puryear), 1986;III.2:4

“In Search of Boxwood in Central Virginia” (Frackelton), 1988;IV.4:2

“Stepping into the Past: The Story of the Battle-Friedman Garden” (Stritikus), 1987;IV.1:3

“Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest: the mathematics of an ideal villa” (Welch, reprint), 1991;VII.3:11

“On The Trail with Texas Rose Rustlers” (Christopher), 1987;IV.1:3

“The Uncommon Bodark” by C. A. Brown, 1986;III.1:7

Art in the Garden exhibition

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7

The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement (Marley, ed.)

in print, 2014;XXVII.4:6

The Art of Garden Design study course

schedule for, 1993;IX.2:16

The Art of Gardening: Maryland Landscapes and the American Garden Aesthetic, 1730–1930

Museum of the Historical Society of Talbot County exhibition, Easton, MD, 1985;II.1:4

Art of the Garden, Manchester, England (exhibition), 2004;XIX.4:15

Art of the Garden: The Garden in British Art, 1800 to the Present Day (Alfrey, Daniels, and Postle, eds.)

review, 2004;XIX.4:12

Arts and Crafts Gardens (Hitchmough), 2004;XIX.4:15

Arts and Crafts movement

garden fever (1890s–late 1930s) and, 1994;XI.1:1

Asbury, Samuel E.

on Adina de Zavala’s roses, 2004;XIX.3:1

Ashburton, Lord (Alexander Baring)

Battle-Friedman house garden research and, 1988;IV.3:8

Ashburton Treaty (1842)

Battle-Friedman house garden research and, 1988;IV.3:8

Ashe, Thomas

Charleston visit by, 1991;VIII.2:1

Ashe, William Willard

herbarium of, 2021;XXXIV.1:11

Asheville, NC. See also Biltmore Estate, NC

annual meeting, 1994;XI.2:8, 1996;XII.3:6, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1998;XIV.2:1, 2008;XXII.2:8

Biltmore annual meeting tours, 1998;XIV.2:1

Ashland Park, Lexington, KY

Lexington annual meeting tour (2017), 2016;XXIX.3:7, 2017;XXX.2:6

“The Ashley River and Its Gardens” (Duncan)

in National Geographic, 1994;XI.1:1

Ashwood, near Cape Fear, NC

The Southern Bartram connection, 1987;IV.1:7

Askey, Linda C.

on Bill Hunt, 1996;XII.4:5

elected to SGHS board of directors, 2009;XXII.4:8

on Marion Drummond, 1930-2013, 2013;XXVI.3:11

in the news, 1994;X.3:11, 1994;X.4:12, 1996;XII.3:12, 1997;XIII.2:11

William Lanier Hunt and, 2002;XVII.4:13

Association for Living History Farms and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM)

annual conference (1988) report, 1988;V.2:7

annual conference (1990) report, 1990;VII.1:12

annual meeting and member benefits, 1985;I.3:3

Source list for historic seeds and plants, 1989;V.4:1, 1989;V.4:9, 1990;VII.1:12, 1992;VIII.3:11, 1993;IX.4:15

Association for Preservation Technology

special APT Bulletin issues on landscape history and preservation, 1989;VI.2:11

aster, Tartarian

The plant reporter: what is this flower? 1990;VI.3:8

Athens, Georgia

annual meeting (2008), 2006;XX.3:4, 2006;XX.4:15, 2006;XX.4:16, 2007;XXI.1:3, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2007;XXI.3:5, 2008;XXII.1:8

Atkins, Barbara

State Ambassadors Program and, 2017;XXX.3:10

Atlanta. See also Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta; Oakland Cemetery, Atlanta

annual meeting (2003), 2001;XVI.4:13, 2002;XVIII.1:12, 2002;XVIII.1:14, 2003;XVIII.3:4

annual meeting organizing SGHS (1983), 1983;HTI.1:1, 1983;HTI.2:1

Oakland rebirth after tornado, 2010;XXIII.4:7

Olmsted in the South, RSGL conference, 2003;XVIII.4:10

Atlanta Botanical Garden

Alston Lecture Series, 1995;XI.3:15

in the news, 1993;IX.3:15

Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Atlanta annual meeting tours, 1983;HTI.1:1, 2003;XVIII.3:4

The Atlanta Constitution

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Atlanta Historical Society

Land of Our Own exhibit, 1983;HTI.1:1, 1983;HTI.2:1

Atlanta History Center. See also Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta

annual meeting, 1983;HTI.2:1

annual meeting (2003), 2001;XVI.4:13

Center for the Study of Southern Garden History, 2003;XVIII.3:6

Georgia Chapter Launched, 2000;XV.3:16

Kenan Research Center, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Atlanta History Society

Refining the Garden: The Trowels and Pleasures of Gardening symposium and, 1991;VIII.1:2

Atlanta Hospital Hospitality House (AHHH)

historic rock garden renovation in Atlanta and, 2014;XXVII.3:8

Atlanta Ladies Memorial Association (ALMA)

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Atlanta Nurseries, Atlanta, GA

A history of southern apples, 1992;IX.1:1

Atlas of the Virginia Flora

on Gloucester hickory, 2003;XVIII.2:12

Attlee, Helena

The Gardens of Portugal (review), 2008;XXI.4:10

Audubon, John James. See also Oakley Plantation, LA

on Feliciana, 1991;VII.3:1

Florida in 18th century and, 2017;XXX.4:7

Pomaria Nurseries, SC visit by, 1993;X.1:1

Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

“Taking Root:” The Summer Brothers and the History of Pomaria Nursery (exhibition), 2014;XXVII.2:8

Augusta, GA

Julia Lester Dillon in, 2001;XVI.3:1

Augusta National Golf Club, GA

History Fruitland Nurseries and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Auriculas

in William Paca’s garden (Annapolis), 1988;IV.4:3

Austin, David

passing of, 2019;XXXII.1:10

Austin, Glenn

Antique Rose Emporium business expansion and, 1994;X.3:12

Austin, John C.

RSGL conference speaker, 1989;VI.1:12, 1989;VI.2:2

Austin, Theresa

School Gardening in Virginia, 1898-1948, Preliminary Research results, 2006;XX.3:10

Austin, William M.

Blue Ridge Parkway and, 2013;XXVI.2:1

Australian Garden History

publication frequency, 2000;XV.4:14

Australian Garden History Society

tours offered, 2000;XV.4:14, 2001;XVI.3:9

Avalon Theater, Easton, MD

Eastern Shore, MD annual meeting tours, 1996;XII.3:7

Avent, Tony

Mount Vernon annual meeting speaker, 2019;XXXII.3:12

Avery, Kevin J.

Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford (with Kelly, eds.), 2003;XVIII.4:14

Avery, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan

Houston annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:13

Award of Merit, SGHS. See Certificate of Merit, SGHS

Ayr Mount, Hillsborough, NC

restoration of grounds, 1987;III.3:8, 1988;IV.4:9

Ayscough, Christopher

as professional gardener in Virginia, 1997;XIII.3:1

azaleas

in the antebellum landscape., 1992;IX.1:12

antebellum varieties in southern gardens, 1998;XIV.1:7

Azalea indica (Chinese Honeysuckle), 1992;IX.1:12

Biltmore Estate landscape and, 1998;XIV.2:1

Country Place era in Houston and, 1993;IX.4:1

George Lindley Taber and the Orchid Azalea, 2017;XXX.4:1

How the ‘George L. Taber’ Azalea Came to Bayou Bend, 2018;XXXI.4:9

Magnolia Plantation, SC and, 2015;XXVIII.3:1

Sherwood Red, at Mountain Shoals, SC, 1838 to the present, 2011;XXIV.1:1

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Bachman, John

Charleston Historical Society and, 2004;XIX.4:8

Dinosaurs in the Garden at Belmont, 2016;XXIX.1:9

Pomaria Nurseries, SC and, 1993;X.1:1

“Taking Root:” The Summer Brothers and the History of Pomaria Nursery (exhibition), 2014;XXVII.2:8

Bacon, Francis

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Virginia Hand Calloway Collection at Cherokee Garden Library and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Bacon, Nathaniel, Sr.

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Bacon’s Castle, VA

annual meeting tours, 1994;X.2:8

Archaeological excavation of the garden at Bacon’s Castle, Surry County, 1988;V.2:1

discovery reported, as earliest North American garden, 1986;II.4:7

Favretti’s garden research at, RSGL conference speech on, 1988;IV.3:15

Bacot, H. Parrott “Pat” and Barbara SoRelle

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Baer & Sons

Tom Burford Memorial Dedication, 2022;XXXV.1:19

Bailey, Liberty Hyde

David Williston: First Negro Landscape Architect, 2017;XXX.3:5

on loofahs, 2021;XXXIV.1:17

For the Love of the Snail (Flower): Monticello’s Caracalla Bean, 2018;XXXI.3:11

on ‘Musk Rose’ disappearance, 1994;X.3:1

Oakland Cemetery’s Early Landscapes, 2018;XXXI.1:6

School Gardening in Virginia, 1898-1948, Preliminary Research results, 2006;XX.3:10

Baker, Anne and John, garden

Jacksonville annual meeting tours, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Baker, H.

Oatlands Greenhouse rebirth and, 2001;XVI.3:11

Baker, James Beauland

Baker Brothers Nursery, Fort Worth and, 1997;XIII.1:1

Baker, William

Baker Brothers Nursery, Fort Worth and, 1997;XIII.1:1

Baldwin, Anne

Beatrix Farrand Landscape restoration at Green Spring Gardens, 2015;XXVIII.4:15

Baldwin, William

The LeConte Botanic Garden, GA, 2016;XXIX.3:1

Baldwin, W. O.

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

Balfour, Emma Harrison Warren

An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

Natchez annual meeting (20th Anniversary), 2002;XVII.4:5

Balfour, William T.

Mrs. Balfour: An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

Ballard (Levi) house and garden, near Palmetto, GA

Civil War Reconstruction Era and, 1995;XI.4:6

Ballard, Sarah Harrison

Ballard house and garden, near Palmetto, GA and, 1995;XI.4:6

Baltimore

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

Hampton and Mount Clare, orangeries at, 1996;XII.3:1

Mondawmin, as lost country estate, 1991;VIII.1:1

Olmsted in the South, RSGL conference, 2003;XVIII.4:10

painted furniture with urban and rural landscapes of, 1989;VI.2:2

A Southern Plant List, 1999;XV.1:15

Baltimore, Lord

on apples, 1992;IX.1:1

bamboo. See Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm (CGBG)

Bancroft, George

Adina de Zavala and, 2004;XIX.3:1

Bandy, Mr. and Mrs. Leon

Fort Worth annual meeting tours, 2006;XX.3:7

Banister, John

plant collecting in colonial Virginia by, 1994;XI.2:1

Virginia bluebell and, 2007;XXI.1:4

Bankhead Wilderness Study Team

Weesie Smith: Alabama Gardener and Champion of its Flora, 2018;XXXI.3:1

Banks, Joseph

Kew, the Royal Botanic Gardens and, 1997;XIII.1:1

Mount Vernon annual meeting on, 2010;XXIII.3:6

Banks, William, Jr. house and garden

Atlanta annual meeting tours, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Banks, William, Sr. garden

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Bankshaven garden in Newnan, GA

Atlanta annual meeting tours, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Barber, Gene

George Lindley Taber and the Orchid Azalea, 2017;XXX.4:1

Barbour Lathrop Plant Introduction Garden, GA

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm and, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

Barboursville, VA

Fredericksburg annual meeting tours, 2005;XX.1:12

Bardwell, KY

My mother’s garden (Evans essay), 1988;V.1:3

Bare, David

Flora Ann Bynum remembrance by, 2008;XXII.2:18

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 2000;XV.3:9

Barefoot, A. C., Jr.

dendochronology of Somerset Place, NC trees and, 1993;IX.4:14

Barfield, Jim

Athens annual meeting speaker, 2007;XXI.3:5, 2008;XXII.1:8

Barganier, James I.

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1998;XIV.2:6

Fall Board meeting, 1998;XIII.4:5, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Mobile annual meeting speaker, 1995;XI.4:1

SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

SGHS Board and, 1995;XI.4:12, 1996;XII.3:9

SGHS photos (1982–2002), 2002;XVII.4:9

Spring Board meeting, 2001;XVI.4:13

Baring, Alexander (Lord Ashburton)

Battle-Friedman house garden research and, 1988;IV.3:8

Baring, Anne Louisa Bingham

Battle-Friedman house garden research and, 1988;IV.3:8

Barker, Bill

Lynchburg annual meeting, 2012;XXV.4:6

Barnes, Bob and Bettina

in the news, 2009;XXII.4:17

Barnes, John

advertises gardening services in Charleston, 1991;VIII.2:1

Barnes, Mrs. W. B., Jr.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Barnett, Elizabeth Hale

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Barnsley Gardens, Adairsville, GA

board members’ visit to, 1990;VII.2:8

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

in the news, 2001;XVII.2:15

violent thunderstorm damage at, 1994;XI.1:15

Barnsley House

Rosemary Verey’s Cotswolds Garden and, 2003;XVIII.3:15

Barnwell, Cleo

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

The Founding and Early Beginnings Of the SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

on Roman hyacinths, 1993;X.1:14

on Weeping March flowers, 1995;XI.3:12

Barraud, Philip

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Barren Ground (Glasgow, 1925)

Biological Thought in Eighteenth-Century Agriculture, 2000;XVI.2:1

Barrett, Mrs. James C.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Barrett, Tom

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Barrick, William E. “Bill”

Virginia Hand Calloway Collection at Cherokee Garden Library and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Barrow, Bennet H.

hedging by, 1991;VII.4:11

Barrow, Craig, III

named Preservation Hero by Library of American Landscape History, 2014;XXVII.2:10

Barrow, Diana

Craig Barrow III named Preservation Hero and, 2014;XXVII.2:10

Barrow, Robert H.

St. Francisville, LA annual meeting speaker, 1991;VII.4:1

Bartenstein, Isabel Anderson

death of, 1999;XIV.4:6

Barthellos' garden, Alexandria, VA

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Barton, Barbara J.

Gardening by Mail (in print), 1994;X.3:9

Barton, F. A.

Olmsted in the Antebellum South, 2006;XX.4:1

Barton, John Otis

George Lindley Taber and the Orchid Azalea, 2017;XXX.4:1

Bartram, John

Bartram 300 symposium and Franklinia census, 1998;XIV.2:7

Bartram’s Garden Catalogue of North American Plants, 1783 (J. D. Hunt, ed.), 1997;XIII.1:10

Biological Thought in Eighteenth-Century Agriculture, 2000;XVI.2:1

Charleston visit by, 1991;VIII.2:1

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

Florida’s plantation period and, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

horticulture in Jefferson’s Day and, 2004;XIX.2:10

The John Bartram Heritage Plant Collection, 2006;XX.3:6

John Bartram’s Garden Association, 1987;III.3:12

Logan’s correspondence with, 1992;VIII.3:6

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

on Magnolia grandiflora, 1984;I.1:1

Mount Vernon annual meeting on, 2010;XXIII.3:6

as plant collector in Virginia, 1994;XI.2:1

The Southern Bartram connection, 1987;IV.1:7

Bartram, T. E.

The Southern Bartram connection, 1987;IV.1:7

Bartram, William

Bartram Trail Conference announcement, 1991;VIII.2:11

Bartram Trail Dedication in Louisiana, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Charleston visit by, 1991;VIII.2:1

Florida’s plantation period and, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Jefferson’s visit to Painshill (1786) and, 2010;XXIII.4:1

The LeConte Botanic Garden, GA and, 2016;XXIX.3:1

LeConte-Woodmanston garden, GA and, 1986;III.1:5

on Magnolia grandiflora, 1984;I.1:1

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1

Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

The Southern Bartram connection, 1987;IV.1:7

Travels through North and South Carolina, Georgia, East and West Florida (1792), 1987;IV.1:9, 1990;VI.3:3, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

Virginia Hand Calloway Collection at Cherokee Garden Library and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

William Bartram, The Search for Nature’s Design (Hallock and Hoffmann, eds., in print), 2011;XXIV.2:7

Bartram Arboretum at Fort Toulouse, AL

Montgomery annual meeting tours (1986), 1985;II.2:1

Bartram’s Garden Catalogue of North American Plants, 1783 (J. D. Hunt, ed.)

review, 1997;XIII.1:10

Bartram Trail Conference

announcement of, 1991;VIII.2:11

web address for, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

Barwick municipal cemetery, Ga.

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Basham, Bill

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Bass (Anne H.) garden

Fort Worth annual meeting tours, 2006;XX.3:7

Baton Rouge

annual meeting, 2008;XXI.4:15, 2010;XXIII.2:8, 2010;XXIII.4:8, 2011;XXIV.3:5

A Brief Landscape History of, 2011;XXIV.3:1

Baton Rouge Camellia Society

A Personal Plea for Camellia Preservation, 2015;XXVIII.3:7

Battle, Millicent Bradley Beall

Battle-Friedman house garden and, 1988;IV.3:8

Battle, William Augustus

Battle-Friedman house garden research and, 1988;IV.3:8

battlefield preservation

Fredericksburg annual meeting on, 2004;XIX.3:10

Battle-Friedman House, Tuscaloosa, AL

Alabama Heritage article on, 1987;III.3:5

Stritikus’ extensive update on, 1988;IV.3:8

Battles, Alfred

Battle-Friedman house garden and, 1988;IV.3:8

Baty, Patrick

Nature’s Palette: A Color Reference from the Natural World (review), 2021;XXXIV.2:14

Bauer, Carl Siegismund

Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Roundtop, TX and, 1993;IX.3:6

Baumgardner, Charles, Sr.

Rodriguez work with Alamo Cement Company and, 1987;III.3:6

Baumgardner, Talmadge

Clermont Lee and, 2014;XXVII.2:1

Bayer, Johann Christoph

Royal Copenhagen, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

Baylor University faculty

Historic Texas Landscapes survey and, 1998;XIV.2:5

Bayly, Alexander Hamilton

Cambridge, MD garden of, 1992;VIII.3:4

Bayly Art Museum, University of Virginia

John Douglas Woodward landscapes exhibit at, 1997;XIII.2:7

Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens. See also Houston, TX

annual meeting, 1998;XIV.3:8

Country Place era and, 1993;IX.4:1

historic landscape preservation at, 1998;XIV.3:1

Historic Texas Landscapes survey and, 1998;XIV.2:5

how the ‘George L. Taber’ azalea came to, 2018;XXXI.4:9

Maintaining a Garden’s Integrity, 2003;XVIII.4:9

Beach, Howard, garden

Charleston annual meeting tours, 2015;XXVIII.4:12

Beach, John H.

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Beach, Virginia Groves

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Beadle, Chancey Delos

Biltmore Estate landscape and, 1998;XIV.2:1, 1998;XIV.2:4

Beagan, Christopher M.

John Lee Pratt’s Chatham Manor, 2017;XXX.3:8

Beale, George W.

Stratford Hall grounds and garden restoration and, 2004;XIX.1:1

Beall, Kreis and Sandy

in the news, 2009;XXII.4:17

Beaman Garden (1940s)

Nashville annual meeting tour, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

Beard, Rick

foreward to Residential Work of the Olmsted Firm in Georgia by, 1993;IX.3:16

Beath, Thomas P.

George Lindley Taber and the Orchid Azalea, 2017;XXX.4:1

Beatrix Farrand: Private Gardens, Public Landscapes (Tankard)

review, 2010;XXIII.2:12

Beatrix Farrand’s Plant Book for Dumbarton Oaks

Dumbarton Oaks Garden and Park: A Celebration, 2020;XXXIII.2:2

Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life: The Plants and Places That Inspired the Classic Children’s Tales (McDowell)

in print, 2014;XXVII.2:7

Beatrix: The Gardening Life of Beatrix Jones Farrand, 1872-1959 (Brown)

review, 1995;XI.3:14

Beaufort, NC

house and garden tour, 1987;III.3:8

Beaumont, TX

The Peggy Martin Rose Awards, 2011;XXIV.1:7

Beautify Beaumont, Inc.

The Peggy Martin Rose Awards, 2011;XXIV.1:7

Beauty of the Wild: A Life Designing Landscapes Inspired by Nature (Morrison)

in print, 2022;XXXIV.3:18

Beauvoit (Jefferson Davis home), MS

The Peggy Martin Rose Awards, 2011;XXIV.1:7

Beck, Antony and Angela

Gainesway farm, KY, 2017;XXX.2:6

Becker, Robert

ALHFAM annual conference and, 1988;V.2:7

Field and Garden Vegetables of America (Burr) and, 1989;V.4:4

Becker, Sarah

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2000;XV.4:10, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Becoming Elizabeth Lawrence: Discovered Letters of a Southern Gardener (Wilson, ed.)

in print, 2010;XXIII.2:14

review, 2010;XXIII.3:8

beekeeping and beeswax

eighteenth century, in North Carolina, 1990;VII.2:4

Begg, Virginia Lopez

Charleston gardens: a turn of the century view, 1994;XI.1:1

Everything for the Garden (with Tankard, Nylander, and Emmet, in print 2020), 2019;XXXII.4:13

Journal of the New England Garden History Society and, 2002;XVII.4:19

as landscape historian, 1994;XI.2:12

Old Time Gardens (Earle, review), 2004;XIX.4:12

Behind Those Garden Walls in Historic Savannah (Wood)

Savannah annual meeting tour and, 1994;XI.2:8

Beiswanger, Bill

Historic Landscape Institute speaker, 1998;XIV.2:14

Monticello annual meeting speaker, 1987;III.3:3

Belair, Prince George’s Co., MD

orangery at, 1996;XII.3:1

Belcher, Anthony W.

Ellen Shipman Garden Photography Collection and, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

Belcher, Ella Moore, garden

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:8

Belcher, Taylor

Ellen Shipman Garden Photography Collection and, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

Belcher, Taylor, III “Mike”

Ellen Shipman Garden Photography Collection and, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

Belk Foundation

Lawrence house purchase by, 2007;XXI.2:14

Wing Haven to purchase Elizabeth Lawrence House and Garden and, 2007;XXI.3:15

Bell, C. R.

Manual of the Vascular Flora of the Carolinas (with Radford and Ahles), 1994;X.3:5

Bell, Deborah

Mount Vernon annual meeting speaker, 2010;XXIII.1:10, 2010;XXIII.3:6, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Bell, Jacob

Fort Worth botanist, 2006;XX.3:7

Bell, Laura Palmer

Clermont Lee and, 2014;XXVII.2:1

Bell, Leonie

International Heritage Rose Conference, Charleston, 2001;XVII.2:8

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Noisette rose garden at Monticello and, 1999;XIV.4:8, 2001;XVII.2:1

Bell, Louis

Noisette rose garden at Monticello and, 1999;XIV.4:8, 2001;XVII.2:1

Bell, Malcolm, Jr.

Bartram Trail Conference and, 1991;VIII.2:11

Bell, Melinda

on The Gardener’s Kalendar reprint, 1998;XIV.3:11

Bellamy Mansion, Wilmington, NC

landscape restoration, 1998;XIV.3:9

Bellefield Design Lectures, Hyde Park, NY

Griffin as speaker, 2007;XXI.1:8

Belle Meade Plantation, TN

Nashville annual meeting tour, 1987;IV.2:2

organizing meeting tours, 1983;HTI.1:1

Bellett, Peter

as professional gardener in Williamsburg, 1997;XIII.3:1

bell heather

Tillman on, 1984;I.1:6

Bellingrath Gardens and Home, Mobile, AL

annual meeting tours, 1994;XI.2:8, 1995;XI.4:1

hurricanes hit, 2004;XIX.3:12

Belman-Korando Garden, Atlanta

annual meeting tours, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Belmont, the Gari Melchers Estate and Memorial Gallery

creating a wildlife oasis at, 2010;XXIII.3:1

Dinosaurs in the Garden, 2016;XXIX.1:9

Fredericksburg annual meeting, 2004;XIX.3:10, 2005;XX.1:12

history and description, 2000;XVI.1:12

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7, 2015;XXVIII.4:5

in the news, 2011;XXIV.2:11

Roots House, Falmouth, VA and, 2015;XXVIII.1:7

Belmont Hall, Kent Co., DE

Tucker on, 1992;VIII.3:4

Belmont Mansion, TN

Nashville annual meeting tour, 1987;IV.2:2

Belvidere Plantation, SC

Between North and South: The Letters of Emily Wharton Sinkler, 1842-1865, 2002;XVII.3:12

Bemiss, Margaret Page

An Appreciation, 2019;XXXII.1:6

Certificate of Merit, 2010;XXIII.4:10

Historic Virginia Gardens: Preservation Work of the Garden Club of Virginia, 1975-2007 (in print), 2009;XXII.3:8

Historic Virginia Gardens: Preservation Work of the Garden Club of Virginia, 1975-2007 (review), 2010;XXIII.2:9

Returning to Our Roots, RSGL conference, 2009;XXII.4:1, 2010;XXIII.1:9

Bender, Steve

Passalong Plants (with Rushing), 1994;X.2:12, 1994;X.3:5

Benech, Louis

St. Louis Cathedral Garden To Be Restored, 2008;XXI.4:15

“Beneficial Effects of Flower Culture”

Wm. Summer essay, 1993;X.1:1

Benjamin Johnston, Frances

Chatham Manor, VA photographs (1927), 2017;XXX.3:8

Gardening in a Golden Age, RSGL conference, 2017;XXX.2:1

Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895-1935: Photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston (review), 2013;XXVI.1:8

Bennett, Thomas Peter

Florida Explored: The Philadelphia Connection in Bartram’s Tracks (in print), 2020;XXXIII.1:15

Benson, Betty L.

Natures Melody: A Guide to Georgia Wildflowers (available), 1995;XI.3:13

“The Benton County Horticultural Society: Its Cultural Role” (Jansma)

in the Arkansas Historical Quarterly, 1986;III.1:7

Beranger, Jeannette

Feeding the American South, RSGL conference, 2013;XXVI.1:11, 2013;XXVI.2:10

Berckman, Julianne

“An 18th-Century Kitchen Garden” in Early American Life publication, 1988;IV.4:2

disaster strikes Old Salem–recovery, research, and replanting, 1989;VI.1:10

Old Salem garden tour, RSGL conference, 1987;III.3:4, 1988;IV.4:9

“Old Salem’s Medicinal Garden” in Early American Life by, 1988;IV.4:2

on replanting Old Salem after tornado, 1989;VI.2:2

RSGL conference “how-to” sessions and, 1988;IV.4:9

Berckmans, Caroline Horne

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Elizabeth Charlotte Arnoldine Rubens

History of Fruitland Nurseries and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Emil

History of Fruitland Nurseries and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Louis Alphonse

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Louis Mathieu Edouard

Athens annual meeting on influence of, 2008;XXII.1:8

History of Fruitland Nurseries and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Julia Lester Dillon and, 2001;XVI.3:1

Berckmans, Mary Alice

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Mary Craig

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Prosper Jules Alphonse

antebellum azalea and camellia varieties in Southern gardens and, 1998;XIV.1:7

Arthur Solomon’s camellias and, 2013;XXVI.3:5

Athens annual meeting on influence of, 2008;XXII.1:8

daffodils in Georgia’s landscape and, 2008;XXI.4:1

History of Fruitland Nurseries and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Jarvis Van Buren and, 2000;XVI.1:1

Julia Lester Dillon and, 2001;XVI.3:1

Berckmans, Prosper Jules Alphonse, Jr.

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Robert Craig

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Berckmans, Sally Bettle

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Bergey, Kay

Magnolia bound copies available, 2000;XV.4:14

Olmsted in the South, RSGL conference, 2002;XVIII.1:12

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 1999;XV.1:10

Returning to Our Roots, RSGL conference, 2010;XXIII.1:9

as SGHS publications secretary, 2003;XVIII.3:14

Bergholz, W. R.

antebellum azalea and camellia varieties in Southern gardens and, 1998;XIV.1:7

Bergholz, Summer, and the Gardens of Antebellum Columbia, SC, 2000;XV.3:11

on horticulture in Columbia, SC, 2022;XXXIV.3:1

Pomaria Nurseries, SC and, 1993;X.1:8

Berkeley nurseries, Aldie, VA

The Restored Eudora Welty Garden Ten Years On and, 2014;XXVII.4:1

Berlandier, Jean Louis

Fort Worth botanist, 2006;XX.3:7

Berlins, Mrs. Peter

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 1990;VII.1:4

Bernard, John

on Blennerhassetts’ gardens, 1996;XII.4:10

Berrall, Julia S.

Queen Henrietta Maria’s Festival of Roses and Mayflowers, 1987;III.3:7

Berreth, David

Roots House, Falmouth, VA and, 2015;XXVIII.1:7

Berridge, Vanessa

Borde Hill Garden: A Plant Hunter’s Paradise (review), 2022;XXXV.1:9

Berry, Martha McChesney

Robert Cridland and the Gardens at Oak Hill and, 2017;XXX.3:1

Berry College, GA

Martha Berry, Robert Cridland, and the Gardens at Oak Hill, 2017;XXX.3:1

Berry Hill, Halifax County, VA

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

The Best Apples to Buy and Grow (Hanson, ed.)

in print, 2006;XX.3:14

Beta Verde

Feeding the American South, RSGL conference, 2013;XXVI.2:10

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7

Bethabara, NC

Archaeological dig at Bethabara site of 1759 vegetable garden, 1988;V.1:2

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 2000;XV.3:9

A Southern Plant List, 1999;XV.1:15

tea cultivation in vegetable garden of, 1993;IX.2:10

Beth Chatto: A Life With Plants (Horwood)

review, 2019;XXXII.4:11

Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Roundtop, TX

annual meeting tours, 1993;IX.3:6

Betts, Anna Whelan

illustrator for Duncan’s Charleston gardens articles, 1994;XI.1:1

Betts, Edwin Morris

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

Thomas Jefferson’s Garden Book and, 1988;IV.4:10

Between North and South: The Letters of Emily Wharton Sinkler, 1842-1865

in print, 2002;XVII.3:12

Between the Nanticoke and the Choptank: an Architectural History of Dorchester County, Maryland (Weeks)

in print, 1984;I.1:5

Beveridge, Charles E.

Frederick Law Olmsted: Plans and Views of Public Parks (with Meier and Mills, eds., in print), 2015;XXVIII.2:8

on Olmsted at RSGL conference, 1987;III.3:4, 1988;IV.3:15, 2002;XVIII.1:12, 2003;XVIII.3:1, 2003;XVIII.4:10

Beyond the Garden Wall

Annapolis annual meeting, 2006;XX.3:4, 2007;XXI.2:8

Biddle, Mary Duke

Sarah P. Duke garden at Duke University and, 1993;IX.2:7

Bierman, Nancy

in the news, 2016;XXIX.2:5

Bierstadt, Albert

Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

Biggs, Mrs. James A.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Bigham, Jennifer Rae

Atlanta annual meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:12

Billings, Elizabeth

The Woodland Garden at Tregaron, 2010;XXIII.2:6

Biltmore Estate, NC

annual meeting, 1994;XI.2:8, 1996;XII.3:6, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.2:1, 2008;XXII.2:8

Approach Road research, 1988;IV.3:12

Biltmore Portrait Graces New Olmsted Stamp, 1999;XV.1:11

events planning at, 1987;IV.1:5

historic landscape restoration at, 1998;XIV.2:4

Hood’s note reviewing Olmsted papers on, 2016;XXIX.3:12

Olmsted in the South, RSGL conference, 2003;XVIII.3:1, 2003;XVIII.4:10

Biltmore Nursery: A Botanical Legacy (Alexander)

in print, 2007;XXI.1:15

Bingham, William

Battle-Friedman house garden research and, 1988;IV.3:8

“Biological Thought and Agricultural Practices of the 18th Century” (Sharrer)

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2000;XV.4:10

Biophilic Cities

University of Virginia’s School of Architecture on, 2021;XXXIII.3:16

Birch, William

falling garden at Hampton, Baltimore Co. and, 1996;XII.3:1

Bird, Leslie

Mount Vernon annual meeting and, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Bird, William, Jr.

Rosemont Plantation family and, 1993;IX.3:1

Birk, Sherry

Hunt (R. M.) drawings of Biltmore Estate and, 1994;XI.2:8

Birkenhead Park, near Liverpool, England

Olmsted and Vaux in Central Park, New York and, 2021;XXXIII.3:7

Birmingham, AL

annual meeting, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Jemison Park, Mountain Brook, Alabama: Sketches of a Streamside Preserve, 2021;XXXIII.3:18

Snowflake’ Hydrangea and Aldridge Gardens, 2018;XXXI.4:7

Student Annual Meeting Scholarship Recipients, 2019;XXXII.2:14

Weesie Smith: Alabama Gardener and Champion of its Flora, 2018;XXXI.3:1

Wrinkle’s Woodland Oasis in, 2019;XXXII.1:8

Birmingham Botanical Gardens

Birmingham annual meeting tours, 2019;XXXII.2:6

schedule for speakers, 1997;XIII.1:8

Weesie Smith: Alabama Gardener and Champion of its Flora, 2018;XXXI.3:1

Birnbaum, Charles A.

Design with Culture: Claiming America’s Landscape Heritage (with Hughes, in print), 2005;XX.2:9

Unearthing the Past, RSGL conference, 2005;XX.1:10, 2005;XX.2:10

Wave Hill landscape preservation symposium and, 1998;XIV.3:10

Bisgrove, Richard

William Robinson: the Wild Gardener (review), 2008;XXII.1:13

Bishir, Catherine

Mary Riggs Collins and the Somerset Place Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:1

New Bern, NC annual meeting, 2001;XVI.4:14

Tryon Palace gardens plan and, 1998;XIV.1:1

Bissell, Julia Andrews

in the news, 1992;VIII.4:14

Bisset, David

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm and, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

Bisset, Peter

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm and, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

Bisset’s Bamboo (Phyllostachys bissetii)

at Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

Bizier, Karen

Carlyle House landscape restoration, 1988;IV.3:6

Black, Bill

Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange, GA, 2004;XIX.4:11

Black, Claude Aubrey

LeConte-Woodmanston garden restoration, GA, 1986;III.1:3

Blackadder, Jill Slee

“Butter and Eggs” Daffodil is Likely ‘Derwydd’ not ‘Van Sion’, 2003;XVIII.2:10

Blackburn, Sadie Gwin

on the Country Place Era in Houston, 1993;IX.4:1

Historic Texas Landscapes survey and, 1998;XIV.2:5

Blackland Prairie, TX

Texas White House setting and, 2002;XVII.3:10

Black Landscapes Matter (Hood and Tada)

review, 2021;XXXIII.3:10

Black Water Swamp, GA

LeConte-Woodmanston garden and, 1986;III.1:5

Blackwell, Elizabeth

illustrations for A Curious Herbal by, 1995;XII.1:1

Blair, John

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Blankenship, Kate Millington

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Blasdale, Walter C.

on Oxalis rubra, 1994;X.3:5

Bleckley, Haralson

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, Georgia, 2008;XXII.1:1

Blenheim, Charles Co., MD

orangery at, 1996;XII.3:1

Blennerhassett, Harman

gardens of Blennerhassett Island and, 1996;XII.4:10

Blennerhassett, Margaret

gardens of Blennerhassett Island and, 1996;XII.4:10

Blennerhassett Island, WV

recent discovery sheds light on the gardens of, 1996;XII.4:10

Bleser, Carol

The Hammonds of Redcliffe (review), 1998;XIII.4:7

Secret and Sacred: The Diaries of James Henry Hammond, a Southern Slaveholder (review), 1998;XIII.4:7

Bliss (B. K.) & Sons

bulbs at Mountain Shoals, SC and, 1838 to the present, 2011;XXIV.1:1

Bliss, Mildred Barnes

Dumbarton Oaks Garden and Park: A Celebration, 2020;XXXIII.2:1

Jane Welles Loudon: “First Professional Lady Gardener,” 2020;XXXIII.2:8

Bliss, Robert Woods

Dumbarton Oaks Garden and Park: A Celebration, 2020;XXXIII.2:1

Blitch, Riley M.

Tallahassee annual meeting speaker, 1997;XIII.2:5

Vernacular gardens of rural Florida, 1997;XIII.2:1

Blitchton, near Ocala, FL

as vernacular garden, 1997;XIII.2:1

Block, Margaret

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Blomfield, Reginald

on formal gardens, 1993;IX.4:1

Bloom, Inc.

AABGA NetGuide update, 2004;XIX.2:11

AABGA Networking Guide to Historic Landscape Resources, 2003;XVIII.4:9

Blossman, Robert

Texas White House setting and, 2002;XVII.3:10

The Blossom Circle of the Year in Southern Gardens (Dillon, 1922)

Preserving 20th-century gardens and, 2007;XXI.2:1

publication of, 2001;XVI.3:1

Blount Mansion: An Urban Oasis in Knoxville, 2019;XXXII.4:1

Blow, George Preston

Preserving 20th-century gardens of, 2007;XXI.2:1

bluebonnet (Lupinus sp.)

The Fair Ladies of Texas and, 2016;XXIX.1:11

Bluegrass Region, KY

hemp and flax production history, 2016;XXIX.4:1

Blue Ridge Parkway

Folk Art Center, Biltmore annual meeting and, 1998;XIV.2:1

Stanley W. Abbott: Visionary Planner, 2013;XXVI.2:1, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Blunt, Ozell

on color in African-American gardens, 1992;VIII.4:1

Blythwood, Clarkesville, GA

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

Board meetings

1982 (Fall), 2002;XVII.4:3

1982 (Spring), 2002;XVII.4:3

1983 (Fall), 1983;HTI.3:1, 2002;XVII.4:3

1983 (Spring), 1983;HTI.2:1

1984 (Spring), 2002;XVII.4:3

1985 (Fall), 1985;II.1:4, 1985;II.2:3

1986 (Fall), 1986;III.2:1, 1986;III.2:3

1988 (Fall), 1988;V.2:3

1990 (Fall), 1990;VII.2:8

1991 (Spring), 1991;VII.4:5, 1991;VIII.1:9

1992 (Spring), 1992;VIII.4:15

1993 (Fall), 1993;IX.2:15, 1994;X.2:10

1994 (Fall), 1994;XI.2:9

1994 (Spring), 1994;X.4:6

1996 (Fall), 1996;XII.3:6, 1997;XIII.1:12

1996 (Spring), 1996;XII.3:6

1997 (Spring), 1997;XIII.2:12

1998 (Fall), 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.3:10

1998 (Spring), 1998;XIV.2:6

1999 (Fall), 1999;XV.2:14

1999 (Spring), 1999;XV.1:14

2000 (Fall), 2000;XVI.2:12

2000 (Spring), 2000;XV.4:9

2001 (Fall), 2001;XVII.2:7

2001 (Spring), 2001;XVI.4:13

2002 (Fall), 2002;XVIII.1:14

2003 (Fall), 2003;XVIII.4:2

2003 (Spring), 2003;XVIII.3:15

2004 (Fall), 2004;XIX.3:11

2005 (Spring), 2005;XX.1:15

2006 (Fall), 2006;XX.4:15

2006 (Spring), 2006;XX.3:4

2007 (Fall), 2007;XXI.3:14

2007 (Spring), 2007;XXI.2:14

2008 (Spring), 2008;XXI.4:15

2009 (Fall), 2010;XXIII.1:14

2010 (Spring), 2010;XXIII.3:5

2011 (Spring), 2011;XXIV.3:11

2012 (Fall), 2012;XXV.4:11

2020 (Fall), virtual, 2020;XXXIII.2:2

2020 (Summer), virtual, 2020;XXXIII.1:18

2021 (Spring), virtual, 2021;XXXIV.1:2

2022 (Spring), 2022;XXXIV.4:7

Board of Directors. See also honorary board members

on board rotation and permanent headquarters, 1992;VIII.4:15

bylaws on, 1986;III.2:2, 1993;IX.3:9

call for nominees to, 1995;XII.1:12, 1998;XIII.4:5

finances update, 2021;XXXIV.1:2

First, Officers and Directors of (listing), 2002;XVII.4:16

Magnolia editor as ex-officio member of, 1987;III.3:2

members rotating off, 1994;XI.2:11

new members welcomed, 1995;XI.4:12

nominating committee. see nominating committee, of SGHS Board

publications committee, 1986;III.1:1, 1988;V.1:1, 1990;VII.2:8, 1993;IX.3:16

Washington/Fayette Counties, TX annual meeting and, 1993;IX.4:9

Boasberg, Sarah S. “Sally”

in the news, 1994;X.3:11

Bobbink & Atkins, Rutherford, NJ

The Restored Eudora Welty Garden Ten Years On and, 2014;XXVII.4:1

Bodleian Plate (ca. 1736-1740)

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Boehm Studios

Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

Boenker, Alexis

Cothran Scholarship for, 2018;XXXI.1:5

Boggess, Elizabeth MacNeil “Beth”

annual meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:14

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1996;XII.3:9

Fall Board meeting, 1997;XIII.1:12, 1998;XIII.4:5, 2001;XVII.2:7

Glenn Haltom (1930-2013), homage by, 2013;XXVI.3:9

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference, 2007;XXI.3:6

Magnolia index and, 1998;XIV.2:6

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2010;XXIII.3:6, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Natchez annual meeting (20th Anniversary), 1998;XIV.3:10, 2002;XVII.4:5

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1, 2001;XVII.2:14

SGHS photos (1982–2002), 2002;XVII.4:9

Spring Board meeting, 1999;XV.1:14, 2001;XVI.4:13

as state editor for Magnolia, 1987;III.3:7

Boggs, Mrs. Thomas

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

Bok Tower Gardens, Lake Wales, FL

hurricanes hit, 2004;XIX.3:12

Tallahassee annual meeting tours, 1997;XIII.2:5

Bolivar plantation, TX

ha-ha with Rosa multiflora atop it for hedging at, 1991;VII.4:11

Bolton, Elaine

documenting vernacular landscapes, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Bolton, Ellen and Herbert

on gardening to share, 1992;VIII.4:1

Bomarzo (Italian garden)

The Garden at Bomarzo: A Renaissance Riddle (Sheeler, review), 2007;XXI.2:15

Bonar Hall, Madison, GA

Athens annual meeting tours, 2008;XXII.1:8

Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, GA

Mary Catherine Rion and, 2001;XVII.2:10

Bond, Mrs. John J.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Le Bon Jardinier, Almanach Pour

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Bonnefons, Nicolas de

Iardinier Francois (1664 ed.), 1987;IV.1:9

Bonsal, W. R., garden

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.4:8

The Book of Attributes (White)

review, 2009;XXII.4:15

The Book of English Trades and Library of the Useful Arts (London, 1824)

William Paca’s way of gardening and, 1988;IV.4:3

book reviews. See also exhibitions and catalogues

American Gardens, 1890–1930 (Watters, ed.), 2007;XXI.1:11

Andre Michaux in North America: Journals & Letters, 1785-1797 (Williams, Norman, and Taylor, eds.), 2020;XXXIII.2:10

Antique Roses for the South (Welch), 2004;XIX.4:15

Apples of North America: Exceptional Varieties for Gardeners, Growers, and Cooks (Burford), 2013;XXVI.4:8

Arthur A. Shurcliff – Design, Preservation, and the Creation of the Colonial Williamsburg Landscape (Cushing, review), 2015;XXVIII.1:9

Art of the Garden: The Garden in British Art, 1800 to the Present Day (Alfrey, Daniels, and Postle, eds.), 2004;XIX.4:12

Bartram’s Garden Catalogue of North American Plants, 1783 (J. D. Hunt, ed.), 1997;XIII.1:10

Beatrix Farrand: Private Gardens, Public Landscapes (Tankard), 2010;XXIII.2:12

Beatrix: The Gardening Life of Beatrix Jones Farrand, 1872-1959 (Brown), 1995;XI.3:14

Becoming Elizabeth Lawrence: Discovered Letters of a Southern Gardener (Wilson, ed.), 2010;XXIII.3:8

Black Landscapes Matter (Hood and Tada), 2021;XXXIII.3:10

The Book of Attributes (White), 2009;XXII.4:15

Borde Hill Garden: A Plant Hunter’s Paradise (Berridge and Glover), 2022;XXXV.1:9

British and American Gardens in the Eighteenth Century: Eighteen Illustrated Essays on Garden History (Martin, ed.), 1985;II.1:1

Cemeteries (Eggener), 2011;XXIV.3:8

Central Park, An American Masterpiece: A Comprehensive History of the Nation’s First Urban Park (Miller, 2003), 2003;XVIII.3:7

Charles Eliot, Landscape Architect (Eliot), 2000;XV.3:15

Charleston Gardens and the Landscape Legacy of Loutrel Briggs (Cothran), 2011;XXIV.2:9

The Chelsea Gardener: Philip Miller, 1691-1771 (Le Rougetel), 1990;VII.2:14

Churchill and Chartwell: The Untold Story of Churchill’s Houses and Gardens (Buczacki), 2008;XXI.4:10

A Confederate Lady Comes of Age: The Journal of Pauline DeCaradeuc Heyward, 1863-1888 (Robertson, ed.), 1998;XIII.4:7

Daffodils in Florida: A Field Guide to the Coastal South (Van Beck and Van Beck), 2004;XIX.3:14

Dream Gardener: Pioneer Nurseryman Bertrand H. Farr (Edmonds), 2008;XXII.2:1

Earth Patterns: Essays in Landscape Archaeology (Kelso & Most, eds.), 1991;VII.3:9

Ellen Shipman and the American Garden (Tankard), 2018;XXXI.4:12

English Pleasure Gardens (Nichols), 2003;XVIII.4:13

Field and Garden Vegetables of America (Burr), 1989;V.4:4

Furnishing the Old-Fashioned Garden: Three Centuries of American Summerhouses, Dovecotes, Pergolas, Privies, Fences & Birdhouses (Hill), 1999;XIV.4:9

The Garden at Bomarzo: A Renaissance Riddle (Sheeler), 2007;XXI.2:15

The Garden at Charleston: A Bloomsbury Garden through the Seasons (Snell), 2010;XXIII.4:10

The Garden at Hidcote (Whitsey), 2007;XXI.2:15

The Garden Diary of Martha Turnbull, Mistress of Rosedown Plantation (Turner, ed.), 2012;XXV.4:8

A Gardener’s Life (Salisbury), 2008;XXI.4:10

Gardens and Historic Plants of the Antebellum South (Cothran), 2004;XIX.1:14

Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895-1935: Photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston (Watters), 2013;XXVI.1:8

Garden Shrubs and Their Histories (Coats), 1993;IX.3:13

Gardens of Historic Charleston (Cothran), 1995;XII.1:10

The Gardens of Portugal (Attlee), 2008;XXI.4:10

The Gardens of Russell Page (Schinz and van Zuylen), 2008;XXI.4:10

Gardens of the Arts & Crafts Movement (Tankard), 2018;XXXI.4:12

Gardens of the Arts and Crafts Movement: Reality and Imagination (Tankard), 2004;XIX.4:12

The Garden Tourist 1993: A Guide to Garden Tours, Garden Days, Shows, and Special Events (Rosenfield), 1993;IX.3:13

Gertrude Jekyll and the Country House Garden, From the Archives of Country Life (Tankard), 2011;XXIV.4:8

The Golden Age of American Gardens (Griswold and Weller), 1991;VIII.2:9

Grandmother’s Garden: The Old-Fashioned American Garden 1865-1915 (Hill), 1996;XII.2:9

Great Gardens of America (Richardson), 2010;XXIII.4:10

The Hammonds of Redcliffe (Bleser, ed.), 1998;XIII.4:7

Herbarium: The Quest to Preserve & Classify the World’s Plants (Thiers), 2021;XXXIV.1:11

The Hermitage Landscape: Before and after the 1998 Tornado (Coke), 1999;XV.2:13

Historic Virginia Gardens: Preservation Work of the Garden Club of Virginia, 1975-2007 (Bemiss), 2010;XXIII.2:9

A History of Wine in America (Pinney), 1991;VII.3:10

Houston’s Silent Garden: Glenwood Cemetery, 1871–2009 (Turner and Wilson), 2011;XXIV.3:8

An Illustrated Glossary of Early Southern Architecture and Landscape (Lounsbury, ed.), 1994;XI.2:10

An Infinity of Graces: Cecil Ross Pinsent, An English Architect in the Italian Landscape (Clark), 2013;XXVI.3:7

Jansma as Magnolia editor for, 1993;X.1:11

Keeping Eden: A History of Gardening in America (Massachusetts Historical Society, Punch, ed.), 1993;IX.3:8

Ladies’ Southern Florist (Rion, facsimile edition), 2001;XVII.1:12

Landscaping with Antique Roses (Druitt and Shoup), 1992;IX.1:10

Laura Woodward: The Artist Behind the Innovator Who Developed Palm Beach (Pollack, 2011), 2011;XXIV.1:9

A Legacy in Bloom: Celebrating a Century of Gardens at the Cummer (Tankard), 2009;XXII.4:11

A Lesson in Art & Life: The Colourful World of Cedric Morris & Arthur Lett-Haines (St. Clair, 2020), 2019;XXXII.4:8

The Letterbook of Eliza Lucas Pinckney, 1739-1762, 1998;XIII.4:7

A Life Among the Texas Flora, Ferdinand Lindheimer’s Letters to George Englemann (Goyne translation) (review), 1992;IX.1:9

The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty: Woodstock to Charleston (Arnold and Hoffius, eds.), 2012;XXV.2:9

The Live Oak Trail (O’Bryan), 2000;XVI.2:15

Longue Vue House and Gardens: The Architecture, Interiors, and Gardens of New Orleans’ Most Celebrated Estate (Davey and Reese), 2015;XXVIII.4:14

On the Making of Gardens (Sitwell), 2003;XVIII.4:13

Mariana Griswold Van Rensselaer: A Landscape Critic in the Gilded Age (Major), 2014;XXVII.1:7

Money, Manure & Maintenance: Ingredients for Successful Gardens of Marian Coffin Pioneer Landscape Architect 1876-1957 (Fleming), 1995;XI.4:11

Montrose: Life in a Garden (Goodwin), 2005;XX.2:12

The Morville Hours (Swift), 2011;XXIV.2:10

The Naming of Names: The Search for Order in the World of Plants (Pavord), 2006;XX.3:12

A Natural History of English Gardening, 1650-1800 (Laird), 2015;XXVIII.3:8

Nature’s Palette: A Color Reference from the Natural World (Baty), 2021;XXXIV.2:14

No One Gardens Alone: A Life of Elizabeth Lawrence (Wilson), 2004;XIX.3:12

Norah Lindsay: The Life and Art of a Garden Designer (Hayward), 2007;XXI.3:10

The Northwest Gardens of Lord & Schryver (Libby), 2022;XXXIV.4:8

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 2001;XVII.1:12

Old Time Gardens (Earle with Begg introduction), 2004;XIX.4:12

The Once & Future Gardener: Garden Writing from the Golden Age of Magazines, 1900-1940 (Clayton), 2000;XVI.2:10

Once Upon a TimeA Cemetery Story (White), 2009;XXII.4:15, 2010;XXIII.2:9

“The Only Unavoidable Subject of Regret” – George Washington, Slavery, and the Enslaved Community at Mount Vernon (Thompson), 2021;XXXIII.3:10

Our Days Are Like Full Years: A Memoir with Letters from Louis Kahn (Pattison), 2021;XXXIII.4:9

With Paintbrush & Shovel: Preserving Virginia’s Wildflowers (Kober and Ware), 2001;XVI.3:14

The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, Volume IX, The Last Great Projects (Schuyler, Kaliss, and Schlossberg, eds.), 2016;XXIX.3:10

Paradise of Exiles: The Anglo-American Gardens of Florence (Campbell), 2010;XXIII.1:12

Perennial Garden Color for Texas and the South (Welch), 1989;V.4:5

“Perfectly Delightful”: The Life and Gardens of Harvey Ladew (Weeks, review), 2000;XV.4:12

The Philadelphia Country House: Architecture and Landscape in Colonial America (Reinberger and McLean), 2016;XXIX.2:7

Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence (Ives), 2018;XXXI.3:8

Public Spaces, Private Gardens: A History of Designed Landscapes in New Orleans (Douglas), 2012;XXV.1:9

A Rage for Rock Gardening: The Story of Reginald Ferrer, Gardener, Writer & Plant Collector (Shulman), 2005;XX.1:15

Restoring American Gardens: An Encyclopedia of Heirloom Ornamental Plants 1640-1940 (Adams), 2004;XIX.1:15

The Rose Rustlers (Grant and Welch), 2017;XXX.3:10

The Royal Horticultural Society: A History, 1804-2004 (Elliott), 2004;XIX.2:14

The Sakura Obsession: The Incredible Story of the Plant Hunter Who Saved Japan’s Cherry Blossoms (Abe), 2019;XXXII.4:7

Savannah: Secret & Public Gardens (Cox), 2000;XVI.2:10

Secret and Sacred: The Diaries of James Henry Hammond, a Southern Slaveholder (Bleser, ed.), 1998;XIII.4:7

Seeking Eden: A Collection of Georgia’s Historic Gardens (Catron and Eaddy), 2018;XXXI.1:11

Selected Letters of Anna Heyward Taylor: South Carolina Artist and World Traveler (Taylor and Moore, eds.), 2011;XXIV.4:8

Shades of Green: My Life As The National Trust’s Head of Gardens, Negotiating change – care, repair, renewal (Sales), 2019;XXXII.1:10

Sketches in North Carolina USA, 1872 to 1878: Vineyard Scenes (Heath), 2003;XVIII.3:9

The Southern Heirloom Garden (Welch and Grant), 1996;XII.2:10

Taking Root: The Nature Writing of William and Adam Summer of Pomaria (Kibler), 2017;XXX.2:10

Thomas Mawson: Life, Gardens and Landscapes (Waymark), 2009;XXII.4:11

Tudor Place: America’s Story Lives Here (Buhler, ed.), 2017;XXX.1:8

Two Gardeners – A Friendship in Letters, Katharine S. White and Elizabeth Lawrence (Wilson, ed.), 2002;XVII.4:18

The Unknown Gertrude Jekyll (Wood, ed.), 2006;XX.4:17

A Village Lost And Found (May and Vidal), 2010;XXIII.3:8

Vizcaya: An American Villa and its Makers (Rybczynski and Olin), 2007;XXI.1:11

Warren H. Manning: Landscape Architect and Environmental Planner (Karson, Brown, and Allaback, eds.), 2017;XXX.4:9

Washington at the Plow: The Founding Farmer and the Question of Slavery (Ragsdale), 2022;XXXIV.3:12

William Robinson: the Wild Gardener (Bisgrove), 2008;XXII.1:13

A Year In Our Gardens: Letters (Goodwin and Lacy), 2001;XVI.4:15

A Year in the Life of an English Meadow (Garnett and Devlin), 2007;XXI.2:15

Books: In Brief. See also In Print

Money, Manure & Maintenance: Ingredients for Successful Gardens of Marian Coffin Pioneer Landscape Architect 1876-1957 (Fleming), 1995;XI.4:11

Natures Melody: A Guide to Georgia Wildflowers (Benson), 1995;XI.3:13

Boone, Kofi

Black Landscapes Matter, RSGL conference, 2019;XXXII.2:12

Booth, William

A Southern Plant List, 1999;XV.1:15

Borde Hill Garden: A Plant Hunter’s Paradise (Berridge and Glover)

review, 2022;XXXV.1:9

Bordley, John Beale

Essays and Notes on Husbandry and Rural Affairs (1799), 1988;V.2:4

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

Bore, Chevalier de

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Borough Plantation at Stateburg, SC

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:8

Bosher, Ann Herbert Hopkins

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Bosher, James

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Boston, MA

Daffodils in Cemeteries, 2003;XVIII.2:7

Boston Cemetery, GA

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

botanical drawings

The Louisiana Work of Margaret Stones, 2019;XXXII.2:1

Native Flora of Louisiana: Watercolor Drawings by Margaret Stones (in print 2018), 2019;XXXII.2:1

Botanical Exploration of Southern Africa (Gunn and Codd, 1981)

The Sage & Rosemary Tree, 2000;XVI.1:10

Botanical Garden Foundation, Inc., NC

William Lanier Hunt and, 2002;XVII.4:13

The Botanical Register (Miller)

A Sultry Southern Heirloom, Japanese Macabre and, 2022;XXXV.1:1

Botanical Research Institute of Texas

Fort Worth annual meeting tours, 2005;XX.2:9, 2006;XX.3:7

Botanic Garden and Society, SC

1810 Catalogue of Plants in, 2012;XXV.3:6

Botanic Garden at Cambridge (Harvard)

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838 and, 2014;XXVII.1:1

Botany for Ladies

Jane Welles Loudon: “First Professional Lady Gardener,” 2020;XXXIII.2:8

The Botany of the Shroud of Turin: A Floral Crime Scene Investigation

Delaware State University exhibit (in print), 2004;XIX.1:13

Botherum house, Lexington, KY

Lexington annual meeting tour, 2016;XXIX.3:7, 2017;XXX.2:6

Bott, John

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Bott, Susan Catherine Spotswood

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Bottomley, William Lawrence

Stratford Hall grounds and gardens restoration and, 2004;XIX.1:1, 2004;XIX.4:1

The Work of William Lawrence Bottomley in Richmond (O’Neal and Weeks, in print ), 1985;II.2:4

Bouanchaud, Sarita, garden

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2011;XXIV.3:5

The Bountiful Flower Garden: Growing and Sharing Cut Flowers in the South (Odenwald and Welch, 2000)

in print, 2000;XVI.1:15

Bourbon roses

Affleck on varieties best adapted to the South, 1991;VIII.1:7

Bowden, Robert

Tallahassee annual meeting speaker, 1997;XIII.2:5

Bowen, Mark

Oktober Gartenfest in Winedale, Texas, 2000;XVI.2:8

Bowen, Mark and Mary

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Bowens, Richmond

Charleston annual meeting speaker, 1992;VIII.4:12

Bowles, E. A.

‘Musk Rose’ in England and, 1994;X.3:1

Bowles, John

The Sage & Rosemary Tree, 2000;XVI.1:10

bowling greens

Evolution of the Lawn and, 2005;XX.2:5

Box Hall Plantation, FL

Tallahassee annual meeting tours, 1997;XIII.2:5

Boxwell, Mrs. R. L.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

boxwood

blight, Lynchburg annual meeting on, 2013;XXVI.2:5

at Charles Carroll House, Annapolis, MD, 1993;IX.2:1

questions regarding boxwood for restorers of Southern gardens, 1986;II.4:8

The Boxwood Bulletin

“In Search of Boxwood in Central Virginia” (Frackelton), 1988;IV.4:2

Boyd (Darnall W. and Susan F.) Foundation

Robert Mills House, Columbia, SC and, 2022;XXXIV.3:1

Boykin, Alexander Hamilton and Sara Jones Desaussure, garden

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:4

Brace, Charles Loring

Olmsted in the Antebellum South, 2006;XX.4:1

Bradberry, Charles

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Bradbury, A. Thomas

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Bradbury, Joe

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Bradley, Martha

as state Magnolia editor for Tennessee, 1987;IV.2:11, 1989;V.4:7, 1990;VII.2:15

Bradley, Richard

New Improvement on Planting and Gardening (1719–20), 1993;IX.2:1

The Sage & Rosemary Tree, 2000;XVI.1:10

Bradlye, Martha W.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Brandl, Greg

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2010;XXIII.3:6, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Brandon plantation, VA

Magnolias, Do or Die, 2012;XXV.3:1

Brandywine Nurseries, Wilmington, Del.

Edward Tatnall’s, pre-1858 catalog of, 1992;VIII.3:4

The Brandywine Valley: An Introduction to its Cultural Treasures (Wamsley)

in print, 1993;IX.3:14

Braswel, Nicholas

Mobile annual meeting speaker, 1995;XI.4:1

Braund, Kathryn E. Holland

A New World, RSGL conference, 2011;XXIV.2:1, 2011;XXIV.4:6

on William Bartram, 2011;XXIV.2:7

Breaking Ground: Examining the Vision and Practice of Historic Landscape Restoration

RSGL conference, 1998;XIII.4:1

Breaking Ground: Examining the Vision and Practice of Historic Landscape Restoration (1997)

in print, 1999;XV.1:11, 1999;XV.2:12

published on SGHS website, 2021;XXXIV.1:1

as SGHS publication, 2002;XVII.4:7

Brechter, Bart

Bayou Bend - Maintaining a Garden’s Integrity, 2003;XVIII.4:9

on Houston azaleas and garden restoration, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

on how the ‘George L. Taber’ azalea came to Bayou Bend, 2018;XXXI.4:9

Breck, Joseph

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Breckenridge, Curt

Understanding George Washington’s Upper Garden, 2010;XXIII.2:1

Breidenbach, Madeline and David

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Breland, JoAnn

International Heritage Rose Conference, Charleston, 2001;XVII.2:8

Bremo Plantation, VA. See also Lower Bremo plantation, VA; Upper Bremo plantation, VA

Historic Landscape Institute and, 1998;XIV.2:14

Monticello, Charlottesville annual meeting tours, 1987;III.3:3, 1987;IV.2:1

musk rose, Richmond annual meeting, 2012;XXV.3:8

musk rose at, 1999;XIV.4:8

Bremo Recess, VA

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Brenham, TX. See also Rosedale Nurseries, Brenham, TX

Affleck’s ‘Glenblythe’ in, 1991;VIII.1:5

annual meeting. see Washington/Fayette Counties, TX

Brenner, Kelly

A Sultry Southern Heirloom, Japanese Macabre and, 2022;XXXV.1:1

Brewer, Debbie and Thomas O.

Camden annual meeting hosts, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:4

Brewton (Miles) house, Charleston, SC

Duncan on Colonial Revival and, 1994;XI.1:1

Briarwood, LA

Caroline Dormon and, 2004;XIX.2:1, 2022;XXXIV.3:7

Briarwood Nature Preserve

Natchitoches, LA annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXV.1:2

Brice (James) House, Annapolis, MD

annual meeting tour, 1985;I.3:2, 1986;II.3:4

Queen Henrietta Maria’s Festival of Roses and Mayflowers, 1987;III.3:7

brick hemp barns

in 19th century Kentucky, 2016;XXIX.4:1

Bridgeman, Charles

The Garden Mount in Early Carolina Landscape Design, 2000;XV.4:1

Bridgeman, Thomas

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Bridges, Edwin C.

Montgomery annual meeting speaker, 1985;II.1:2, 1986;II.4:9

Bridgman, Karen

Jefferson’s visit to Painshill (1786) and, 2010;XXIII.4:1

A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia (Harriot)

on early Virginia plant collecting, 1994;XI.2:1

Briggs, Loutrel Winslow

Anne Spencer’s garden restoration, 2005;XX.1:7

Charleston annual meeting on, 2016;XXIX.2:1

Charleston Gardens and the Landscape Legacy of Loutrel Briggs (Cothran, in print), 2010;XXIII.2:14

Mepkin Abbey Gardens—Native Plant Reclamation Project, 2010;XXIII.3:4

Mulberry gardens and, 2015;XXVIII.4:12

preserving Charleston’s landscape legacy, 2004;XIX.4:9

on Sword Gate House roses, 1988;IV.3:3

Briggs, Mrs. Duncan

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Brinkley, M. Kent

Fredericksburg, VA annual meeting, 2005;XX.1:12

Garden History Seminar: 75 Years of Colonial Williamsburg’s Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:12

Garden History Seminar: The Evolution of the Williamsburg Landscape, 1999;XV.1:14

The Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg (with Chappell), 1997;XIII.2:9

Historic Landscape Institute speaker, 1998;XIV.2:14

in the news, 1997;XIII.1:12, 1997;XIII.2:11, 1998;XIV.2:15

on the professional gardener’s trade in the eighteenth century, 1997;XIII.3:1

RSGL conference speaker, 1987;III.3:4, 1996;XII.4:8, 1998;XIII.4:1

Tryon Palace gardens plan and, 1998;XIV.1:1

Tucker-Coleman garden in Williamsburg and, 1996;XII.2:1

Williamsburg annual meeting, 1994;X.4:1

on Williamsburg area gardens, RSGL conference, 1988;IV.3:15

Briskman, Holly

Mobile annual meeting and, 1995;XI.4:1

British and American Gardens in the Eighteenth Century: Eighteen Illustrated Essays on Garden History (Martin, ed.)

review, 1985;II.1:1

British Embassy gardens

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2000;XV.4:10

British Empire

A Brief Landscape History of Baton Rouge and, 2011;XXIV.3:1

Britt, Margaret

on Julia Lester Dillon, 2001;XVI.3:1

Brizer, Melissa

annual business meeting, 2007;XXI.2:14

Brockway, Lucinda

in the news, 1999;XV.2:16

Broderson, Janet W. “Weej”

Certificate of Merit, 2010;XXIII.3:5, 2010;XXIII.4:10

death of, 2014;XXVII.1:11

in the news, 1998;XIII.4:11

SGHS photos (1982–2002), 2002;XVII.4:9

Tallahassee annual meeting chair, 1994;XI.2:9, 1996;XII.3:6, 1997;XIII.2:5

Brompton Park Nursery

in England, 1997;XIII.3:1

Bron Cleveland Associates, Atlanta

LeConte-Woodmanston garden restoration and, 1986;III.1:3

Brookes, John

Southern Garden Symposium speaker, 1991;VIII.1:2

Brookgreen Gardens, Murrell’s Inlet, SC

Henry named president of, 1994;XI.1:15

Preserving 20th-century gardens of, 2007;XXI.2:1

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Plants and Garden News, on SGHS, 1988;V.2:3

Brooks, Eric

Ashland Park, Lexington, 2017;XXX.2:6

Brooks, Kenneth

Lexington annual meeting speaker, 2017;XXX.2:6

Broom, Mack

archaeology at Boone House, Tuscaloosa by, 1988;IV.3:8

The Brother Gardeners: Botany, Empire and the Birth of an Obsession (Wulf)

in print, 2009;XXII.3:8

Brotherston, R. P.

The Sage & Rosemary Tree, 2000;XVI.1:10

Broughton, Thomas

Mulberry plantation, SC and, 1991;VIII.2:1

Brousse, Roxanne

The Public-Spirited Beatrix Farrand of Mount Desert Island (in print), 2016;XXIX.4:11

Brown, Alexander

Mondawmin, MD as home of, 1991;VIII.1:1

Brown, Andrew at Magnolia Vale (Natchez garden, 1864)

Heritage Rose Foundation meeting tour of, 1993;X.1:13

Nineteenth Century Gardens Lost and Found (exhibit) on, 1987;III.3:7

Brown, Bobby

on Julia Lester Dillon, 2001;XVI.3:1

Brown, C. Allan

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Antiques magazine article on Montpelier by, 2007;XXI.1:15

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

English gardens toured by T. Jefferson and J. Adams (1786) and, 1986;II.4:5

Garden Show of Paris and Western France speaker, 1994;X.3:11

Historic Preservation article on Poplar Forest and, 1992;IX.1:13

on Historic Tidewater Gardens at Sotheby’s, 2001;XVII.2:15

Landscape Architecture magazine article on, 2001;XVI.3:13

on landscape design at Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, 2012;XXV.4:1

on landscape restoration, RSGL conference, 1996;XII.4:8

Leonie Bell Noisette rose garden at Monticello and, 1999;XIV.4:8

Monticello annual meeting, 1987;III.3:3

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 1990;VII.1:4

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

“New Perspectives on Southern Gardens” (in print), 1996;XII.3:11

“New Perspectives on Southern Gardens” (ordering information), 1997;XIII.1:10

on Palladian Gardening in the South, 1730–1830, 1991;VIII.2:10

on Poplar Forest landscape design, 1998;XIII.4:1

researching Arkansas landscape and state’s cultural history, 1985;I.2:4

research on Jacob M. J. Smith’s Arkansas garden, 1990;VI.4:1

Roman hyacinth sightings, 1991;VII.4:5

Tryon Palace gardens plan and, 1998;XIV.1:1

“The Uncommon Bodark,” in Arkansas Times Magazine, 1986;III.1:7

Unearthing the Past, RSGL conference, 2005;XX.1:10, 2005;XX.2:10

Williamsburg’s Antiques Forum speaker, 2003;XVIII.4:12

Brown, George

Mondawmin, MD purchased (1850) by, 1991;VIII.1:1

Brown, Jane

Beatrix: The Gardening Life of Beatrix Jones Farrand, 1872-1959 (review), 1995;XI.3:14

Brown, Jane Roy

Journal of the New England Garden History Society and, 2002;XVII.4:19

in the news, 2012;XXV.1:6

One Writer’s Garden: Eudora Welty’s Home Place (with Haltom, in print), 2011;XXIV.4:10

The Restored Eudora Welty Garden Ten Years On, 2014;XXVII.4:1

Brown, J. Carter

The George Mason Memorial Garden on the National Mall, 2001;XVI.3:10

Brown, Johanna

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7

Brown, Lancelot “Capability”

as English-trained gardener, 1997;XIII.3:1

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

naturalistic rural vistas by, 2011;XXIV.4:1

Brown, Marley

Garden History Seminar: 75 Years of Colonial Williamsburg’s Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:12

Brown, Mrs. John S.

Knoxville Garden Club and, 2019;XXXII.4:1

Brown, Richard H.

rare maps and images donated by, 2019;XXXII.4:12

Brown, Roy

Warren H. Manning: Landscape Architect and Environmental Planner (with Karson and Allaback, eds., review), 2017;XXX.4:9

Brown, Timothy David

Martha Berry, Robert Cridland, and the Gardens at Oak Hill, 2017;XXX.3:1

State Ambassadors Program and, 2017;XXX.3:10

Browne, D. J.

The Introduction of Princess Tree into North America, 2003;XVIII.3:11

Brown Illustrated Flora of the Northeastern United States and Adjacent Canada

on perennial pink wood sorrel, 1994;X.3:5

Brown’s Gardens (Natchez garden, 1864)

Nineteenth Century Gardens Lost and Found (exhibit) on, 1987;III.3:7

Bruin, Anne Barber

John Lee Pratt’s Chatham Manor, 2017;XXX.3:8

Brunswick, GA

Historic Squares of, 2014;XXVII.4:8

Bruton, John F.

Sarah P. Duke garden at Duke University and, 1993;IX.2:7

Bryan, Stephanie

Cultural Landscape Lab at Stratford Hall, 2012;XXV.2:1

documenting vernacular landscapes, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Bryant, Jane

imported trees, shrubs and seeds for sale in S. Carolina by, 1992;VIII.3:6

Bryant, John

imported trees, shrubs and seeds for sale in S. Carolina by, 1992;VIII.3:6

Bryant, Robert

Ballard house and garden, near Palmetto, GA visit by, 1995;XI.4:6

Bryant, William Cullen

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA and, 2012;XXV.1:1

Bryson, Ann

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

Buchanan, Marian

Oktober Gartenfest in Winedale, Texas, 2000;XVI.2:8

Buckenham, Horatio Robert

Gardening in a Golden Age, RSGL conference, 2017;XXX.2:1

Buckler, James

on Garden Club of America’s gift of historic photographs to Smithsonian, 1987;III.3:5

Buczacki, Stefan

Churchill and Chartwell: The Untold Story of Churchill’s Houses and Gardens (review), 2008;XXI.4:10

Budding, Edwin

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Buena Vista, New Castle Co., DE

Tucker on, 1992;VIII.3:4

Buford, Elizabeth F.

Ellen Biddle Shipman symposium speaker, 1998;XIV.1:12

Buhler, Leslie L.

Tudor Place: America’s Story Lives Here (review), 2017;XXX.1:8

Buist, Robert

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Louisa Cunningham and, 1993;IX.3:1

Mary Riggs Collins and the Somerset Place Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:1

on Monticello’s Caracalla Bean, 2018;XXXI.3:11

Mrs. Balfour: An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

New Orleans Town Gardeners garden library and, 1987;IV.1:9

The Rose Manual (1844, reprint), 1990;VII.2:15

The Rose Manual (1844) at Cherokee Garden Library, 1991;VII.3:8

bulbs. See also daffodils; specific types

The Arcadian Gardener on, 2014;XXVII.4:11

at Bethlehem Lutheran Church cemetery, Roundtop, TX, 1993;IX.3:6

early Daffodils in the Elizabeth Lawrence Garden, 2017;XXX.1:10

false South Carolina Gazette advertisement for, 1992;VIII.3:6

gardening with bulbs at Mountain Shoals, SC, 1838 to the present, 2011;XXIV.1:1

at LeConte-Woodmanston garden, GA, 1986;III.1:5

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

Oakland Cemetery’s Early Landscapes, 2018;XXXI.1:6

Oberwetter’s imports in Texas of, 1993;IX.4:10

The Restored Eudora Welty Garden Ten Years On and, 2014;XXVII.4:1

at Sabine Hall, 2011;XXIV.4:1

“Source List for Historic Seeds and Plants, November 1991” (Kunst and Thomforde), 1989;V.4:9, 1992;VIII.3:11

Bulkeley, Jonathan

Ellen Shipman Garden and, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

Bull, Frank Kellogg, garden

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:4

Bullard, A. J.

gardens of Historic Columbia, SC and, 2022;XXXIV.3:1

Bulletin of American Garden History

“Elizabeth Lawrence’s Garden” (Lanier), 1986;III.2:3

Samuels’ announcement of launch, 1986;II.4:5

Bullitt, Alexander Scott

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2009;XXII.4:18, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Bullitt, Kay Stammers

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2009;XXII.4:18, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Bullitt, Nora Iasigi

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2009;XXII.4:18, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Bullitt, Priscilla Christian

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Bullitt, Thomas Walker

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2009;XXII.4:18, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Bullitt, William Christian

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Bullitt, William Marshall

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2009;XXII.4:18, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Preserving 20th-century gardens of, 2007;XXI.2:1

Bullock, William

information sought on, 1989;VI.2:11

Bumgardner, Dorothy Holden “Deedy”

in the news, 2017;XXX.2:11

Bundles of Bulbs, Maryland

blue, white and pink Roman hyacinths from, 1991;VII.3:5

hyacinths from, 1991;VII.4:5

Burchfield, Laura

American Home Landscapes: A Design Guide to Creating Period Styles (with Adams, in print), 2014;XXVII.2:7

Burford, Thomas Nelson “Tom”

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Apples of North America: Exceptional Varieties for Gardeners, Growers, and Cooks (in print), 2013;XXVI.3:10

Apples of North America: Exceptional Varieties for Gardeners, Growers, and Cooks (review), 2013;XXVI.4:8

Feeding the American South, RSGL conference, 2013;XXVI.2:10

Memorial Dedication, 2022;XXXV.1:19

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2000;XV.4:10

in the news, 2013;XXVI.4:9

Unearthing the Past, RSGL conference, 2005;XX.2:10

Burgess, Sue

Returning to Our Roots, RSGL conference, 2009;XXII.4:1, 2010;XXIII.1:9

Burkmeyer garden, Charleston, SC

Duncan on Colonial Revival and, 1994;XI.1:1

Burleson County Historical Society, TX

Miss Ella’s place: restoring the common landscape of Texas and, 1988;V.1:9

Burnbaum, Charles A.

Pioneers of American Landscape Design (with Crowder, eds.), 1994;X.2:11

Burnside, Hillsborough, NC

landscape gardening and the Camerons at, 1995;XI.3:1

Burpee Seed and Nursery Catalog Collection

in Smithsonian’s horticultural collections, 1987;III.3:5

Burr, Fearing, Jr.

Field and Garden Vegetables of America (review), 1989;V.4:4

Field and Garden Vegetables of America, 3rd ed. (in print), 1989;V.4:4

Burrell, Scott

Heritage Rose Foundation’s Richmond conference and, 1994;X.4:10

Burt, Armistead

Benjamin Johnson and garden of, 1989;VI.2:7

Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville (SC) garden and, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Burton, Elaine, garden

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2010;XXIII.3:6

Burton, H. B.

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

Burwell, Abigail Smith

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Armistead (several descendants with same name)

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Christian Blair

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Dorothy Bedell

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Edward

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Ella Jenkins

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Helen Azile Rhyne

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Lewis (many descendants with same name)

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Lucy Higginson

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Margaret Anna Robertson

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Margaret Anna Spotswood

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Martha Lear

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Mary Cole Turnbull

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell, Nathaniel

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Burwell, Robert Armistead

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Burwell family, North Carolina

‘Musk Rose’ search in America and, 1994;X.3:1

Burwell Female School, Hillsborough, NC

The early garden at Chatwood, NC and, 1989;V.3:2

spring tour, 1997;XIII.1:8

Bush, Allen W.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Bush, George W. and Laura

Texas White House setting and, 2002;XVII.3:10

business meetings. See annual business meetings

Butler, Henry R. and Selena Sloan

Oakland Cemetery’s Early Landscapes, 2018;XXXI.1:6

Butler, John and Marie

‘Musk Rose’ search in Virginia and, 1994;X.3:1

Butler, Marie

Discovering the Musk Rose in America, 2001;XVII.2:1

International Heritage Rose Conference, Charleston, 2001;XVII.2:8

musk rose at Bremo Plantation, VA and, 1999;XIV.4:8

‘Old Double Musk’ rose in Hollywood Cemetery and, 1989;V.3:2

Proceedings of the 9th International Heritage Rose Conference (in print), 2002;XVIII.1:15

Butler, Nic

Charleston annual meeting speaker, 2015;XXVIII.4:12, 2016;XXIX.2:1

Butler, R. F.

on Watson’s Brenham, TX home and nursery, 1997;XIII.1:1

Butrus, Camille

Birmingham annual meeting tours, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Bybee, Faith

Commemorative Issue 2002, page 3 photograph of, 2002;XVIII.1:13

Washington/Fayette Counties, TX annual meeting and, 1993;IX.4:9

bylaws

changes to, 1986;III.2:2

minor change, Fall Board Meeting, 2007;XXI.3:14

minor change, Spring Board Meeting, 2008;XXI.4:14

on officer and director elections, 1994;X.4:6

proposed changes, 1993;IX.3:9

recommended revisions to, 2022;XXXIV.3:2

revisions discussed, 1992;VIII.4:15

Spring Board meeting, 2006;XX.3:4

summary of proposed changes to, 1987;III.3:2

Summer Board meeting (virtual) on, 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Bynum (Flora Ann) Award and Medal

to Bill Welch, 2016;XXIX.2:1, 2016;XXIX.2:10

to Davyd Foard Hood, 2018;XXXI.1:15

to Dean Norton, 2016;XXIX.2:1, 2016;XXIX.2:10

to Flora Ann Bynum, 2005;XX.1:14, 2005;XX.1:15

to Gail Griffin, 2014;XXVII.1:10

to Gordon Chappell, 2019;XXXII.2:10

to Ken McFarland, 2022;XXXIV.4:7, 2022;XXXIV.4:15

to Peggy Cornett, 2008;XXI.4:13, 2008;XXI.4:14

to Peter Hatch, 2012;XXV.3:8, 2012;XXV.3:11

Bynum (Flora Ann) Memorial Endowment

creation of, 2006;XX.3:4

to endow RSGL lectures, 2006;XX.4:11

Fall Board meeting, 2006;XX.4:15

fund update, 2012;XXV.3:10, 2021;XXXIV.1:2

questions regarding, 2019;XXXII.3:14

Texas State Ambassador’s present proceeds donated to, 2018;XXXI.4:11

Bynum, Flora Ann

ALHFAM annual conference report, 1990;VII.1:12

annual business meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:15, 2005;XX.1:15

on archaeological dig at Bethabara, 1988;V.1:2

on The Association for Living Historical Farms and Agricultural Museums, 1985;I.3:3

Biltmore annual meeting and, 1998;XIV.2:6

Catalog of Landscape Records in the United States symposium and, 1990;VII.2:11

on Catalpa differentiation, 2016;XXIX.4:9

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Chatwood Garden opening and, 1999;XV.1:11

Classic Bulbs, Hidden Treasures for the Modern Garden (Whiteside) and, 1991;VIII.2:10

Conference for the American South and, 2015;XXVIII.4:10

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11

on disaster striking Old Salem, 1989;VI.1:10

Duffy Award for Old Salem garden restoration to, 1987;IV.2:10, 1988;IV.3:13

on Eudora Welty’s garden reborn, 2001;XVI.4:13

Fall Board meeting, 1983;HTI.3:1, 1988;V.2:3, 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.3:10, 2000;XVI.2:12, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2003;XVIII.4:2, 2004;XIX.3:11

as first Bynum Award and Medal recipient, 2005;XX.1:14

on First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

400 Years of Southern Gardens and Landscapes, RSGL conference and, 1985;II.1:3

Gant’s role in the Landscape Conference and, 2016;XXIX.2:11

on greenhouse like the Battles’ in England, 1988;IV.3:8

on heirloom plant list for the South, 1996;XII.3:8

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7

on member publications list for new members, 1988;V.1:1

membership directory and, 2000;XVI.2:13

Mount Vernon annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

New England Garden History Society formation assistance, 1990;VI.3:1

New Orleans annual meeting, 2004;XIX.2:12

in the news, 1994;X.4:12, 1995;XI.3:16, 1997;XIII.3:11, 2002;XVIII.1:13, 2004;XIX.3:12

nominating committee and, 1997;XIII.1:12, 1998;XIII.4:5

North Carolina Preservation article on garden history and landscape restoration, 1987;III.3:8

Old Salem’s historic landscape restoration and, 2021;XXXIV.1:1

on perennial pink wood sorrel, 1994;X.3:5

pink Roman Hyacinth (Hyacinthus orientalis) and, 2008;XXII.2:16

The plant reporter: follow-up on pink Roman hyacinths, 1991;VII.4:5

The plant reporter: pink Roman hyacinths revisited, 1993;X.1:14

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

The plant reporter: searching for Roman hyacinths, 1991;VII.3:5

The plant reporter: the story of the Haywood crabapple in Raleigh, NC, 1991;VIII.2:8

The plant reporter: what is this flower? 1990;VI.3:8

The plant reporter: white pipes and silver bells ring in the spring, 1995;XI.3:12

publications committee and, 1986;III.1:1, 1993;IX.3:16

publications of, 1988;IV.3:14

recognized for tireless work for SGHS, 1996;XII.3:7

remembrance, 2006;XX.3:1

RSGL conference speaker, 2021;XXXIV.1:1

SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

as SGHS founder, 1985;I.2:3, 1996;XII.4:5

as SGHS Heart and Soul, 2002;XVII.4:14

SGHS organizing meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

as SGHS secretary-treasurer, 1992;VIII.4:15, 1996;XII.3:9, 1998;XIV.2:6, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Southern Plant Lists and, 1996;XII.4:12, 1998;XIV.2:6, 1999;XV.1:15

Spring Board meeting, 1991;VIII.1:9, 1994;X.4:6, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1999;XV.1:14, 2000;XV.4:9, 2001;XVI.4:13, 2003;XVIII.3:15, 2005;XX.1:15

on Sunset Hibiscus (Abelmoschus manihot), 2002;XVIII.1:15

on tea cultivation in America, 1993;IX.2:10, 1993;IX.3:14

on Virginia Hart retirement, 2019;XXXII.1:10

Wachovia botany and horticulture book planned by, 1984;I.1:5

What is this flower? “wallow” flower, 1989;VI.1:9

William Lanier Hunt remembrance by, 1996;XII.4:5, 2002;XVII.4:13

Winston-Salem Journal remembrance of, 2008;XXII.2:18

Zachary T. Bynum, Jr. obituary, 2002;XVII.3:2

Bynum, Lark

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.4:5

Bynum, Lori

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.4:5

Bynum, Zachary T., Jr. “Zack”

Fall Board meeting, 1983;HTI.3:1

Flora Ann Bynum and, 2002;XVII.4:14

Flora Ann Bynum remembrance, 2006;XX.3:1

obituary, 2002;XVII.3:2

SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

Byrd, Betty

Ballard house and garden, near Palmetto, GA visit by, 1995;XI.4:6

Byrd, Dana

Landscape, Race, and Culture, RSGL conference, 2019;XXXII.2:12

Byrd, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel

Ballard house and garden, near Palmetto, GA and, 1995;XI.4:6

Byrd, Robert L.

on Duke Library interest in garden plans, plants lists, etc., 1986;II.3:6

Byrd, William

Biological Thought in Eighteenth-Century Agriculture, 2000;XVI.2:1

Byrd, William, I

plant collecting in colonial Virginia by, 1994;XI.2:1

Byrd, William, II

Catesby’s plant collecting in colonial Virginia and, 1994;XI.2:1

on falling gardens, 2011;XXIV.4:1

Byrne, Janice Priester

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

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C

Cabell, Frances Grace

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Cabot, Francis H.

Garden Conservancy conference and, 1999;XIV.4:7

on Garden Conservancy formation, 1989;V.4:3

Cabot, Francis Higginson

Alston Lecture Series speaker, 1995;XI.3:15

in the news, 1999;XV.2:16

obituary, 2012;XXV.1:7

Cades Cove Historic District farmsteads, TN

research on, 1988;IV.3:12

Cady, Paul

student scholarship, 2014;XXVII.1:11

Caldwell, James

Valley View, GA and, 1990;VII.2:8

Caldwell, Margaret Winston

Preserving 20th-century gardens and, 2007;XXI.2:1

Calhoun, Creighton Lee, Jr.

A history of southern apples, 1992;IX.1:1

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7, 2015;XXVIII.4:5

in the news, 1993;IX.4:16

Old Southern Apples (in print), 1996;XII.3:10

Calhoun, James E.

tea cultivation at Millwood Plantation by, 1993;IX.2:10

Calhoun, John C.

Mary Catherine Rion and, 2001;XVII.2:10

Calhoun, John V.

A New World, RSGL conference, 2011;XXIV.2:1, 2011;XXIV.4:6

Calhoun, Mrs. W. F.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Callaway (Fuller E.) Foundation

Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange, GA, 2004;XIX.4:11

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, GA, 2008;XXII.1:1

Callaway (Ida Cason) Foundation

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Callaway, Alice Hand

Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange, GA, 2004;XIX.4:11

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, GA, 2008;XXII.1:1

Callaway, Cason

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, GA, 2008;XXII.1:1

Callaway, Fuller E., Jr.

Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange, GA, 2004;XIX.4:11

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, GA, 2008;XXII.1:1

Callaway, Fuller E., Sr. See also Hills & Dales Estate, LaGrange, GA

as Draper landscape architecture client, 1986;III.1:6

on Ferrell’s boxwood gardens, 2004;XIX.4:11

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, GA, 2008;XXII.1:1

Callaway, Ida

Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange, GA, 2004;XIX.4:11

Callaway, Mary Katherine

The Louisiana Work of Margaret Stones, 2019;XXXII.2:1

Callaway, Paul Faulkner “Chip”

Ayr Mount, Hillsborough, NC grounds restoration by, 1987;III.3:8

Duffy award to, 1989;V.3:4

Gardening in a Golden Age, RSGL conference, 2017;XXX.2:1

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

in the news, 1991;VIII.1:10, 1991;VIII.2:10, 2000;XVI.2:13

RSGL conference speaker, 1987;III.3:4, 1988;IV.4:9

Stratford Hall Plantation gardens, 1989;VI.2:5

Callaway Gardens, GA

Caroline Dormon and, 2004;XIX.2:1

The rise and fall of kudzu (a chronology), 1989;VI.1:3

Callcott, Way and Steve

The Woodland Garden at Tregaron, 2010;XXIII.2:6

Callicott, P. Duncan

Atlanta annual meeting, 1983;HTI.2:1

on First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

SGHS organizing meeting and, 1983;HTI.1:1

Callicott, Virginia

SGHS organizing meeting and, 1983;HTI.1:1

Callister, Henry

thermometer for Sharpe’s Annapolis orangery and, 1996;XII.3:1

Callon, John

Melrose estate, Natchez, MS and, 1994;X.2:7

Calloway, Virginia Hand

garden library of, at Cherokee Garden Library, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Calvert, Charles Benedict

Olmsted in the Antebellum South, 2006;XX.4:1

Calycanthus floridus ‘Athens’

Jane Symmes and, 2021;XXXIV.1:18

Camak, Dr.

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

Cambridge Botanic Garden (England)

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

Camden, SC

annual meeting, 2008;XXI.4:15, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:4

annual meeting planning, 2006;XX.3:4, 2006;XX.4:15, 2006;XX.4:16, 2007;XXI.1:3, 2007;XXI.2:14

Emma Holmes diary 1861–1866 on garden in, 1998;XIII.4:7

camellias

antebellum varieties in southern gardens, 1998;XIV.1:7

Arthur Solomon – Camellia Pioneer, 2013;XXVI.3:4

Country Place era in Houston and, 1993;IX.4:1

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

in the gardens of Historic Columbia, SC, 2022;XXXIV.3:1

How the ‘George L. Taber’ Azalea Came to Bayou Bend, 2018;XXXI.4:9

Magnolia Plantation, SC and, 2015;XXVIII.3:1

A Personal Plea for Preservation of, 2015;XXVIII.3:7

The Restored Eudora Welty Garden Ten Years On, 2014;XXVII.4:1

The Trials and Tribulations of a Collector (1930s), 2013;XXVI.3:5

Cameron, Louisa

The Private Gardens of Charleston (in print), 1992;IX.1:13

Cameron, Mark

African-American landscape symposium speaker, 1995;XI.4:5

Cameron, Paul and Anne

landscape gardening at Burnside, Hillsborough, NC, 1995;XI.3:1

Camp, Holley, garden

Birmingham annual meeting tours, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Campbell, Colin

Vitruvius Britannicus (The British Architect), 1993;IX.2:1

Campbell, Katie

Paradise of Exiles: The Anglo-American Gardens of Florence (review), 2010;XXIII.1:12

Campbell, Mrs. Richard A.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies

Preservation of Historic Landscapes course by, 1992;VIII.3:12

Candolle, Alphonsus de

Fort Worth botanist, 2006;XX.3:7

Cane River Creole National Heritage Park

Natchitoches, LA annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXV.1:2

Cane River National Heritage Area

Natchitoches, LA annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXV.1:2

Canfield, Tess

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Cannon, Ruth

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

Cantor, Steven L.

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Cape Fear, NC

The Southern Bartram connection, 1987;IV.1:7

Capps, Gene T.

Flora Ann Bynum remembrance, 2006;XX.3:1

on Flora Ann Bynum’s vision for Old Salem, 2015;XXVIII.4:10

RSGL conference speaker, 1994;X.2:5, 2021;XXXIV.1:1

Caracalla bean

Monticello’s Snail (Flower) or, 2018;XXXI.3:11

Cardasis, Dean

paper on James Rose available, 1994;XI.1:14

Carey, Moses, Jr.

Chatwood Garden in jeopardy and, 1989;V.3:4

Caribbean Gardens, FL

Nehrling’s development of, 1999;XIV.4:1

Caring for Your Local Cemetery

in print, 1990;VI.3:9

Carloftis, John

Botherum house, Lexington, KY, 2016;XXIX.3:7, 2017;XXX.2:6

Carlson, Chad

Francis Porcher: Surgeon, Medical Botanist, Herbal Specialist, Author, 2004;XIX.1:7

Carlyle House, Alexandria, VA

landscape restoration, 1988;IV.3:6

Carmean, Frank

Old Mill, North Little Rock, AR and, 1987;III.3:6

Carmel Plantation, Worcester Co., MD

Forman on, 1992;VIII.3:4

Carmer, Carl

Birmingham annual meeting, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Carnton Plantation, Williamson County, TN

Nashville annual meeting tour, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

“Oh How Beautiful”! 2015;XXVIII.1:1

Carolina Gardens (Shaffer, 1939)

Preserving 20th-century gardens and, 2007;XXI.2:1

publication anniversary (2009), 2006;XX.4:16

Carolina Hemlocks (Tsuga caroliniana)

historic rock garden renovation in Atlanta and, 2014;XXVII.3:8

Carolina laurelcherry (mock orange)

Montgomery annual meeting tours (1986), 1985;II.2:2

CARPA (computer-aided reverse perspective analysis)

Unearthing the Past, RSGL conference, 2005;XX.2:10

Carpenter Family

at Dunleith in Natchez, 1994;X.2:11

Carr (Anne Coppedge) Research and Director’s Endowment Fund

Cherokee Garden Library and, 2021;XXXIV.1:1

Carr, Alice

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Carr, Anne Coppedge (Mrs. Julian S.)

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Atlanta annual meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

Atlanta annual meeting (2003), 2003;XVIII.3:4, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

The Cherokee Garden Club of Atlanta: its garden library, as SGHS archives depository, 1990;VI.3:3

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1992;VIII.4:15

Elisabeth Woodburn Robertson tribute by, 1991;VII.3:8

Fall Board meeting, 1988;V.2:3, 1990;VII.2:8, 1994;XI.2:9

GCA Award for, 2001;XVI.4:13

in the news, 1992;VIII.4:14

obituary, 2005;XX.2:8

rotating off Board of Directors, 1994;XI.2:11

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6

Carr, Julian S.

Fall Board meeting and, 1990;VII.2:8

Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Shakespeare

Atlanta annual meeting tours, 1983;HTI.2:1, 1983;HTI.3:1

Carroll (Charles) House, Annapolis, MD

Annapolis annual meeting tour, 2007;XXI.2:8

The gardens at the Charles Carroll House of Annapolis, 1993;IX.2:1

Carroll, Charles

garden design resources, 1993;IX.2:1

Miller’s Gardener’s Dictionary (1760) owned by, 1988;IV.4:3

carrot hoe

William Paca’s way of gardening and, 1988;IV.4:3

Carson, W. E.

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

Carter, Bessie

on Favretti and Garden Club of Virginia, 1998;XIV.3:7

Carter, Clay

Somerset Place garden restoration committee and, 1993;IX.2:14

Carter, Elizabeth

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

Carter, Frances Tasker

Life in the Garden at Nomini Hall, 2019;XXXII.1:1

Carter, George

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2010;XXIII.3:6

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

Oatlands Plantation’s walled garden and brick dependencies and, 1992;VIII.3:3

A view of the garden at Oatlands Plantation, 1987;IV.1:12

Carter, Landon

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Fredericksburg annual meeting on (2005), 2004;XIX.3:10

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Sabine Hall and, 2011;XXIV.4:1

Carter, Robert, III

Life in the Garden at Nomini Hall, 2019;XXXII.1:1

Carter, Robert “King”

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

Carter, Thomas

early Stratford Hall garden restoration revisited, 2020;XXXIII.1:1

Carter Hall, Millwood, VA

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Carter’s Grove, Williamsburg, VA

annual meeting tours, 1994;X.2:8, 1994;X.4:1

Carver, Ada Jack

Caroline Dormon and, 2004;XIX.2:1

Carver, George Washington

David Williston: First Negro Landscape Architect, 2017;XXX.3:5

Cary, Robert

transatlantic plant trade and, 2007;XXI.1:4

Castanea dentata

American chestnut return update, 2022;XXXV.1:14

Catalog of Landscape Records in the United States. See also Wave Hill, Bronx, NY

assistance sought for, 1986;III.2:5, 1988;IV.3:2, 1990;VII.1:4

first newsletter published, 1987;IV.1:3

Historic Texas Landscapes survey and, 1998;XIV.2:5

in print, 1989;V.4:3

SGHS members attend symposium by, 1990;VII.2:11

Wave Hill landscape preservation symposium and, 1998;XIV.3:10

Catalogue of New and Select Roses (Summer and Crammond)

Ravenscroft Plantation, SC and, 1993;X.1:8

“Catalogue of Plants, Fruits and Trees Native to Virginia” (Clayton)

manuscript of, 1994;XI.2:1

Catalpa

Painshill: Remaking Elysium on Time, 2010;XXIII.4:1

The Worm Tree: The Arcadian Gardener, 2016;XXIX.4:9

catalpa worms

The Worm Tree: The Arcadian Gardener, 2016;XXIX.4:9

Cater, Alleen

Birmingham annual meeting, 2019;XXXII.2:6, 2019;XXXII.2:11

Jemison Park, Mountain Brook, Alabama: Sketches of a Streamside Preserve, 2021;XXXIII.3:18

Snowflake’ Hydrangea and Aldridge Gardens, 2018;XXXI.4:7

Catesby, Mark

Charleston visit by, 1991;VIII.2:1

Gloucester hickory and, 2003;XVIII.2:12

Magnolia masthead and, 1984;I.1:1

Magnolia Plantation, SC and, 2015;XXVIII.3:1

The Natural History of Carolina, 1992;VIII.4:14

plant collecting in colonial Virginia by, 1994;XI.2:1

as plant collector, 2010;XXIII.4:1

plant seeds to Fairchild from, 1997;XIII.3:1

Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

The Worm Tree: The Arcadian Gardener, 2016;XXIX.4:9

Cathcart, Mimi

International Heritage Rose Conference, Charleston, 2001;XVII.2:8

Cather, Willa

white pipes in Sapphira and the Slave Girl by, 1995;XI.4:10

Catherine II, Empress of Russia (Catherine the Great)

Flora Danica porcelain and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

Cato, Carl Porter

The early garden at Chatwood, NC and, 1989;V.3:2

Lynchburg’s Old City Cemetery roses, 2005;XX.1:1

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

‘Musk Rose’ search in N. Carolina and, 1994;X.3:1

Virginia Historical Highway Marker honoring, 2022;XXXIV.4:8

Catron, Staci L.

Annapolis annual meeting review, 2007;XXI.2:8

annual business meeting, 2012;XXV.3:8

Athens, GA annual meeting review, 2008;XXII.1:8, 2021;XXXIV.1:18

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Becomes New Director of the Cherokee Garden Library, 2000;XVI.2:13

on book in print, 2022;XXXIV.3:18

Camden annual meeting review, 2009;XXII.4:4

Catherine Howett Receives Award of Merit, 2015;XXVIII.3:6

on the Cherokee Garden Library, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Edward L. Daugherty, A Southern Landscape Architect, 2008;XXII.2:10

elected to SGHS board of directors, 2007;XXI.2:14

Fall Board meeting, 2012;XXV.4:11

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal to Norton and, 2016;XXIX.2:10

Flora Ann Bynum Endowment Update, 2012;XXV.3:10

Garden Club of America Honors, 2014;XXVII.2:11

on garden history canon, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

Gardening in a Golden Age, RSGL conference, 2017;XXX.2:1

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

Lexington annual meeting, 2017;XXX.2:6

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference review, 2007;XXI.3:6

Lynchburg annual meeting, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Magnolia articles review committee, 2003;XVIII.4:2

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Natchez annual meeting (20th Anniversary), 2002;XVII.4:5

in the news, 2013;XXVI.2:9, 2013;XXVI.4:9, 2017;XXX.1:11, 2018;XXXI.4:15

Remembering Anne Coppedge Carr, 2005;XX.2:8

Remembering Ryan Gainey, 2016;XXIX.3:14

Returning to Mount Vernon (annual meeting) review, 2010;XXIII.3:6

Returning to Our Roots, RSGL conference review, 2010;XXIII.1:9

on Ridout retirement, 2019;XXXII.3:13

River Capitol (annual meeting) review, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Seeking Eden: A Collection of Georgia’s Historic Gardens (with Eaddy, review), 2018;XXXI.1:11

Spring Board meeting, 2008;XXI.4:15, 2010;XXIII.3:5

State Ambassadors Program and, 2017;XXX.3:10

Two Garden Memoranda in the Sale of the Alexander Hamilton Papers at Sotheby’s, 2017;XXX.1:6

Wild Spectacle: Seeking Wonders in a World Beyond Humans (Ray, in print), 2022;XXXV.1:18

The Causeway. See Tregaron Estate, Washington, DC

Cave Hill, KY

Lexington annual meeting tours, 2017;XXX.2:6

Cecil, William A. V.

Biltmore Estate and, 1994;XI.2:8

Cedar Grove, SC

The Garden Mount in Early Carolina Landscape Design, 2000;XV.4:1

Cedar Lane Farm, GA

John and Jane Symmes and, 1989;V.4:5, 2021;XXXIV.1:18

cedars, Deodar

in Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville, SC garden, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Celebrating Central Park, 1853-2003 (Hirschl & Adler Galleries)

exhibition, 2003;XVIII.3:7

cemeteries. See also Old City Cemetery, Lynchburg, VA

Blumen auf dem Grab (flowers on the grave) Round Top cemetery, 1993;IX.3:6

Carnton Plantation, TN, 2015;XXVIII.1:1

Daffodils in, 2003;XVIII.2:7

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Grave Landscapes: The Nineteenth-Century Rural Cemetery Movement (Cothran and Danylchak, in print), 2018;XXXI.1:14

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Jansma’s RSGL presentation on, 1987;III.3:4, 1988;IV.4:9

Lexington Cemetery, 2017;XXX.2:6

Lynchburg’s Old City Cemetery roses, 2005;XX.1:1

Mobile, annual meeting tours of, 1994;XI.2:8

Mount Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge (MA), 2003;XVIII.3:12

National Trust meeting on landscape preservation speaker, 1990;VII.2:9

Old Salem’s Hidden Town Project, 2019;XXXII.3:1

Preserving 20th-century gardens of, 2007;XXI.2:1

A Sultry Southern Heirloom, Japanese Macabre and, 2022;XXXV.1:1

Cemeteries (Eggener)

review, 2011;XXIV.3:8

Centennial Park, Nashville

Nashville annual meeting tour, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

Center for Historic Resources at Texas A&M University

Welch report on, 1988;IV.3:2

Center for the Study of Southern Garden History

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta, 2003;XVIII.3:6

Central Park, An American Masterpiece: A Comprehensive History of the Nation’s First Urban Park (Miller)

review, 2003;XVIII.3:7

Central Park: A Sesquicentennial Celebration (Metropolitan Museum)

exhibition, 2003;XVIII.3:7

Central Park in Blue (Museum of the City of New York)

exhibition, 2003;XVIII.3:7

Century (magazine)

Duncan on Charleston during Colonial Revival in, 1994;XI.1:1

Certificate of Merit, SGHS

awards (2010), 2010;XXIII.3:5, 2010;XXIII.4:10

awards (2011), 2011;XXIV.3:5, 2011;XXIV.3:11

awards (2013), 2013;XXVI.2:9

awards (2014), 2014;XXVII.1:10

awards (2015), 2015;XXVIII.3:6

awards (2019), 2019;XXXII.2:11

awards (2022), 2022;XXXIV.4:2

Chalvin (John) & Co.

imported seeds for sale in S. Carolina by, 1992;VIII.3:6

Chambers, William

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

Chamblee, Mark

The Peggy Martin Rose Awards, 2011;XXIV.1:7

Chamblee, Paula

Fall Board meeting, 2004;XIX.3:11

membership directory, 2000;XV.4:13, 2000;XVI.2:13, 2001;XVI.3:9

as SGHS membership secretary, 2003;XVIII.3:14

Chamblee, Steven

Fort Worth annual meeting, 2006;XX.3:7

champion trees

at Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

Champneys, John

first recorded cross of roses in America by, 1992;IX.1:5

International Heritage Rose Conference, Charleston, 2001;XVI.4:10, 2001;XVII.2:8

Noisette roses and, 1998;XIV.2:8

Chandor (Douglas) garden (White Shadows)

Fort Worth annual meeting tours, 2005;XX.2:9, 2006;XX.3:7

The Changing Garden: Four Centuries of European and American Art (Fryberger)

exhibition catalogue, 2003;XVIII.4:14

Chapman, Mr. And Mrs. Clarence

Mulberry plantation and, 2015;XXVIII.4:12

preserving Charleston’s landscape legacy, 2004;XIX.4:9

Chappell, Gordon W.

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

annual business meeting, 2006;XX.3:4, 2018;XXXI.1:5

Colonial gardens: a Williamsburg perspective, 1994;X.4:3

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1997;XIII.2:12

Elizabeth Lawrence’s Charlotte, North Carolina Garden, 2003;XVIII.3:12

The Evolution of the Williamsburg Landscape, 1999;XV.1:14

Fall Board meeting, 1999;XV.2:14, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2004;XIX.3:11, 2006;XX.4:15, 2012;XXV.4:11

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal for, 2019;XXXII.2:10

Garden History Seminar: 75 Years of Colonial Williamsburg’s Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:12

The Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg (with Brinkley), 1997;XIII.2:9

Garden Symposium on heirloom gardening, 2004;XIX.2:9

Houston annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:12

New Orleans annual meeting, 2004;XIX.2:12

in the news, 1997;XIII.2:11, 2000;XV.4:7, 2005;XX.2:4

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 1999;XV.1:10, 2000;XV.3:9

RSGL conference speaker, 1991;VII.4:7

SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

as SGHS president, 2002;XVII.4:16, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Southern Plant Lists and, 1998;XIV.2:6, 1998;XIV.3:10, 1999;XV.1:15, 2000;XVI.2:13

Spring Board meeting, 1999;XV.1:14, 2000;XV.4:9, 2001;XVI.4:13

Tours of Gardens in Europe, 2004;XIX.1:11

Chappell, Sherrie

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

Charles, John S.

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Charleston, England

The Garden at Charleston: A Bloomsbury Garden through the Seasons (Snell), 2010;XXIII.4:10

Charleston, SC. See also Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC; Noisette, Philippe Stanislaus

1810 Catalogue of Plants in the Botanick Garden of South Carolina, 2012;XXV.3:6

annual meeting, 1990;VII.2:8, 1991;VIII.1:9, 1991;VIII.2:1, 1992;VIII.3:1, 1992;VIII.4:12

Award of Merit in South Carolina to Dargans for garden in, 1989;V.3:4

Charleston gardens: a turn of the century view, 1994;XI.1:1

The Charleston renaissance, 1999;XIV.4:10

early gardeners: plant hunters & builders of plantations, 1991;VIII.2:1

Francis Porcher as 19th-century physician in, 2004;XIX.1:7

International Heritage Rose Conference, 2001;XVI.4:10, 2001;XVII.2:1, 2001;XVII.2:8

The Life and Art of Alfred Hutty: Woodstock to Charleston (Arnold and Hoffius, eds., review), 2012;XXV.2:9

Mepkin Abbey Gardens—Native Plant Reclamation Project, 2010;XXIII.3:4

Noisette Rose Trail through, 1998;XIV.2:8

preserving landscape legacy of, 2004;XIX.4:9

The Private Gardens of Charleston (Cameron, in print), 1992;IX.1:13

Renaissance of cultural life in inter-war period in, 1999;XIV.4:10

SGHS photos (1982–2002), 2002;XVII.4:9

Sowing the Seeds of Horticulture, annual meeting (2016), 2015;XXVIII.4:12

Tenth Annual Meeting booklet and Garden Tour Booklet (available), 1992;VIII.4:15

Charleston, WV

The Craik-Patton house at, 1987;III.3:11

Charleston Courier

Chassereau advertises map making services in, 1991;VIII.2:1

seeds advertised for sale in S. Carolina in, 1992;VIII.3:6

Charleston Garden Club

preserving Charleston’s landscape legacy, 2004;XIX.4:9

Charleston Gardens (Briggs)

on Sword Gate House roses, 1988;IV.3:3

Charleston Gardens and the Landscape Legacy of Loutrel Briggs (Cothran)

in the news, 2011;XXIV.1:11

in print, 2010;XXIII.2:14

review, 2011;XXIV.2:9

Charleston Horticultural Society

Knopf Receives 1830 Award, 2004;XIX.4:8

McGee receives 1830 Award, 2012;XXV.3:7

preserving Charleston’s landscape legacy, 2004;XIX.4:9

Charleston Museum

historic Charleston homes and, 1992;VIII.3:1

The Charleston Renaissance (Stevens)

exhibition and book, 1999;XIV.4:10

Charleston Tea Plantation (now Garden)

American Classic Tea of, 1993;IX.2:10

Charleston Times

seeds advertised for sale in S. Carolina in, 1992;VIII.3:6

Charlotte, NC

Elizabeth Lawrence Garden preservation efforts, 2002;XVIII.1:14

National Register status for Elizabeth Lawrence House and Garden, 2006;XX.4:11

Charlotte Female Institute, NC

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Charlottesville, VA. See also Monticello

annual meeting, 1986;II.4:5, 1987;IV.2:1

Charter Members

SGHS organizing meeting and, 1983;HTI.3:1

Charwat, Elaine

Nature’s Palette: A Color Reference from the Natural World (Baty) and, 2021;XXXIV.2:14

Chase, Wanda

Baton Rouge annual meeting speaker, 2011;XXIV.3:7

Chase-Lloyd House, Annapolis, MD

Annapolis annual meeting tour, 2007;XXI.2:8

Chassereau, Peter

advertises map making services in Charleston, 1991;VIII.2:1

Chatham, Hugh Gwyn

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

Chatham, Martha Thurmond

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

Chatham, Richard Thurmond

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

Chatham Manor, VA

Fredericksburg, VA annual meeting tours, 2005;XX.1:12

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

John Lee Pratt’s, 2017;XXX.3:8

Lawliss Named Superintendent of the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, 2013;XXVI.3:8

Chatto, Beth

Beth Chatto: A Life With Plants (Horwood) (2020 review), 2019;XXXII.4:11

Chatwood Garden, Hillsborough, NC

Chatwood Garden Opens, 1999;XV.1:11

The early garden at, 1989;V.3:2

in jeopardy, how to help, 1989;V.3:4

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

in the news, 2001;XVI.3:13, 2001;XVI.4:12

Chaumiere, KY

Lexington annual meeting tours, 2017;XXX.2:6

Cheatham, B. F.

Stratford Hall grounds and gardens restoration and, 2004;XIX.4:1

Cheek, Leslie and Mabel Wood

Preserving 20th-century gardens of, 2007;XXI.2:1

Cheek, Richard

Gardens and Landscapes of Virginia (with Favretti, in print), 1994;X.2:11

Cheekwood, TN

Nashville annual meeting tour, 1987;IV.2:2, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

The Chelsea Gardener: Philip Miller, 1691-1771 (Le Rougetel)

review, 1990;VII.2:14

Chelsea Physic Garden, London

The John Bartram Heritage Plant Collection and, 2006;XX.3:6

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

orangery at, 1996;XII.3:1

Chene Vert, Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Chernow, Ron

Alexander Hamilton garden memoranda in Sotheby’s sale, 2017;XXX.1:6

Cherokee Garden Club of Atlanta

Cherokee Garden Library and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta

accolades for, 1998;XIV.3:9

Anne Carr Receives GCA Award and, 2001;XVI.4:13

Atlanta annual meeting tours, 1983;HTI.2:1

Catron-Sullivan becomes new director, 2000;XVI.2:13

Center for the Study of Southern Garden History, 2003;XVIII.3:6

Cothran Collection received by, 2007;XXI.2:19

Edward L. Daugherty, A Southern Landscape Architect, 2008;XXII.1:15, 2008;XXII.2:10

Elizabeth Lawrence personal library at, 1992;VIII.4:11

Fall Board meeting and, 1990;VII.2:8

Georgia Chapter Launched, 2000;XV.3:16

history and holdings of, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Magnolia bound copies available, 2000;XV.4:14

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 2000;XV.3:9

Remembering Anne Coppedge Carr, 2005;XX.2:8

as SGHS archives depository, 1990;VI.3:3, 1992;VIII.3:1

tour offered to Roberto Burle Marx gardens in Brazil, 1992;VIII.4:15

The Wild Trees author to speak at (2008), 2007;XXI.3:15

Woodburn Collection on the Historical Development of American Horticulture, 1986;III.2:4, 1990;VI.3:3, 1991;VII.3:8

Cherokee grave sites

Daffodils for, 2003;XVIII.2:7

Cherokee rose (Rosa laevigata)

Affleck on hedging with, 1991;VII.4:11

Affleck’s writing on, 1991;VIII.1:5

Cherry Sims Asian-American Garden, Atlanta

annual meeting tours, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Chesapeake

early gardening in, 1997;XIII.3:5

“Eighteenth-Century Gardens of the Chesapeake” (Sarudy), 1990;VII.2:12, 1992;VIII.3:4

South Carolina seed and nursery trade compared with, 1992;VIII.3:6

Chesapeake falling gardens

Annapolis annual meeting on, 2007;XXI.2:8

The Eighteenth-Century Gardens of Annapolis, 2007;XXI.1:1

at Hampton, Baltimore Co., 1996;XII.3:1

Landon Carter’s Sabine Hall, 2011;XXIV.4:1

Mount Airy Garden, VA and, 2016;XXIX.1:1

at Mount Clare House, Baltimore, 1996;XII.3:1

Chesnut, James, II, garden

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.3:1

Chesnut, Mary Boykin Miller

Camden annual meeting on, 2009;XXII.4:4

diary, Camden annual meeting, 2009;XXII.3:1

chestnut, American

Biltmore annual meeting on, 1998;XIV.2:1

return of, 2008;XXII.2:8

update on Virginia’s historic sites and reintroduction of, 2022;XXXV.1:14

chestnut rose

Landscape Restoration at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, 2012;XXV.4:1

Chez Coteau, Louisiana

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Chicopee, GA

as Draper landscape architecture client, 1986;III.1:6

children

disappearance of mules and, 1992;VIII.4:1

Childress family, Atlanta

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Childs, John Lewis

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

China

British plant collecting in mid-19th century, 2003;XVIII.4:1

A Sultry Southern Heirloom, Japanese Macabre and, 2022;XXXV.1:1

China and Gardens of Europe of the Eighteenth Century (Siren, 1950)

New Orleans Town Gardeners garden library and, 1987;IV.1:9

China Grove plantation, Brazoria County, TX

Cherokee rose hedging at, 1991;VIII.1:5

China roses

Affleck on varieties best adapted to the South, 1991;VIII.1:7

Welch on ‘Cramoisi Superieur’, 1994;X.4:7

Chinese Honeysuckle (Azalea indica)

characteristics, 1992;IX.1:12

Chlorophyll in His Veins: J. C. Raulston, Horticultural Ambassador (Ward)

in print, 2010;XXIII.1:13

Choate, Jim

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Chopin, Kate

Natchitoches, LA annual meeting and, 2022;XXXV.1:2

Christian, Frances Archer

Homes and Gardens in Old Virginia (with Massie, 1931), 1992;VIII.3:4

The Christian Philosopher (Mather, 1721)

Biological Thought in Eighteenth-Century Agriculture, 2000;XVI.2:1

Christianson, C. Paul

The Riverside Gardens of Thomas More’s London (in print), 2006;XX.3:14

Christie’s of New York

Garden Conservancy benefit at, 1998;XIV.3:9

The Christmas Heritage of Old Salem

Bynum (1983), 1988;IV.3:14

Christmas trees

German immigrants to Texas and, 1993;IX.4:10

Christopher, Thomas

“On The Trail with Texas Rose Rustlers,” 1987;IV.1:3

Chunnenuggee Horticultural Society

Montgomery annual meeting tours (1986), 1985;II.2:2

Church, Thomas D.

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Fort Worth annual meeting tours, 2005;XX.2:9, 2006;XX.3:7

Churchill and Chartwell: The Untold Story of Churchill’s Houses and Gardens (Buczacki)

review, 2008;XXI.4:10

Church of the Holy Cross, Stateburg, SC

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.4:8

churchyards. See also cemeteries

Blumen auf dem Grab (flowers on the grave) Round Top cemetery, 1993;IX.3:6

The landscape at Trinity Episcopal Church, Abbeville, SC, 1989;VI.2:7

citranges

at Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

citrus canker (Xanthomonas axonopodis)

George Lindley Taber and the Orchid Azalea, 2017;XXX.4:1

City Gardener (Fairchild)

use in Virginia of, 1997;XIII.3:1

City Gazette

seeds advertised for sale in S. Carolina in, 1992;VIII.3:6

Civilian Conservation Corps

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

Civil War. See also Reconstruction

Carnton Plantation, TN and, 2015;XXVIII.1:1

The Civil War Diary of Catherine Ann Devereux Edmondston, 2013;XXVI.4:1

drug acquisition for Confederate forces during, 2004;XIX.1:7

Emma Holmes diary 1861–1866 on, 1998;XIII.4:7

McMurrans in Natchez and, 1994;X.2:7

Middleton Plantation, SC and, 2015;XXVIII.3:1

Mysteries of a Mid-19th-Century Garden in Abbeville, SC, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Pomaria Nurseries, SC and its customers and, 1993;X.1:1

Claiborne, Henry

Stratford Hall grounds and gardens restoration and, 2004;XIX.4:1

Claiborne, Herbert A.

early Stratford Hall garden restoration revisited, 2020;XXXIII.1:1

Claiborne, J. F. H.

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1

Clark, Ethne

An Infinity of Graces: Cecil Ross Pinsent, An English Architect in the Italian Landscape (review), 2013;XXVI.3:7

Clark, Julia E. (Oregon nursery)

The Restored Eudora Welty Garden Ten Years On, 2014;XXVII.4:1

Clark, Kath

Painshill: Remaking Elysium on Time, 2010;XXIII.4:1

Clark, Niles, Jr.

Rosemont Preservation Society and, 2007;XXI.3:1

Clark, Niles, Sr.

Rosemont Plantation and, 1993;IX.3:1, 2007;XXI.3:1

Clark, Thomas

on hemp and flax production history in Kentucky, 2016;XXIX.4:1

Clarke, Gilmore

Blue Ridge Parkway and, 2013;XXVI.2:1, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Clarke, Lewis

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

Clark Fund for Research in Landscape Design

early Stratford Hall garden restoration revisited, 2020;XXXIII.1:1

Stratford Hall grounds and gardens restoration and, 2004;XIX.4:1

Clarkson, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin

Charlotte Board meeting tour and, 1986;III.2:3

Clarkson, Rosetta E.

Green Enchantment (reissued with T. Martin foreward), 1991;VIII.1:12

Clark Southline Equipment Company, Texas

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Classic Bulbs, Hidden Treasures for the Modern Garden (Whiteside)

in print, 1991;VIII.2:10

class system

among English-trained and Scottish-trained gardeners, 1997;XIII.3:1

Clauser, John W., Jr.

Archaeological dig at Bethabara site of 1759 vegetable garden, 1988;V.1:2

The DeRosset Garden of Wilmington, NC, 1990;VI.3:5

RSGL conference speaker, 1989;V.3:2, 1989;VI.1:12, 1989;VI.2:2

Tryon Palace gardens plan and, 1998;XIV.1:1

Clay (Clement Claiborne) papers

at Duke University, Battle-Friedman house garden research and, 1988;IV.3:8

Clay, Henry

Ashland Park, Lexington and, 2016;XXIX.3:7, 2017;XXX.2:6

Clay, James

Ashland Park, Lexington and, 2016;XXIX.3:7

Clayton, John

Gloucester hickory and, 2003;XVIII.2:12

plant collecting in colonial Virginia by, 1994;XI.2:1

Clayton, Virginia Tuttle

The Once & Future Gardener: Garden Writing from the Golden Age of Magazines, 1900-1940 (review), 2000;XVI.2:10

Clement, Ed

restoring John Steele House grounds, Salisbury, NC, 1987;III.3:8

Clemons, Charles L.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Clemson, Anna Maria Calhoun

Mary Catherine Rion and, 2001;XVII.2:10

Clemson, Thomas

Mary Catherine Rion and, 2001;XVII.2:10

Clemson University’s Landscape Architectural program

preserving Charleston’s landscape legacy, 2004;XIX.4:9

Cleveland, Mary Carolyn, garden

Birmingham annual meeting tours, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Clifton (mansion), Natchez, MS

Notes from another practitioner on historic garden research, 1988;IV.3:5

Climbing Roses Old and New (Thomas)

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

on ‘Musk Rose’ in England, 1994;X.3:1

Close, Leslie R.

Catalog of Landscape Records in America and, 1986;III.2:5

Clues to American Gardens (Weeks with Fogle and Mahan)

in print, 1987;III.3:4

Coade stone urns

Mount Airy Garden, Richmond County, VA, 2016;XXIX.1:1

Coalter, John

on Tucker’s Williamsburg garden, 1996;XII.2:1

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm (CGBG)

Arthur Solomon – Camellia Pioneer, 2013;XXVI.3:4

past is present at, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

Savannah annual meeting tours, 2014;XXVII.1:9

Stan Gray and iris paradise at, 2022;XXXIV.3:7

Coast redwood (Sequoia sempervirens)

Mysteries of a Mid-19th-Century Garden in Abbeville, SC, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Coates, Peggy

Bartram Trail Dedication in Louisiana, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

Coats, Alice M.

Garden Shrubs and Their Histories updated by J. Creech (in print), 1992;VIII.3:11

Garden Shrubs and Their Histories updated by J. Creech (review), 1993;IX.3:13

Cobb (Ella) Camp Garden, Murfreesboro, NC

Newsom’s master plan for landscape restoration and, 1989;V.3:6

Cobb (T. R. R.) House gardens

Athens, GA annual meeting tour, 2008;XXII.1:8

Cobb, James

Athens, GA annual meeting, 2007;XXI.3:5, 2008;XXII.1:8

Cochliasanthus caracalla

the Snail (Flower) or Caracalla Bean, 2018;XXXI.3:11

Cocke, John Hartwell

The Garden Club of Virginia’s Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

musk rose at Bremo Plantation, VA and, 1999;XIV.4:8

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Cockfield, SC

Charleston annual meeting tours, 2015;XXVIII.4:12, 2016;XXIX.2:1

Coffin, Marian Cruger

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference, 2007;XXI.3:6

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2009;XXII.4:18, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Preserving 20th-century gardens of, 2007;XXI.2:1

Coggins, Lucy Dos Passos

Annapolis annual meeting, 1985;I.3:2

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2000;XV.4:10, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

in the news, 1998;XIV.3:8

Cogswell, Amy

Monticello Landscape restoration, 1923-1955 and, 2010;XXIII.1:1

Coke, Fletch

Fall Board meeting, 2001;XVII.2:7

The Hermitage Landscape: Before and after the 1998 Tornado (1999 review), 1999;XV.2:13

Spring Board meeting, 2001;XVI.4:13

on tornado damage at The Hermitage, 1998;XIV.2:6

Coker, David R.

Coker’s Pedigreed Seed Co. and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Coker, William Chambers

UNC herbarium and, 2021;XXXIV.1:11

Cokesbury Female College, SC

Benjamin Johnson and garden of, 1989;VI.2:7

Colburn, Cherie Foster

Heirloom Bulbs for Today (with Wiesinger, in print 2011), 2011;XXIV.1:10

Cole, Fred C.

Affleck biography by, 1991;VIII.1:5

Cole, Karen

on Caroline Dormon, 2004;XIX.2:12

Caroline Dormon and the Gardens of Louisiana, 2004;XIX.2:1

Journal of the New England Garden History Society and, 2002;XVII.4:19

New Orleans annual meeting speaker (2004), 2003;XVIII.4:8

in the news, 2001;XVII.2:15

Cole, Les

on Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange, GA, 2004;XIX.4:11

Coleman, Lindsay

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. George

Tucker’s Williamsburg garden and, 1996;XII.2:1

Coles, Frank

Lynchburg’s Old City Cemetery roses, 2005;XX.1:1

College of William and Mary, Virginia

professional gardeners and, 1997;XIII.3:1

Colleton, James

on avoiding chemicals on food plants, 1992;VIII.4:1

Collier, C. A.

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Collins, Alethea

Somerset Place Gardens and, 2001;XVI.4:1

Collins, Josiah

Somerset Place Gardens and, 2001;XVI.4:1

Collins, Mary Riggs

Mrs. Balfour: An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

Somerset Place Gardens and, 2001;XVI.4:1

on trees at Somerset Place, 1993;IX.4:14

Collinson, Peter

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

The Evolution of the Williamsburg Landscape, 1999;XV.1:14

Jefferson’s visit to Painshill (1786) and, 2010;XXIII.4:1

The John Bartram Heritage Plant Collection and, 2006;XX.3:6

John Custis correspondence with, 2007;XXI.1:4

Mount Vernon annual meeting on, 2010;XXIII.3:6

plant collectors in colonial America and, 1994;XI.2:1

Colonial Dames of America, Texas Chapter

The Bluebonnet and the Fair Ladies of Texas, 2016;XXIX.1:11

Colonial Families of the United States

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Colonial Meets Revival

Fredericksburg annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.4:2, 2004;XIX.3:10

Colonial Revival period

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:1

early Stratford Hall garden restoration revisited, 2020;XXXIII.1:1

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC, 2018;XXXI.4:1

garden fever (1890s–late 1930s) and, 1994;XI.1:1

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

The Old-fashioned “Piony” in the South, 2020;XXXIII.1:14

Oxmoor Historic Landscape, 2009;XXII.4:18

Tryon Palace gardens plan and, 1998;XIV.1:1

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. See also Williamsburg, VA

SGHS web site steps boldly into the 21st century, 2007;XXI.2:18

color in gardens

Landscape “Mythtakes” in Historic Preservation (Favretti brochure), 1987;III.3:13

Columbia, SC

Bergholz, Summer, and the Gardens of Antebellum Columbia, SC, 2000;XV.3:11

gardens of, 2022;XXXIV.3:1

Columbia nursery

antebellum camellia varieties and, 1998;XIV.1:7

Columbia South Carolinian

as Adam Summer’s newspaper, 1993;X.1:1

Columbus, GA

Columbus Museum research on Olmsted Associates garden design, 1988;IV.3:12

Columella, Lucius Junius Moderatus

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

Comal Springs Nursery, TX

Otto Locke (1859–1927) and the Oldest Nursery in Texas, 2000;XVI.1:14

Comer, Kathleen and Braxton, garden

Camden annual meeting tours, 2009;XXII.4:8

Commander, Allen

Washington/Fayette Counties, TX annual meeting and, 1993;IX.4:9

Commercial Garden Design. See Givhan, Edgar G., II

committees, SGHS

bylaws on, 1993;IX.3:9

community gardens

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, GA, 2008;XXII.1:1

A Complete Body of Husbandry (Hale, 1759)

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

The Complete Handbook of Garden Plants (Wright)

on Oxalis rubra and other species, 1994;X.3:5

composting

William Paca’s way of gardening and, 1988;IV.4:3

Compton, Henry

plant collecting in colonial Virginia by, 1994;XI.2:1

Comstock family, Atlanta

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

concrete sculptures

Rodriguez’ Arkansas works listed in National Register of Historic Places, 1987;III.3:6

Cone, Moses

as Draper landscape architecture client, 1986;III.1:6

Confederate Cemetery

Carnton Plantation, TN, 2015;XXVIII.1:1, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

A Confederate Lady Comes of Age: The Journal of Pauline DeCaradeuc Heyward, 1863-1888 (Robertson, ed.)

review, 1998;XIII.4:7

Confederate Pyramid

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Confederate States Medical and Surgical Journal

on Porcher’s Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, 2004;XIX.1:7

Confederate States of America (Confederacy)

flower garden representing, 1996;XII.4:10

Conference on Restoring Southern Gardens and Landscapes. See Restoring Southern Gardens and Landscapes (RSGL) Conference

Conference on Southern Gardens and Landscapes. See Restoring Southern Gardens and Landscapes (RSGL) Conference

Confrey, Richard

Baton Rouge annual meeting speaker, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Conger, Inez

Caroline Dormon and, 2004;XIX.2:1

Connell, Arnall T.

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Connoisseur of Malvern studio, England

Porcelain and Decorative Arts Museum and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

Conrad, Julia Maud

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

Roman hyacinths and, 1993;X.1:14

conservation

at Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

containers for plants

in African-American yards of the rural South, 1992;VIII.4:1

Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Continental Plant Company, Kittrell, NC

Preserving 20th-century gardens and, 2007;XXI.2:1

Conversations with a Southern Gardener (Ed and Peggy Givhan)

in print, 1999;XV.2:13

Cook, Moses

Brompton Park Nursery, England and, 1997;XIII.3:1

Cooke, John Hartwell

Bremo Plantation, VA and, 1987;III.3:3

Cooleemee Plantation, NC

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference tour, 2007;XXI.1:6, 2007;XXI.3:6

Coolidge, Ellen Wayles Randolph

The painted ladies: flower gardening at Monticello, 1987;IV.2:3

Cool Spring Place, Fayetteville, NC

The Southern Bartram connection, 1987;IV.1:7

Cooper, Bill and Martin Meek

bulbs at Mountain Shoals, SC and, 1838 to the present, 2011;XXIV.1:1

Cooper, Hope

Camden annual meeting committee, 2009;XXII.4:4

Cooper, James Fenimore

Ellen Shipman Garden and, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

Cope-Jaakkola house (1868)

Savannah annual meeting tour, 2013;XXVI.2:11, 2014;XXVII.1:9

Copeland, Linda L.

Legends in the Garden, Who in the World is Nellie Stevens? (in print), 2001;XVII.2:7

Coram, Thomas

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser (exhibition), 1998;XIV.2:10

Corbin, Francis

Edenton’s Cupola House Database (available), 2006;XX.4:14

Corbin, Joan

Camden annual meeting committee, 2009;XXII.4:4

cork oak, Spanish (Quercus suber)

as Plant Introduction, 2003;XVIII.2:14

Corley, James Weaver, Jr. “Jim”

in remembrance, 2017;XXX.1:11

Roman hyacinth sightings, 1991;VII.4:5

Cornell University Library

Ellen McGowan Biddle Shipman Papers Collection at, 2021;XXXIV.2:11

Cornett, Peggy L. See also Newcomb, Peggy Cornett

American chestnut return update and, 2022;XXXV.1:14

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

Anne Spencer’s Garden Restoration Continues, 2018;XXXI.3:6

annual business meeting, 2009;XXII.4:8

Athens annual meeting, 2008;XXII.1:8

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

Biltmore annual meeting, 1998;XIV.2:1, 1998;XIV.2:6

on book in print, 2021;XXXIV.1:16

book reviews, 2004;XIX.1:15

Central Texas Gardener interview of, 2002;XVIII.1:13

Charleston annual meeting, 2016;XXIX.2:1

Cultural Landscape Lab at Stratford Hall, 2012;XXV.2:1

Fall Board meeting, 1998;XIV.3:10, 1999;XV.2:14, 2000;XVI.2:12, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2003;XVIII.4:2, 2010;XXIII.1:14, 2012;XXV.4:11

on Favretti retirement from Garden Club of Virginia, 1998;XIV.3:7

on Flora Ann Bynum, 2002;XVII.4:14

Flora Ann Bynum and the Conference for the American South, 2015;XXVIII.4:10

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal for, 2008;XXI.4:13, 2008;XXI.4:14

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal to Hood, 2018;XXXI.1:15

Flora Ann Bynum remembrance, 2006;XX.3:1

Fort Worth annual meeting, 2006;XX.3:7

Fredericksburg annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.4:2

Garden Club of Virginia Centennial activities and, 2019;XXXII.4:14

on garden history canon, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

Gardening in a Golden Age, RSGL conference, 2017;XXX.2:1

GCA recognition of, 2016;XXIX.3:15

Historic Landscape Institute and, 1998;XIV.2:14

Horticulture article on Hsu quoting, 2003;XVIII.4:12

on horticulture in Jefferson’s Day, 2004;XIX.2:10

Hortus: A Gardening Journal essay by, 2012;XXV.1:6

Houston annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:12

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Ken McFarland Receives Flora Ann Bynum Medal, 2022;XXXIV.4:15

Learning from the Past, RSGL conference, 2015;XXVIII.2:7, 2015;XXVIII.4:5

on Leonie Bell Noisette rose garden at Monticello, 1999;XIV.4:8

Lexington annual meeting, 2017;XXX.2:6

Lynchburg annual meeting, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Magnolia bound copies available, 2000;XV.4:14

Magnolia evolution and, 2002;XVII.4:5

Magnolia index and, 1998;XIV.2:6

Massachusetts Horticultural Society’ Thomas Roland Medal to, 2004;XIX.3:12

Monticello Farm & Garden Facebook posts by, 2019;XXXII.2:13

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2000;XV.4:10, 2010;XXIII.3:6, 2019;XXXII.3:12, 2021;XXXIII.3:1, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

musk rose at Bremo Plantation, VA and, 1999;XIV.4:8

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Nashville annual meeting, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

New Bern, NC annual meeting, 2001;XVI.4:14

New Orleans annual meeting, 2004;XIX.2:12

in the news, 2022;XXXIV.3:2

NPR interview on musk rose, 2001;XVII.2:15

The Old-fashioned “Piony” in the South, 2020;XXXIII.1:14

Old House Journal article on, 2003;XVIII.2:15

Old Salem’s garden programs and, 2021;XXXIV.1:1

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 1999;XV.1:10, 2000;XV.3:9

Quill & Trowel Award from Garden Writers of American to, 2001;XVI.3:13

Returning to Our Roots, RSGL conference, 2009;XXII.4:1, 2010;XXIII.1:9

Richmond annual meeting, 2012;XXV.3:8

Rosemary Verey obituary, 2001;XVI.4:2

Rosemont Plantation history and the Cunningham Family, 2007;XXI.3:1

SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

on SGHS at 20 Years and Growing, 2002;XVII.4:1

SGHS photos (1982–2002), 2002;XVII.4:9

on the Snail (Flower): Monticello’s Caracalla Bean, 2018;XXXI.3:11

Southern Plant Lists steering committee and, 1998;XIV.2:6

on south Louisiana and St. Francisville annual meeting, 1991;VII.4:1

Spring Board meeting, 1999;XV.1:14, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2010;XXIII.3:5, 2022;XXXIV.4:7

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Wall Street Journal article quoting, 2016;XXIX.1:11

Cornwell, Marty Whaley Adams, garden

Charleston annual meeting tours, 2015;XXVIII.4:12

Corrections

author’s name omitted, lead article XIX, No. 4, 2005;XX.1:14

cover photo for 2002 Commemorative Issue, 2002;XVIII.1:13

Hoe and Tell Vol. 1, No. 3 printed as No. 2, 1983;HTI.3:1

Roses of Natchez photograph credit, 1994;X.2:11

Volume IX, No. 2 printed as Vol. X, No. 1, 1993;IX.2:1

Volume IX, No. 3 printed as Vol. IX, No. 2, 1993;IX.3:1

Volume XIV, No. 1 printed as Vol. IX, No. 1, 1998;XIV.1:1

Vol. XXIII, No. 1, 2010;XXIII.2:15

Cothran (James R.) Graduate Fellowship

awards, 2022;XXXIV.4:7

Cothran (James R.) Scholarship

awards, 2018;XXXI.1:5

student, 2014;XXVII.1:11, 2019;XXXII.2:14, 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Cothran, James R. “Jim”

AHLP conference at Middleton Place speaker, 1994;X.4:9

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

on Anne Carr receiving GCA Award, 2001;XVI.4:13

annual business meeting, 2008;XXI.4:14

Athens annual meeting, 2007;XXI.3:5, 2008;XXII.1:8

Atlanta annual meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:12, 2002;XVIII.1:14, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

awards honoring, 2004;XIX.2:10, 2004;XIX.4:8

Ballard house and garden, near Palmetto, GA visit by, 1995;XI.4:6

Camden annual meeting, 2009;XXII.4:8

Certificate of Merit, 2011;XXIV.3:5, 2011;XXIV.3:11

on Charleston and the Low Country horticultural heritage, 2015;XXVIII.4:12

Charleston Gardens and the Landscape Legacy of Loutrel Briggs (in print), 2010;XXIII.2:14

Charleston Gardens and the Landscape Legacy of Loutrel Briggs (review), 2011;XXIV.2:9

Cherokee Garden Library receives garden collection from, 2007;XXI.2:19

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVII.1:9

The Cultural Landscape Foundation featuring book by, 2011;XXIV.1:11

death of, 2012;XXV.1:1

elected Fellow in American Society of Landscape Architects, 2002;XVIII.1:13

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1998;XIV.2:6

Elizabeth Lawrence’s Charlotte, North Carolina Garden, 2003;XVIII.3:12

Fall Board meeting, 1998;XIV.3:10, 2000;XVI.2:12, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2003;XVIII.4:2, 2004;XIX.3:11

Flora Ann Bynum Receives SGHS Award, 2005;XX.1:14

Fort Worth annual meeting committee, 2005;XX.1:15

Garden Conservancy’s 10th Anniversary Conference speaker, 1999;XV.2:16

Gardens and Historic Plants of the Antebellum South (in print), 2003;XVIII.4:15

Gardens and Historic Plants of the Antebellum South (review), 2004;XIX.1:14

Gardens of Historic Charleston (in print), 1995;XI.3:13

Gardens of Historic Charleston (review), 1995;XII.1:10

Georgia Chapter Launched, 2000;XV.3:16

Georgia Historic Landscape Initiative and, 2013;XXVI.4:9

Grave Landscapes: The Nineteenth-Century Rural Cemetery Movement (with Danylchak, in print), 2018;XXXI.1:14

on Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Houston annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:12

The Magazine Antiques article on, 2003;XVIII.3:13

In Memoriam, 2012;XXV.2:7

New Orleans Ol d Garden Rose Society speaker, 1997;XIII.2:11

photos of Southern Antebellum gardens or landscapes sought by, 1996;XII.2:12

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 1999;XV.1:10, 2000;XV.3:9

preserving Charleston’s landscape legacy, 2004;XIX.4:9

SGHS: An Informal History, 2002;XVII.4:3

as SGHS vice-president, 2002;XVII.4:16, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Southern Garden Heritage Conference speaker, 2000;XV.4:7

Spring Board meeting, 1999;XV.1:14, 2001;XVI.4:13, 2006;XX.3:4, 2007;XXI.2:14

Tours of Gardens in Europe, 2004;XIX.1:11

Virginia Hand Calloway Collection at Cherokee Garden Library and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

The Cottage Garden of America… (Elder, 1850)

at Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta, 1986;III.2:4

Cottage Residences (Downing)

Jarvis Van Buren: Georgia Horticulturist, Writer, Nurseryman, and Builder, 2000;XVI.1:1

cotton, cotton mills, and cotton gin

Camden, SC history and, 2009;XXII.4:4

High Cotton & Tall Columns, Athens annual meeting, 2008;XXII.1:8

Mrs. Balfour: An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

Old Salem’s Hidden Town Project, 2019;XXXII.3:1

postcard of employees’ greenhouse, LaGrange, GA, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

The Woven Landscapes of LaGrange, Georgia, 2008;XXII.1:1

Cotton, Harvey

on Affleck, at SGHS second annual meeting, 1984;I.1:6, 1996;XII.4:1

Nineteenth Century Gardens Lost and Found (exhibit) on, 1987;III.3:7

Cotton States International Exposition Company, Atlanta

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Coulter, Lynn

Gardening with Heirloom Seeds (in print), 2006;XX.3:14

Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Country Life in America

Duncan on Charleston during Colonial Revival in, 1994;XI.1:1

Country Place era

A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era (Karson), 2007;XXI.3:12

in Houston, TX, 1993;IX.4:1

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2016;XXIX.4:7

covering plants for winter protection

William Paca’s way of gardening and, 1988;IV.4:3

Covid-19 pandemic

Hidden Town Project, Old Salem and, 2021;XXXIII.3:16

President’s Report to Our Members, 2020;XXXIII.2:2

SGHS bylaws revisions due to, 2022;XXXIV.3:2

Virtual Board Meeting Report, 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Cowles, Albert

on Tucker-Coleman garden in Williamsburg, 1996;XII.2:1

Cox, Hannah, garden, Alexandria, VA

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

Cox, James A. D.

Savannah: Secret & Public Gardens (review), 2000;XVI.2:10

Cox, Paul

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Cox, Reid

Rosemont Preservation Society and, 2007;XXI.3:1

Cox, Robert “Rob”

on horticulture in Jefferson’s Day, 2004;XIX.2:10

Cox, Walter

containers for plants in yard of, Oglethorpe, GA, 1992;VIII.4:1

Coxe, Frankie

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Coxe, William

The Taliaferro Cider Apple, 2018;XXXI.1:10

Coy, James T., III

Fall Board meeting, 2004;XIX.3:11

Coy, Ruth

Fall Board meeting, 2003;XVIII.4:2, 2004;XIX.3:11

Spring Board meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:14, 2005;XX.1:15

Coyle, Mary Kay

Edenton’s Cupola House Database (available), 2006;XX.4:14

crabapple

The plant reporter: the story of the Haywood crabapple, 1991;VIII.2:8

Cragfont Plantation, TN

annual meeting tour, 1987;IV.2:2, 1988;IV.3:1

organizing meeting tours, 1983;HTI.1:1

Craig (S. Douglas and Ruth Hanes) Garden

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

Craig, Burlon

Preserving 20th-century gardens and, 2007;XXI.2:1

Craig, Jane Alice

Hills & Dales Estate in LaGrange, GA, 2004;XIX.4:11

Craighead house (1810)

Nashville annual meeting tour, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

Craighead-Jackson House, Knoxville, TN

Blount Mansion and, 2019;XXXII.4:1

Craik-Patton House, WV

at Charleston, 1987;III.3:11

Crammond, James

Bergholz, Summer, and the Gardens of Antebellum Columbia, SC, 2000;XV.3:11

on New and Special Trees of Mexico (1859), 2014;XXVII.3:1

Pomaria Nurseries, SC and, 1993;X.1:8

Crane, Elizabeth Bruce

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

crape myrtle

in Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville, SC garden, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Craver, Walter and Dorothy

Seeds with Stories: Old Salem Gathers Family Heirlooms, 2015;XXVIII.4:1

Crawford, Jane C.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

as state Magnolia editor for Arkansas, 1987;III.3:2, 1987;IV.1:14, 1987;IV.2:11

Crawford, John A.

Bergholz, Summer, and the Gardens of Antebellum Columbia, SC, 2000;XV.3:11

Crease, Thomas

as professional gardener in Virginia, 1997;XIII.3:1

Creech, David

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Texas State Ambassador’s Present “300 Years of Plants on the Move,” 2018;XXXI.4:11

Creech, John

Garden Shrubs and Their Histories (Coats) updated by (in print), 1992;VIII.3:11

Garden Shrubs and Their Histories (Coats) updated by (review), 1993;IX.3:13

Creighton, Frank W.

Biltmore Estate landscape and, 1998;XIV.2:1

Crenshaw, Ann Abigail Crenshaw

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Crenshaw, Lewis Dabney

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Crenshaw, Spotswood Dabney

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Crenshaw, Winifred Graves

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Crenshaw family, Virginia

‘Musk Rose’ search in America and, 1994;X.3:1

Crepin, Francois

confusing ‘Himalayan Musk’ with ‘Musk Rose’, 1994;X.3:1

Cresson, Lisa and David

Lynchburg annual meeting, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Crews, C. Daniel

A New World, RSGL conference, 2011;XXIV.2:1

Cridland, Robert B.

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

historic rock garden in Atlanta, 2014;XXVII.3:8

Martha Berry and the Gardens at Oak Hill and, 2017;XXX.3:1

Crips, Ann

Australian Garden History Society and, 2001;XVI.3:9

Crocker, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.

Julia Lester Dillon and, 2001;XVI.3:1

crocodile prints

at Belmont, VA, 2016;XXIX.1:9

crocus

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

Croom, Bryan

as Goodwood builder, 1996;XII.4:6

Croom, Frances Smith

Goodwood Plantation, Tallahassee and, 1996;XII.4:6

Croom, Hardy

as Goodwood builder, 1996;XII.4:6, 1997;XIII.2:5

Keeping Memory Green Symposium at Goodwood, 2001;XVII.1:8

A Southern Plant List, 1999;XV.1:15

crop rotation

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

Crouwels, Peter

in Philadelphia, roots or seeds for sale by, 1992;VIII.3:6

Crow, Bill

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 2000;XV.3:9

Crow, Rebecca

Rosemont Preservation Society and, 2007;XXI.3:1

Crowder, Florence S.

A Personal Plea for Camellia Preservation, 2015;XXVIII.3:7

Crowder, Lisa E.

Pioneers of American Landscape Design (with Burnbaum, eds.), 1994;X.2:11

Crowe, Mary Catherine, garden

Birmingham annual meeting tours, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Crowell Gardens, GA

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Crowfield Plantation, SC

Charleston annual meeting tours, 1990;VII.2:8, 1991;VIII.2:1, 1992;VIII.4:12

funding for garden structure survey at, 1990;VII.2:9

The Garden Mount in Early Carolina Landscape Design, 2000;XV.4:1

Crown, Rick

Athens annual meeting, 2008;XXII.1:8

Jane Symmes and, 2021;XXXIV.1:18

Crowninshield, Louise du Pont

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Cruickshank’s Inc., Toronto, Canada

blue, white and pink Roman hyacinths from, 1991;VII.3:5

hyacinths from, 1991;VII.4:5

Crusel, Betsy

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

annual business meeting, 2007;XXI.2:14

Fall Board meeting, 1994;XI.2:9, 1998;XIII.4:5, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2003;XVIII.4:2

Fort Worth annual meeting review, 2006;XX.3:7

New Orleans annual meeting co-chair, 2002;XVIII.1:14, 2003;XVIII.3:15, 2004;XIX.2:12

re-elected to SGHS Board, 1997;XIII.2:12

SGHS Board and, 1996;XII.3:9

SGHS photos (1982–2002), 2002;XVII.4:9

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6, 1999;XV.1:14, 2000;XV.4:9, 2001;XVI.4:13, 2007;XXI.2:14

St. Francisville, LA annual meeting coordinator, 1990;VII.1:16, 1991;VII.4:1

Crusel, Hap

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

Cryptomeria

varieties grown by Pomaria Nurseries, 1993;X.1:1

cucumber, “Uncle Jim Schutt’s”

Seeds with Stories: Old Salem Gathers Family Heirlooms, 2015;XXVIII.4:1

cucumber magnolia (Magnolia acuminata)

demise, at Montrose Nursery, 1992;VIII.4:11

Culbertson, Dianne

Rosemont Preservation Society and, 2007;XXI.3:1

Cullison, William R., III

New Orleans Town Gardeners garden library (catalog), 1987;IV.1:9, 1988;IV.4:3

Cultivating History: Exploring Horticultural Practices of the Southern Gardener (2001)

published on SGHS website, 2021;XXXIV.1:1

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF)

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Edward L. Daugherty, A Southern Landscape Architect, 2008;XXII.2:10

Ten-4-Ten Stewardship Excellence Award to McGee, 2008;XXI.4:13

Cummer Lumber Company

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting tour, 2017;XXX.4:7

Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting tour, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Cunningham, Ann Pamela. See also Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association; Rosemont Plantation, SC

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 2000;XV.4:10

Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association and, 1990;VII.1:4

national historic preservation and, 2007;XXI.3:1

on Rosemont Plantation, SC, 1993;IX.3:1

as Southern gardener at Rosemont Plantation, SC, 1995;XII.1:1

Cunningham, Hugh Banks

Rosemont Plantation and, 1993;IX.3:1, 2007;XXI.3:1

Cunningham, Louisa Bird (Mrs. Robert)

Rosemont Plantation and, 1993;IX.3:1, 2007;XXI.3:1

as Southern gardener at Rosemont Plantation, SC, 1995;XII.1:1

Cunningham, Patrick

Rosemont Plantation and, 1993;IX.3:1, 2007;XXI.3:1

Cunningham, Robert

Rosemont Plantation and family of, 1993;IX.3:1, 2007;XXI.3:1

Cunninghamia (Cunninghamia lanceolata)

Mid-19th-Century Garden in Abbeville, SC, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Cupola House Association, NC

Edenton’s Cupola House Database (available), 2006;XX.4:14

Curated Experiences

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Currier, Dana Martin

as state Magnolia editor for Louisiana, 1987;IV.1:14, 1987;IV.2:11, 1988;V.1:11

Curtis, Jane A.

on Bayou Bend historic landscape preservation, 1998;XIV.3:1

Curtis, John Henry

Kirby’s Houston Italian garden and, 1993;IX.4:1

Curtis, Moses Ashley

as botanist, Camerons at Burnside, Hillsborough, NC and, 1995;XI.3:1

Curtis, William

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

Cushing, Elizabeth Hope

Arthur A. Shurcliff – Design, Preservation, and the Creation of the Colonial Williamsburg Landscape (in print), 2014;XXVII.3:7

Arthur A. Shurcliff – Design, Preservation, and the Creation of the Colonial Williamsburg Landscape (review), 2015;XXVIII.1:9

Custis, John

early Williamsburg gardener, 1991;VIII.2:1

The Evolution of the Williamsburg Landscape, 1999;XV.1:14

Transatlantic Plant Trade and, 2007;XXI.1:4

Cuthburt, Edmund

Mepkin Abbey Gardens—Native Plant Reclamation Project, 2010;XXIII.3:4

Cyclopedia of American Horticulture (Bailey)

on ‘Musk Rose’ disappearance, 1994;X.3:1

on Oxalis rubra and other species, 1994;X.3:5

Cypress Hill (Victorian farmhouse), AL

Givhan on garden restoration at, 1985;I.2:2

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D

Daffodil Garden Club of Washington

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

daffodils

The Arcadian Gardener on, 2014;XXVII.4:11, 2015;XXVIII.2:6

“Butter and Eggs” Daffodil is Likely ‘Derwydd’ not ‘Van Sion’, 2003;XVIII.2:10

in Cemeteries, 2003;XVIII.2:7

Daffodils in Florida: A Field Guide to the Coastal South (Van Beck and Van Beck, review), 2004;XIX.3:14

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

early, in the Elizabeth Lawrence Garden, 2017;XXX.1:10

Louis LeConte’s Bulb Garden, 1813-1838, 2014;XXVII.1:1

at Mountain Shoals, SC, 1838 to the present, 2011;XXIV.1:1

Daffodils in American Gardens, 1733-1940 (Van Beck)

in print, 2014;XXVII.4:6

Daily Advertiser

seeds advertised for sale in S. Carolina in, 1992;VIII.3:6

dairy farming

Reynolda Dairy as model, 1912–30, 2013;XXVI.3:1

Dallas Area Historical Rose Group

The Yellow Rose published by, 1986;II.4:2

Dandridge, John (several descendants with same name)

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Dandridge, Nathaniel W.

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Dandridge, Sarah Rowzie

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Dandridge, William

Musk Rose in America and, 2001;XVII.2:1

Danica porcelain. See Flora Danica porcelain collection

Daniel, Mrs. Robert (Linda)

Magnolias, Do or Die, 2012;XXV.3:1

Daniels, Josephus

on Raleigh’s old “he-crab-apple tree,” 1991;VIII.2:8

Daniels, Marty

Camden annual meeting speaker, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:4

Daniels, Stephen

Art of the Garden: The Garden in British Art, 1800 to the Present Day (with Alfrey and Postle, eds., review), 2004;XIX.4:12

Danylchak, Erica

Grave Landscapes: The Nineteenth-Century Rural Cemetery Movement (with Cothran, in print), 2018;XXXI.1:14

on Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Danzenbaker, Jay

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVII.1:9

Danzer, John G.

MESDA garden seat in “Chinese taste” and, 1998;XIII.4:12

Darby Dan Farm, KY

Ashland Park, Lexington, 2017;XXX.2:6

Dare, Virginia

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

Dargan, Hugh and Mary Palmer (Dargan Landscape Architects)

AHLP conference at Middleton Place speakers, 1994;X.4:9

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Award of Merit from ASLA in South Carolina, 1989;V.3:4, 1991;VII.4:9

call for archives and, 1990;VII.2:15, 1991;VIII.2:12

Carolina Gardener article on work of, 1993;IX.2:15, 1995;XI.3:16

Charleston annual meeting coordinators, 1990;VII.2:8, 1991;VIII.1:9, 1992;VIII.4:12

drawings and papers at Cherokee Garden Library, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Historic Preservation on Charleston work of, 1990;VII.1:13, 1992;VIII.3:12

national news on private gardens designed by, 2010;XXIII.1:14

Post and Courier on donating documents on Charleston’s small gardens by, 2000;XV.4:7

on SGHS tenth anniversary photographic exhibit, 1990;VII.1:3

Southern Accents article on work of, 1992;IX.1:13

Timeless Landscape Design: The Four-Part Master Plan (in print), 2007;XXI.1:15, 2008;XXI.4:13

Views magazine on landscapes by, 2009;XXII.4:17

Dargan, Hugh G., Jr.

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1992;VIII.4:15

Fall Board meeting, 1983;HTI.3:1, 1988;V.2:3

membership brochure prepared by, 1984;I.1:4

in the news, 2000;XV.4:7, 2001;XVI.4:12

Officers and Directors of the First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

Portraying the Years, 2002;XVII.4:9

rotating off Board of Directors, 1994;XI.2:11

SGHS newsletter title and, 1983;HTI.2:2

SGHS organizing meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6

Dargan, Mary Palmer

Atlanta annual meeting (2003), 2021;XXXIV.2:1

Dargan, Mary Palmer Kelley. See also Kelley, Mary Palmer

Early Charleston gardeners: botanists, plant hunters & builders of plantations, 1991;VIII.2:1

Fall Board meeting, 1988;V.2:3

on the first decade of SGHS, 1992;VIII.3:1

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting tours, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Natchez annual meeting (20th Anniversary), 2002;XVII.4:5

National Trust meeting on landscape preservation speaker, 1990;VII.2:9

in the news, 2001;XVI.4:12

as state Magnolia editor for S. Carolina, 1989;V.4:7, 1990;VII.2:15

D’Argenville, Antoine-Joseph Dezallier

on terraces (1728), 2011;XXIV.4:1

Darke, Rick

The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden (with Tallamy, in print), 2014;XXVII.3:7

Darnton, Robert

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Darwin, Charles

Biological Thought in Eighteenth-Century Agriculture, 2000;XVI.2:1

Daschle, Tom

National Garden Breaks Ground, 2001;XVII.1:8

Daugherty, Edward L.

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Cherokee Garden Library, Atlanta and, 2021;XXXIV.2:1

A Southern Landscape Architect (retrospective), 2008;XXII.1:15, 2008;XXII.2:10

Davey, Charles

Longue Vue House and Gardens: The Architecture, Interiors, and Gardens of New Orleans’ Most Celebrated Estate (with Reese, review), 2015;XXVIII.4:14

“David O. Dodd rose”

search for, 1986;II.3:2

Davidson, Peter

Nature’s Palette: A Color Reference from the Natural World (Baty) and, 2021;XXXIV.2:14

Davidson College

as Draper landscape architecture client, 1986;III.1:6

Davidson Horticultural Symposium

From Jungles to Freeways, 1989;V.3:2

Davidson Horticultural Symposium, Second

William Lanier Hunt as speaker, 1986;II.3:3

Davies, Joseph Edward

The Woodland Garden at Tregaron, 2010;XXIII.2:6

Davis, Bernese

Moonlight Garden at Edison & Ford Winter Estates, 2006;XX.4:13

Davis, Caroline Berckmans

History of Fruitland Nurseries and Berckmans Family and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

Davis, Eve

Refining the Garden symposium speaker, 1991;VIII.1:2

Davis, Franklin, Staunton, VA nursery

A history of southern apples, 1992;IX.1:1

Davis, Jefferson

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

on LaGrange, Georgia in 1883, 2008;XXII.1:1

Davis, Mollie E. (Moore)

Adina de Zavala and, 2004;XIX.3:1

Davis, Mrs. Ovid R.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Davis, T. D.

New Education and Visitors Center for Welty House, 2007;XXI.2:13

Davis, Varina Anne

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Davy, Humphrey

Elements of Agricultural Chemistry (1813), 1988;V.2:4

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

The Day the World Ended (LeConte)

Bergholz, Summer, and the Gardens of Antebellum Columbia, SC, 2000;XV.3:11

Dayton, S. B.

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens and Historic Bamboo Farm and, 2021;XXXIII.4:1

d’Crezences, Petris

Evolution of the Lawn, 2005;XX.2:5

Dean Hall, Eufaula, AL

Montgomery annual meeting tours (1986), 1985;II.2:3

death flower

A Sultry Southern Heirloom, Japanese Macabre and, 2022;XXXV.1:1

DeBaillon, Mary

as Irisiac, Caroline Dormon and, 2004;XIX.2:1

DeBow’s Review

Affleck on hedging in, 1991;VII.4:11

Mrs. Balfour: An Antebellum Vicksburg Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:1

DeCamp, Kimberly

Garden Club of Lexington, 2017;XXX.2:6

“Decorative Plants Around Historic Alabama Homes” (Orr)

reprint of, 1985;II.1:5, 1985;II.2:1, 1988;IV.4:3

de Feriet, Louis

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Defoe, Daniel

on Kew, the Royal Botanic Gardens, 1997;XIII.1:1

DeHines, William

Bergholz, Summer, and the Gardens of Antebellum Columbia, SC, 2000;XV.3:11

Pomaria Nurseries, SC and, 1993;X.1:8

Delaney, Ted

Lynchburg annual meeting speaker, 2013;XXVI.2:5

deLashmutt, Gayle

Returning to Our Roots, RSGL conference, 2009;XXII.4:1, 2010;XXIII.1:9

deLashmutt, Gayle and Tom

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 2010;XXIII.3:6

Delaware

Delmarva: a wasteland or unexplored wilderness of horticulture? 1992;VIII.3:4

Delaware State College, later University

Claude E. Phillips Herbarium at, 1992;VIII.3:4

Herbarium Exhibit Booklet (in print), 2004;XIX.1:13

Delgado, Alfonso

Lynn R. Lowrey, Plantsman, 1999;XV.1:1

Delisi, Dianne White

Texas White House setting and, 2002;XVII.3:10

Delmarva

as wasteland or unexplored wilderness? 1992;VIII.3:4

Delong-Sweet Foundation

Brunswick, Georgia squares and, 2014;XXVII.4:8

del Tredici, Peter

Mount Vernon annual meeting speaker, 2019;XXXII.3:12, 2022;XXXIV.4:1

DeMaine, Robert B.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Denke, C. F.

The Plant Reporter on Sunset Hibiscus, 2002;XVIII.1:15

Denmark

Flora Danica prints and, 2021;XXXIV.1:7

Dent, Miriam

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Denton, Melinda

A Monograph of Oxalis, Section Ionoxalis (Oxalidaceae) in North America, 1994;X.3:5

De Re Rustica (Colmuella, 50 A.D.)

Farmer Washington at Mount Vernon, 1759-1799, 2000;XV.3:1

Derham, Erin

Garden Conservancy’s Continued Support of Fryar and Lawrence Gardens, 2012;XXV.1:7

DeRosset, Armand John, III

The DeRosset Garden of Wilmington, NC, 1990;VI.3:5

DeRosset, Eliza Jane

The DeRosset Garden of Wilmington, NC, 1990;VI.3:5

DeRosset Garden, Wilmington, NC

The DeRosset Garden of Wilmington, NC, 1990;VI.3:5

Deroy, Paula

in the news, 2003;XVIII.2:15

Deshotels, Michele

Bartram Trail Dedication in Louisiana, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

designed historic landscapes. See garden design

Designs on Birmingham, a Landscape History of a Southern City and Its Suburbs (Morris and White, eds.)

in print, 1989;VI.1:2

Design with Culture: Claiming America’s Landscape Heritage (Birnbaum and Hughes)

in print, 2005;XX.2:9

d’Esrtehan, Nicholas Noel

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Devereux, Margaret Mordecai

The Civil War Diary of Catherine Ann Devereux Edmondston and, 2013;XXVI.4:1

Devereux, Thomas Pollock

The Civil War Diary of Catherine Ann Devereux Edmondston, 2013;XXVI.4:1

Devlin, Polly

A Year in the Life of an English Meadow (with Garnett, review), 2007;XXI.2:15

Devore, Daniel and Helen

John Lee Pratt’s Chatham Manor, 2017;XXX.3:8

de Waal, Mr. and Mrs. Christian

Cave Hill, KY, 2017;XXX.2:6

DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Gallery

annual meeting tours, 1994;X.2:8

Dewson, Edward

Country Place era in Houston and, 1993;IX.4:1

Dezallier d’Argenville, Antoine-Joseph

Life in the Garden at Nomini Hall, 2019;XXXII.1:1

The Theory and Practice of Gardening (18th century), 2020;XXXIII.1:1

de Zavala, Adina Emilia (later Foch or Fock, then Hand)

correction, 1986;III.1:1

on ‘Cramoisi Superieur’ rose, 1994;X.4:7

De Zavala Garden, 1835-1870, 1986;II.4:4

In Search of a Garden, 2004;XIX.3:1

de Zavala, Augustine

Adina de Zavala and, 2004;XIX.3:1

de Zavala, Emily West

China roses in Texas and, 1994;X.4:7

De Zavala Garden, 1835-1870, 1986;II.4:4

In Search of a Garden, 2004;XIX.3:1

de Zavala, Lorenzo

In Search of a Garden, 2004;XIX.3:1

de Zavala, Lorenzo, Jr.

Adina de Zavala and, 2004;XIX.3:1

De Zavala Garden, TX

correction, 1986;III.1:1

De Zavala Garden, 1835-1870, 1986;II.4:4

sketch of proposed restoration, 1986;II.4:3

Diamond Hill Historic District, Lynchburg, VA

Lynchburg annual meeting tour, 2013;XXVI.2:5

The Diary of William Faris: The Daily Life of an Annapolis Silversmith (Letezer and Russo, eds.) (2004)

in print, 2004;XIX.1:13

Dickey, Page

Gardens in the Spirit of Place (in print), 2005;XX.2:13

Dickinson (John) Plantation, Kent Co., Del.

Tucker on, 1992;VIII.3:4

Dickinson, Todd

in the news, 1990;VII.1:13, 1991;VIII.2:10

Dicks, Roy

Green Grows the City (Nichols, reprint), 2006;XX.4:18

Dictionaire Pomologie (Leroy)

on Wm. Summer’s Hebe pear, 1993;X.1:1

Dictionary of Economic Plants (Uphof, 1968)

The Sage & Rosemary Tree, 2000;XVI.1:10

Diderot, Denis

on beekeeping, 1990;VII.2:4

Dill, Alonzo T.

Tryon Palace gardens plan and, 1998;XIV.1:1

Dillon, C. Douglas

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

Dillon, Julia Lester

Preserving 20th-century gardens and, 2007;XXI.2:1

short biography of, 2001;XVI.3:1

Dillon, William B.

Julia Lester Dillon and, 2001;XVI.3:1

d’Incarville, Pierre

The “Awful Ailanthus” A Love-to-Hate Story, 2017;XXX.1:1

dinosaur prints

at Belmont, VA, 2016;XXIX.1:9

Dirr, Michael

Refining the Garden symposium speaker, 1991;VIII.1:2

Divers, George

Jefferson’s pea-growing rivalry with, 1988;IV.4:10

Dixie Nursery, Thomasville

Daffodils in Georgia’s Landscape, 2008;XXI.4:1

Dixon, Kate

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference, 2007;XXI.3:6

Dobbs, Sam

as Draper landscape architecture client, 1986;III.1:6

documentaries

on Earle Sumner Draper, 1986;III.1:6

on Thomas Jefferson,