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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

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

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, 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

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

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

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

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

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

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 chestnut

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

return of, 2008;XXII.2:8

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

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 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 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

Andrews, Mabel Y.

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

“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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees (1802)

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

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

“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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B

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

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

Bailey, Liberty Hyde

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

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 Springs Garden, 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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, Ella Moore, garden

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

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.

Nature's 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

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 speaker, 1987;III.3:7

Berreth, David

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

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

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, 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

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

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), 2001;XVI.3:1

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

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

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

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

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

Boenker, Alexis

Cothran Scholarship for, 2018;XXXI.1:5

Boesberg, Sarah S. “Sally”

in the news, 1994;X.3:11

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, 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

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

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

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

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838) (review), 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

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

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

Nature's 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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) at Cherokee Garden Library, 1991;VII.3:8

The Rose Manual (1844, reprint), 1990;VII.2:15

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

Bull, Frank Kellogg, garden

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

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, 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

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

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 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

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

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

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, 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

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

Calvert, Charles Benedict

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

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

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

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

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 (Mrs. Julian S.)

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

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

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

The Cherokee Garden Club of Atlanta: its garden library, as SGHS archives depository, 1990;VI.3:3

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

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

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

Cato, Carl

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

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

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Becomes New Director of the Cherokee Garden Library, 2000;XVI.2:13

Camden annual meeting review, 2009;XXII.4:4

Catherine Howett Receives Award of Merit, 2015;XXVIII.3:6

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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 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

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

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

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

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

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 (The Bamboo Farm)

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

Savannah annual meeting tours, 2014;XXVII.1:9

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

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

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

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

Conrad, Julia Maud

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

Roman hyacinths and, 1993;X.1:14

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

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

Cornett, Peggy L. See also Newcomb, Peggy Cornett

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.) 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

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

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

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

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

Virtual Board Meeting Report, 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Cowles, Albert

on Tucker-Coleman garden in Williamsburg, 1996;XII.2:1

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, 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

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

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF)

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

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

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

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 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

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 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

d’Crezences, Petris

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

Dean Hall, Eufaula, AL

Montgomery annual meeting tours (1986), 1985;II.2:3

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

DeMaine, Robert B.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Denke, C. F.

The Plant Reporter on Sunset Hibiscus, 2002;XVIII.1:15

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, 2005;XX.2:4

Dodd, Emmett

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

Dodenhoffer, Donna C.

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

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

Doerflinger, Frederic

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

Dolder, Ced

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Clermont Lee and, 2014;XXVII.2:1

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

Magnolia articles review committee, 2003;XVIII.4:2

on Savannah Clermont Lee-designed garden demolished, 2020;XXXIII.1:17

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

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Dominical Letter

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Donaldson, Robert

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

Donaldson, Susan Gaston

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

Dooley, James and Sallie. See also Maymont Estate, Richmond, VA

of Maymont estate, Richmond annual meeting, 2012;XXV.3:8

Dormon, Caroline

Caroline Dormon and the Gardens of Louisiana, 2004;XIX.2:1

Hurricane Katrina and Wild Garden of, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Hurricane Katrina’s impact on New Orleans gardens of, 2005;XX.2:1

New Orleans annual meeting session on, 2003;XVIII.4:8, 2004;XIX.2:12

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

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

Dormon, Ruth

Caroline Dormon and the Gardens of Louisiana, 2004;XIX.2:1

Dormon, Virginia

Caroline Dormon and the Gardens of Louisiana, 2004;XIX.2:1

Doty, Gresdna

The Louisiana Work of Margaret Stones, 2019;XXXII.2:1

Doubleday, Frank Nelson

as Country Life in America publisher, 1994;XI.1:1

double digging

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

Doucette, TX

photos as lumber town circa 1900, 1993;IX.4:12

Douglas, William Lake

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

Public Spaces, Private Gardens: A History of Designed Landscapes in New Orleans (review), 2012;XXV.1:9

RSGL conference speaker, 1994;X.2:5

as state Magnolia editor for Louisiana, 1989;VI.1:9, 1990;VII.2:15

Dove, James Anthony, Jr. “Tony”

Clark Botanical Garden, Long Island and, 1994;XI.1:16

as new Tyron Palace horticulturist, 1991;VIII.2:11

RSGL conference speaker, 1994;X.2:5

Dowling, Elizabeth

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

Downer, Jay

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

Downing, Andrew Jackson

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

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

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

George Kidd and, 2019;XXXII.3:7

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

The Introduction of Princess Tree into North America, 2003;XVIII.3:11

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

Landscape Gardening and Rural Architecture, 1987;III.3:13

Lost Gardens of New England (exhibition), 2001;XVI.3:9

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

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

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

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

on Pomaria Nursery fruit, 1993;X.1:1

Downing, James

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

Down to Earth: Practical Thoughts for Passionate Gardeners (Rochester)

in print, 2009;XXII.3:10

Dracocephalum

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

Draper, Earle Sumner

documentary on, 1986;III.1:6

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

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

Drayton, Ann Fox

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

Drayton, Charles

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

Drayton, Hester Middleton

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

Drayton, John

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

Drayton, John Grimke

azaleas and camellias ordered from Pomaria Nurseries by, 1998;XIV.1:7

Magnolia Plantation, SC and, 1994;XI.1:1, 2015;XXVIII.3:1

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

Drayton, Julia Ewing

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

Drayton, Rebecca Perry

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

Drayton, Thomas

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

Drayton Hall, SC

Charleston annual meeting tours, 1990;VII.2:8, 1992;VIII.4:12

George McDaniel and, 2015;XXVIII.2:11

Michaux Connection to, 2003;XVIII.2:1

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

Dream Gardener: Pioneer Nurseryman Bertrand H. Farr (Edmonds)

review, 2008;XXII.2:1

Dreer, Henry A.

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

on Oxalis rosea and other species, 1994;X.3:5

drift planting

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

Driggers, Bonnie S.

American Botanical Paintings: Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic (in print), 2014;XXVII.2:7

Dripping Springs, TX

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

droughts

historic, references sought regarding, 1986;III.1:2

Druid Hills Civic Association, Atlanta

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

Druitt, Liz

annual meeting tours and, 1995;XI.4:1

Heritage Rose Foundation meeting speaker, 1993;X.1:13

Landscaping with Antique Roses (with Shoup, in print), 1992;VIII.4:15

Landscaping with Antique Roses (with Shoup, review), 1992;IX.1:10

in the news, 1992;VIII.4:14, 1997;XIII.2:11, 1999;XV.1:16

The Organic Rose Garden (in print), 1996;XII.3:10

Passing of, 2019;XXXII.1:10

Philippe S. Noisette biographical sketch, 1992;IX.1:5

rescue of the autumn-blooming ‘Musk Rose’, 1994;X.3:1

Drummond, Marion

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

Baton Rouge annual meeting coordinator, 2010;XXIII.4:8, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Certificate of Merit, 2013;XXVI.2:9

Fall Board meeting, 2006;XX.4:15, 2007;XXI.3:14, 2008;XXI.4:15

in the news, 2013;XXVI.1:11

obituary, 2013;XXVI.3:11

Richmond annual meeting tours, 2012;XXV.3:8

Spring Board meeting, 2007;XXI.2:14

Drummond, Thomas

Fort Worth botanist, 2006;XX.3:7

Druse, Ken

Refining the Garden symposium speaker, 1991;VIII.1:2

Du Bois, W. E. B.

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

Dudley, Paul

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

Dudley House and Farm, near Gainesville, FL

as vernacular garden, now a State Park, 1997;XIII.2:1

Dudly, Ed

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

Duell, Charles

AHLP conference at Middleton Place speaker, 1994;X.4:9

Charleston annual meeting speaker, 1992;VIII.4:12

National Trust meeting on landscape preservation speaker, 1990;VII.2:9

RSGL conference speaker, 1991;VII.4:7

Duff, Robert Crews

Italian garden at Houston home of, 1993;IX.4:1

Duffields, Camden, SC

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

Duffy (Minnette C.) Award

to Bellamy Mansion, Wilmington, NC, 1998;XIV.3:9

to Chip Callaway for 1988, 1989;V.3:4

first, to Bynum, 1987;IV.2:10, 1988;IV.3:13

to Mac Newsom, 1990;VI.3:9

to Nancy Goodwin, 1995;XI.3:11

Duhamel du Monceau, Henri-Louis

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

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Duke University

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

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

Library interest in garden plans, plants lists, catalogs, and other documents, 1986;II.3:6

origins of the Sarah P. Duke Gardens at, 1993;IX.2:7

symposium celebrating Terraces at, 1997;XIII.3:12, 1998;XIV.1:12

Dulany, Mary

on Carroll garden completion, Annapolis, 1993;IX.2:1

Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

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

Don Smith’s retirement from, 1992;IX.1:13

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

Mount Vernon annual meeting tours, 1989;VI.2:1, 1990;VII.1:4, 2000;XV.4:10

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

softball game, Acorns challenge Mount Vernon Marauders in, 1992;IX.1:13

Dumbarton Oaks: Eighty Years of Change

Griffin at Second Annual Bellefield Design Lecture on, 2007;XXI.1:8

Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy

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

Dunagan, Hubert Lee

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Dunaway, Diane

on Monticello’s pea-growing contest, 1988;IV.4:10

Dunaway Gardens Restoration, Inc.

seeking restoration donations, 1983;HTI.2:2

Dunbar, George T.

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Dunbar, William

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1

Duncan, Frances

on Charleston area gardens at the turn of the century, 1994;XI.1:1

Duncan, Kathleen D.

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

Dungy, Camille

Anne Spencer’s garden restoration, 2005;XX.1:7

Dunleith (Natchez garden, 1864)

Nineteenth Century Gardens Lost and Found (exhibit) on, 1987;III.3:7

Dunn, Lee

annual business meeting, 2018;XXXI.1:5

Birmingham annual meeting, 2019;XXXII.2:6

Catherine Howett Receives Award of Merit, 2015;XXVIII.3:6

in the news, 2013;XXVI.4:9, 2015;XXVIII.4:15

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

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Dunson, Joseph E.

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

Dupont, Bill

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

du Pont, Henry Francis

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

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Du Pont, William

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

Dupriest, Ellen and Faye

The Peggy Martin Rose: as Katrina survivor, 2006;XX.3:5

Durand, Herbert

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

Durden, Robert F.

origins of Sarah P. Duke Gardens at Duke University, 1993;IX.2:7

Durham, NC

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

Dutch Gardens, Inc., New Jersey

The plant reporter: searching for Roman hyacinths, 1991;VII.3:5

Dutch hoe

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

Dyer, Delce

on Cades Cove Historic District farmsteads, 1988;IV.3:12, 1989;VI.2:2

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E

Eaddy, Mary Ann

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

in the news, 2013;XXVI.4:9, 2018;XXXI.4:15

Seeking Eden: A Collection of Georgia’s Historic Gardens (with Catron, review), 2018;XXXI.1:11

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

Earle, Alice Morse

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

Earle, A. Scott

Lewis and Clark’s Green World, the Expedition and its Plants (with Reveal, in print), 2004;XIX.1:13

Earley, Larry

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

Early American Life (EAL)

“An 18th-Century Kitchen Garden” (Berckman) in Garden 1988 of, 1988;IV.4:2

McFarland on, 2016;XXIX.3:9

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

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

The Earth in Her Hands: 75 Extraordinary Women Working in the World of Plants (Jewell)

in print, 2020;XXXIII.1:15

Earth on Her Hands: The American Woman in Her Garden (Ockenga)

in print, 1999;XV.2:13

publication of, 1998;XIV.3:9

Earth Patterns: Essays in Landscape Archaeology (Kelso & Most, eds.)

in print, 1990;VII.1:15

review, 1991;VII.3:9

Eastern Shore, MD

annual meeting, 1994;X.2:10, 1994;X.4:6, 1994;XI.2:9, 1996;XII.2:12, 1996;XII.3:6, 1996;XII.3:7

old roses and furniture, 1992;VIII.3:4

East Texas Historical Journal

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

Eccleston family

The Garden Mount in Early Carolina Landscape Design, 2000;XV.4:1

Echols, Gordon

Center for Historic Resources at Texas A&M University and, 1988;IV.3:2

Washington/Fayette Counties, TX annual meeting speaker, 1993;IX.4:9

Edankrall. See Spencer (Anne) House and Garden

Eddison, Sydney

A Passion for Daylilies: The Flowers and the People (in print), 1993;IX.4:15

Eddleman, Edith

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Classic Bulbs, Hidden Treasures for the Modern Garden (Whiteside) and, 1991;VIII.2:10

A Southern Garden (Lawrence, in print) and, 1992;VIII.4:11

symposium celebrating Elizabeth Lawrence and, 1993;IX.2:13

Eden

John Hill and authorship of, 1998;XIV.3:11

Edenton, NC

Cupola House Database, available, 2006;XX.4:14

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

Edgar, Walter B.

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

Edge, Faye

Rosemont Preservation Society and, 2007;XXI.3:1

Edible Memory: the Lure of Heirloom Tomatoes and Other Forgotten Foods (Jordan)

in print, 2015;XXVIII.2:9

Edison, Mina Miller and Thomas Alva

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

Edison & Ford Winter Estates, FL

Fort Myers annual meeting tour (2012), 2011;XXIV.1:10, 2011;XXIV.2:8

Moonlight Garden at, 2006;XX.4:13

Edmonds, George H.

Dream Gardener: Pioneer Nurseryman Bertrand H. Farr (review), 2008;XXII.2:1

Edmonds, Mary W.

on daffodils in cemeteries, 2003;XVIII.2:7

Edmondson, John

information sought on Hygeia (small town of retirement), Ludlow, KY, 1989;VI.2:11

Edmondston, Catherine Ann Devereux

The Civil War Diary of, 2013;XXVI.4:1

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

as Southern gardener in N. Carolina, 1995;XII.1:1

Edmondston, Patrick

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

Edmonston, Kate, diary of

Newsom’s master plan for Murfreesboro, NC landscape restoration and, 1987;IV.1:5

Edwards, Elliott

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

Edwards, Gina M.

on Tallahassee annual meeting, 1996;XII.4:6

Edwards, John D.

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Edwards, Margo

index of Magnolia, Vols. I–XIV and, 1998;XIII.4:5

Eggener, Keith

Cemeteries (review), 2011;XXIV.3:8

Egmont (Lord) Amelia Island plantation, FL

Bartram visit (1766), 2017;XXX.4:7

Eichberg, Albert

Brunswick, Georgia squares and, 2014;XXVII.4:8

Eidt, Mrs. Edward D.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

eighteenth century

Annapolis gardens, 2007;XXI.1:1

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Colonial American garden exceptionalism, 1997;XIII.3:5

Colonial gardens: a Williamsburg perspective, 1994;X.4:3

Colonial Herb Garden, as myth, 2005;XX.2:14

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

Early Charleston gardeners: botanists, plant hunters & builders of plantations, 1991;VIII.2:1

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

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

flax production in Kentucky, 2016;XXIX.4:1

The Garden Mount in Early Carolina Landscape Design, 2000;XV.4:1

George Washington’s pleasure garden, rebirth of, 1987;IV.1:10

Honey in the hive: eighteenth century beekeeping in North Carolina, 1990;VII.2:4

John Custis and the Transatlantic Plant Trade, 2007;XXI.1:4

LaGrange, Georgia, woven landscapes of, 2008;XXII.1:1

Landscape “Mythtakes” in Historic Preservation (Favretti brochure), 1987;III.3:13

The Maryland orangeries, 1996;XII.3:1

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

Natchez gardens, 2001;XVII.1:1

Nomini Hall, life in the garden at, 2019;XXXII.1:1

Painshill: Remaking Elysium on Time, 2010;XXIII.4:1

The professional gardener’s trade in, 1997;XIII.3:1

South Carolina seed merchants and nurserymen before 1820, 1992;VIII.3:6

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

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

tea cultivation in America, earliest records of, 1993;IX.2:10, 1993;IX.3:14

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

Elder, Walter

The Cottage Garden of America… (1850), 1986;III.2:4

El Don, Hurst Creek, Dorchester, Co., MD

Forman on, 1992;VIII.3:4

election of 1846

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

Elements of Agricultural Chemistry (Davy)

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

Elgin Botanic Garden

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

Eliot, Charles

Charles Eliot, Landscape Architect (review), 2000;XV.3:15

Elizabeth and Her German Garden

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

Elizabethan Gardens, Manteo, NC

Hood on Raleigh/Roanoke Island voyage 400th anniversary, 1987;IV.1:5

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

Elizabeth II, Queen of England

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

Ellen Shipman and the American Garden (Tankard)

review, 2018;XXXI.4:12

Ellerslie, VA

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

Elliot, Stephen, Jr.

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

Elliott, Bishop

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

Elliott, Brent

RHS Bicentenary: The Year of Gardening, 2004;XIX.1:11

The Royal Horticultural Society: A History, 1804-2004 (review), 2004;XIX.2:14

Elliott, Stephen

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

Ellis, Ralph N., garden

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

Ellis, Thomas Harding

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Ellwanger and Barry (New York)

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

Elmendorf Farm, KY

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

The Elms (Natchez garden, 1864)

Nineteenth Century Gardens Lost and Found (exhibition) on, 1987;III.3:7

Elms Court, Natchez, MS

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

a Natchez Garden, 2001;XVII.2:14

Elmwood Cemetery, Charlotte, NC

The early garden at Chatwood, NC and, 1989;V.3:2

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

‘Musk Rose’ search in N. Carolina and, 1994;X.3:1

Elmwood Hall Estate, Ludlow, KY

information sought on, 1989;VI.2:11

email discussion group

Heirloom Flowers E-Group, 2000;XVI.2:14

Emanis, Rebel Eloy and Georgia Marquette

The Arcadian Gardener on, 2014;XXVII.4:11, 2016;XXIX.4:9

Emerson, Jon

Bayou Bend garden management plan, 1998;XIV.3:1

The Louisiana Work of Margaret Stones, 2019;XXXII.2:1

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

Emerson and Associates, Baton Rouge, LA

Bayou Bend garden management plan, 1998;XIV.3:1

Emmet, Alan

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

Empedocles

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

An Encyclopaedia of Plants (Loudon, 1836)

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

Encyclopedia of Southern Culture

Hood as contributor to, 1994;XI.2:11

endangered plants

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

endowment funds, SGHS. See also Bynum (Flora Ann) Memorial Endowment

how to establish, 2019;XXXII.3:14

England

American native plants in, 1994;XI.2:1

Painshill: Remaking Elysium on Time, 2010;XXIII.4:1

Englemann, George

Lindheimer’s plant collecting in Texas and, 1993;IX.4:10

English, Anne Knapp

on Biltmore Estate’s Approach Road, 1988;IV.3:12

English Garden History Society

A Model for the Future, 2002;XVII.4:17

English gardens

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

English Pleasure Gardens (Nichols)

in print, 2003;XVIII.2:15

review, 2003;XVIII.4:13

English-trained gardeners

in eighteenth century Virginia, 1997;XIII.3:1

English Tudor revival

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

Engstorm, Mary Clare

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

Enlightenment

Tradescant's Ark (plant collections) and, 1994;XI.2:1

Epic Tomatoes: How to Select and Grow the Best Varieties of all Time (LeHoullier)

in print, 2015;XXVIII.2:9

Epstein, Susan McLeod

Catalogue of Plants in the Botanick Garden of South Carolina (1810), 2012;XXV.3:6

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

Fall Board meeting, 2012;XXV.4:11

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Erdeljac, Diane

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

Ernst, Friederich

as father of German immigration in Texas, 1993;IX.4:10

Ernst Conservation Seeds, Penna.

Painshill: Remaking Elysium on Time, 2010;XXIII.4:1

Ervenberg, Louis

as German immigrant to Texas, 1993;IX.4:10

Ervendberg, Louis and Eleonore Reimaarz

Fort Worth botanists, 2006;XX.3:7

Erwin, William R., Jr.

Alabama horticultural research and, 1988;IV.3:8

Erwin Mills cemetery, Durham, NC

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

Esquiline Hill Nursery, GA

1891–92 catalog at Duke Library, 1986;II.3:6

George Kidd and, 2019;XXXII.3:7

Essay on Calcarious Manures (Ruffin, 1832)

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

Essays and Notes on Husbandry and Rural Affairs (Bordley)

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

Eufaula, AL

Montgomery annual meeting tours (1986), 1985;II.2:3

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

Europa Nostra medal

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

Europe

garden tours of, 2004;XIX.1:11

Eustis, Edith Morton (Mrs. William Corcoran)

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

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

A view of the garden at Oatlands Plantation, 1987;IV.1:12

Eustis, William Corcoran

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

A view of the garden at Oatlands Plantation, 1987;IV.1:12

Evans, Augusta Jane

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

Evans, Jo Nichols (Mrs. U. B.)

Caroline Dormon and the Gardens of Louisiana, 2004;XIX.2:1

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

The First Regional Chapter, 2000;XV.4:15

In Memoriam, 1991;VIII.1:10

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

Evans, Mrs. James P., Jr.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Evans, Oliver

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

Evans, Richard Low

Magnolia masthead design, 1984;I.1:1, 1985;I.3:1

SGHS stationery design, 1985;I.3:1

Evans, Sally Kittredge

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane translation by, 1995;XI.3:16

Evelyn, John

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

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

Royal Society and, 1994;XI.2:1

The Evening Garden (Loewer)

in print, 1993;X.1:16

Everett, John

tour offered to Roberto Burle Marx gardens in Brazil and, 1992;VIII.4:15

Evergreen Plantation, LA

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

Everleigh, Samuel

seeds for sale in S. Carolina by, 1992;VIII.3:6

Evermay, Washington, DC

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

Everything for the Garden (Tankard, Nylander, Emmet and Begg)

in print, 2019;XXXII.4:13

Ewen, Charles

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

Ewing, Carrie

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

Executive Committee, SGHS. See also officers, SGHS

bylaws on, 1993;IX.3:9

Page as immediate past-president appointed to, 1997;XIII.1:12

exhibitions and catalogues

The Art of Gardening: Maryland Landscapes and the American Garden Aesthetic, 1730–1930, 1985;II.1:4

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

The Botany of the Shroud of Turin: A Floral Crime Scene Investigation (in print), 2004;XIX.1:13

From Botany to Bouquets: Flowers in Northern Art,” 1999;XIV.4:7

Celebrating Central Park, 1853-2003 (Hirschl & Adler Galleries), 2003;XVIII.3:7

Central Park: A Sesquicentennial Celebration (Metropolitan Museum), 2003;XVIII.3:7

Central Park in Blue (Museum of the City of New York), 2003;XVIII.3:7

The Changing Garden: Four Centuries of European and American Art (Fryberger), 2003;XVIII.4:14

The Charleston Renaissance (Greenville County, SC, Museum of Art), 1999;XIV.4:10

The Gardens at Hatfield House (Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury), 2004;XIX.4:15

The Garden Seed Inventory (Whealy, ed.), 1985;II.1:4

The Gardens of Ellen Biddle Shipman, 1997;XIII.3:12, 1998;XIV.1:12

George Inness and the Visionary Landscape (Bell), 2003;XVIII.4:14

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

Images of Nature, Creations of Man: Natural History and the Decorative Arts, 1992;VIII.4:14

International Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Victoria and Albert Museum, 2004;XIX.4:15

Lost Gardens of New England, 2001;XVI.3:9

materials sought for N. and S. Carolina pleasure, kitchen, and scientific gardens for, 1989;VI.2:11

Pathways to the Past: Highlights from the Cherokee Garden Library, 2003;XVIII.3:4

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser, 1998;XIV.2:10

Redoute to Warhol: Bunny Mellon’s Botanical Art (exhibition catalog), 2017;XXX.1:7

The Roman Remains: John Izard Middleton's Visual Souvenirs, 1820–1823, 1998;XIV.2:10

Shaping the Landscape Image, 1865-1910: John Douglas Woodward, 1997;XIII.2:7

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

Tenth Anniversary Display of SGHS Meeting Records, 1990;VII.2:16

The Writer in the Garden, British Library, 2004;XIX.4:15

Eyre, Thomas and Eyre Hall

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

Eyres, Patrick

Painshill: Remaking Elysium on Time, 2010;XXIII.4:1

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F

Fagan, Gwen

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

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

Fairchild, David

awards Nehrling Meyer Medal from USDA, 1999;XIV.4:1

Fairchild, Thomas

Hoxton, England nursery of, 1997;XIII.3:1

Fairey, John (nurseryman)

Houston annual meeting tours, 1999;XV.1:13

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

Fairntosh Plantation, NC

Camerons and, 1995;XI.3:1

Fairvue Plantation, TN

Nashville annual meeting tour, 1987;IV.2:2, 1988;IV.3:1

organizing meeting tours, 1983;HTI.1:1

Falconer, William

on Galveston gardens, TX in 1875, 2004;XIX.3:1

Kew Gardens training and subsequent career of, 1997;XIII.1:1

falling gardens, in the Chesapeake

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

Falmouth, VA

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

The Family Kitchen Gardener (Buist)

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

Faria, Emilia

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

Faris, William

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

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

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

The Eighteenth-Century Gardens of, 2007;XXI.1:1

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

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

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

Farish, Hunter Dickinson

Life in the Garden at Nomini Hall, 2019;XXXII.1:1

Farley, Blanche

Cherokee Garden Library, 2000;XVI.2:13

index of Magnolia, Vols. I–XIV and, 1998;XIII.4:5

Farley, Catharine J.

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

Farmer and Gardener (Augusta GA)

Berckmans (PJA) and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

The Farmer and Planter

Adam Summer and Stokes as co-editors of, 1993;X.1:1

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

Farmer’s Dictionary (Gardner, 2nd. ed., 1855)

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

Farmington (estate, now a country club), Charlottesville, VA

Jefferson’s pea-growing rivalry with Mr. Divers at, 1988;IV.4:10

Farm Security Administration photos

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

Farnsworth, Jean

Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville, SC, garden and, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Farquharson, John

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

Farr, Bertrand H.

as pioneer nurseryman, 2008;XXII.2:1

Farrand, Beatrix

Beatrix: The Gardening Life of Beatrix Jones Farrand, 1872-1959 (Brown), 1995;XI.3:14

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

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

landscape restoration at Green Springs Garden, 2015;XXVIII.4:15

The Public-Spirited Beatrix Farrand of Mount Desert Island (Brousse, in print), 2016;XXIX.4:11

Second Annual Bellefield Design Lecture on, 2007;XXI.1:8

Fashion (Louisiana plantation)

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

Faulkner, William

Caroline Dormon and, 2004;XIX.2:1

Faust, Inez

kitchen yard of (1939), 1992;VIII.4:1

Favretti, Joy

For Every House a Garden (with Favretti) (in print), 1990;VII.1:15

Landscapes and Gardens for Historic Buildings (with Favretti), 1998;XIV.3:7

Landscapes and Gardens for Historic Buildings (with Favretti, in print), 1991;VIII.2:10

Favretti, Rudy J.

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

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program speaker, 1986;II.3:5

on Bacon’s Castle garden research, as RSGL conference speaker, 1988;IV.3:15

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

concludes twenty-year association with Garden Club of Virginia, 1998;XIV.3:7

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

For Every House a Garden (with Favretti) (in print), 1990;VII.1:15

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

on gardening authors who influenced our pleasure grounds, RSGL conference, 1989;VI.1:12, 1989;VI.2:2, 1994;X.2:5

on garden layout at Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11, 2001;XVII.1:9

on garden restoration in Wilmington, NC, 1990;VI.3:7

Gardens and Landscapes of Virginia (with Cheek, in print), 1994;X.2:11

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

John Steele House grounds restoration, Salisbury, NC and, 1987;III.3:8

on landscape and restoration link, RSGL conference, 1998;XIII.4:1

Landscape “Mythtakes” in Historic Preservation (brochure), 1987;III.3:13

Landscapes and Gardens for Historic Buildings (with Favretti, in print), 1991;VIII.2:10

Monticello, Charlottesville annual meeting tours, 1987;IV.2:1

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

Montpelier garden restoration and, 1990;VII.2:2

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

National Trust meeting on landscape preservation speaker, 1990;VII.2:9

in the news, 1990;VII.2:11, 1991;VII.3:11, 1992;VIII.3:12, 2000;XV.3:16

Oatlands restoration and, 1992;VIII.3:3

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

RSGL conference “how-to” sessions and, 1988;IV.4:9, 1993;IX.3:16

RSGL conference speaker, 1989;V.3:2, 1996;XII.4:8

on trees, RSGL conference, 1991;VII.4:7

on University of Virginia gardens and ground, RSGL conference, 1987;III.3:4

“What’s New in Old Landscapes” at RSGL conference, 1988;IV.4:9

Fayetteville, Arkansas

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

Fayetteville, NC

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

Fayetteville Garden Club, NC

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

Fearnbach, Heather

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

Fechner, Cynthia L.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Federal period

Recreating a Federal period garden in eastern NC, 1988;V.2:4

Rosemont Plantation, 2007;XXI.3:1

Feliciana, LA

St. Francisville, LA annual meeting tours, 1991;VII.3:1

Felstone Company, at Biltmore

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

Felts, Shirley

A Southern Garden (Lawrence, in print) and, 1992;VIII.4:11

Feltus, Mrs. Charles C.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

fencing

Old Salem properties and, 1994;X.2:1

Source list for historic seeds and plants, 1989;V.4:9

Fendall Hall (Young-Dent home) Eufaula, AL

Montgomery annual meeting tours, 1985;II.2:3

Fenstermaker, Bebe and Mary

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

Fenyvesi, Charles

on Middleton Place, SC, history and garden restoration, 1986;II.4:6

Ferguson, Edna W.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Ferguson, Susan K.

Honey in the hive: eighteenth century beekeeping in North Carolina, 1990;VII.2:4

ferme ornee (ornamental farm)

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

Ferrell, Blount

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

Ferrell, Sarah Coleman, gardens, LaGrange, GA

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

Callaway on, 2004;XIX.4:11

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

Festival Hill Institute, Round Top, TX

annual meeting tours, 1993;IX.2:14

Few, William F.

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

Field, John

Brompton Park Nursery, England and, 1997;XIII.3:1

Field and Garden Vegetables of America (Burr)

3rd ed. (in print), 1989;V.4:4

review, 1989;V.4:4

Fields, Lisco

alarm at pesticide use on gardens by, 1992;VIII.4:1

Fields of Vision: Essays on the Travels of William Bartram (Braud and Porter)

Catron on garden history canon and, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

Filoli Center

AABGA NetGuide update, 2004;XIX.2:11

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

Filson Historical Society

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2016;XXIX.4:7

Finch, Bill

annual meeting tours and, 1995;XI.4:1

in the news, 2003;XVIII.2:15

Findlay brothers, Baltimore

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

Firth, Ian

on AHLP conference at Middleton Place, 1994;X.4:9

Atlanta annual meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:12

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

Georgia Chapter Launched, 2000;XV.3:16

Fisher, Dale

Botherum house, Lexington, KY, 2016;XXIX.3:7, 2017;XXX.2:6

Fisk College

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

Fithian, Philip Vickers

Life in the Garden at Nomini Hall, 2019;XXXII.1:1

Mount Airy Garden, VA and, 2016;XXIX.1:1

FitzGerald, John and Frederick

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

Fitzpatrick, Benjamin and Mary

annual meeting tours, 1986;II.4:9

Jasmine Hill Gardens, Montgomery, AL and, 1985;I.2:2

Fitzpatrick, John T. See also Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants

American Nurseryman article on perennials and biennials and, 1991;VIII.1:10

Antique Flowers, a Guide to Using Old Fashioned Species in Contemporary Gardens (Whiteside) and, 1988;V.2:3

Back in Thyme on Historic Plants Symposium and, 1998;XIII.4:11

book review, 1990;VII.2:14, 1997;XIII.1:10

on bulbs and perennials, RSGL conference, 1987;III.3:4

Classic Bulbs, Hidden Treasures for the Modern Garden (Whiteside) and, 1991;VIII.2:10

Ellen Biddle Shipman symposium speaker, 1997;XIII.3:12, 1998;XIV.1:12

Green Scene on Center for Historic Plants and, 1992;VIII.3:12

on hyacinths from White Flower Farm, 1991;VII.4:5

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

joins Garden Conservancy as Projects Manager, 1994;X.2:10

Mid-Atlantic Country on historic preservation and, 1994;X.4:12

New York Times on TJCHP and, 1990;VII.2:11

Noisette rose study garden in Charleston and, 1998;XIV.2:8

notes on Jacob Smith’s plant list, 1844–1859 in Arkansas, 1990;VI.4:3

Pacific Horticulture on Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants and, 1992;IX.1:13

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

on primary sources and garden restorers, RSGL conference, 1988;IV.4:9

research on Jacob M. J. Smith’s Arkansas garden, 1990;VI.4:1

Roman hyacinth research by, 1991;VII.3:5

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

on The Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants, 1987;IV.2:7

Flagler, Henry

Florida in 19th century and, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Flanders, Annette Hoyt

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

flax (Linum usitatissimum)

Kentucky production history, 2016;XXIX.4:1

Fleming, Bryant

Lipton Tea Company and, 1993;IX.2:10

Page’s annual meeting paper on, 1988;V.1:1

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

Fleming, C. C. “Pat”

Bayou Bend garden maintenance, 2003;XVIII.4:9

Bayou Bend’s Diana Garden design and, 1998;XIV.3:1

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

Fleming, Fox and Juanita

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

Fleming, Nancy

Money, Manure & Maintenance: Ingredients for Successful Gardens of Marian Coffin, Pioneer Landscape Architect, 1876-1957 (in print), 1995;XI.3:13

Money, Manure & Maintenance: Ingredients for Successful Gardens of Marian Coffin Pioneer Landscape Architect 1876-1957 (review), 1995;XI.4:11

Fleming, Sarah

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

Fleming, Sheldon

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVII.1:9

Fleming, Walter

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

Fletcher, Inglis

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

Flippin, Perkins Massie Morton

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

The Flora and Fauna of Boston Cemetery Old Part (Potts)

on daffodils in cemeteries, 2003;XVIII.2:7

Flora Brasiliae Meridionalis (Saint-Hilaire, 1824–1833)

on Oxalis rubra, 1994;X.3:5

Flora Caroliniana (Walter)

as first American botany work during eighteenth century, 1991;VIII.2:1

Francis Porcher: Surgeon, Medical Botanist, Herbal Specialist, Author, 2004;XIX.1:7

Flora Caroliniana Award

for Bill Hunt, 1996;XII.4:5

Florae lugduano-batavae flores (Herrmann), 1690

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

Flora Illustrata: Great Works from the LuEsther T. Mertz Library of The New York Botanical Garden (Fraser and Sellers eds.)

in print, 2014;XXVII.4:6

Floral Hall, KY

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

Flora Virginica (Gronovius)

Clayton and publication of, 1994;XI.2:1

Flore francaise (Lamarck, 1778)

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

Florence, Mrs. I. J.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Florence, Mrs. Thomas

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Flores, Richard

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

Florida. See also Fort Myers, FL; Jacksonville, FL

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

Daffodils in Florida: A Field Guide to the Coastal South (Van Beck and Van Beck, review), 2004;XIX.3:14

Dr. Henry Nehrling–plant pioneer of, 1999;XIV.4:1

First Coast annual meeting (2018), 2017;XXX.4:7

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

Hurricanes Hit Southern Gardens, 2004;XIX.3:12

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

rural, vernacular gardens of, 1997;XIII.2:1

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

Florida Explored: The Philadelphia Connection in Bartram’s Tracks (Bennett)

in print, 2020;XXXIII.1:15

Flower and Herb Exchange

in print, 1990;VII.1:15

The Flower-Garden Display’d

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

The Flower Grower

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

Flowers, Albert

Flowery Dale Plantation, NC and, 1986;II.3:8

Flowers, Henry

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

Flowers, John B., III

additional Board term for, 1988;V.1:7

Atlanta annual meeting, 1983;HTI.2:1

Board meeting at Charlotte and, 1986;III.2:3

brief biography, 1985;I.2:3

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Edenton’s Cupola House Database (available), 2006;XX.4:14

essay, in British and American Gardens in the Eighteenth Century, 1985;II.1:1

Fall Board meeting, 1985;II.2:3

on First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

on Flowery Dale Plantation garden, eastern North Carolina, 1835-1878, 1986;II.3:8

as Magnolia Essays editor, 1987;IV.1:2

publications committee and, 1986;III.1:1

Recreating a Federal period garden in eastern NC, 1988;V.2:4

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

as SGHS founder, 1985;I.2:3, 1996;XII.4:5

as SGHS newsletter editor, 1983;HTI.2:2

SGHS organizing meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

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

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

Flowers, Judith C.

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1992;VIII.4:15

publications committee and, 1993;IX.3:16

rotating off Board of Directors, 1994;XI.2:11

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6

Flowers, Margaret Kornegay

Flowery Dale Plantation, NC and, 1986;II.3:8

Flowers, Mrs. Graydon, Jr.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Flowers, Mrs. Graydon, Sr.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Roman hyacinth sightings, 1991;VII.4:5

Flowers, Robert L.

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

Flowers, Sarah and Elizabeth

Flowery Dale Plantation, NC and, 1986;II.3:8

Flowers, Sarah Martin

Flowery Dale Plantation, NC and, 1986;II.3:8

Flowery Dale Plantation, NC

flower garden, vegetable garden, and orchard plans, 1986;II.3:7

The garden at Flowery Dale Plantation, eastern North Carolina, 1835-1878, 1986;II.3:8

Floyd, David

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

Floyd, John

Montgomery annual meeting speaker, 1985;II.1:2, 1986;II.4:9

Flynt, Drake

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

Foch, Henry (or Fock)

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

Fogle, David P.

Clues to American Gardens (with Weeks and Mahan, in print), 1987;III.3:4

Folan, Ragan

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

Foley, Roger

Williamsburg's Glorious Gardens (in print), 1997;XIII.2:9

Folk Art Center, Blue Ridge Parkway

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

Folse , John

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

Fonde (Henry) house, Mobile, AL, 1995;XI.4:1

food preservation and cooking

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

Foote, Leonard E.

Native Shrubs & Woody Vines of the Southeast (with Jones), 1989;VI.1:2

Forbes, Janet

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

Ford, Henry and Clara. See also Edison & Ford Winter Estates, FL

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

The Forest (Dunbar’s plantation)

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1

For Every House a Garden (Favretti and Favretti)

in print, 1990;VII.1:15

The Formal Garden: The Tradition of Art and Nature (Laird)

in print, 1993;IX.3:14

Forman, Henry Chandlee

Tidewater Maryland Architecture and Gardens, 1992;VIII.3:4

Forsyth, William

A Treatise on the Culture and Management of Fruit Trees (1802), 1988;V.2:4, 1996;XII.2:1

Forti, John

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11

Fort Myers, FL

annual meeting (2012), 2011;XXIV.1:10, 2011;XXIV.2:8

Fort Stewart Army Engineers

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

Fortune, Robert

as mid-19th century plant collector in China, 2003;XVIII.4:1

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

Fort Worth, TX

From Prairies to Gardens annual meeting, 2005;XX.1:15, 2005;XX.2:9, 2006;XX.3:7

Fort Worth Botanic Garden

Fort Worth annual meeting tours, 2005;XX.2:9, 2006;XX.3:7

Fosson, Sue

Lexington annual meeting steering committee, 2017;XXX.2:6

Foster, Carla

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Foulds, H. Eliot

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

foundation plantings

Landscape “Mythtakes” in Historic Preservation (Favretti brochure), 1987;III.3:13

Founding Gardeners (Wulf)

in print, 2011;XXIV.2:7

fountains, cast-iron

Brunswick, Georgia squares and, 2014;XXVII.4:8

in Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville, SC garden, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Fowler, Charles

Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville (SC) garden and, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Fox, Stephen

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

Foy's (John) Seed Store

seeds advertised for sale in S. Carolina by, 1992;VIII.3:6

Frackelton, Carter

Fredericksburg annual meeting (2005) planning, 2003;XVIII.4:2

Frackelton, Decca Gilmer (Mrs. Robert)

Fredericksburg annual meeting (2005) planning, 2003;XVIII.4:2

obituary, 2004;XIX.4:8

“In Search of Boxwood in Central Virginia” in The Boxwood Bulletin by, 1988;IV.4:2

SGHS information for Garden Club of Virginia by, 1986;III.2:4

France

The plant reporter: searching for Roman hyacinths, 1991;VII.3:5

Frank, Marie

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

Franklin, Benjamin

S. Carolina wine production and, 1992;VIII.3:6

Franklin, Daniel Berry

in the news, 2000;XV.4:7, 2010;XXIII.1:14

obituary, 2004;XIX.1:9

Franklinia alatamaha census

to commemorate Bartram 300 celebration, 1998;XIV.2:7

Fraser, Charles

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser (exhibition), 1998;XIV.2:10

Fraser, Frederick

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser (exhibition) and, 1998;XIV.2:10

Fraser, James

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser (exhibition) and, 1998;XIV.2:10

Fraser, John

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

Walter’s Flora Caroliniana (1788) and, 2004;XIX.1:7

Fraser, Susan M.

Flora Illustrata: Great Works from the LuEsther T. Mertz Library of The New York Botanical Garden (with Sellers eds., in print), 2014;XXVII.4:6

Redoute to Warhol: Bunny Mellon’s Botanical Art (exhibition catalog in print), 2017;XXX.1:7

Fraulinghuysen, J. S.

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

Freas, Dan

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

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

Frederick Law Olmsted: Plans and Views of Public Parks (Beveridge, Meier, and Mills, eds.)

in print, 2015;XXVIII.2:8

Fredericksburg, VA

annual meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:14, 2004;XIX.3:10, 2004;XIX.4:1, 2005;XX.1:12

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

Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park

Lawliss named superintendent, 2013;XXVI.3:8

Freeman, Ellen B. H.

monthly Magnolia magazine (1840s) and, 1984;I.1:1

Freer, Ruskin

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

French, Catherine

Camden annual meeting committee, 2009;XXII.4:4

French Botanical Garden, SC

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

French explorers or settlers

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

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1

“Frenchman's Map”

of Williamsburg in 1782, 1994;X.4:3

French Quarter, New Orleans

annual meeting tour, 2004;XIX.2:12

Frett, Susan Bliss

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Fries, Adelaide L.

What is this flower? 1989;VI.1:9

Frincke, W. C.

Blount Mansion, Knoxville and, 2019;XXXII.4:1

Frischkorn, Rebecca T.

Anne Spencer’s garden, 2005;XX.1:7

From Botany to Bouquets: Flowers in Northern Art

(exhibition), 1999;XIV.4:7

From Generation to Generation: A History of St. Luke’s Episcopal Parish, Salisbury, North Carolina (Hood)

in print, 2007;XXI.1:15

From Prairies to Gardens (2006)

Fort Worth annual meeting, 2005;XX.1:15, 2005;XX.2:9, 2006;XX.3:7

From the First to the 21st

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Fruitland Nurseries, Augusta, GA

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

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

Berckmans Family history and, 2002;XVIII.1:1

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

1858 catalog at Duke Library, 1986;II.3:6

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

Plant Introductions – Chinese Wisteria and Spanish Cork Oak, 2003;XVIII.2:14

Pomaria Nurseries compared with, 1993;X.1:8, 1993;X.1:9

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

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

seed catalogs, at Cherokee Garden Library, 1990;VI.3:3

southern apples history and, 1992;IX.1:1

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

Fruits and Fruit-Trees of America (Downing)

Pomaria Nurseries, SC fruits in, 1993;X.1:1

The Fruits and Fruit Trees of Monticello: Thomas Jefferson and the Origins of American Horticulture (Hatch)

in the news, 1999;XV.2:16

in print, 1998;XIV.1:10

Fry, Joel T.

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting speaker, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

on John and William Bartram, 2011;XXIV.2:7

on John Bartram as plant collector, 2010;XXIII.4:1

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

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

A New World, RSGL conference, 2011;XXIV.2:1, 2011;XXIV.4:6

Fry, Joshua Jefferson

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Fryar’s (Pearl) Topiary Garden, Bishopville, SC

Camden annual meeting tours, 2008;XXII.2:15, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:8

Garden Conservancy Awards Preservation Project Status to, 2007;XXI.3:14

Garden Conservancy’s Continued Support of, 2012;XXV.1:7

Fryberger, Betsy G.

The Changing Garden: Four Centuries of European and American Art, 2003;XVIII.4:14

Frye, Larry and Lulu Navarre

in the news, 2009;XXII.4:17

Frye, Randall

Rosemont Preservation Society and, 2007;XXI.3:1

Fuccello, Joanne

Cherokee Garden Library accolades from, 1998;XIV.3:9

Fulton Nursery, Atlanta

George Kidd and, 2019;XXXII.3:7

Furber, Robert

Painshill: Remaking Elysium on Time, 2010;XXIII.4:1

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

The Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants, 1987;IV.2:7

Furber, William

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

Furcron, Mary Lou

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

Furnishing the Old-Fashioned Garden: Three Centuries of American Summerhouses, Dovecotes, Pergolas, Privies, Fences & Birdhouses (Hill)

publication of, 1998;XIV.3:9

review, 1999;XIV.4:9

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Gaines, Coles, & Co., Mobile, AL

1877 catalog at Duke Library, 1986;II.3:6

Gaines, Evia

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

Gainesway farm, KY

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

Gainey, Ryan

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

in the news, 1990;VII.2:11, 2001;XVI.3:13

New Voices in American Garden Writing Series and, 1991;VII.3:11

remembering, 2016;XXIX.3:14

The Well-placed Weed: the Bountiful Garden of Ryan Gainey (Ross and Schilling, in print), 1994;X.3:9

Galbraith, Jean

Kindred Spirits, 2000;XV.4:14

Galloway, Patricia

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1

Galpine, John Kingston, catalog (1782)

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

Galvin, Roger

Annapolis annual meeting speaker, 2007;XXI.2:8

Gandy, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H.

Nineteenth Century Gardens Lost and Found (exhibit) on, 1987;III.3:7

Gandy, Mrs. Thomas H.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Gant, Sally

Flora Ann Bynum Fund to endow RSGL Lectures, 2006;XX.4:11

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

retirement, 2016;XXIX.2:11

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

Garbo, William

Elms Court, Natchez Garden, 2001;XVII.2:14

Nineteenth Century Gardens Lost and Found (exhibit) on, 1987;III.3:7

Notes from another practitioner on historic garden research, 1988;IV.3:5

Garden, Alexander

Charleston garden of, 1991;VIII.2:1

Garden and Royal Museum of Natural History at Paris

Noisette’s herbarium and, 1992;IX.1:5

The Garden at Bomarzo: A Renaissance Riddle (Sheeler)

review, 2007;XXI.2:15

The Garden at Charleston: A Bloomsbury Garden through the Seasons (Snell)

review, 2010;XXIII.4:10

The Garden at Hidcote (Whitsey)

review, 2007;XXI.2:15

Garden at Holborn (Gerard)

American native plants in, 1994;XI.2:1

Garden Book (Jefferson)

on Gloucester hickory, 2003;XVIII.2:12

on Jefferson’s pea-growing rivalry with friends, 1988;IV.4:10

Garden Bulbs for the South (Ogden)

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

Garden Calendar

published 1827 by Squibb (Charleston, SC nurseryman), 1988;IV.3:8

garden club movement

Hood at RSGL conference speaker on, 1995;XII.1:1

Garden Club of America (GCA)

Alexander Hamilton garden memoranda in Sotheby’s sale, 2017;XXX.1:6

Anne Carr Receives GCA Award, 2001;XVI.4:13

Archives of American Gardens and, 1994;XI.2:12

Catron named Honorary Member, 2014;XXVII.2:11

Distinguished Service Medal to Welch, 2008;XXI.4:13

Elizabeth Craig Weaver Proctor Medal to Norton, 2020;XXXIII.1:19

historic photograph collection given to Smithsonian by, 1987;III.3:5

Historic Preservation Medal to Garden Conservancy, 2012;XXV.3:7

Historic Preservation medal to Hatch, 2011;XXIV.3:11

McGee named Honorary Member, 2012;XXV.3:7

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

restoration grants, 2018;XXXI.1:1

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

Garden Club of Charleston

garden tourism begins in mid-30s by, 1992;VIII.3:1

Garden Club of Georgia, Inc.

Athens annual meeting tours, 2008;XXII.1:8

Atlanta annual meeting and, 2002;XVIII.1:12

LeConte-Woodmanston garden and, 1986;III.1:3, 1986;III.1:4

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

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

state headquarters, Athens annual meeting tours, 2007;XXI.3:5

Garden Club of Houston

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

Garden Club of Jacksonville

Jacksonville annual meeting, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Garden Club of Lexington, KY

Lexington annual meeting, 2017;XXX.2:6

Garden Club of North Carolina

The Elizabethan Gardens, 2016;XXIX.1:6

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

Garden Club of Virginia (GCV). See also Historic Garden Week, VA

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

Beatrix Farrand Landscape restoration at Green Springs Garden and, 2015;XXVIII.4:15

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

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

Centennial activities, 2019;XXXII.4:14

Cultural Landscape Lab at Stratford Hall, 2012;XXV.2:1

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

Favretti concludes association with, 1998;XIV.3:7

Fredericksburg annual meeting on (2005), 2004;XIX.3:10

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

Lynchburg’s Old City Cemetery roses, 2005;XX.1:1

Maymont estate, Richmond and, 2012;XXV.3:8

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

Montpelier garden restoration and, 1990;VII.2:2

in the news, 2013;XXVI.4:9

Oatlands restoration funded by, 1992;VIII.3:3

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

Research Fellowship Program, 2015;XXVIII.2:10

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

Slide Library of Notable Parks and Gardens at Smithsonian, 1988;IV.4:2

Stratford Hall grounds and gardens restoration and, 1989;VI.2:5, 2004;XIX.1:1, 2004;XIX.4:1

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

Garden Conservancy

Cabot on formation of, 1989;V.4:3

Christie’s of New York benefit for, 1998;XIV.3:9

conference (1993) proceedings available, 1994;XI.1:14

Continued Support of Fryar and Lawrence Gardens, 2012;XXV.1:7

Elizabeth Lawrence Garden preservation efforts, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Elizabeth Lawrence’s Charlotte, North Carolina Garden, 2003;XVIII.3:12

Francis Higginson Cabot Jr. legacy with, 2012;XXV.1:7

Fryar Topiary Garden and, 2008;XXII.2:15, 2009;XXII.4:8

GCA’s Medal for Historic Preservation for, 2012;XXV.3:7

“The Hermitage: A Case Study of Restoration Potential” proceedings available, 1993;IX.4:15

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

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

Marco Polo Stufano Fellowship Opportunity, 2009;XXII.3:7

in the news, 2010;XXIII.1:14, 2012;XXV.1:6

Open Days Directory, 2004;XIX.1:11

Open Days Program, 2003;XVIII.2:15

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

Preservation Project Status to Pearl Fryar’s Topiary Garden, 2007;XXI.3:14

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

tenth anniversary conference, 1999;XIV.4:7

garden design

Affleck’s writing on, 1991;VIII.1:5

The gardens at the Charles Carroll House of Annapolis, 1993;IX.2:1

of historic landscapes, National Register Bulletin on, 1987;IV.1:4

study course announced, 1993;IX.2:16

The Garden Diary of Martha Turnbull, Mistress of Rosedown Plantation (Turner, ed.)

in print, 2012;XXV.2:11

review, 2012;XXV.4:8

Gardener, Jo Ann

The Heirloom Garden: Selecting and Growing Over 300 Old-Fashioned Ornamentals (in print), 1992;VIII.4:15

Gardener, William

on Fortune as plant collector in mid-19th century China, 2003;XVIII.4:1

The Gardener's Calendar for South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina (Squibb, 1787)

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

The Gardener’s Dictionary (Johnson, 1886)

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

The Gardener’s Dictionary (Miller, 1731)

Annie Isabella Iredell’s gardening and, 1992;IX.1:7

use in Virginia of, 1997;XIII.3:1

The Gardener’s Kalendar (Logan, 1779)

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

A Gardener’s Life (Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury)

review, 2008;XXI.4:10

The Gardener’s Magazine

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

The Gardener's Pocket-Book

attributed to John Hill, reprinted, 1998;XIV.3:11

garden fever (1890s–late 1930s)

as American phenomenon, 1994;XI.1:1

garden furnishings

Source list for historic seeds and plants and, 1989;V.4:9

garden history canon. See also American landscape history

Magnolia editors on, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

Garden History of Georgia

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

Garden History Seminars at Colonial Williamsburg

The Evolution of the Landscape, 1999;XV.1:14

75 Years of Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:12

Garden History Society, Britain

as model for the future, 2002;XVII.4:17

The Garden History Society of Williamsburg

purpose for and launch of, 1993;IX.3:15

The Gardening Book of James L. Hunter, A Southern Planter (Howett)

review, 1996;XII.3:10

Gardening by Mail (Barton)

in print, 1994;X.3:9

Gardening by the Book: Celebrating 100 Years of the Garden Club of America (Warren)

in print, 2013;XXVI.3:10

Gardening for Ladies (Loudon)

Adam Summer’s notes in his copy of, 1993;X.1:1

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

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

Gardening for Love (Lawrence)

to be published, 1986;III.2:3

Lacy as editor for, 1993;IX.2:13

Gardening for the South (White, 1868)

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

Gardening with Heirloom Seeds (Coulter)

in print, 2006;XX.3:14

The Garden in the Wilderness (Rion)

Mary Catherine Rion and, 2001;XVII.2:10

Garden Literature: An Index to Periodical Article and Book Reviews

publishing information, 1992;VIII.4:14

garden mount

The Garden Mount in Early Carolina Landscape Design, 2000;XV.4:1

A Garden of Pleasant Flowers: Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris (Parkinson)

in print, 1991;VIII.1:12

Gardens and Gardening in the Chesapeake, 1700-1805 (Sarudy)

in print, 1998;XIV.2:11

as resource, 2007;XXI.2:1

Gardens and Historic Plants of the Antebellum South (Cothran)

in print, 2003;XVIII.4:15

review, 2004;XIX.1:14

Gardens and Landscapes of Virginia (Favretti and Cheek)

in print, 1994;X.2:11

The Gardens at Hatfield (Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury)

(exhibition catalogue), 2004;XIX.4:15

The Garden Seed Inventory (Whealy, ed.)

ordering information, 1985;II.1:4

Gardens for a Beautiful America, 1895-1935: Photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston (Watters)

review, 2013;XXVI.1:8

Gardens for Peace, Atlanta

annual meeting tours, 2003;XVIII.3:4

Garden Shrubs and Their Histories (Coats)

in print, 1992;VIII.3:11

review, 1993;IX.3:13

Gardens in the Spirit of Place (Dickey)

in print, 2005;XX.2:13

Gardens in Winter (Lawrence)

in print, 1990;VII.1:15

on Roman hyacinths, 1991;VII.3:5, 1993;X.1:14

The Gardens of Bunny Mellon (Holden)

in print, 2018;XXXI.4:15

Gardens of China (Siren, 1949)

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

The Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg (Brinkley and Chappell)

in print, 1997;XIII.2:9

Gardens of Colony and State (Lockwood, 1931-1934)

on Delmarva, 1992;VIII.3:4

The Gardens of Ellen Biddle Shipman (Tankard)

publication of, 1997;XIII.3:12

Gardens of Historic Charleston (Cothran)

in print, 1995;XI.3:13

review, 1995;XII.1:10

The Gardens of Louisiana: Places of Work and Wonder (Turner)

in print, 1997;XIII.3:11

The Gardens of Natchez: A Rich Heritage. See also Natchez, MS

annual meeting, 2001;XVII.1:1

The Gardens of Portugal (Attlee)

review, 2008;XXI.4:10

The Gardens of Russell Page (Schinz and van Zuylen)

review, 2008;XXI.4:10

The Gardens of Salem, The Landscape History of a Moravian Town in North Carolina (Spencer)

ordering information, 1997;XIII.1:10

Gardens of the Arts and Crafts Movement: Reality and Imagination (Tankard)

review, 2004;XIX.4:12

revised, review, 2018;XXXI.4:12

GardenStory (PBS television series)

on Anne Spencer’s garden restoration, 2005;XX.1:7

The Garden Tourist 1993: A Guide to Garden Tours, Garden Days, Shows, and Special Events (Rosenfield)

review, 1993;IX.3:13

Gardin, John E.

on Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville, SC garden, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Gardiner, John

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

Gardner, Daniel Periera

Farmer’s Dictionary (2nd. ed., 1855), 1987;IV.1:9

Garig, William and Garig House

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

Garner, H. Hal

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Garner, James M. (Jim)

in the news, 2008;XXII.1:15

obituary, 2014;XXVII.2:11

Garner, John Nance

on Texas state flower, 2016;XXIX.1:11

Garnett, Andy

A Year in the Life of an English Meadow (with Devlin, review), 2007;XXI.2:15

Garrett, Mrs. Rufus N.

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

Garrison residence (1942)

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

Gary, Jack

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

Lynchburg annual meeting speaker, 2012;XXV.4:6, 2013;XXVI.2:5

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

Gate City Nursery, GA

George Kidd and, 2019;XXXII.3:7

Gatenby, Richard

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

Gay, Patricia H.

in the news, 1990;VII.1:13

Gee, Thomas W.

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

Geiser, Samuel

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

Geiser, S. W.

Fort Worth botanist, 2006;XX.3:7

The General Historie of Virginia, New England, and the Summer Isles (Capt. John Smith)

publication (1634), 1994;XI.2:1

The General in the Garden: George Washington’s landscape at Mount Vernon (Schoelwer, ed.)

in print, 2015;XXVIII.2:8

A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era (Karson)

in print, 2007;XXI.3:12

Genius in the Garden: Charles F. Gillette and Landscape Architecture in Virginia (Longest)

in print, 1993;IX.3:14

Gennerick, J. F.

seeds advertised for sale in S. Carolina by, 1992;VIII.3:6

Gentle Conquest (Reveal)

in print, 1993;X.1:15

The Gentleman's, Traveller's, Husbandman's and Gardener's Pocket-Companion

attributed to John Hill, reprinted, 1998;XIV.3:11

The Gentlemen Farmer: Being an Attempt to Improve Agriculture, by Subjecting It to the Test of Rational Principles (Home, 1779)

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

George III, king of England

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

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

George Inness and the Visionary Landscape (Bell)

exhibition catalogue, 2003;XVIII.4:14

‘George L. Taber’ azalea

at Bayou Bend, 2018;XXXI.4:9

The George Mason Memorial: A Historic Garden on the National Mall, 2001;XVI.3:10

George Washington Masonic Temple

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

Georgia. See also Athens, Georgia; Atlanta; Savannah, GA

Blossom Circle: The Life of Julia Lester Dillon, 2001;XVI.3:1

The Cherokee Garden Club of Atlanta: its garden library, as SGHS archives depository, 1990;VI.3:3

Civil War reconstruction era garden near Palmetto, 1995;XI.4:6

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

An English Gardener in Georgia: The Landscapes of George Kidd, 2019;XXXII.3:7

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

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

Lawliss on landscape history research in, 1988;IV.3:12

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

LeConte-Woodmanston garden restoration, Col. Black and, 1986;III.1:4

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

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

Plant Introductions – Chinese Wisteria and Spanish Cork Oak, 2003;XVIII.2:14

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

Georgia Chapter, SGHS

The First Regional Chapter, 2000;XV.4:15

Georgia Chapter of SGHS Launched (2000), 2000;XV.3:16

Georgia Daffodil Society

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

Georgia Historical Society

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

Georgia Marble Company

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

Georgia Perennial Plant Association

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

Georgia School of Classicism

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

Georgia Seed Company, Macon

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

Georgia State Horticultural Society

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

geothermal heating and cooling

installation at Stratford, 2007;XXI.1:9

Gerarde (or Gerard), John

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

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

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

Gerard’s Herbal

American native plants in, 1994;XI.2:1

on daffodils, 1995;XI.3:12

The early garden at Chatwood, NC and, 1989;V.3:2

on Rosa muschata or ‘Musk Rose’, 1994;X.3:1

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

Gerbing, Gustav George and Azilda

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

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

Gergel, Belinda

annual business meeting, 2006;XX.3:4

Fall Board meeting, 2006;XX.4:15

Germans

Blumen auf dem Grab (flowers on the grave) Round Top cemetery, 1993;IX.3:6

Texas landscape and, 1993;IX.4:10

Gertrude Jekyll and the Country House Garden, From the Archives of Country Life (Tankard)

review, 2011;XXIV.4:8

Gertrude Jekyll’s Lost Garden (Wallinger)

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

Gesneriaceae (Nautilocalyx pemphidius L. Skog)

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

Getty’s Fund for New Orleans

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

Ghoshroy, Kajal

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

Gibbes (William) House, Charleston, SC

Charleston annual meeting tours (2016), 2015;XXVIII.4:12

Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, SC

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser, 1998;XIV.2:10

The Roman Remains: John Izard Middleton's Visual Souvenirs, 1820–1823, 1998;XIV.2:10

Gibboney, Stuart

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

Gibbs, Patricia

on slave gardens at Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11, 2001;XVII.1:9

Gibbs, Richard

in the news, 2012;XXV.3:11

Gibson, William

Foster Marshall’s 19th-century Abbeville, SC garden and, 2014;XXVII.3:1

Gifford, Sanford Robinson

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

Gilbert, Alma M.

A Place of Beauty: Artists and Gardens of the Cornish Colony (with Tankard, in print), 2000;XV.4:13

Gilbert, Gail and Parker

Mulberry plantation and, 2015;XXVIII.4:12

Gilder, Richard Watson

as Century magazine publisher, 1994;XI.1:1

Gillette, Charles Freeman

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

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

Oakwood Place, (Rivermont suburb of Lynchburg), 2013;XXVI.2:5

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

Richmond, VA landscape architecture practice of, 1994;X.4:10

Virginia Executive Mansion gardens and, 2012;XXV.3:8

Gilliam, Martha Anne and Statham

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

Gilliard Farms, Brunswick, GA

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

The Gilliflower Times

North American Dianthus Society, 2001;XVI.3:9

Gilpin, William

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser (exhibition), 1998;XIV.2:10

Ginter (Lewis) Botanical Garden

annual meeting tours, 1994;X.2:8

Awarded Top Museum Honor, 2012;XXV.1:10

Richmond annual meeting tours, 2012;XXV.1:8, 2012;XXV.3:8

Girl Scouts USA

Savannah Clermont Lee-designed garden demolished, 2020;XXXIII.1:17

Gisquare Technologies B.V.

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

Givhan, Edgar G., II

on Alabama garden restoration projects, 1985;I.2:2

call for archives and, 1990;VII.2:16

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Conversations with a Southern Gardener, with Peggy Givhan (in print), 1999;XV.2:13

elected Honorary Board Member, 2002;XVIII.1:14

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1992;VIII.4:15, 1996;XII.3:9

as ex officio board member, 1990;VII.1:3

Fall Board meeting, 1988;V.2:3, 1997;XIII.1:12, 1998;XIII.4:5, 2000;XVI.2:12, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Heritage Gardens (in print), 1993;IX.3:14

Magnolia evolution and, 2002;XVII.4:5

Mobile annual meeting chair, 1992;VIII.4:2, 1994;X.2:10, 1994;X.4:6, 1994;XI.2:9, 1995;XI.4:1

Montgomery annual meeting, 1986;II.3:4

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

in the news, 1990;VII.1:13

obituary, 2004;XIX.4:8

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

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

rotating off Board of Directors, 1994;XI.2:11

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

as SGHS past president, 2002;XVII.4:16

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

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6, 1999;XV.1:14, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Givhan, Peggy

Conversations with a Southern Gardener, with Ed Givhan (in print), 1999;XV.2:13

Fall Board meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Montgomery annual meeting and, 1986;II.4:9

in the news, 1990;VII.1:13

gladioli

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

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

Gladiolus communis byzantinus

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

Gladney, Mrs. Frank

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Glasgow, Ellen

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

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

on dairy farming in 1925, 2013;XXVI.3:1

Gleason, H. A.

The New Britton on perennial pink wood sorrel, 1994;X.3:5

Gleaves, Chuck

in the news, 2003;XVIII.2:15

Glenblythe Plantation, Brenham, TX. See also Affleck, Thomas

description, 1991;VIII.1:5

Glen Leven Farm

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

Glen Saint Mary Nurseries, FL

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

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting tour, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Glenstone (Maryland museum)

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

Glick, Barry

American Council for Plant Preservation and, 1992;VIII.3:11

Glidden, Linda

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

Gloaming Nursery, Clarkesville, GA

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

The Glory of Gardens: 2,000 Years of Writings on Garden Design (Tilden, ed.)

in print, 2006;XX.3:14

Glover, Charles, plantation, SC

The Poetry of Place: Landscapes of Thomas Coram & Charles Fraser (exhibition) and, 1998;XIV.2:10

Godfrey, Richard

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

Godfrey, Rose

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

Godsey, Rie and Eddie

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

Godshall, Nancy

The Peggy Martin Rose: as Katrina survivor, 2006;XX.3:5

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

Goetcheus, Cari

Cultural Landscape Lab at Stratford Hall, 2012;XXV.2:1

Progress on the Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS), 2004;XIX.3:15

Goetz, Ellin

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

The Golden Age of American Gardens: Proud Owners, Private Estates, 1890–1940 (Griswold and Weller)

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

McFarland on garden history canon and, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

in print, 1991;VIII.2:10

review, 1991;VIII.2:9

Golden Grove Plantation, Greenville, SC

tea cultivation at, 1993;IX.2:10

Golden Number

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Gonzalez-Alvarez House

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

Goodloe, Daniel

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

Goodrich, Chauncey

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

Goodrum, Mrs. J.

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

Goodson, Martia

on Porcher’s Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, 2004;XIX.1:7

Goodwin, Craufurd and Nancy

Montrose Nursery, Hillsborough, NC and, 1992;VIII.4:11

Goodwin, Nancy

Classic Bulbs, Hidden Treasures for the Modern Garden (Whiteside) and, 1991;VIII.2:10

Duffy award to, 1995;XI.3:11

Montrose: Life in a Garden (review), 2005;XX.2:12

A Year In Our Gardens: Letters (with Lacy, review), 2001;XVI.4:15

Goodwin, William Archer Rutherford

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

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

Goodwood Museum & Garden, Tallahassee, FL

Keeping Memory Green Symposium, 2001;XVII.1:8

in the news, 1998;XIII.4:11

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

Tallahassee annual meeting and, 1994;XI.2:9, 1996;XII.3:6, 1997;XIII.2:5

Gordon, Alexander

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

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

Gordon, John B.

George Kidd and, 2019;XXXII.3:7

Gordon-Reed, Annette

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

Gore, Michael

National Trust meeting on landscape preservation speaker, 1990;VII.2:9

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

Goshen Gentry

Flowery Dale Plantation, NC and, 1986;II.3:8

Gosse, Philip Henry

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

Philip Henry Gosse (Mullen and Littleton, in print), 2011;XXIV.2:7

Gould, John C.

Edward L. Daugherty and, 2008;XXII.2:10

Goyne, Minetta Altgelt

A Life Among the Texas Flora, Ferdinand Lindheimer’s Letters to George Englemann (translation) (review), 1992;IX.1:9

Grace Episcopal Church, Clarkesville, GA

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

Grace Episcopal Church and cemetery, St. Francisville, LA

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

Graddy, Peggy and Joe

Homestead, Lexington, KY, 2017;XXX.2:6

Graham, Amy

on Longue Vue House and Gardens restoration, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Graham, Jeffrey R.

Camden annual meeting speaker, 2009;XXII.4:4

Graham, William A.

Camerons landscape gardening at Burnside, Hillsborough, NC and, 1995;XI.3:1

Montrose Nursery, Hillsborough, NC and, 1992;VIII.4:11

graining technique

Mosca on analysis of, 1990;VII.1:4

Grandison, Ian

African-American landscape symposium speaker, 1995;XI.4:5

Grandmother’s Garden: The Old-Fashioned American Garden 1865-1915 (Hill)

review, 1996;XII.2:9

“The Grange” in Alresford, Hampshire, England

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

“Granny’s Old Blush” rose

Flowery Dale Plantation, NC and, 1986;II.3:8

Grant, Ann Elizabeth Crenshaw

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

Grant, Bernice Echols

Brunswick, Georgia squares and, 2014;XXVII.4:8

Grant, Charles Spotswood

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

Grant, Cynthia E.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Grant, D. Greg

The Arcadian Gardener, 2014;XXVII.4:11, 2015;XXVIII.2:6, 2016;XXIX.2:6

Blumen auf dem Grab (flowers on the grave) Round Top cemetery, 1993;IX.3:6

on ‘Cramoisi Superieur’ rose, 1994;X.4:7

on Diane Thames Welch, 2007;XXI.1:14

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

Fall Board meeting, 2012;XXV.4:11

on Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal to Welch, 2016;XXIX.2:10

on Fortune’s plant introductions in Texas, 2003;XVIII.4:1

The German influence on the Texas landscape, 1993;IX.4:10

In Greg’s Garden: A Pineywoods Perspective on Gardening, Nature and Family (in print), 2013;XXVI.1:7

Heirloom Gardening in the South: Yesterday’s Plants for Today’s Gardens (with Welch, in print), 2011;XXIV.4:10

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

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

on Narcissus x intermedius, 1991;VII.4:5

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

in the news, 1999;XV.1:16, 2012;XXV.3:11, 2017;XXX.2:11, 2018;XXXI.1:15, 2019;XXXII.2:13

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

Oktober Gartenfest Texas Style, 2007;XXI.1:13

Otto Locke (1859–1927) and the Oldest Nursery in Texas, 2000;XVI.1:14

pink Roman Hyacinth (Hyacinthus orientalis) and, 2008;XXII.2:16

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

Roman hyacinth sightings, 1991;VII.4:5

The Rose Rustlers (with Welch, review), 2017;XXX.3:10

RSGL conference speaker, 1993;IX.3:16, 1994;X.2:5, 1995;XII.1:1

The Southern Heirloom Garden (with Welch, in print), 1995;XI.3:13

The Southern Heirloom Garden (with Welch, review), 1996;XII.2:10

Spring Board meeting, 2011;XXIV.3:11

Texas Fruit & Vegetable Gardening (in print), 2012;XXV.2:11

Texas Gardening… Adventures In Success (Oktober Gartenfest), 2001;XVI.4:12

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

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

The Worm Tree: The Arcadian Gardener, 2016;XXIX.4:9

Grant, Jackie

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

Grant, James H.

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

Grant, John Thomas house and garden

Athens, GA annual meeting, 2008;XXII.1:8

grapes

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

vines imported to S. Carolina, 1992;VIII.3:6

Gratz Park Historic District, Lexington, KY

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

Grave Landscapes: The Nineteenth-Century Rural Cemetery Movement (Cothran and Danylchak)

in print, 2018;XXXI.1:14

Graves, Mrs. Robert W.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Gray, Asa

Lindheimer’s plant collecting in Texas and, 1993;IX.4:10

Gray, Margie and Sam

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

Gray, William Fairfax

on de Zavala family near Houston, TX, 2004;XIX.3:1

Graylyn estate, Winston-Salem, NC

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

Great Gardens of America (Richardson)

in print, 2010;XXIII.1:13

review, 2010;XXIII.4:10

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Dyer on Cades Cove Historic District farmsteads and, 1989;VI.2:2

Green, Bobby

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

Green, Mrs. John T.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Green, Roland

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

Greene, Thomas M.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Greene, Wesley

“Butter and Eggs” Daffodil is Likely ‘Derwydd’ not ‘Van Sion’, 2003;XVIII.2:12

Colonial Williamsburg’s Garden Symposium on heirloom gardening, 2004;XIX.2:9

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

The Evolution of the Williamsburg Landscape, 1999;XV.1:14

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

Garden History Seminar: 75 Years of Colonial Williamsburg’s Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:12

John Custis and the Transatlantic Plant Trade, 2007;XXI.1:4

in the news, 2003;XVIII.2:15

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

Richmond annual meeting speaker, 2012;XXV.3:8

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

Vegetable Gardening the Colonial Williamsburg Way (in print), 2012;XXV.1:11

Williamsburg annual meeting speaker, 1994;X.4:1

Green Enchantment (Clarkson with T. Martin foreward)

reissued, 1991;VIII.1:12

The Greener Side of Texas

annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:12

Green Grows the City (Nichols)

reprint, 2006;XX.4:18

greenhouses

The Maryland orangeries, 1996;XII.3:1

at Mondawmin, MD, inventory at sale of, 1991;VIII.1:1

Green Immigrants: The Plants That Transformed America (Haughton)

on tea cultivation in America, 1993;IX.3:14

Green-Meldrim mansion, Savannah, GA

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

Greensboro, Henry Watson

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

Green Springs Garden, Fairfax County, VA

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

Greenville County (SC) Museum of Art

The Charleston Renaissance (exhibition), 1999;XIV.4:10

Gregor, Sharon

in the news, 1998;XIV.3:8

Gregory, James

Life in the Garden at Nomini Hall, 2019;XXXII.1:1

Grelen Nursery

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

Grenville, Richard

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

The Grid and the River: Philadelphia’s Green Places, 1682–1876 (Milroy)

in print, 2016;XXIX.3:13

Griffin, Florence Phillips

annual business meeting, 2009;XXII.4:8

Atlanta annual meeting (1983), 1983;HTI.1:1, 1983;HTI.2:1, 2003;XVIII.3:4

call for archives and, 1990;VII.2:16

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

comments on Magnolia as SGHS newsletter name, 1984;I.1:1

elected Honorary Board Member, 2002;XVIII.1:14

elected SGHS president, 1992;VIII.4:15

Fall Board meeting, 1983;HTI.3:1, 1985;II.2:3, 1988;V.2:3

on First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

on Georgia garden of the Civil War Reconstruction Era, 1995;XI.4:6

index of Magnolia, Vols. I–XIV and, 1998;XIII.4:5

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

Magnolia Essays and, 1993;IX.3:16

Magnolia evolution and, 2002;XVII.4:5

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 1990;VII.1:4, 2000;XV.4:10

in the news, 1995;XI.3:16

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

publications committee and, 1986;III.1:1, 1991;VIII.1:9

re-elected to SGHS board of directors, 1997;XIII.2:12

in remembrance, 2008;XXII.1:15, 2008;XXII.2:16

Roman hyacinth research by, 1991;VII.3:5

Roman hyacinths and, 1993;X.1:14

Roman hyacinth sightings, 1991;VII.4:5

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

SGHS organizing meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

Spring Board meeting, 1983;HTI.2:1, 1994;X.4:6, 2000;XV.4:9

Washington/Fayette Counties, TX annual meeting and, 1993;IX.4:9

Williamsburg annual meeting, 1994;X.4:1

William W. Griffin obituary, 2002;XVII.3:2

Griffin, Gail Collmann

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

annual business meeting, 2005;XX.1:15, 2007;XXI.2:14

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

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

Biltmore annual meeting and, 1998;XIV.2:6

as Birmingham Botanical Gardens speaker, 1997;XIII.1:8

on book in print, 2020;XXXIII.2:15

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

Fall Board meeting, 1998;XIV.3:10, 2000;XVI.2:12, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2004;XIX.3:11, 2006;XX.4:15, 2007;XXI.3:14, 2010;XXIII.1:14, 2012;XXV.4:11

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal for, 2014;XXVII.1:10

Fredericksburg annual meeting (2005) planning, 2003;XVIII.4:2

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

Mount Vernon annual meeting coordinator, 2010;XXIII.3:6, 2019;XXXII.3:12

in the news, 2017;XXX.4:11

Second Annual Bellefield Design Lecture, Hyde Park, NY, 2007;XXI.1:8

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

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

Spring Board meeting, 1999;XV.1:14, 2001;XVI.4:13, 2006;XX.3:4, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2008;XXI.4:15, 2010;XXIII.3:5

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

on Virginia Hart retirement, 2019;XXXII.1:10

Griffin, William W. (Bill)

obituary, 2002;XVII.3:2

Spring Board meeting, 1983;HTI.2:1

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

Washington/Fayette Counties, TX annual meeting and, 1993;IX.4:9

Williamsburg annual meeting, 1994;X.4:1

Griffith, Helen C.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Griffith, Lawrence D. “Larry”

Colonial Williamsburg’s Garden Symposium on heirloom gardening, 2004;XIX.2:9

Fall Board meeting, 1999;XV.2:14

Flowers and Herbs of Early America (in print), 2008;XXII.2:19

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

Grigg, Milton

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

Grigsby, Jan Jones

in the news, 1995;XI.3:16

Griswold, Mac K.

Catalog of Landscape Records in America and, 1988;IV.3:2

Ellen Biddle Shipman symposium speaker, 1997;XIII.3:12, 1998;XIV.1:12

The Golden Age of American Gardens (with Weller, in press), 1988;IV.4:2

The Golden Age of American Gardens (with Weller, in print), 1991;VIII.2:10

The Golden Age of American Gardens (with Weller, review), 1991;VIII.2:9

Groce, Todd

Georgia Chapter Launched, 2000;XV.3:16

Gronovius, John Frederick

Clayton’s plant collecting in colonial Virginia and, 1994;XI.2:1

Grote, JoAnn

RSGL conference, 1983;HTI.3:1

Grounds for Pleasure: Four Centuries of the American Garden (Otis)

in print, 2003;XVIII.3:14

Grundy, Felix

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

Guggenheim, Solomon

Charleston Renaissance in inter-war period and, 1999;XIV.4:10

Guichard Soers Nurseries, France

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

A Guide to the Wildflowers of South Carolina (Porcher and Rayner)

in print, 2002;XVII.4:7

Guide to William Bartram’s Travels: Following the Trail of America’s First Great Naturalist (Sanders)

Catron on garden history canon and, 2021;XXXIII.3:8

Guignard, J. S.

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

Guillot, Nolan

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

Gulley, Larry

on hyacinths from White Flower Farm, 1991;VII.4:5

The plant reporter: searching for Roman hyacinths, 1991;VII.3:5

on tea cultivation in America, 1993;IX.3:14

Gundaker, Grey

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

Gunn, Louise

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

Fall Board meeting, 1994;XI.2:9

Houston annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:12

investigating indexing of Magnolia, 1994;XI.2:9

re-elected to SGHS board of directors, 1997;XIII.2:12

SGHS Board and, 1996;XII.3:9

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6, 2000;XV.4:9

Gunston Hall, VA

The George Mason Memorial Garden on the National Mall, 2001;XVI.3:10

Mount Vernon annual meeting, 1989;VI.1:11, 1989;VI.2:1, 1990;VII.1:4

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

G. W. Vanderbilt's Biltmore Estate: The Most Distinguished Private Place (R. M. Hunt)

publication of, 1994;XI.2:8

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H

Habas, Mrs. Saul

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Habel, Suzanne

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

Hackman, Donna

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

Hadfield, Miles

on Sir John Hill, 1998;XIV.3:11

Hadley, Craig

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

Haggin, James Ben Ali

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

Hagood, Mary Beth

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

Hagood, Mr. and Mrs. James

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

Hairston, Peter and Columbia Stuart

Cooleemee Plantation, NC, RSGL conference tour, 2007;XXI.1:6

Haldeman, Ann Bruce

Craik-Patton House, WV restoration and, 1987;III.3:11

Hale, Thomas

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

Half My World, The Anne Spencer House and Garden, A History and Guide (Frischkorn and Rainey, 2005)

The Garden of Anne Spencer, 2005;XX.1:7

Hall, Bill

as state Magnolia co-editor for Arkansas, 1987;IV.1:14

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

The trees at Somerset Place: living artifacts, 1993;IX.4:14

Hall, Carol

on garden hats and bonnets at RSGL conference, 1995;XII.1:1

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

Hall, George

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

Hall, James B.

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

Hall, William

Lipton Tea Company and, 1993;IX.2:10

Hallock, Thomas

on William Bartram, 2010;XXIII.4:1

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

Haltom, (Eleanor) Glenn Lamb

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

call for archives and, 1990;VII.2:16

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1992;VIII.4:15

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

Homage to a Founding Board Member (1930-2013), 2013;XXVI.3:9

Natchez annual meeting, 1983;HTI.2:2, 1983;HTI.3:1

Officers and Directors of the First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

Return to the River: A Gala 20th Anniversary Event, 2002;XVII.4:5

rotating off Board of Directors, 1996;XII.3:9

SGHS organizing meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

SGHS Revisited - The First Regional Chapter (2000), 2000;XV.4:15

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6

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

walking map of roses in Natchez by, 1993;X.1:13

Haltom, Kay

Florence Griffin remembrance, 2008;XXII.2:16

Haltom, Susan

annual business meeting, 2005;XX.1:15, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2008;XXI.4:14, 2018;XXXI.1:5

book review, 2017;XXX.3:10

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

Eudora Welty’s Garden Reborn, 2001;XVI.4:13

Fall Board meeting, 2004;XIX.3:11, 2012;XXV.4:11

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal to Welch, 2016;XXIX.2:10

on Heritage Rose Foundation meeting in Natchez, 1993;X.1:13

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

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

Magnolia articles review committee, 2003;XVIII.4:2

in the news, 2005;XX.2:4, 2012;XXV.1:6, 2016;XXIX.1:11

One Writer’s Garden: Eudora Welty’s Home Place (with Brown, in print), 2011;XXIV.4:10

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

SGHS policies and procedures manual, 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Spring Board meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:14, 2006;XX.3:4, 2007;XXI.2:14

as state Magnolia editor for Mississippi, 1987;III.3:2

on Welty as gardener at RSGL conference, 1995;XII.1:1

Halton (D. F.) Foundation

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

Ham House Kitchen Garden, London

Jordan’s visit to, 1990;VII.2:10

Hamilton, Alexander

garden memoranda in Sotheby’s sale of papers of, 2017;XXX.1:6

Hamilton, Charles

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

Painshill in Surrey, England and (1738), 2010;XXIII.4:1

Hamilton, William

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

Hammond-Harwood House, Annapolis, MD

annual meeting tour, 1985;I.3:2, 2007;XXI.2:8

The Hammonds of Redcliffe (Bleser, ed.)

review, 1998;XIII.4:7

Hampton, Baltimore Co., MD

orangery at, 1996;XII.3:1

Hampton Institute, VA

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

Hampton Park, SC

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

Hampton-Preston Mansion, SC

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

Hampton University

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

Hancock, Carol S.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Hand, E. D.

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

Handbook of African Medicinal Plants (Iwu, 1993)

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

H.A.N.D.S. (Home and Neighborhood Development Sponsors)

Haywood Hall gardens restoration, Raleigh, and, 1987;IV.1:6

Hanes (James G. and Molly Ruffin) Garden

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

Hanes (James G.) estate, Winston-Salem, NC

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

Hanes (Robert M. and Mildred Borden) Garden

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

Hanes, Frederick M.

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

Hanes, Judith

RSGL conference speaker, 1989;VI.2:2

Hanes, P. Huber, Sr. and Evelyn Hazen

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

Hanes, Ralph and DeWitt Chatham

Ellen Biddle Shipman in Winston-Salem, NC and, 2018;XXXI.4:1

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

Hanna, Beaty

Our Woodland Oasis in Birmingham, 2019;XXXII.1:8

Hanna, Jennifer

Friends of Elizabeth Lawrence, 2004;XIX.3:12

Hanson, Alexander Contee

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

Hanson, Beth

The Best Apples to Buy and Grow (in print), 2006;XX.3:14

Hanszen, Harry

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

Haphazard Plantation, Ala.

Jo Evans’ enthusiasm for gardening at, 1991;VIII.1:10

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

Happy Hill, Salem, NC

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

Mel White’s study of, 1998;XIII.4:1

Hardcastle, Anne

The Garden History Society of Great Britain, 2002;XVII.4:17

Harden, Jane

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

Harden, Matilda

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

Harelson, Randy

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

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

The Louisiana Work of Margaret Stones, 2019;XXXII.2:1

in the news, 2012;XXV.3:11

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

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

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

Hargrave, Carolyn

The Louisiana Work of Margaret Stones, 2019;XXXII.2:1

Hargrett, Mrs. Haines

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Harleigh, Easton, MD

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

Harman, Helen, garden

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

Harmon, Douglas

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

Harmony, Hills, and History

Nashville annual meeting, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

Harper, Pamela

Alston Lecture Series speaker, 1995;XI.3:15

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

symposium celebrating Elizabeth Lawrence and, 1993;IX.2:13

Harper, Reuben, garden

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

Harper, Terry M.

on Somerset Place, NC, trees as living artifacts, 1993;IX.4:14

Harper’s Monthly

on Carlyle House, Alexandria, VA, 1988;IV.3:6

Harrell, June

Athens annual meeting tours, 2008;XXII.1:8

Harrington, Caroline

In Memoriam, 2016;XXIX.1:10

Harriot, Thomas

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

Harris, Ernest

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

Harris, Iverson L.

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

Harris, Jessica B.

on African American foodways at Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11

Harris, Mary

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

Harrison, Hetty Cary (Mrs. Fairfax)

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

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

Harrison, Louisa Collins

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

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

Harrison, Peter J.

Plans and Plants of the Southern Landscape, RSGL conference, 1999;XV.1:10, 2000;XV.3:9

Harrison, Thomas A.

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

Harry, Cheryl

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

Hart, Virginia “Gina”

Fall Board meeting, 2007;XXI.3:14

retirement, 2019;XXXII.1:10

as SGHS Webmaster, 2003;XVIII.3:15

SGHS web site steps boldly into the 21st century, 2007;XXI.2:18

Spring Board meeting, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2010;XXIII.3:5

website redesign, 2015;XXVIII.4:11

Hartlage, Richard

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

Hartley, Martha B.

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

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

Hidden Town Project, Old Salem update, 2021;XXXIII.3:16

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

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

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference, 2007;XXI.3:6

A New World, RSGL conference, 2011;XXIV.2:1, 2011;XXIV.4:6

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

Sally Gant and RSGL conference, 2016;XXIX.2:11

Seeds with Stories: Old Salem Gathers Family Heirlooms, 2015;XXVIII.4:1

Hartley, Michael O.

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference, 2007;XXI.1:6, 2007;XXI.3:6

Seeds with Stories: Old Salem Gathers Family Heirlooms, 2015;XXVIII.4:1

Hartrampf, Pat Crawford (Mrs. Carl, Jr.)

Atlanta annual meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

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

Harvard University

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

Harvey, John

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

Harvey, Norman

Richmond annual meeting tours, 2012;XXV.3:8

Harwell, Faye

The George Mason Memorial Garden on the National Mall, 2001;XVI.3:10

Hascosea Plantation, NC

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

Haskell, Joan

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

Haskell, Joan and Preston, garden

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

Haslam, Crissy, garden

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

Hastert, Dennis

National Garden Breaks Ground, 2001;XVII.1:8

Hastie, Drayton

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

Hastings’ & Co., Atlanta

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

Hastings of Interlachen, Florida nursery

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

Hatch, Laurence C.

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

Hatch, Mary C.

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

Hatch, Peter J.

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

annual business meeting, 2008;XXI.4:14

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

Atlantic Monthly profile of, 1996;XII.3:12

book review, 1991;VII.3:10

book reviews, 2012;XXV.4:8

call for archives and, 1990;VII.2:16

The Cultivated Life: Thomas Jefferson and Wine (documentary), 2005;XX.2:4

elected SGHS president, 1998;XIV.2:6

elected SGHS vice-president, 1996;XII.3:9

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1992;VIII.4:15

Fall Board meeting, 1988;V.2:3, 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.3:10, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2012;XXV.4:11

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

Fine Gardening article on Monticello by, 1992;IX.1:13

Flora Ann Bynum and, 2015;XXVIII.4:10

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal for, 2012;XXV.3:8, 2012;XXV.3:11

The Fruits and Fruit Trees of Monticello: Thomas Jefferson and the Origins of American Horticulture (in print), 1998;XIV.1:10

on garden pests at Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVII.1:9

Garden Writers Association Silver Award of Achievement to, 2013;XXVI.3:6

GCA Historic Preservation medal, 2011;XXIV.3:11

on Gloucester hickory, 2003;XVIII.2:12

Green Scene on Center for Historic Plants and, 1992;VIII.3:12

on heirloom plant list for the South, 1996;XII.3:8

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

on historic plants at Monticello, 1998;XIII.4:1

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

Horticulture review of The Fruits and Trees of Monticello by, 1999;XV.2:16

journal article reviews, 1990;VII.2:12

Massachusetts Horticultural Society awards to, 2004;XIX.3:12, 2016;XXIX.3:15

Mid-Atlantic Country on historic preservation and, 1994;X.4:12

Monticello, Charlottesville annual meeting host, 1987;III.3:3, 1987;IV.2:1

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

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

A New World, RSGL conference, 2011;XXIV.2:1, 2011;XXIV.4:6

nominating committee and, 1997;XIII.1:12, 1998;XIII.4:5

on NPR’s “What Do Ya Know?,” 1998;XIV.3:8

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

Peckerwood Garden Conservation Foundation speaker, 2018;XXXI.4:15

Restoring the Monticello Landscape, 1923-1955, 2010;XXIII.1:1

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

Richmond annual meeting speaker, 2012;XXV.3:8

“A Rich Spot of Earth”: Thomas Jefferson’s Revolutionary Garden at Monticello (in print), 2012;XXV.2:11

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh by, 2004;XIX.1:12

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

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

as SGHS past president, 2002;XVII.4:16

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

softball games, Mount Vernon–Monticello and, 1988;V.1:12, 1991;VIII.1:12

Southern Accents article on work of, 1997;XIII.3:11

on Southern garden pests at Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11

on Southern Plant Lists, 1996;XII.4:12, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1999;XV.1:15

Southern Plant Lists steering committee and, 1998;XIV.2:6

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6, 1999;XV.1:14, 2000;XV.4:9, 2008;XXI.4:15

on summer departures at Monticello, 1992;IX.1:14

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

Thomas Jefferson Parkway funding and, 1994;X.2:10

Hatch’s Nursery, Vicksburg, MS

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

Haughton, Claire Shaver

on tea cultivation in America, 1993;IX.3:14

Hauser, Johnnie and Jarvis

Seeds with Stories: Old Salem Gathers Family Heirlooms, 2015;XXVIII.4:1

Havey, Ruth

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

Hawkins, Julia

The Louisiana Work of Margaret Stones, 2019;XXXII.2:1

Hawks, John

Tryon Palace description (1783) by, 1992;VIII.4:8

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

Hawthorne, Jason

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

Haxall, William Henry

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA, 2012;XXV.1:1

Haydon, Stephen

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

Hayes Plantation, NC

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

Haynie, Will

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference, 2007;XXI.1:6, 2007;XXI.3:6

Hays, Helen Ashe

Preserving 20th-century gardens and, 2007;XXI.2:8

Hays Plantation, Edenton, NC

Recreating a Federal period garden in eastern NC and, 1988;V.2:4

Hayward, Allyson M.

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

Norah Lindsay: The Life and Art of a Garden Designer (review), 2007;XXI.3:10

Haywood, Burke

on Porcher’s recommendations for small pox treatment, 2004;XIX.1:7

Haywood, Eleanor Howard Hawkins

The plant reporter: the story of the Haywood crabapple, 1991;VIII.2:8

Haywood, Eliza (Mrs. John)

Haywood Hall gardens and, 1987;IV.1:6

Haywood, Mrs. Marshall DeLancey, Jr.

The plant reporter: the story of the Haywood crabapple, 1991;VIII.2:8

Haywood, Nancy F.

annual business meeting, 2005;XX.1:15, 2008;XXI.4:14

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

Fall Board meeting, 1998;XIII.4:5, 2003;XVIII.4:2

Fort Worth annual meeting, 2005;XX.1:15

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

Houston annual meeting chair, 1997;XIII.1:12, 1997;XIII.2:12, 1998;XIII.4:5, 1998;XIV.3:10, 1999;XV.1:12

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, 1999;XV.1:14, 2001;XVI.4:13, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Haywood, Richard Bennehan

The plant reporter: the story of the Haywood crabapple, 1991;VIII.2:8

Haywood, Sherwood

The plant reporter: the story of the Haywood crabapple, 1991;VIII.2:8

Haywood, Ted

Houston annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:12

Haywood Hall, Raleigh, NC

garden reconstruction, 1987;IV.1:6

Hazard, Ebenezer

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

Hazzard, Thomas

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

Heade, Martin Johnson

paintings at National Gallery of Art, 2000;XV.3:14

Hearnes, David

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

Heath, Barbara

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

Heath, Brent

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

on bulbs in Tucker-Coleman garden in Williamsburg, 1996;XII.2:1

Narcissus pseudonarcissus moschatus and, 1995;XI.3:12, 1995;XI.4:10

Refining the Garden symposium speaker, 1991;VIII.1:2

Heath, Brent and Becky

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

in the news, 2001;XVI.4:12

on old narcissus, 1991;VII.4:5

Heath, Mortimer O.

Sketches in North Carolina USA, 1872 to 1878: Vineyard Scenes (review), 2003;XVIII.3:9

heather bell

Tillman on, 1984;I.1:6

Heavner, Penelope F.

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

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

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

Hebron, John

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

Heckel, Guerric

Mepkin Abbey Gardens—Native Plant Reclamation Project, 2010;XXIII.3:4

hedges and hedging

Affleck on, 1991;VII.4:11

Hedrick, U. P.

A History of Horticulture in America to 1860 (in print), 1989;V.3:5

Hehir, Sara A.

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

Heinsohn, Peggy

on the Noisette farm, Charleston, SC, 1992;IX.1:5

Heinz, Teresa

National Garden Breaks Ground, 2001;XVII.1:8

Heirloom Bulbs for Today (Wiesinger and Colburn)

in print 2011, 2011;XXIV.1:10

Heirloom Flowers forum (email discussion group)

announcement of, 2000;XVI.2:14

Flora Ann Bynum and, 2002;XVII.4:14

Heirloom Gardening in the South: Yesterday’s Plants for Today’s Gardens (Welch and Grant)

in print, 2011;XXIV.4:10

The Heirloom Garden: Selecting and Growing Over 300 Old-Fashioned Ornamentals (Gardner)

in print, 1992;VIII.4:15

heirloom plants. See also historic plants

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

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

Seeds with Stories: Old Salem Gathers Family Heirlooms, 2015;XXVIII.4:1

Heirloom Vegetable Gardening (Weaver)

in print, 1997;XIII.3:11

Heller, J. Roderick

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

Hemingbough (Audubon Lakes)

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

hemp (Cannabis sativa)

Kentucky production history, 2016;XXIX.4:1

Lexington annual meeting, 2017;XXX.2:6

in the news, 2018;XXXI.3:14

Henderson, Al

Atlanta annual meeting, 2002;XVIII.1:12

Henderson, Edith

Craighead-Jackson House, Knoxville and, 2019;XXXII.4:1

Henderson, Peter

‘Cramoisi Superieur’ rose and, 1994;X.4:7

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

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

Henderson, William

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

Hendricks, Kathy

Cultural Landscape Lab at Stratford Hall, 2012;XXV.2:1

Hendry, Helen

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

Henkel Square, Round Top, TX

annual meeting tours, 1993;IX.2:14

Henlein, Paul

on flax production in Kentucky, 2016;XXIX.4:1

Hennessy, John

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

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

Henrey, Blanche

on Hill as anonymous author of gardening books, 1998;XIV.3:11

Henrietta Maria, Queen

orangery at Wimbledon of, 1996;XII.3:1

Henry, Cammie

Caroline Dormon in Louisiana and, 2004;XIX.2:1

Henry, Lawrence

Fall Board meeting, 1994;XI.2:9, 1997;XIII.1:12

named Brookgreen Gardens president, 1994;XI.1:15

in the news, 1996;XII.2:11

SGHS Board and, 1996;XII.3:9, 1997;XIII.2:12

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6

Williamsburg annual meeting and, 1992;VIII.4:2, 1994;X.2:10, 1994;X.4:1

Henson, Margaret

on de Zavala, 2004;XIX.3:1

Hepburn, David

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

The Herbal (Gerarde, 1597)

American native plants in, 1994;XI.2:1

on daffodils, 1995;XI.3:12

The early garden at Chatwood, NC and, 1989;V.3:2

on Rosa muschata or ‘Musk Rose’, 1994;X.3:1

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

herb gardens

Landscape “Mythtakes” in Historic Preservation (Favretti brochure), 1987;III.3:13

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

Herbmont, N.

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

Herb Society of America

The wood sorrel(s) of Southern dooryard gardens and, 1994;X.3:5

heritage breeds

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

Heritage Gardens (Givhan)

in print, 1993;IX.3:14

Heritage Rose Foundation. See also International Heritage Rose Conference

Haltom on Natchez meeting of, 1993;X.1:13

invitation to join, 1987;III.3:9

Heritage Roses Group. See also International Heritage Rose Conference

Lynchburg’s Old City Cemetery roses, 2005;XX.1:1

quarterly newsletter subscription information, 1987;III.3:9

Heritage Rose Trail, Charleston, SC

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

Herman, Bernard

National Trust meeting on landscape preservation speaker, 1990;VII.2:9

Hermann, Johann

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

Hermann, Paul

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

Hermann-Grima House, New Orleans

A New Orleans Courtyard 1830-1860: The Hermann-Grima House (Manard), 1997;XIII.2:9

Turner’s “Faithful to the Text” on, 1988;IV.3:10

The Hermitage, Nashville, TN

after tornado destruction, 1998;XIV.2:6, 1998;XIV.2:9, 2007;XXI.3:6

annual meeting tour, 1987;IV.2:2, 1988;IV.3:1, 2015;XXVIII.2:1

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

The Hermitage Landscape: Before and after the 1998 Tornado (Coke, 1999), 1999;XV.2:13

Herrada, Mario

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

Herrmann, Johann

on Rosa muschata or ‘Musk Rose’, 1994;X.3:1

Hertford, NC

Perquimans Weekly on SGHS, 1988;V.2:3

Hester, Shaun Spencer

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

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

Heyward, DuBose

on Charleston in Porgy, 1999;XIV.4:10

on South Carolina Gardens, 2015;XXVIII.3:1

Heyward, Elizabeth Middleton “Lily”

Duncan on Middleton Place, SC gardens and, 1994;XI.1:1

Heyward, Nathaniel

White Hall Plantation, SC and, 2015;XXVIII.4:12

Heywood Washington House, Charleston, SC

annual meeting tours, 1992;VIII.4:12

Garden Club of Charleston and, 1992;VIII.3:1

Hibbard, Shirley

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

hibiscus

The Plant Reporter on Sunset Hibiscus, 2002;XVIII.1:15

Hickman, Janet and Bob

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

hickory

Gloucester Hickory, 2003;XVIII.2:12

Hicks, Ann and David, garden

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

Hicks, Robert

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

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

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

Summer Board meeting (virtual), 2020;XXXIII.1:18

Hidcote (English garden)

The Garden at Hidcote (Whitsey, review), 2007;XXI.2:15

Hidden Town, Old Salem, NC

Project description, 2019;XXXII.3:1

update on, 2021;XXXIII.3:16

Higginbotham, Jay

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

High Cotton & Tall Columns

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

Highland Cemetery, Baton Rouge

annual meeting tours, 2010;XXIII.4:8, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Highland Spring, VA

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

Highview Nursery, Brenham, TX

Yates and, 1997;XIII.1:1

Hildebrand, Friedrich H. G.

Die Lebensverhaltnisse der Oxalisarten, 1994;X.3:5

Hill, Benjamin Harvey

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

Hill, James Laurens

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

Hill, Jane Austin

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

Hill, John (1714–1775)

anonymous gardening books reprinted and, 1998;XIV.3:11

Hill, Madalene

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

in the news, 2006;XX.3:11

Hill, May Brawley

On Foreign Soil: American Gardeners Abroad (in print), 2005;XX.2:13

Furnishing the Old-Fashioned Garden: Three Centuries of American Summerhouses, Dovecotes, Pergolas, Privies, Fences & Birdhouses (review), 1999;XIV.4:9

Grandmother’s Garden: The Old-Fashioned American Garden 1865-1915 (review), 1996;XII.2:9

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

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

in the news, 1997;XIII.2:11, 2012;XXV.1:6

on women and Southern gardens, 1995;XII.1:1

Hill Plantation, GA

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

Hills & Dales Estate, LaGrange, GA

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

Reid’s design (review), 2004;XIX.4:11

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

Hillsborough, NC

spring tour, 1997;XIII.1:8

Hillsborough Garden Club, NC

The early garden at Chatwood, NC and, 1989;V.3:2

Hillsborough Historical Society, Horticultural Committee of

The early garden at Chatwood, NC, 1989;V.3:2

‘Musk Rose’ search in N. Carolina and, 1994;X.3:1

Hillsborough School for Girls, NC

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

Hillside Garden Club, VA

Anne Spencer’s garden restoration and, 1994;X.3:9

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

in the news, 2013;XXVI.1:11, 2014;XXVII.1:11

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

Hilltop Arboretum, Louisiana State University

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

Hillwood Museum, Washington, DC

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

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

Hinds, E. Clovis

Dionicio Rodriguez sculptures and, 1987;III.3:6

Hinesville, GA

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

Hingston, Nicholas

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

Hippeastrum x johnsonii

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

Hippocrates

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

Hirschl & Adler Galleries

Celebrating Central Park, 1853-2003, 2003;XVIII.3:7

Historia Plantarurn (Ray)

taxonomy publication (1686–1704), 1994;XI.2:1

The Historical Gardener: Plants and Garden Practices of the Past newsletter

publishing information, 1992;VIII.4:14

subscription information, 1993;X.1:11

Historic American Buildings Survey

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

Historic American Landscapes Survey (HALS)

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

Progress on, 2004;XIX.3:15

Historic Annapolis, Inc.

Annapolis annual meeting and, 1985;I.2:1, 1985;II.2:4

historic preservation in Annapolis and, 1986;II.4:6

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

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

Historic Bartram’s Garden, Philadelphia

Franklinia alatamaha census and, 1998;XIV.2:7

Historic Charleston Foundation (HCF)

home and garden tours by, 1992;VIII.3:1

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

Historic Gardens of Virginia (Sale, 1923)

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

Historic Garden Week, VA

Garden Club of Virginia and, 2004;XIX.4:1

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

Montpelier garden restoration and, 1990;VII.2:2

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

Historic Iris Preservation Society (HIPS)

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

Eudora Welty’s Garden Reborn, 2001;XVI.4:13

member benefits, 1990;VII.1:3

Historic Landscape Directory: A Source Book of Agencies, Organizations, and Institutions Providing Information on Historic Landscape Preservation (Meier, ed.)

in print, 1992;VIII.3:11

historic landscapes

AABGA NetGuide update, 2004;XIX.2:11

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

Historic Landscapes Institute

Preserving Jefferson's Landscape and Gardens, 1996;XII.4:9

Historic London Town, MD

Annapolis annual meeting tour, 2006;XX.4:15

Historic Oakland Foundation (HOF), Atlanta

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

historic plants. See also heirloom plants

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

The Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants, 1987;IV.2:7

historic preservation. See also restoration, landscape

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

Historic Preservation (National Trust for Historic Preservation)

on historic preservation in Annapolis, 1986;II.4:6

on John Steele House landscape restoration, 1987;III.3:8

on Middleton Place, SC, history and garden restoration, 1986;II.4:6

Historic Preservation Foundation of North Carolina

Duffy award to Chip Callaway (1988), 1989;V.3:4

Duffy award to Mac Newsom, 1990;VI.3:9

Duffy award to Nancy Goodwin, 1995;XI.3:11

first Duffy award to Flora Ann Bynum, 1987;IV.2:10, 1988;IV.3:13

Historic Salisbury Foundation, Inc.

The Architecture of Rowan County - A Catalogue and History of Surveying 18th, 19th and early 20th Century Structures (Hood), 2000;XVI.2:14

historic sites

balancing the images of the past with the needs of the present at, 1994;X.2:1

Historic Stagville, NC

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11

Historic Texas Landscapes

survey planned, 1998;XIV.2:5

Historic Virginia Gardens (Williams)

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

Tucker on, 1992;VIII.3:4

Historic Virginia Gardens: Preservation Work of the Garden Club of Virginia, 1975-2007 (Bemiss)

in print, 2009;XXII.3:8

review, 2010;XXIII.2:9

Historic Wilmington Foundation, NC

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

History of Homes and Gardens of Tennessee

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

A History of Horticulture in America to 1860 (Hedrick)

in print, 1989;V.3:5

on roses in Natchez, 1993;X.1:13

Woodburn Robertson addendum to, 1991;VII.3:8

A History of the Catawba Soil and Water Conservation District (Hood)

publication (1992), 1994;XI.2:11

A History of Wine in America from the Beginnings to Prohibition (Pinney)

review, 1991;VII.3:10

Hitch, Lucy

Savannah annual meeting coordinator, 2011;XXIV.1:10, 2011;XXIV.2:8, 2013;XXVI.2:11, 2014;XXVII.1:9

Hitchcock, Susan L.

Annapolis annual meeting, 2007;XXI.2:8

annual business meeting, 2008;XXI.4:14, 2018;XXXI.1:5

book review, 2011;XXIV.2:9

Catherine Howett Receives Award of Merit, 2015;XXVIII.3:6

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVII.1:9

Fall Board meeting, 2012;XXV.4:11

Francis Higginson Cabot Jr. (1925-2011), 2012;XXV.1:7

James M. Garner (1950-2014), 2014;XXVII.2:11

Lynchburg annual meeting, 2013;XXVI.2:5

in the news, 2000;XV.4:7, 2003;XVIII.2:15, 2013;XXVI.4:9

Richmond annual meeting tours, 2012;XXV.3:8

Spring Board meeting, 2008;XXI.4:15

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

Hitchmough, Wendy

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

Hobhouse, Penelope

Classic Bulbs, Hidden Treasures for the Modern Garden (Whiteside) and, 1991;VIII.2:10

Penelope Hobhouse's Gardening Through the Ages: An Illustrated History of Plants and Their Influences on Garden Styles - from Ancient Egypt to the Present Day (in print), 1993;IX.4:15

Hodges, Margaret Wilson

Goodwood Plantation, Tallahassee and, 1997;XIII.2:5

Hodges, William C.

Goodwood Plantation, Tallahassee and, 1996;XII.4:6, 1997;XIII.2:5

Hodges Gardens, LA

Caroline Dormon and, 2004;XIX.2:1

Hodson, Rebecca

as new SGHS administrator, 2019;XXXII.2:2

Hoe and Tell (bulletin), 1983;HTI.1:1, 1983;HTI.2:1, 1983;HTI.3:1, 2000;XV.4:14, 2002;XVII.4:5

Hoffius, Stephen G.

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

Hoffman, J. Burrall, Jr.

Oxmoor plantation, KY and, 2009;XXII.4:18

Hoffman, Lou

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

Hoffman, Nancy E.

on William Bartram, 2010;XXIII.4:1

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

Hofwyl-Broadfield Plantation, Brunswick, GA

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

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

Hogg, Ima. See also Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

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

Hogg, Ima, Will, and Mike

Bayou Bend garden maintenance, 2003;XVIII.4:9

River Oaks planned garden suburb and, 1998;XIV.3:1

Hogg’s Nursery Catalogue

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

hog processing equipment

in African-American yards, 1992;VIII.4:1

Holden, Jack and Pat

in the news, 1992;VIII.4:14

RSGL conference speakers, 1987;III.3:4, 1988;IV.4:9

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

Holden, Linda Jane

The Gardens of Bunny Mellon (in print), 2018;XXXI.4:15

Holden, Pat

in the news, 1991;VIII.1:10

Holley, Judy

‘Musk Rose’ search in Virginia and, 1994;X.3:1

‘Old Double Musk’ rose in Hollywood Cemetery and, 1989;V.3:2

Holley, Lucille

chickenhouse manure for gardening by, 1992;VIII.4:1

Holley, Mary Austin

ha-ha with Rosa multiflora atop it for hedging, 1991;VII.4:11

Hollingsworth, Sherold D. “Sherry”

annual business meeting, 2005;XX.1:15

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

Fall Board meeting, 2004;XIX.3:11, 2006;XX.4:15

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

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

RSGL conference speaker, 1989;VI.2:2

Spring Board meeting, 2006;XX.3:4, 2007;XXI.2:14

on women landscape architects in the South, 1995;XII.1:1

Hollins, Jim

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

Holly, Judy

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

Holly Hedge, Camden, SC

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

Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, VA

Heritage Rose Foundation conference and, 1994;X.4:10

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

‘Musk Rose’ search in Virginia and, 1994;X.3:1

‘Old Double Musk’ rose found in, 1989;V.3:2

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

A Quintessential Garden Cemetery of the 19th Century, 2012;XXV.1:1

Richmond annual meeting tours, 2012;XXV.3:8

Holmes, Emma

diary 1861–1866 of, 1998;XIII.4:7

Holsey, L. H.

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

Home, Henry (Lord Kaimes)

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

Home Gardening for the South

Caroline Dormon in Louisiana and, 2004;XIX.2:1

Homes and Gardens in Old Virginia (Christian and Massie)

Tucker on, 1992;VIII.3:4

Homestead, Lexington, KY

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

Homowo African/American Seed Collection

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

honey

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

honey locust

hedges using, 1991;VII.4:11

honorary board members

bylaws on, 1993;IX.3:9

Givhan, Edgar G., II, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Griffin, Florence Phillips, 2002;XVIII.1:14

Hunt, William Lanier, 1996;XII.4:5

Lewis, A. Jefferson, III (Jeff), 2014;XXVII.1:10

McFarland, Kenneth M., 2010;XXIII.3:5

Page, Ben G., Jr., 2002;XVIII.1:14

Pickens, Mary Anne, 2010;XXIII.3:5

Symmes, Jane Campbell, 2012;XXV.3:8

Welch, William C., 2002;XVIII.1:14

Hood, Davyd Foard

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

annual business meeting, 2005;XX.1:15, 2008;XXI.4:14

The Architecture of Rowan County - A Catalogue and History of Surveying 18th, 19th and early 20th Century Structures, 2000;XVI.2:14

Athens annual meeting, 2008;XXII.1:8

Atlanta annual meeting, 2003;XVIII.3:4

on book in print, 2020;XXXIII.2:15

book reviews, 1994;XI.2:10

book reviews, 1995;XI.3:14, 1995;XII.1:10

book reviews, 1996;XII.2:9

book reviews, 1998;XIII.4:7, 1998;XIV.2:11

book reviews, 1999;XIV.4:9, 1999;XV.2:13

book reviews, 2000;XV.4:12, 2000;XVI.2:10, 2000;XVI.2:15

book reviews, 2001;XVI.3:14, 2001;XVI.4:15, 2001;XVII.1:12

book reviews, 2003;XVIII.3:7, 2003;XVIII.4:13

book reviews, 2004;XIX.1:14, 2004;XIX.2:14, 2004;XIX.4:12

book reviews, 2005;XX.2:12

book reviews, 2006;XX.3:12, 2006;XX.4:17

book reviews, 2007;XXI.1:11, 2007;XXI.2:15, 2007;XXI.3:10

book reviews, 2008;XXI.4:10, 2008;XXII.1:13

book reviews, 2009;XXII.4:11

book reviews, 2010;XXIII.1:12, 2010;XXIII.2:9, 2010;XXIII.3:8, 2010;XXIII.4:10

book reviews, 2011;XXIV.1:9, 2011;XXIV.3:8, 2011;XXIV.4:8

book reviews, 2012;XXV.1:9, 2012;XXV.2:9

book reviews, 2013;XXVI.1:8, 2013;XXVI.3:7, 2013;XXVI.4:8

book reviews, 2014;XXVII.1:7

book reviews, 2015;XXVIII.1:9, 2015;XXVIII.3:8, 2015;XXVIII.4:14

book reviews, 2016;XXIX.2:7, 2016;XXIX.3:10

book reviews, 2017;XXX.1:8, 2017;XXX.2:10, 2017;XXX.4:9

book reviews, 2018;XXXI.1:11, 2018;XXXI.3:8, 2018;XXXI.4:12

book reviews, 2019;XXXII.1:10, 2019;XXXII.4:7

book reviews, 2020;XXXIII.2:10

book reviews, 2021;XXXIII.3:10

Books for the Shelves of a Southern Gardener, 2002;XVII.3:12

Books: In Brief, 1995;XI.3:13

Camden annual meeting chair, 2006;XX.4:16, 2009;XXII.3:1, 2009;XXII.4:4

Certificate of Merit, 2013;XXVI.2:9

on the Charleston renaissance, 1999;XIV.4:10

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

Elizabeth Lawrence’s Charlotte, North Carolina Garden, 2003;XVIII.3:12

exhibitions and catalogue reviews, 1998;XIV.2:10, 2003;XVIII.4:14

Fall Board meeting, 1998;XIV.3:10, 2000;XVI.2:12, 2001;XVII.2:7, 2003;XVIII.4:2, 2004;XIX.3:11, 2006;XX.4:15, 2010;XXIII.1:14

Flora Ann Bynum Award and Medal for, 2018;XXXI.1:5, 2018;XXXI.1:15

Flora Ann Bynum Fund to endow RSGL Lectures, 2006;XX.4:11

Friends of Elizabeth Lawrence, 2004;XIX.3:12

on garden club movement, 1995;XII.1:1

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

Gardens of Pleasure and Purpose: English Antecedents for the Elizabethan Gardens on Roanoke Island, 1987;IV.1:5

From Generation to Generation: A History of St. Luke’s Episcopal Parish, Salisbury, North Carolina (in print), 2007;XXI.1:15

on Heritage Rose Foundation’s Richmond conference, 1994;X.4:10

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

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference, 2007;XXI.3:13

as Magnolia Book Review Editor, 1994;XI.2:11

Magnolia evolution and, 2002;XVII.4:5

Margaret Page Bemiss: An Appreciation, 2019;XXXII.1:6

National Register status for Elizabeth Lawrence House and Garden and, 2006;XX.4:11

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

in the news, 1994;X.3:11, 2001;XVII.2:15, 2005;XX.2:4

A New World, RSGL conference, 2011;XXIV.2:1, 2011;XXIV.4:6

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

on primary sources for Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVI.4:11, 2001;XVII.1:9

on Raleigh/Roanoke Island voyages, 1987;IV.1:5

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

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

Spring Board meeting, 2001;XVI.4:13, 2006;XX.3:4, 2007;XXI.2:14, 2008;XXI.4:15, 2011;XXIV.3:11

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

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

Victorian Society’s Anglo-American Summer School and, 1987;IV.1:5

Hood, Thomas

Goodwood Plantation, Tallahassee and, 1996;XII.4:6, 1997;XIII.2:5

Hood, Walter

Black Landscapes Matter (with Tada, review), 2021;XXXIII.3:10

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

Hooker, William

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

Hooker, William J.

Fort Worth botanist, 2006;XX.3:7

Hooper, Thomas, garden

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

Hope House, Easton, MD

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

Hope Plantation, NC

needs “wallow” flower identification, 1989;VI.1:9

Recreating a Federal period garden in eastern NC, 1988;V.2:4

Hopkins, Alden

Blount Mansion, Knoxville and, 2019;XXXII.4:1

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

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

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

Gunston Hall landscape and, 1990;VII.1:4

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

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

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

Williamsburg’s Colonial Revival gardens and, 1994;X.2:8, 1994;X.4:1

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

Hopkins, Arvah

Goodwood Plantation, Tallahassee and, 1997;XIII.2:5

Hopkins, James

on hemp production history in Kentucky, 2016;XXIX.4:1

Hopping, Michael

Baton Rouge annual meeting speaker, 2010;XXIII.4:8, 2011;XXIV.3:5

Hornsby-Heindl, Brenda

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

Horse Branch Hall, Camden, SC

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

Horse-Hoeing Husbandry (Tull, 1731 or 1732)

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

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

Horseshoe (VA estate)

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

Horseshoe Plantation, FL

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

Horstman, Neil W.

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

The Horticulturalist (Downing publication)

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

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

Horticulturalist (Downing’s)

Wm. Summer’s writing for, 1993;X.1:1

Horticultural Society of London

on plant collecting in mid-19th century China, 2003;XVIII.4:1

Horticulture

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

Hortus

Nouveau Jardinier de la Louisiane (Lelievre, 1838), 1999;XV.2:1

Hortus Britannicus (Sweet, 1830)

on Oxalis martiana, 1994;X.3:5

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

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

Hortus Cantagrigiensis (Donn, 1831)

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

Hortus III

on Narcissus pseudonarcissus moschatus, 1995;XI.3:12

on Oxalis crassipes and other species, 1994;X.3:5

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

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

“Hortus Medicus,” Salem, NC

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

Hortus Uptonensis (Lettsom, 1783)

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

Horwitz, Tony

Spying on the South: An Odyssey Across the American Divide (in print), 2020;XXXIII.1:15

Horwood, Catherine

Beth Chatto: A Life With Plants (2020 review), 2019;XXXII.4:11

Hosack, David

Alexander Hamilton garden memoranda in Sotheby’s sale, 2017;XXX.1:6

American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic (Johnson, in print), 2018;XXXI.3:14

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

Hosmer, Charles B.

The Myth of the Colonial Herb Garden, 2005;XX.2:14

Hostvedt, Lindeve

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

hot beds

at William Paca’s garden, Annapolis, 1988;IV.4:3

Hotel Heidelberg

Baton Rouge annual meeting tours, 2010;XXIII.4:8

The Hot-House Gardener (Abercrombie, 1789)

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

Houdyshel, Cecil

on perennial pink wood sorrel, 1994;X.3:5

Houmas House, LA

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

House and Garden

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

House o’ Dreams garden, GA

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

Houston, Sam

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

Houston, TX. See also Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

annual meeting, 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

The Country Place Era in, 1993;IX.4:1

“Expect the Unexpected: The Greener Side of Texas” conference, 1999;XV.2:13

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

The road to historic landscape preservation at Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, 1998;XIV.3:1

Houston Business League

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

Houston's Forgotten Heritage (Blackburn)

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

Houston’s Silent Garden: Glenwood Cemetery, 1871-2009 (Turner and Wilson)

in print, 2010;XXIII.2:14, 2011;XXIV.1:10

review, 2011;XXIV.3:8

Hovey, Charles M.

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

Howard, C. W.

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

Howard, Mrs. Joseph H.

Savannah annual meeting host, 1989;V.3:1

Howard University

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

Howe, Mrs. Francis W.

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Howett, Catherine Mahony

AHLP conference at Middleton Place speaker, 1994;X.4:9

Atlanta annual meeting, 1983;HTI.1:1, 1983;HTI.2:1

Award of Merit for, 2015;XXVIII.3:6

on Bacon’s Castle discovery in Virginia, 1986;II.4:7

brief biography, 1985;I.2:4

Bynum article on historical landscape restoration in book edited by (in press), 1988;IV.3:14

Catalog of Landscape Records in the United States symposium and, 1990;VII.2:11

Charlottesville annual meeting, 1987;IV.2:1

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

elected to SGHS board of directors, 1992;VIII.4:15

Fall Board meeting, 1985;II.2:3, 1988;V.2:3

on First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

Florence Griffin remembrance, 2008;XXII.2:16

The Gardening Book of James L. Hunter, A Southern Planter (in print), 1996;XII.3:10

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

on landscape interpretation, RSGL conference, 1998;XIII.4:1

as Magnolia Essays editor, 1993;IX.3:16

in the news, 1997;XIII.1:12, 2000;XV.3:16, 2012;XXV.1:6

“Notes Toward an Iconography of Regional Landscape Form: The Southern Model” (essay), 1985;II.2:4

publications committee and, 1986;III.1:1, 1993;IX.3:16

Residential Work of the Olmsted Firm in Georgia, 1893-1937 (Lawliss, 1993), 2002;XVII.4:7

returns to SGHS board, 1990;VII.1:3

rotating off Board of Directors, 1996;XII.3:9

RSGL conference speaker, 1996;XII.4:8

on SGHS and American landscape history scholarship, 1986;II.4:1

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

Spring Board meeting, 1991;VIII.1:9, 1994;X.4:6

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

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

A World of her own Making: Katharine Smith Reynolds and the Landscape of Reynolda (in print), 2007;XXI.3:12

Hu, Shiu-ying

The Introduction of Princess Tree into North America, 2003;XVIII.3:11

Hubbard, Agnes

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

Hubbard, Gardiner Greene

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

Hudgins, Nancy

Leigh Farm garden and, 1991;VII.3:3

Hudson, Karen

on Oglethorpe County, GA historic farmsteads, 1988;IV.3:12

Hudson River School Visions: The Landscapes of Sanford R. Gifford (Avery and Kelly, eds.)

exhibition catalogue, 2003;XVIII.4:14

Hughes, Linda

Houston annual meeting, 1999;XV.1:12

Hughes, Mary V.

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

Biltmore annual meeting and, 1998;XIV.2:6

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

Garden History Seminar: 75 Years of Colonial Williamsburg’s Gardens, 2001;XVI.4:12

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

on Jefferson’s academical village at UVA, 1998;XIII.4:1

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

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

Hughes Garden, Memphis, TN

Garden Conservancy Open Days, 2003;XVIII.2:15

Hultgren, Mary

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

Hume, Hardrada Harold (H. H.)

“Garden Gossip” (Evans) (2000 reprint of 1957 piece), 2000;XV.4:15

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

Ninah Cummer in Jacksonville, FL and, 2017;XXX.4:7

Hume, Ivor Noel

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

Hunt (William Lanier) Award

establishment, 2017;XXX.4:11

First, to Suzanne Turner, 2019;XXXII.2:10

Hunt, Archer and Billy

Lynchburg annual meeting, 2013;XXVI.2:5

Hunt, John Dixon

appointed editor, Journal of Garden History, 1990;VII.2:12

Bartram's Garden Catalogue of North American Plants, 1783 (in print), 1996;XII.3:11

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

Hunt, Richard Morris

Biltmore Estate and, 1994;XI.2:8

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

Hunt, William Lanier “Bill”

annual meeting 1990 and, 2021;XXXIII.3:1

on Bertrand H. Farr (1906–1996), 2008;XXII.2:1

Charter Member, 2002;XVII.4:16

Davidson Horticultural Symposium speaker, 1986;II.3:3

death of, 1996;XII.4:5

Elizabeth Lawrence Border at the North Carolina State University Arboretum and, 1993;IX.2:13

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

first Magnolia Essay dedicated to, 1993;IX.3:16

on First SGHS Board, 2002;XVII.4:16

Flora Ann Bynum remembrance, 2006;XX.3:1

as honorary SGHS president, 1992;VIII.4:15, 1996;XII.3:9

on hyacinths in Bynum garden, 1991;VII.4:5

as Legendary Southern Horticulturist, 2002;XVII.4:13

Legendary Southern horticulturist William Lanier Hunt dies. F. A. Bynum., 1996;XII.4:5

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

on Narcissus x biflorus, 1991;VII.4:5

in the news, 1995;XI.3:16

The plant reporter: searching for pink Roman hyacinths, 1990;VII.1:9

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

on Roman hyacinths as Dutch or garden hyacinths, 1993;X.1:14

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

as SGHS founder, 1985;I.2:3

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

Spring Board meeting, 1994;X.4:6

Hunter, Clementine

Caroline Dormon in Louisiana and, 2004;XIX.2:1

Huntington, Anna Hyatt

Brookgreen Gardens, Murrell’s Inlet, SC and, 1994;XI.1:15

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

Huntington, Archer

Brookgreen Gardens, Murrell’s Inlet, SC and, 1994;XI.1:15

Huntington Library and Botanic Garden, CA

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

The Twelfth Symposium On Old Roses, 2001;XVII.1:8

hurricanes. See also natural disasters; tornadoes

Jacksonville, FL annual meeting tours, 2017;XXX.4:7, 2018;XXXI.1:1

Katrina’s Impact on New Orleans’ historic gardens, 2005;XX.2:1

landscape preservation in Charleston and, 1992;VIII.3:1

Middleton Place appeal for help after, 1990;VI.3:2

The Peggy Martin Rose: as Katrina survivor, 2006;XX.3:5

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

The Peggy Martin Survivor Rose Fund—an update, 2007;XXI.2:19

replanting New Orleans Botanical Garden after, 2007;XXI.3:6

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

Southern gardens hit by, 2004;XIX.3:12

St. Louis Cathedral Garden restoration after, 2008;XXI.4:15

Hutchins, Anthony

Natchez gardens and, 2001;XVII.1:1

Hutchins, Stilson

Oatlands Greenhouse and, 2001;XVI.3:11

Hutty, Alfred Heber

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

wintering in Charleston by, 1999;XIV.4:10

hyacinth bean (Dolichos lablab; now Lablab purpureus)

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

hyacinths

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

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

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, 1991;VII.3:5

Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snowflake’

Aldridge Gardens and, 2018;XXXI.4:7

Hygeia (small town of retirement), Ludlow, KY

information sought on, 1989;VI.2:11

Hynson, Judy

archaeology at Stratford Hall and, 2014;XXVII.3:11

Cultural Landscape Lab at Stratford Hall, 2012;XXV.2:1

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

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Iardinier Francois (Bonnefons, 1664 ed.)

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

Ickes, Harold

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

identification of plants. See plant identification

Illinois Historic Preservation Agency

Caring for Your Local Cemetery (in print), 1990;VI.3:9

Stones and Statutes (in print), 1990;VI.3:9

The Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening (Nicholson, 1887)

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

An Illustrated Glossary of Early Southern Architecture and Landscape (Lounsbury, ed.)

in print, 1994;X.2:11

review, 1994;XI.2:10

Imahara, Walter and Imahara Botanical Garden

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

An Inaugural Botanico-Medical Dissertation (Shultz, 1795)

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

An Infinity of Graces: Cecil Ross Pinsent, An English Architect in the Italian Landscape (Clark)

review, 2013;XXVI.3:7

The Influence of Women on the Southern Landscape (Wright, ed., RSGL conference proceedings)

in print, 1997;XIII.2:9, 1999;XV.2:12

as SGHS publication (1995), 2002;XVII.4:7

Inglis, Frances Drane

Certificate of Merit, 2014;XXVII.1:10

Cultivating History, RSGL conference, 2001;XVII.1:9

Edenton’s Cupola House Database (available), 2006;XX.4:14

Lost Landscapes, RSGL conference tours, 2007;XXI.3:13

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

In Memory of, 2019;XXXII.2:15

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

in the news, 2000;XVI.1:11

Somerset Place garden restoration committee and, 1993;IX.2:14

Inglis, Susan

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

Ingram, Collingwood “Cherry”

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

Ingram, John

“The Cultivated Species of Oxalis,” 1994;X.3:5

In Greg’s Garden: A Pineywoods Perspective on Gardening, Nature and Family (Grant)

in print, 2013;XXVI.1:7

In Memoriam. See obituaries

Innes, George

George Inness and the Visionary Landscape (Bell), 2003;XVIII.4:14

Innocenti, Umberto

Cultural Landscape Lab at Stratford Hall, 2012;XXV.2:1

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

Innocenti & Webel. See also Webel, Richard

The Elizabethan Gardens, NC, 2016;XXIX.1:6

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

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

In Print. See also articles in print

An Abundance of Flowers: More Great Flower Breeders of the Past (Taylor), 2018;XXXI.4:15

African-American Gardens and Yards in the Rural South (Westmacott), 1993;IX.3:14

“Alabama Landscapes” (Stritikus list), 1986;III.2:4

All the Presidents’ Gardens: Madison’s Cabbages to Kennedy’s Roses | How the White House Grounds Have Grown with America (McDowell), 2016;XXIX.3:13

American Botanical Paintings: Native Plants of the Mid Atlantic (Driggers, ed.), 2014;XXVII.2:7

American Eden: David Hosack, Botany, and Medicine in the Garden of the Early Republic (Johnson), 2018;XXXI.3:14

American Gardener’s Calendar (McMahon, 1806), facsimile, 1990;VII.1:15, 1997;XIII.3:11

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

American Household Botany: A History of Useful Plants 1620-1900 (Sumner), 2004;XIX.4:15

American Landscape Architecture: Designers and Places (Tishler, ed.), 1989;V.4:2

Antique Flowers, a Guide to Using Old Fashioned Species in Contemporary Gardens (Whiteside), 1988;V.2:3

Antique Plant Newsletter (Tucker), 1989;VI.1:2

Antique Roses for the South (Welch), 2007;XXI.2:18

Apples of North America: Exceptional Varieties for Gardeners, Growers, and Cooks (Burford), 2013;XXVI.3:10

The Architecture of Trees (Leonardi and Stagi), 2020;XXXIII.2:15

Arthur A. Shurcliff – Design, Preservation, and the Creation of the Colonial Williamsburg Landscape (Cushing), 2014;XXVII.3:7

The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement (Marley, ed.), 2014;XXVII.4:6

On Ballylee: The Enduring Legacy of Our Fathers’ Fields (Lattimore), 2020;XXXIII.2:15

Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life: The Plants and Places That Inspired the Classic Children’s Tales (McDowell), 2014;XXVII.2:7

Becoming Elizabeth Lawrence: Discovered Letters of a Southern Gardener (Wilson), 2010;XXIII.2:14

The Best Apples to Buy and Grow (Hanson, ed.), 2006;XX.3:14

Between the Nanticoke and the Choptank: an Architectural History of Dorchester County, Maryland (Weeks), 1984;I.1:5

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

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

The Bountiful Flower Garden: Growing and Sharing Cut Flowers in the South (Odenwald and Welch, 2000), 2000;XVI.1:15

The Brandywine Valley: An Introduction to its Cultural Treasures (Wamsley), 1993;IX.3:14

Breaking Ground (RSGL conference proceedings), 1999;XV.1:11, 1999;XV.2:12

The Brother Gardeners: Botany, Empire and the Birth of an Obsession (Wulf), 2009;XXII.3:8

Caring for Your Local Cemetery (Illinois Historic Preservation Agency), 1990;VI.3:9

Catalog of Landscape Records in America, 1989;V.4:3

Charleston Gardens and the Landscape Legacy of Loutrel Briggs (Cothran), 2010;XXIII.2:14

Chlorophyll in His Veins: J. C. Raulston, Horticultural Ambassador (Ward), 2010;XXIII.1:13

Classic Bulbs, Hidden Treasures for the Modern Garden (Whiteside), 1991;VIII.2:10

Clues to American Gardens (Weeks with Fogle and Mahan), 1987;III.3:4

Conversations with a Southern Gardener (Ed and Peggy Givhan), 1999;XV.2:13

Daffodils in American Gardens, 1733-1940 (Van Beck), 2014;XXVII.4:6

Designs on Birmingham, a Landscape History of a Southern City and Its Suburbs (Morris and White, eds.), 1989;VI.1:2

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

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

Down to Earth: Practical Thoughts for Passionate Gardeners (Rochester), 2009;XXII.3:10

The Early English Kitchen Garden (Kelley), 1984;I.1:5

The Earth in Her Hands: 75 Extraordinary Women Working in the World of Plants (Jewell), 2020;XXXIII.1:15

Earth on Her Hands: The American Woman in Her Garden (Ockenga), 1999;XV.2:13

Earth Patterns: Essays in Landscape Archaeology (Kelso and Most), 1990;VII.1:15

Edible Memory: the Lure of Heirloom Tomatoes and Other Forgotten Foods (Jordan), 2015;XXVIII.2:9

English Pleasure Gardens (Nichols), 2003;XVIII.2:15

Epic Tomatoes: How to Select and Grow the Best Varieties of all Time (LeHoullier), 2015;XXVIII.2:9

The Evening Garden (Loewer), 1993;X.1:16

For Every House a Garden (Favretti and Favretti), 1990;VII.1:15

Everything for the Garden (Tankard, Nylander, Emmet and Begg), 2019;XXXII.4:13

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

Flora Illustrata: Great Works from the LuEsther T. Mertz Library of The New York Botanical Garden (Fraser and Sellers eds.), 2014;XXVII.4:6

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

Flower and Herb Exchange, 1990;VII.1:15

Flowers and Herbs of Early America (Griffith), 2008;XXII.2:19

On Foreign Soil: American Gardeners Abroad (Hill), 2005;XX.2:13

The Formal Garden: The Tradition of Art and Nature (Laird), 1993;IX.3:14

Founding Gardeners (Wulf), 2011;XXIV.2:7

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

The Fruits and Fruit Trees of Monticello: Thomas Jefferson and the Origins of American Horticulture (Hatch), 1998;XIV.1:10

The Garden Diary of Martha Turnbull, Mistress of Rosedown Plantation (Turner, ed.), 2012;XXV.2:11

The Gardening Book of James L. Hunter, A Southern Planter (Howett), 1996;XII.3:10

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

Gardening by the Book: Celebrating 100 Years of the Garden Club of America (Warren), 2013;XXVI.3:10

Gardening with Heirloom Seeds (Coulter), 2006;XX.3:14

A Garden of Pleasant Flowers: Paradisi in Sole Paradisus Terrestris (Parkinson), 1991;VIII.1:12

Gardens and Gardening in the Chesapeake: 1700-1805 (Sarudy), 1998;XIV.2:11

Gardens and Historic Plants of the Antebellum South (Cothran), 2003;XVIII.4:15

Gardens and Landscapes of Virginia (Favretti and Cheek), 1994;X.2:11

Garden Shrubs and Their Histories (Coats), 1992;VIII.3:11

Gardens in the Spirit of Place (Dickey), 2005;XX.2:13

Gardens in Winter (Lawrence), 1990;VII.1:15

The Gardens of Bunny Mellon (Holden), 2018;XXXI.4:15

The Gardens of Colonial Williamsburg (Brinkley and Chappell), 1997;XIII.2:9

Gardens of Historic Charleston (Cothran), 1995;XI.3:13

The Gardens of Louisiana: Places of Work and Wonder (Turner), 1997;XIII.3:11

The Gardens of Salem, The Landscape History of a Moravian Town in North Carolina (Spencer), 1997;XIII.1:10

The General in the Garden: George Washington’s landscape at Mount Vernon (Schoelwer, ed.), 2015;XXVIII.2:8

From Generation to Generation: A History of St. Luke’s Episcopal Parish, Salisbury, North Carolina (Hood), 2007;XXI.1:15

A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era (Karson), 2007;XXI.3:12

Genius in the Garden: Charles F. Gillette and Landscape Architecture in Virginia (Longest), 1993;IX.3:14

Gentle Conquest (Reveal), 1993;X.1:15

The Glory of Gardens: 2,000 Years of Writings on Garden Design (Tilden, ed.), 2006;XX.3:14

The Golden Age of American Gardens: Proud Owners– Private Estates, 1890–1940 (Griswold and Weller), 1991;VIII.2:10

Grave Landscapes: The Nineteenth-Century Rural Cemetery Movement (Cothran and Danylchak), 2018;XXXI.1:14

Great Gardens of America (Richardson), 2010;XXIII.1:13

Green Enchantment (Clarkson reissue with T. Martin foreward), 1991;VIII.1:12

Green Grows the City (Nichols, reprint), 2006;XX.4:18

In Greg’s Garden: A Pineywoods Perspective on Gardening, Nature and Family (Grant), 2013;XXVI.1:7

The Grid and the River: Philadelphia’s Green Places, 1682–1876 (Milroy), 2016;XXIX.3:13

Grounds for Pleasure: Four Centuries of the American Garden (Otis), 2003;XVIII.3:14

A Guide to the Wildflowers of South Carolina (Porcher and Rayner), 2002;XVII.4:7

Heirloom Bulbs for Today (Wiesinger and Colburn), 2011;XXIV.1:10

Heirloom Gardening in the South: Yesterday’s Plants for Today’s Gardens (Welch and Grant), 2011;XXIV.4:10

The Heirloom Garden: Selecting and Growing Over 300 Old-Fashioned Ornamentals (Gardner), 1992;VIII.4:15

Heirloom Vegetable Gardening (Weaver), 1997;XIII.3:11

Heritage Gardens (Givhan), 1993;IX.3:14

Historic Landscape Directory: A Source Book of Agencies, Organizations, and Institutions Providing Information on Historic Landscape Preservation (Meier, ed.), 1992;VIII.3:11

Historic Virginia Gardens (Williams, reprint), 1986;II.3:9

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

A History of Horticulture in America to 1860 (Hedrick), 1989;V.3:5

Houston’s Silent Garden: Glenwood Cemetery, 1871- 2009 (Turner and Wilson), 2010;XXIII.2:14, 2011;XXIV.1:10

An Illustrated Glossary of Early Southern Architecture and Landscape (Lounsbury, ed.),