Rock Garden Quarterly Spring 2012 - (Page 149)

This general view of the fall prairie taken 6 September, shows diverse composites woven into a tapestry. Jennings Prairie: Martha Oliver PhOtOgraPhs by Charles Oliver A Remnant Thrives in Pennsylvania The hisTory of Jennings Prairie goes back thousands of years. Immense glaciers scoured the earth, removing soil and exposing bedrock. Fine sand, silt and clay particles from glacial meltwater settled Cornus sericea displays brilliant fall color and white berries. Jennings Prairie: A Remnant Thrives in Pennsylvania 149

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Rock Garden Quarterly Spring 2012

Geoffrey Charlesworth Writing Prize
2011 Photo Contest Winners
2012 Photo Contest Announcement
Seven Unheralded Axioms of Rock Gardening
Rock Gardening from Scratch: Vegetative Propagation - Understanding Cuttings
Newfoundland's Southern Limestone Barrens
William J. Dress, 1918-2011
DNA and the Changing Names of Plants ... and Making Sense of the Dicots
Jennings Prairie
Carl Gehenio, 1922-2011
Rock Gardening Roots
Plants that Dazzled me in 2011
Phipps Conservatory
Rock and Ink Struck into Flowers - A Response
Bulletin Board
2012 - Eastern Study Weekend: October, Pittsburgh - Registration form and details

Rock Garden Quarterly Spring 2012