Rock Garden Quarterly Summer 2012 - (Page 242)

Cooking native Japanese plants Yoko ArAkAwA During a presentation to NARGS Mason-Dixon Chapter in 2011, Malcolm McGregor talked about the fact that Inuit peoples traditionally used the leaves of various saxifrages as part of their diet. It reminded me of the use in Japan of saxifrage leaves, as well as the use of many other plants, many of which we know well in our gardens in North America and our local countryside. 242 Rock Garden Quarterly Vol. 70 (3)

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

Digital Quarterly
Expanding Panayoti's Axioms
Photo Contest 2012
Photographing Alpine Plants: A Landscape Point of View
NARGS 2013 Election Timetable
Rock Gardening from Scratch - Seeds
Kim Blaxland and the Violets of North America
Viola pedata
Violas, Kim, and Us - A Celebration
Cooking Native Japanese Plants
Carl Gehenio Memorial Trough Show
Fire in the Hole: Phlox across Colorado
Rebuilding a Rock Garden in Pittsburgh
A Remarkable Garden: David Douglas and the Shrub-steppe of the Columbia Plateau
Bookshelf - Reviews
Swedish Dreams
Treasurer's Report
Bulletin Board
2012 - Eastern Study Weekend: October, Pittsburgh

Rock Garden Quarterly Summer 2012