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Volume 22, Number 3
July 1968

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Test Garden Ready for Business

Secrest Arboretum test garden
    Fig. 41.  The Great Lakes Chapter's new fence-enclosed test
                  garden at the Secrest Arboretum, Wooster, Ohio.
                  Photo Secrest Arboretum
     
Elevated beds of topsoil, peat and sand, ready for planting
    Fig. 42.  Elevated beds of topsoil, peat
    and sand, ready for planting, at Great
    Lakes Chapter's test garden.
    Photo Secrest Arboretum

        Entries from all Chapters are welcome to the new test garden of the Great Lakes Chapter, located at Wooster, Ohio. Plants should be sent to Dr. Oilver Diller, Curator, Secrest Arboretum, Wooster, Ohio. Rhododendrons and azaleas which are candidates for official A. R. S. awards will be grown in elevated beds of topsoil, peat and sand in an enclosed area free from theft or vandalism. The Chapter's seven-acre display garden is in another part of the Arboretum.


Volume 22, Number 3
July 1968

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