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Volume 3, Number 3
July 1949

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Bacher receiving ARS award.
John Bacher (left) receiving the Society Award from President C.I. Sersanous.



The Quarterly Bulletin
of the
American Rhododendron Society

July 20, 1949
Vol. 3 No. 3

PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY THE
AMERICAN RHODODENDRON SOCIETY

 
Published Quarterly by the AMERICAN RHODODENDRON SOCIETY, Box 8828, Portland, Oregon. The Quarterly Bulletin of the American Rhododendron Society is included as a benefit of membership. Copyright 1949 by the American Rhododendron Society. Permission to reprint any portion of this volume must be granted by the Society.

Issue Contents
Rhododendron taggianum
      by D. W. James
  Rhododendron 'Naomi' (Exbury var.)
      by P. H. Brydon
The Naming of Horticultural Varieties of Rhododendrons
      by J. Harold Clarke
  The Rhododendron Conference: A Delightful Experience
      by J. Harold Clarke
Minutes of Meeting of the ARS, Portland, Oregon, April 19, 1949
      by Mrs. Ruth M. Hansen
  Minutes of Meeting of the ARS, Portland, Oregon, May 27, 1949
      by Mrs. Ruth M. Hansen
The Tacoma Rhododendron Show
      by Leonard F. Frisbie
  Report on Fifth Annual Show
      by C. T. Hansen
Series Azalea: Subseries Luteum
      by Leonard F. Frisbie
  Some Observations of Frost Damage In the Puget Sound Region (Winter 1949)
      by Lester Brandt
Preliminary Code of Nomenclature
The Dr. Rock Rhododendron Seeds   Rhododendron Specifications
Book Review: "Rhododendron" by Kingdon-Ward
      by Rudolph Henny
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OFFICERS
President Treasurer Secretary
C. I. SERSANOUS SHERMAN GREEN MRS. RUTH M. HANSEN
Vice President   Editor A. R. S. Bulletin
LESTER BRANDT   RUDOLPH HENNY


Volume 3, Number 3
July 1949

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