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Journal American Rhododendron Society

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Dr. Glen Jamieson ars.editor@gmail.com


Volume 8, Number 2
April 1954

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Advertisements

OVER 300 VARIETIES OF
RHODODENDRONS
all the old ones - many of the new
F. C. C. and A. M.
Award plants
CAMELLIAS
AZALEAS
GENERAL NURSERY STOCK
NO CATALOG
HILLSIDE NURSERY
ROCCO CAPPELLI
18809 S. E. Outfield Road
Milwaukie, Oregon


Oregon Grown
RHODODENDRONS

PROPAGATED FROM
F. C. C. AND A. M. PLANTS
IMPORTED FROM FAMOUS GARDENS
OF GREAT BRITAIN

Wholesale Only
HENNY & WENNEKAMP
Brooks, Oregon


Rhododendrons--Azaleas
Camellias--Ornamentals
WEST HILLS NURSERY
C. B. WEST

10108 N.W. Cornell Road
Portland, Ore.


One-Stop Garden Shop
Hermann Seed & Floral Co.
OPEN SUNDAY
1930 8. E. Powell Blvd.
PORTLAND, OREGON


CHAS. H. SKINNER
PACIFIC NATIVE NURSERIES
LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION
Native Trees and Shrubs
6100 N. E. Killingsworth Ave.
Portland, Oregon


RHODODENDRON
RETAIL
(no mail orders)
LARGE AND SMALL WELL
BUDDED PLANTS OF NEW
AND OLD VARIETIES

MRS. B. E. TORPEN
Woodland Acres
2418 Bertha Beaverton Hwy.
Beaverton, Oregon


VAN VEEN NURSERY
RHODODENDRON LINERS
Wholesale only
3127 S. E. 43RD AVE.
PORTLAND, OREGON


We are propagating . . .
Over 200 Rhododendron species, several in salable sizes.
Over 25 varieties Knap Hill Azaleas, mostly not salable yet.
Over 100 varieties deciduous azaleas, Gables, Glen Dales, etc., many salable in small sizes.

REDERLY AND SILVARY HOLLY

Write for Catalog

CRANGUYMA FARMS
LONG BEACH, WASHINGTON


MILWAUKIE RHODODENDRON NURSERY
1031 21ST STREET, MILWAUKIE, OREGON

F.C.C., A.M. and selected forms of
rhododendrons, hardy azaleas, camellias, natives and other Ericaceae

MR. and MRS. CHARLES F. NORRIS


Brydon's ad


Carlton's ad


Reddaway ad


THE WORLD'S FINEST
RHODODENDRONS and HARDY AZALEAS

You can now buy for your own garden the new imported hybrid azaleas (unsurpassed in color brilliance)
and choice rhododendron hybrids collected from the gardens of Europe and
grown here in fine soil and having a well established root system.
Make your choice from one of the nation's lamest and finest collections.
Over 40,000 plants in over 300 of the best named varieties.
Old and New. All sizes, all prices.
Plants shipped to all parts of the United States.

WRITE FOR CATALOGUE.

IRVING B. LINCOLN
Lindum Gardens
637 N. W. Skyline Crest
Portland, Ore.


HEADQUARTERS FOR HOBBY GARDENERS

Complete Stocks of Garden Supplies

PEAT MOSS-FERTILIZERS-PRUNING TOOLS-SPRAYS
AND DUSTS-PLANT LABELS-BULBS
FLOWER & VEGETABLE SEED-GARDEN BOOKS, ETC.

Portland Seed & Pet Store - Allen W. Davis, Mgr.

204 S.W. Yamhill St., Portland, Ore.


NORRIS
RHODODENDRON NURSERY
(FORMERLY MILWAUKIE RHODODENDRON NURSERY)

9299 S. W. TERWILLIGER BOULEVARD
PORTLAND, OREGON

F.C.C., A.M. selected forms of rhododendrons,
hardy azaleas, camellias, natives and other Ericaceae

MR. AND MRS. CHARLES F. NORRIS


HORTICULTURAL SAWDUST
MULCH FERTILIZER FOR RHODODENDRONS,
TREES, BERRIES, SHRUBS, GARDENS AND LAWNS

Reasonable in price. You can afford to
apply enough to obtain the desired results.

Deliveries made anywhere.

SUNSET FUEL CO.
5920 S. W. Macadam
Portland, Oregon


SPECIALIZING
IN THE FINEST VARIETIES OF RHODODENDRONS, CAMELLIAS
AND AZALEAS. MANY NEW HYBRIDS BLOOMING
THIS SPRING. VISIT OUR NURSERY LOCATED CLOSE IN

Rhododendron Nursery
4229 S. E. Division
Portland, Oregon


RHODODENDRONS

ALL SIZES
CAMELLIAS, AZALEAS, CLEMATIS
AND GENERAL
NURSERY STOCK

ALSO LARGE PLANTS OF R.
THOMSONII AND R. CAMBELLIAE

At Reasonable Prices
OSCAR & MARGUERITE NORRBO

CRESTDALE NURSERY
4005 S. W. Crestdale Drive
(off Canyon Drive)
PORTLAND, OREGON


RHODODENDRONS
ALL SIZES, ALSO LINERS
CAMELLIAS, AZALEAS, HEATHER, ETC.

ALSO LARGE PLANTS OF
R. THOMSONII AND R. CAMBELLIAE

At Reasonable Prices
CRESTDALE NURSERY
4005 S. W. Crestdale Drive
(off Canyon Drive)
PORTLAND, OREGON


Volume 8, Number 2
April 1954

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