A Bit of Dirt – 1995 Newsletters

Click the link below each overview to read the full newsletter. Also in each edition are association event write-ups and additional information.

Issue 6 – Winter, “Perennial Observations”; “The Other Flowers”; “The Herb Corner”

BOD-1995 Winter – Issue 6

Issue 7 – Summer, “Latin Made Simple”, “Summer Doldrums”; “Flower Morphology”; Leaf Morphology”; “My Spring Garden – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”; “The Cherokee Rose, State Flower of Georgia”; The Natural Landscape”

BOD-1995 Summer – Issue 7

Issue 8 – Winter, “Perennial Observations”; “A Wildlife Habitat”; “The Herb Corner”; “A Botanical Wonderland”; “Gardeners Bookshelf”; “Creative Enterprises”; “1995 Home Garden Exhibits”; “Drought Resistant Trees”

BOD-1995 Fall – Issue 8

A Bit of Dirt – 1994 Newsletters

Click the link below each description to read the full newsletter.  In addition to the articles mentioned in each issue are additional association information.

Issue 1, Winter, “Thoughts on a Garden”; “The Winter Garden”; “The Horticultural Creed”

BOT-1994 Winter – Issue 1

Issue 2, Spring, “Roses between the Pages”; “Different and Exciting Plants for Your Garden”; “Make ‘em at Home” (bird perches and feeders); “Looking for old Garden Roses?
BOT-1994 Spring – Issue 2

Issue 3, Summer, “Shrubs for Summer”; “My Friends or ‘Who is this Grace’”; “Gardeners Bookshelf”; “The Herb Corner”; “Gardening Adventures”

BOT-1994 Summer – Issue 3

Issue 4, Fall, “Checklist for Fall”; “Native Plants, Ecosystems and Restoring the Land – ‘What’s that got to do with Me’”; “Doing Some Detective Work”; “Why Should I”; “On Vacaton” (British Isles); “The Extension Line”; “Cullowhee”; “The Gardeners Bookshelf”

BOT-1994 Fall – Issue 4

Issue 5, Winter, “”The Extension Line”; “Bats are more than Halloween”; “Holidays are for the Birds”; “The Dancing Worms”; “Our Club’s History”; “Scented Memories”

BOD-1994 Winter – Issue 5