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Articles: Women in Horticulture

For the special “Women in Horticulture” issue of Pacific Horticulture (Summer 2019), we’ve called out the following stories in the online archives; this is but a sampling of the rich content that’s available to search and explore on our website. 
 

The Most Lively Art
Gardening as a science, an art, and a source of joy
by Margedant Hayakawa, 1979
 

Marcia’s Garden: A Conversation
by Marcia Donahue and George Waters, 1989
 

Through Other Eyes
California Wildflowers
by Marjorie Schmidt
 

Roots and Shoots, An Intergenerational Garden
Created by Mary McCullough, Molly Brown, and Kiyomi Masatani
by Barbara Christiani, 2001
 

A Woman, A Garden, An Organization
The Berry Botanic Garden at 25
by Louise Godfrey, 2002
 

A Salvia Garden in Sonoma

by Betsy Clebsch, 2004
 

Native Plant Care
by Carol Bornstein and David Fross, 2005
 

Lessons from the Ruth Bancroft Garden

by Johanna Silver, 2017
 

The Ruth Risdon Storer Garden
Evolution of a Valley-Wise Garden
by Emily Griswold and Ellen Zagory, 2008
 

Driving Miss Worn, and More
A Woman of the Golden Age of American Gardens
by P...

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