Index of Articles

Following is an index to the years 2000-2014 (volumes 6 through 20).

Numbers indicate Volume: Issue: Page

A

Abies
as Christmas tree, 6:4:7
homolepis, 15:6:27

Abutilon
overwintering, 7:3:11

Acanthopanax sieboldiana
James Pass Arboretum, 13:3:16

Acanthus
easy-to-grow perennial, 12:2:10
mollis, 14:3:23
mollis var. latifolius, 14:3:23

Acer
buergerianum, 13:2:62, 16:2:16
ginnala, 7:3:14
griseum, 13:2:62, 13:5:13, 16:2:16, 19:2:14
growing under, 18:5:11
henryi, 19:2:14
platanoides, 9:4:30, 12:2:22, 13:2:62
pseudosieboldianum, 19:2:13
shirasawanum, 15:4:20
tapping for syrup, 14:2:12, 18:2:30, 18:2:68
tegmentosum, 19:2:13
triflorum, 19:2:14

Acidanthera bicolor
overwintering, 7:3:12

aconite, winter see Eranthis hyemalis

Aconitum, 14:3:25

Actaea
at Amanda’s Garden, 16:2:34

Adiantum pedatum
ethereal fern, 18:2:24
foliage, 8:2:36
plant profile, 8:2:39

Aechmea
plant profile, 8:4:18

Aesculus
plant profile, 8:2:12

African Violet Society of Western New York
celebrates 50 years, 7:4:5

Agastache
‘Apricot Sprite,’ 7:1:23
x ‘Blue Fortune,’ 12:2:11
foeniculum, 10:1:48
yellow plant, 15:4:22

Agle’s Farm Market (Eden), 20:2:25

agri-tourism, 14:4:30

Agway Gardens (Webster), 14:3:47

air quality, 13:2:55

Albizia julibrissin
in Hidden Garden at Cornell, 16:4:15
plant profile, 16:2:28

Alchemilla
mollis, 9:2:22
weed-suppressing ornamental groundcover, 14:4:10

Alexander Central School (Genesee County), 18:3:30

aliens see invasive plants

allelopathy, 7:1:15

Allen, Janet
“Attracting Native Pollinators” (review), 17:3:18
“Bringing Nature Home” (review), 14:2:16
Callery pear, 16:4:38
“Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East (review), 17:2:64
Japanese knotweed, 20:4:18
Monarch butterflies, 12:6:22
native landscape, 12:4:16
pollinators, 13:3:20

allergies, 9:1:18

Allium
minor spring bulb, 10:5:14
sequence planting, 10:2:23

allspice, Carolina see Calycanthus floridus

Almeter, Mark (Wee Bee, Inc.), 13:6:19

almond see Prunus amygdalus

Alocasia macrorrhiza
tropical treasure, 11:3:25

Aman, Michele and Jason, 9:2:6

Amanda’s Garden (Springwater), 16:2:33

Aman’s Outdoor Enterprises, 6:3:6

amaranth, globe see Gomphrena globosa

Amaranthus tricolor
underused annual, 13:3:41

Amaryllis
forcing, 11:6:16

Amelanchier
canadensis, 6:1:11
superior front-yard tree, 13:2:62
for use near utility wires, 12:2:22

American Iris Society
‘Lake Keula’ wins Morgan-Wood medal, 8:4:5

Amsonia
plant profile, 8:3:16

amur see Maackia amurensis

Anemone
blanda, 10:5:13
hupehensis, 6:3:26
japonica, 14:3:25
pulsatilla, 9:1:35

anemone, rue see Anemonella thalictroides

Anemonella thalictroides
ephemeral, 12:2:17

angel’s trumpet see Brugmansia

anise hyssop see Agastache

annuals
low maintenance, 7:2:32
“Pocket Guide to Buffalo’s Favorite Annuals & Bulbs” (review), 6:4:6
reseeding, 18:5:12
underused, 13:3:40

anthracnose, 6:3:22

aphids
on roses, 8:2:42

apple, 10:5:18
organic, 18:5:11
see also apple recipes

apple cider, 9:3:18

apple, May see Podophyllum peltatum

apple recipes
and baked pork chops, 7:3:22
cobbler, 11:6:21
fruit crumble, 19:5:28
galette, 20:5:26, 20:6:5
maple syrup, 19:2:51
muffins, 10:5:18
Passover cake, 6:1:33
and pork tenderloin, 12:6:19
raisin slaw, 13:2:34
soup, 11:5:14

apple scab, 6:3:22

Aquilegia
canadensis, 6:1:16
hybrida ‘McKana Giants,’ 12:2:11

Arabis caucasica
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:8

aralia, fiveleaf see Acanthopanax sieboldiana

Aralia spinosa
at James Pass Arboretum, 13:3:15

arboreta see gardens and arboreta

arborists
Tom Draves, 14:5:16

arborvitae see Thuja

arbutus, trailing see Epigaea repens

Armitage, Allan (horticulturist), 18:4:21

Armour, Jay, 17:6:14

art and artists
sea glass mosaics, 9:3:8
Tomb, Michael, 20:4:6
totems, 14:3:52
yard art, 14:3:10

Artemisia
absinthium, 11:4:22
ludoviciana, 11:4:21

arum, dragon see Dracunculus vulgaris

Aruncus
dioicus perennial for shade, 9:2:22
x ‘Misty Lace,’ 14:3:23

Asarina
sequence planting, 10:2:25

Asarum europaeum, 19:2:50

Asclepias
breeding plant for butterflies, 6:1:27
invasive pink wildflower, 17:4:21
weed-suppressing ornamental groundcover, 14:4:10

ash see Fraxinus

ash borer, emerald, 16:5:14, 17:4:10, 17:5:5

ash, mountain see Sorbus

Asimina triloba
at Gordon’s Nursery, 7:2:24

asparagus
recipes, 7:2:34, 14:2:44, 17:3:42, 20:2:50

Asplenium
growing, 8:2:36
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9
scolopendrium, 18:2:25

aster see Boltonia asteroides

Astilboides tabularis
mammoth plant, 16:3:42

Athyrium
filix-femina, 8:2:39, 18:2:23, 18:2:25
nipponicum, 8:2:36, 8:2:39, 11:4:21, 18:2:23

Atrium filix-femina, 18:2:25

Atwater, Jim (tree aficionado), 16:2:14

Aubrieta deltoidea
easy-to-grow perennial, 12:2:11

Aurora, New York, 10:4:16

autumn fern see Dryopteris

autumn olive see Thanatopsis


B

Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt)
for biological control, 6:1:27

bacteria, beneficial, 15:3:54

bacterial diseases, 6:3:22

Badding Brothers Farm Market (East Amherst), 11:3:18

Bakers’ Acres (Groton), 13:3:36

bald cypress see Taxodium distichum

Ballantyne, Lisa
building a terrarium, 17:6:22

Ballard, Gordon (gardener), 12:6:8

Baltimore Woods (Marcellus), 14:1:12

baneberry see Actaea

Baptisia
‘Carolina Moonlight,’ 15:2:21

Baranowski, Michael (landscape architect), 14:5:10

barberry see Berberis thunbergii

Barrett, Rob
Austrian pine, 20:6:22

Barry, Morgan, 20:5:12

basil see Ocimum basilicum

Bassuk, Nina (urban horticulturist), 10:2:8, 16:4:14, 17:3:16, 18:3:8

basswood see Tilia

Batavia Turf
50 years old, 16:4:6

bats, 6:3:30

Bauman’s Farm Market (Webster), 14:3:47

beans
recipes, 14:4:38, 15:2:64, 20:2:50

bear’s breeches see Acanthus

beautification, community, 11:5:10

Beaver Landscaping (Clarence), 12:6:6

bed-and-breakfast inns
McLallen House (Trumansburg), 10:1:7
Vintage Gardens Bed and Breakfast (Newark), 18:6:19

bedding plants, production of, 8:1:40

Bedford’s Greenhouse (Akron), 18:3:37

bee balm see Monarda didyma

Bee in the Garden (Penfield), 14:3:46

beech see Fagus sylvatica

beech, blue see Carpinus

beech, water see Carpinus

bees, 10:5:26, 13:3:22, 13:6:19, 16:5:34

beetles
lady, 17:4:11
lily leaf, 15:5:8
viburnum leaf, 6:3:22

beets
cold crop, 16:2:61
recipes, 12:2:52, 13:2:34

Begonia hybrida, 19:2:45

Bella Terra Greenhouses (Angola), 20:2:25

beneficial insects for pest control, 6:3:20, 14:2:33

Bengert’s Nursery (West Seneca), 12:3:46

Berberis thunbergii
yellow plant, 15:4:21

Bergen Water Gardens & Nursery (Churchville), 15:3:50

Bergenia
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9
plant profile, 7:4:22
Berkeley, Liz
interior plant maintenance, 7:4:26

Berner Farms/Farm Market & Greenhouse (Elma), 18:3:41

Betula
alleghaniensis, 20:2:16
lenta, 20:2:17
nigra, 20:2:17
plant profile, 20:2:16

Biltmore Estates and Gardens (North Carolina)
garden profile, 6:4:20

bindweed see Convolvus arvensis

biodiversity, 14:2:33

biological control, 6:1:27, 6:3:20

birch see Betula

birdhouses
as gifts, 15:6:17, 16:6:18, 16:6:21
Diane Rivers,’ 16:2:11

birds
in the garden, 13:3:22
great blue heron, 9:2:32, 20:6:5
Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, 6:2:10
suet cake recipe, 20:6:17

bishop’s hat see Epimedium

Bison Nursery (Clarence), 11:3:17

blackberries, 14:5:38

blackspot on roses, 8:2:42

blanching, 10:5:21

bleeding heart see Dicentra

Bletilla striata
at Zantopia Herb Gardens, 16:2:38

bloodroot see Sanguinaria canadensis

blooming, lack of, 15:3:9

blue-eyed grass see Sisyrinchium

blue mist shrub see Caryopteris incana

bluebells see Hyacinthoides hispanica

blueberries
recipes, 6:2:37

bluestar see Amsonia

Bockmier’s Farm Market (Allegany), 17:2:31
Boebel, Tim
hydrangeas, 13:5:16
lotus, 13:2:24
overwintering hydrangea, 17:6:5

Boldt’s Evergreen Farm (Orchard Park), 12:3:48

Boltonia asteroides, 14:3:26

bonsai
Bill Valvanis, 13:5:14

book reviews
“The Adventurous Gardener,” 11:4:19
“Armitage’s Native Plants for North American Gardens,” 13:3:49
“Attracting Native Pollinators,” 17:3:16
“Bringing Nature Home. How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens,” 14:2:16
“Continuous Color,” 10:4:14
“Designing Gardens with Flora of the American East (review), 17:2:64
“Garden Your Way to Health and Fitness,” 15:2:64
“Gardening in Eden,” 9:4:14
“Gardens and Parks in the Rochester Region,” 7:2:6
“A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era”, 9:2:35
“How Grows It?” 7:1:10, 8:1:11
“Native Plants of the Northeast,” 13:3:48
“The New England Wild Flower Society Guide to Growing and Propagation Wildflowers of the United States and Canada, and Native Trees, Shrubs, Vines,” 13:3:48
“Pocket Guide to Buffalo’s Favorite Annuals & Bulbs,” 6:4:6
“Pocket Guide to Buffalo’s Favorite Perennials,” 6:4:6
“Trees in the Urban Landscape,” 10:2:9
“Trees of the Central Hardwood Forests of North America,” 7:2:20

books
we are what we read, 16:2:69

borers, 6:3:22

Borglum, Dana
hybridizes ‘Lake Keula’ iris, 8:4:5

Boston fern see Nephrolepis

Boston ivy see Parthenocissus tricuspidata

botanical gardens see gardens and arboreta

botanicals for pest control, 6:3:20

Bradford, Carol
Clark Reservation, 14:2:38
gesneriads, 14:5:30
Gethsemane Prayer Garden, 15:5:10
winter containers, 13:5:8
Yard art, 14:3:10

Bradford, Carol T.
American chestnut, 15:3:44

Brazilian fireworks see Porphyrocoma pohliana

Bristol’s Garden Center (Victor), 14:3:45

broccoli
old stand-by, 7:4:6
plant profile, 10:3:10
recipes, 10:3:10
testing new varieties, 8:4:21

broccolini
recipe, 20:2:50

Browallia speciosa, 19:2:45

Brugmansia
plant profile, 12:4:12

Brunnera macrophylla
hardy silver, 11:4:22
new for 2005, 11:1:17
perennial for shade, 9:2:22
plant profile, 8:1:12

Bryant, Barbara
Ithaca’s garden shopping, 13:3:36

Bt for biological control, 6:1:27

buckeye see Aesculus

Buckstrup, Michelle
anatomy of common gardens, 11:5:10
Jim Atwater, 16:2:14
Gordon Ballard, 12:6:8
Bassuk-Trowbridge Home landscape, 10:2:8
bonsai master Bill Valavanis, 13:5:14
Buffalo Zoo, 11:2:8
Buffalo’s Sally Jean Cunningham, 10:3:6
Cornell Plantations celebrates winter, 9:3:6
Cornell Plantations’ Deans Garden, 13:6:22
Cornell Plantations new arboretum gardens, 15:2:20
Countryside Flower Farm, 11:6:18
Eblacker & Stone, 15:4:14
Andrew Fowler, 13:1:16
growing beautiful hosta, 11:3:20
Herbly Wonderful, 12:3:40
Mary Hirshfeld, 10:5:8
Lakeside landscape, 11:4:8
Richard LeRoy’s peaceful garden haven, 10:4:8
Todd Lighthouse, 15:5:18
managing gardens frequented by deer, 14:4:12
Joe and Roseanne Moresco, 13:2:30
moss and restoration, 13:4:12
Mount Hope Cemetery, 15:6:26
Wayne Myers, 12:4:20
The Plantsmen (nursery), 9:1:26
Rochester Landscape Technicians Program, 15:3:16
single-species containers, 10:1:8
stocking urban forests, 9:4:8
Sycamore Hill Gardens, 14:1:12
Syracuse’s James Pass Arboretum, 13:3:14
trees and overhead utility wires, 12:2:20
ultimate public garden, 9:2:14
upstate up-and-comers, 11:1:22
Weitz Farm daylilies, 14:2:26
Bill Whitney, 14:5:10
Nancy Wilson, 12:5:10
Zantopia Herb Gardens, 14:6:22
Zazzara plantwomen, 12:1:24

Buddleia
davidii, 13:3:22
nectar flower for butterflies, 6:1:25

Buffalo, New York
Broadway Market’s rooftop garden, 16:4:34
Buffalo & Erie County Botanical Gardens, 7:3:4, 9:2:10
Garden Walk, 12:6:8
Olmsted Parks Conservancy, 10:1:7, 10:2:5
Peace Garden Trail, 18:4:10
Project Green Foot, 14:6:8
zoo, 10:1:7, 11:2:8

Buffalo Tree House, 20:2:49

bugbane see Cimicifuga ramosa

bugs see plant bugs

building projects
lotus gardens, 13:2:24
ponds, 9:4:20
terrariums, 17:6:22

bulbs
critter repellent, 18:5:11
forcing, 11:6:16
minor spring, 10:5:12
overwintering, 7:3:12
“Pocket Guide to Buffalo’s Favorite Annuals & Bulbs” (review), 6:4:6
too many? 18:5:11

Burnap’s Farm Market (Sodus), 11:2:28, 14:3:48

Burton’s Farm Market (Olean), 17:2:32

butterbur see Petasites japonica

butterflies
10 years of observing, 6:3:7
gardening for, 6:1:23, 13:3:22
Monarch, 12:6:22
red-banded hairstreak, 19:6:5

butterfly bush see Buddleia

butterfly weed see Asclepias


C

cairns, 15:4:16

Caltha palustris
woodlot wildflower, 19:3:15

Calycanthus floridus
fragrant shrub, 15:2:27

Campanula
new for 2005, 11:1:17
new for 2007, 13:1:26

Campbell, Melodye
daylilies for the Northeast, 12:4:14

Camps
19th Century Farm Kids, 17:6:26

candle plant see Plectranthus

candytuft see Iberis sempervirens

Canna
overwintering, 7:3:12
tropical treasure, 11:3:24
Cannon-Crothers, Angela
Shimmering Light Farm, 15:6:10

Carex
elata, 15:4:23
hachijoensis, 15:4:23
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9

Carnivorous Plant Club, 17:4:10

Carolina allspice see Calycanthus floridus

Carpinus
betulus, 20:2:17
caroliniana, 17:2:37, 20:2:17

carrot
recipes, 16:4:32

Carya
at Gordon’s Nursery, 7:2:24

Caryopteris incana
yellow plant, 15:4:22

Castanea
versus Aesculus, 8:2:12
dentata, 15:3:44
at Gordon’s Nursery, 7:2:25

castor-aralia see Kalopanax pictus

catalogs
Garden Catalog Profile (software), 7:1:26

Catalpa
bignonioides, 15:4:20
speciosa, 10:2:18
Turnbull Nursery and Garden Center (North Collins), 19:6:8

catmint see Nepeta

Cattleya
plant profile, 9:2:28

cauliflower
salad, 11:4:16
Cayo, Kitty
Linda Yates, 11:4:32

Cayuga Landscape (Ithaca), 13:3:37

cedar, Japanese see Cryptomeria japonica

Celosia
underused annual, 13:3:41

Celtis occidentalis
plant profile, 6:4:26
on SUNY Syracuse campus, 13:3:16

cemeteries
Mount Hope Cemetery, 15:6:26

Centaurea maculosa
invasive pink wildflower, 17:4:21

Cercis
canadensis, 13:2:63, 16:2:24
chinensis, 16:2:25

Chamaecyparis
nootkatensis, 9:3:7
obtusa, 15:4:21
pisifera, 15:4:21, 15:6:28

chameleon plant see Houttuynia cordata

Chelone lyonii, 14:3:26

cherry, cornelian see Cornus

chestnut see Castanea

Chiavetta’s Potatoes and Greenhouse (Angola), 20:2:28

children
19th Century Farm Kids (camp), 17:6:26
benefits of dirt, 17:3:54
benefits of gardening with, 12:2:56
DECA and Hamburg Farmer’s Market, 10:4:7
gardening with, 10:1:30, 10:2:36, 10:2:42, 14:2:70, 17:5:34
indoor winter garden activities, 11:6:17
raising food with, 19:4:34
writers, 18:5:34

Chionanthus
superior front-yard tree, 13:2:63

Chionodoxa
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

Chmieleski, Sue (lavender farmer), 19:4:9

Christmas fern see Polystichum

Christmas-jewels see Aechmea

Christmas rose see Helleborus

Christmas trees
decorating tips, 16:6:19
as gifts, 16:6:18
mulching, 16:6:5
overwintering live, 15:6:5
selection and care, 6:4:7
species, 18:2:37

Chrysanthemum
behind production scene, 7:3:6

Chuck Wagon Restaurant (Olean), 17:2:33

cilantro, 16:2:61

Cimicifuga ramosa
easy-to-grow perennial, 12:2:11

cinnamon fern see Osmunda

Cintineo, John and Madonna (Countryside Flower Farm), 11:6:18

Cirsium vulgare
invasive pink wildflower, 17:4:21

Cladrastis kentukea
James Pass Arboretum, 13:3:15
plant profile, 6:1:36, 16:2:25

Clark Reservation Nature Center Gardens, 14:2:38

Claytonia virginica
woodlot wildflower, 19:3:14

Clematis
new for 2007, 13:1:26

Clethra
barbinervis, 13:6:22
fragrant shrub, 15:2:28

climate
change, 13:2:54, 14:6:8
hardiness zones, 16:3:16

clover see Trifolium pratense

clover mites, red, 17:3:21

Clover Nursery and Garden Center (Brighton), 15:3:49

cockscomb see Celosia

Codonopsis
sequence planting, 10:2:25

coffeetree, Kentucky see Gymnocladus dioicus

Coffin, Marian (landscape architect), 7:4:11

Coleus, 19:2:49

collards
testing new varieties, 8:4:21

Collins Ted (Doc Lilac), 16:3:12

Colocasia esculenta
tropical treasure, 11:3:25

color
black flowers, 9:1:10
burgundy foliage, 8:2:24
“Continuous Color” (review), 10:4:14
hardy silver plants, 11:4:20
pink wildflowers, 17:4:20
yellow plants, 15:4:20

columbine see Aquilegia

Columnea, 14:5:30

comfrey see Symphytum officinale

community beautification, 11:5:10

community gardens
Broadway Market, 16:4:34
First Unitarian Church of Rochester, 17:4:16
Penfield, 11:5:16
Shimmering Light Farm, 15:6:10

community supported agriculture, 11:4:38, 15:6:30

companion planting, 10:3:7, 14:2:32

compost and composting
for the lazy gardener, 13:4:18
low maintenance, 7:2:33
moving bins, 7:1:46
primer, 6:3:28
sheet, 7:2:33
Van Slyke Dairy Farm organic, 17:4:26

computer software
Garden Catalog Profile, 7:1:26

coneflower, purple see Echinacea purpurea

conifers
American Conifer Society, 13:4:26
perennial, 11:6:8

Conrad, Laurie (gardener), 9:2:14
Conroy, John M.
Brugmansia, 12:4:12
Consaul, Shannon
cold crops, 16:2:61

conservatories see gardens and arboreta

containers
don’t judge plants in, 14:6:11
eggshell planters, 20:2:57
gardening in, 12:4:38, 16:2:64
instant garden, 12:2:48
for low maintenance gardening, 7:2:33
overwintering, 19:6:8
pocket planters, 17:2:68
single-species, 10:1:8
tipsy vertical, 20:4:30
for winter, 13:5:8

Convolvus arvensis
invasive pink wildflower, 17:4:21
Cook, Richard J.
American basswood, 7:2:18
common hackberry, 6:4:26
common hoptree, 6:3:24
common persimmon, 6:1:20
John H. Gordon Jr., 7:2:24
Persian ironwood, 7:1:24
sassafras, 6:2:31
Sonnenberg Gardens, 8:4:6
“Trees of the Central Hardwood Forests of North America” (review), 7:2:20

coral bells see Heuchera

Coreopsis
new for 2002, 8:1:6
new for 2005, 11:1:17
new for 2006, 12:1:16
new for 2007, 13:1:26

corktree see Phellodendron amurense

corn salad, 11:4:16

corn salsa, 20:4:13

Cornell Plantations (Ithaca)
Deans Garden, 13:6:22
flowering crabapple collection, 9:1:33
Mary Hirshfeld, 10:5:8
new arboretum gardens, 15:2:20
profile, 6:3:8
winter garden, 9:3:6

Cornell University
Hidden Garden, 16:4:14
Minns Garden, 17:3:14

Cornell University Cooperative Extension Service, 10:3:6, 18:2:14, 20:6:7

Cornus
alba, 9:3:7
alba sibirica, 13:5:13
‘Bud’s Yellow, 13:5:13
fertilizing for blooms, 16:4:7
kousa, 7:4:21, 13:6:23
mas, 7:2:26, 11:2:52, 12:2:22, 13:6:23
sanguinea, 9:3:7
sericea, 9:3:7
superior tree, 13:2:63

Cornwall, England, gardens of, 9:4:5

Corylopsis
plant profile, 12:3:14

Corylus avellana
at Gordon’s Nursery, 7:2:25

Cothrel, Steve (city forester), 18:3:10

Cotinus
‘Young Lady,’ 15:2:22

cottage gardens, 12:4:24, 14:4:16

cougars, 8:1:34

Country Way Garden Center (Fairport), 14:3:46

Countryside Flower Farm (Honeoye Falls), 6:1:7, 8:1:6, 11:6:18

coyotes
profile, 8:2:18

crabapple see Malus

crafts see Monrad, Cathy

Crambe cordifolia
plant profile, 6:2:35

cranberries
facts about, 11:6:21
recipe, 14:6:21

cranesbill see Geranium

creeping Jenny see Lysimachia

cress, rock see Aubrieta deltoidea

Crocosmia
plant profile, 7:3:18

Crocus
for clay soil, 10:5:16
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

Crosman Seed Corp (East Rochester), 19:2:16

crown vetch see Securigera varia

Cryptomeria japonica
in Hidden Garden at Cornell, 16:4:16

culture-indexing, 11:4:12

Cunningham, Deirdre
agri-tourism, 14:4:30
Aurora, NY and Wells College, 10:4:16
home winemaking, 15:2:52
Veteran’s Sanctuary, 18:3:14

Cunningham, Sally
choosing better trees, 13:2:60
National Gardening Festival, 18:2:48
natural landscapes, 13:6:10
organic companion garden, 14:2:32
what my garden has taught me, 14:6:10
what’s hot? 14:3:22

Cunningham, Sally Jean (author, educator), 10:3:6
on volunteer plants, 20:3:11

curry, 10:1:19

cut flowers, 18:5:11

Cyclamen
hederifolium, 12:6:18
plant profile, 9:4:16

Cynanchum
invasive species, 6:2:24, 12:6:22

Cypress Gardens (Florida), 7:4:14

Cyrtomium fortunei, 18:2:24


D

Dahlia
Beverly and Bob Hillman, 16:5:10
sequence planting, 10:2:24

daisy, shasta see Leucanthemum

Dan’s Diner (Angola), 20:2:28

Daphne mezereum
fragrant shrub, 15:2:26

Darmera peltata
mammoth plant, 16:3:42

Davallia fejeensis
plant profile, 11:6:10

Davidoff, Trudi
winter sowing, 19:6:14

daylily see Hemerocallis

Days Park Block Club (Buffalo), 10:2:5

deadheading, 14:6:12

Deans Garden (Cornell Plantations), 13:6:22

Decaire, Dianne
black winter violas, 8:4:17

deer
discouraging, 6:4:8
managing in garden, 13:3:23, 14:4:12
repellents, 18:5:11
Nancy Wilson on gardening with, 12:5:10

DeFillippo, Dominic (gardener), 13:4:12

Delosperma nubigenum
easy-to-grow perennial, 12:2:11

Der Rosenmeister (Ithaca), 11:1:22, 13:3:37

desiccation, 10:1:52

design
Laura Springer and Scott Ogden, 17:1:23
with stone, 7:4:30
why would you plant that? 16:3:48

devil’s walking stick see Aralia spinosa

Dianthus
new for 2005, 11:1:17
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9
pink wildflower, 17:4:20
plant profile, 11:3:28, 12:3:14

Diascia barberae, 19:2:49

Dicentra
cucullaria, 12:2:17
eximia, 12:2:12
formosa, 12:2:12
spectabilis, 15:4:22

Dichondra argentea, 19:2:49

dieback, 18:5:12

dill, 16:2:61

Dimino, Anthony and Barbara (gardeners), 18:5:18

Diospyros virginiana
at Gordon’s Nursery, 7:2:24
plant profile, 6:1:20, 10:3:18

directory
2005, 11:1:4

disasters
hurricanes, 18:2:14

diseases, 6:3:22, 8:1:35, 18:4:9
see also names of specific plants

Dodecatheon meadia
ephemeral, 12:2:17
woodland wildflower for landscaping, 6:1:17

dogtooth lily see Erythronium americanum

dogwood see Cornus

Donnelly, Ruah
Jane’s Herb Farm, 11:3:10

Dore, Ed (landscaper), 19:4:12

Dore Landscape Associates (Pendelton), 19:4:12

dormancy, 11:2:56

Dracunculus vulgaris
mammoth plant, 16:3:44

Draves, Tom (arborist), 14:5:16

drip irrigation, 8:1:36

drought, early season, 8:1:36

Dryopteris
carthusiana, 18:2:24
erythrosora, 8:2:39, 18:2:24
filix-mas, 18:2:23
goldiana, 16:3:43
tokyoensis, 16:3:43
undulata, 18:2:25

dyes, natural, 19:2:56


E

Earlybird Farm (Ithaca), 13:3:38

Earsing’s Green House (West Seneca), 12:3:47

Eblacker & Stone, 15:4:14

Echinacea purpurea
nectar flower for butterflies, 6:1:25
new, 11:1:18, 12:1:16
‘Tiki Torch,’ 14:3:23

Echinops
‘Veitch’s Blue,’ 13:5:13
weeds? 12:5:8

Ecker, Howard (nurseryman), 17:3:10

Eckerson, Debbie
new managing editor of UGJ, 17:4:10

Eden Valley Growers (Eden), 20:2:24

Edgewood Nursery (Macedon), 14:3:46

education
Alexander Central School outdoor classroom, 18:3:30
Rochester Civic Garden Center classes, 9:1:12
Rochester Landscape Technicians Program, 15:3:16
teachable moments, 17:4:42

egg dyeing, natural, 19:2:56

eggplant
nightshade, 18:5:14
old stand-by, 7:4:6
recipes, 14:4:38
sacrificial, 10:3:7
testing new varieties, 8:4:21

Elaeagnus
angustifolia, 19:5:14
umbellata, 6:2:24

Elderberry Pond Farm (Auburn), 9:3:18

electrical utility wires and trees, 12:2:20

elephant ear see Alocasia macrorrhizaColocasia esculenta

Ellwanger Garden (Rochester), 13:3:10

emerald ash borer, 16:5:14, 17:4:10, 17:5:5

Emily’s Garden (Victor), 14:5:5

endangered plants
SUNY ESF’s Multi-purpose Greenhouse Range, 16:3:46

English gardens of Cornwall, 9:4:5

English ivy see Hedera helix

epaulette tree see Pterostyrax hispida

Epigaea repens
at Mount Hope Cemetery, 15:6:28

Epimedium
perennial for shade, 9:2:22, 14:2:22

equipment see tools and equipment

Eranthis hyemalis
plant profile, 8:4:18

Erie Basin Marina (Buffalo), 11:4:8

Eryngium
weeds? 12:5:8

Erythronium americanum
ephemeral, 12:2:17
woodlot wildflower, 19:3:14

Eshenaur, Brian
bedding plant production, 8:1:40
Christmas tree selection, 6:4:7
daylily rust, 8:1:35
fall mum production, 7:3:6
golf courses, 7:2:10
hemlock woolly adelgid, 8:3:6
lady beetle season, 17:4:11
new job, 12:6:7
ornamental groundcovers, 14:4:10
pumpkin production, 8:3:6
slugs in the garden, 6:1:8
soil: what’s in there? 7:1:7
yellow jackets, 6:2:8

Eshenaur, Brian
gardening blunders, 18:3:8

Eupatoriadelphus, 17:4:20

Eupatorium
maculatum, 13:5:13
rugosum, 14:3:26

Euphorbia
plant profile, 11:2:50
‘Royal Velvet,’ 14:3:24

Evans, Madlyn (gardener), 17:4:16

evergreens see conifers

Everitt, Jonathan
A mystery grows at Chimney Bluffs, 18:3:50, 18:4:36, 18:6:25, 19:2:57, 20:3:38


F

Faery’s Nursery (Lockport), 11:3:18

Fagus sylvatica
at Highland Park and Durand Eastman, 16:2:16
Fahey, Margaret E.
Agastache, 7:1:23
Crocosmia, 7:3:18
Japanese anemone, 6:3:26
Nepeta, 7:2:13
oakleaf hydrangea, 6:4:25
verbena, 6:2:34

Fairmont Royal York Hotel (Toronto), 8:4:22

false Solomon’s seal see Maianthemum racemosa

falsecypress see Chamaecyparis

Farm-to-Cafeteria Program, 15:6:12

farmers’ markets
Bauman’s Farm Market, 14:3:47
Berner Farms/Farm Market & Greenhouse, 18:3:41
Bockmier’s Farm Market, 17:2:31
Burnap’s, 11:2:28, 14:3:48
Burton’s Farm Market, 17:2:32
Miller’s Farm Market, 17:2:32
run by kids, 10:4:7
spring plant buying, 7:2:46
Wambach’s Farm Market, 14:3:47

farms and farming
and agri-tourism, 14:4:30
hobby, 13:6:18
Lavender Crest, 19:4:9
Lockwood Lavender Farm, 19:4:9
Ol’ Factory Soaps & Scents, 19:4:9
organic, 10:3:8
Van Slyke Dairy Farm organic compost, 17:4:26

Farrar, Ellyn Mary
King’s Garden at Ticonderoga, 7:4:10

fences, 18:4:29
as garden framework, 11:2:20

ferns
for every garden, 18:2:22
profile, 8:2:36
see also names of specific ferns

fertilizer and fertilizing
buried fish scraps, 9:3:12
lawns, 11:2:35
rock powder, 9:4:24
see also compost and composting

fescue see Festuca

Festuca
glauca, 11:4:22
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9

Ficus benjamina
care of, 14:1:6

fig see Ficus benjamina

filbert see Corylus avellana

Filipendula
purpurea, 14:3:26
rubra, 14:3:26

Finzer, Rich
invasive species, 19:5:14
maple syrup 101, 18:2:30
nightshades, 18:5:14
pinks, 17:4:20
woodlot wildflowers, 19:3:14

fir see Abies

fir, Douglas see Pseudotsuga

fire blight, 6:3:22, 18:4:9

First Unitarian Church of Rochester community garden, 17:4:16

fish
as fertilizer, 9:3:12
as gifts, 15:6:17

Fitzgerald, Chris
backyard ponds and wildlife, 6:2:28

flag, Spanish see Mina lobata

flies
beneficial, 14:2:33

florists
Ithaca, New York, 13:3:36

flowers
black, 9:1:10
Countryside Flower Farm, 11:6:18
crystallized, 10:1:18
pressing, 14:6:26
spring checklist, 8:1:10
winter check list, 7:4:7

foliage
burgundy, 8:2:24
fronds, 8:2:36

Folts, Ellen
landscaping with woodland wildflowers, 6:1:16
why would you plant that? 16:3:48

food
apple cider, 9:3:18
preventing spoilage with antimicrobial spices, 7:2:45
raising with kids, 19:4:34
see also recipes

food pantries, 18:6:26

food safety, 15:4:38

forcing branches, 7:1:22, 14:1:6

forest grass see Hakonechloa macra

forests
Hemlock Lake old growth, 8:1:28
urban, 9:4:8

forget-me-not see Brunnera macrophyllaMyosotis

Forsythia
yellow plant, 15:4:21

Fort Ticonderoga, King’s Garden at, 7:4:10

fossils, 12:4:20

Fothergilla
plant profile, 12:3:12

four-lined plant bug, 13:4:8

Four Winds Farm (Gardiner), 17:6:14

Fowler, Andrew
bean trees, 16:2:24
birches and their kin, 20:2:16
Epimedium, 14:2:22
fragrant shrubs, 15:2:26
Hamamelids, 12:3:10
invasive alien species, 6:2:24
lesser known native trees, 17:2:36
silverbells and snowbells, 13:2:14
trouble in paradise, 18:2:36
walnuts, 7:1:12
when is a chestnut . not? 8:2:12

Fowler, Andrew (nurseryman and archaeologist), 13:1:16

Fowler, Andrew P.
Asian maples, 19:2:12

fragrance
shrubs, 15:2:26

Frank, Greg
allergies and plants, 9:1:18
are native plants really better? 7:4:28
early season drought, 8:1:36
gawking at a naked tree, 6:4:28
how gardens heal, 11:2:14
natural pest control, 6:3:20
night lighting, 7:1:28
reducing stress on trees and shrubs, 8:3:12
soil amendment, 7:2:28
spring tree care, 6:1:30
tree care ongoing commitment, 6:2:40

Franklinia
alatamaha, 6:1:13
superior tree, 13:2:63

Fraxinus
emerald ash borer, 16:5:14

fringetree see Chionanthus

Fritillaria meleagris
minor spring bulb, 10:5:14

Froehlich, Christine
cottage gardens, 12:4:24
garden privacy, 11:2:20
Marcy Klein, 15:5:12
Michael Hannen’s hideaway, 15:3:42
Laura Springer and Scott Ogden, 17:1:23
Rick Schaffer, 15:5:12
underused annuals, 13:3:40

Fuchsia
plant profile, 8:1:24

fungal diseases
anthracnose, 6:3:22
apple scab, 6:3:22
needlecast, 18:2:38
rust, 6:3:22, 8:1:35
Thousand Canker Disease, 18:2:38


G

Gaasch, Cynnie
Urban Roots, 14:2:14

Galanthus
plant profile, 8:4:18

Gallea’s Tropical Greenhouse (Pittsford), 15:3:48

Gannon, Trish
fragrance, color, and endurance, 14:3:40

Ganondagan (Victor), 8:4:30

garages, organizing, 8:1:54

garden centers
Bee in the Garden, 14:3:46
Bristol’s Garden Center, 14:3:45
Country Way Garden Center, 14:3:46
The Garden Store, 14:3:44
Harris Garden Center, 14:3:47
Hilltop Market, 14:3:46
Rochester Civic Garden Center, 6:1:6
Sinn Valley Gardens, 17:2:30
Spring Valley Garden Center, 14:3:46
Thomas Landscape & Design, 14:3:47
The Village Garden Store, 14:3:44
Wayside Garden Center, 14:3:45
see also farmers’ markets; nurseries

garden clubs
Internet resources, 6:2:6

Garden Factory (Gates), 15:3:50

garden follies, 20:5:17

Garden in the Hollow (Clarence), 11:3:16

garden planners
Clyde’s Garden Planner, 6:2:6

Garden Sensations Garden Center & Wholesale Nursery (Hamburg), 12:3:51

The Garden Store (Victor), 14:3:44

garden tours, 15:6:14, 19:4:18

GardenAerial (Rochester), 15:6:7, 19:5:6, 20:5:14

gardeners, 15:4:10

gardening
advice for new garden(er)s, 19:2:22
all thumbs, 11:3:46
benign neglect, 11:5:30
blunders, 18:3:8
climate change, 13:2:54
easy maintenance, 7:2:32
education, 9:1:12
fall maintenance, 6:3:5
the horticultural hinge, 18:6:8
identity crisis, 12:6:26
indoors, 16:2:64
leaving behind, 6:1:46
low maintenance, 11:5:30
more pleasure, less work, 18:4:28
organizing equipment, 8:1:54
in public spaces, 9:2:14
reality of planning, 10:4:30
spring maintenance, 7:1:10
spring rebirth, 10:3:30
summer maintenance, 6:2:15
upstate vs. England, 10:1:5
what it teaches you, 14:6:10
winter, 7:4:7, 9:4:7
see also children

gardens and arboreta
Alexander Central School outdoor classroom, 18:3:30
Gordon Ballard, 12:6:8
Baltimore Woods, 14:1:12
Biltmore Estates and Gardens, 6:4:20
Clark Reservation Nature Center Gardens, 14:2:38
community, 11:4:38, 11:5:16
of Cornwall, England, 9:4:5
Cypress Gardens, 7:4:14
Anthony and Barbara Dimino, 18:5:18
donations to, 14:5:6
drought garden, 16:4:18
Erie Basin Marina, 11:4:8
evolving, 14:6:12
Gethsemane Prayer Garden, 15:5:10
gift memberships, 15:6:14
Wendy and Morley Gwirtzman, 12:5:14
Donna and Bob Harrer, 18:5:19
healing, 11:2:14
Hidden Garden at Cornell, 16:4:14
Hospicare of Tompkins County, 17:5:10
Ithaca Commons, 11:5:10
James Pass Arboretum, 13:3:14
King’s Garden at Ticonderoga, 7:4:10
Michael and Betty Kistner, 18:5:19
Lockport, New York, 18:5:18
low-maintenance, 17:5:17, 18:5:11
Nan MacFarlane, 18:5:19
meditation, 11:6:22
Mendon Ponds Park, 8:3:8
Minns Garden at Cornell University, 17:3:14
Karen Miranda, 15:3:12
Barbara and David Morse, 12:3:22
of Niagara, New York, 10:4:27
John Ottaviano, 18:5:18
Peace Garden Trail, 18:4:10
reading accession tags, 13:6:23
Robin Hill, 6:1:10
rooftop at Royal York, 8:4:22
Royal Botanical Gardens, 8:4:30
Schuster Memorial Garden, 6:4:5
Sonnenberg Gardens, 8:4:5
Springs of Clifton, 11:2:14
Sycamore Hill Gardens, 14:1:12
topsoil, 18:5:10

Veterans’ Sanctuary, 18:3:14
wall, 17:2:68
web sites, 6:4:19
Weitz Farm, 14:2:26
Nancy Wilson, 12:5:10
Zantopia Herb Gardens, 14:6:22
see also Buffalo, New York; Cornell Plantations (Ithaca); Rochester, New York

Gardenscape (Rochester), 8:1:44, 9:1:20

Gardner, Jo Ann
hardy silvers, 11:4:20
prairie roses, 10:3:10
silver lungworts, 11:2:46

Gardner, Nellie (gardener), 13:3:40

Gaus, Tracy and Doug (Herbly Wonderful), 12:3:40

Gehret, Jeanne
assessing winter landscape, 12:6:16
the calm garden, 11:6:22
community garden, 11:5:16

Genesee Country Village & Museum, 7:2:34

Genrich Garden Center (Irondequoit), 15:3:49

Geranium
cantabrigiense, 12:4:8
cinereum, 12:4:8
lancastriense, 12:4:8
macrorrhizum, 9:2:23, 12:4:8
maculatum, 12:4:8
maderense, 13:4:21
mowable ground cover, 10:5:17
‘Rosetta,’ 13:1:26
‘Rozanne,’ 10:2:5
sanguineum, 12:4:8
‘Sue Crug’ new for 2002, 8:1:6
see also Pelargonium

gesneriads, 14:5:30

Gethsemane Prayer Garden (Syracuse), 15:5:10

Gibson, Beverly
Rochester’s Ellwanger Garden, 13:3:10
tribute to Anne Stonehocker, 13:3:56

gifts, garden, 8:4:4, 15:6:14, 16:6:18

Ginenthal, Lee (DerRosenmeister), 11:1:22

Gladiolus
Meredith Hudson, 17:3:38

Gladkowski, Ron
miniature greenhouses, 6:3:6

Gleditsia triacanthos
var. inermis, 16:2:27
yellow plant, 15:4:20

Glick, Barry
hellebores, 8:1:15
Mertensia virginica, 15:2:57
Pachysandra procumbens, 7:3:16
Veronicastrum sibiricum, 7:2:12
wild patooonyas? 14:6:8

global warming see climate

glory of the snow see Chionodoxa

gloves, 15:6:14

goat’s beard see Aruncus

Goldberg, Melissa
Schuster Memorial Garden, 6:4:5

golden grass see Milium effusum

goldenchain tree see Laburnum

goldenrain tree see Koelreuteria paniculata

goldenrod see Solidago

golf courses, behind the scenes at, 7:2:10

Gomphrena globosa
underused annual, 13:3:41

Good Earth Greenhouse (Clifton Springs), 11:1:23

Gordon, John H., Jr. (nurseryman), 7:2:24

Grandpa’s Nursery & Gardens (Ontario), 14:3:48

grape hyacinth see Muscari

grape, wild see Vitis riparia

grasses
ornamental invasives, 18:2:39
see also lawns

Green Acre Farm & Nursery (Greece), 15:3:49

Green, Franziska
wall gardens, 17:2:68
winter wonderland, 17:6:8

Green, Ken, 17:6:14

green roofs, 16:5:20

Green Visions Program, 20:5:12

greenhouses
2007 directory, 13:1:4
Bedford’s Greenhouse, 18:3:37
Corfu’s floral history, 16:3:20
H.G. Miller’s Farm & Greenhouse, 18:3:40
Lavocat’s Family Greenhouse & Nursery, 18:3:36
Lucas Greenhouses, 14:3:45
miniature, 6:3:6
SUNY ESF’s Multi-purpose Greenhouse Range, 16:3:46
Trolley Bed Greenhouses, 14:3:45
Weeks Nursery & Greenhouses, 18:3:36
see also nurseries

Greentopia, 20:5:14

Griffiths, Helen Margaret
lavender, 19:4:8

Grossman’s Country Nursery (Penfield), 14:3:46

groundcover
embracing, 18:5:10
weed-suppressing ornamental, 14:4:10
yellow, 15:4:22

groundhogs
contemplating Woody, 7:3:30
Woody, the final chapter, 9:2:46

Guinea hen flower see Fritillaria meleagris

Gullo’s Garden Center & Nursery (Hamburg), 12:3:50

gum, black see Nyssa sylvatica

Gwirtzman, Wendy and Morley (gardeners), 12:5:14

Gymnocladus dioicus, 13:3:14
plant profile, 16:2:26


H

hackberry see Celtis occidentalis

Hakonechloa macra
yellow plant, 15:4:23

Halesia
diptera, 13:2:21
tetraptera (Carolina silverbell), 13:2:19, 13:3:8 (correction), 13:6:23

Halm, Cindy
proposed NYS legislation vs. IPM, 6:2:5

Ham, Michelle Jones
rock gardening, 12:2:40

Hamamelis
fragrant shrub, 15:2:26
plant profile, 12:3:10
superior tree, 13:2:63

Hamburg Farmer’s Market, 10:4:7

handicapped
Mendon Ponds Park garden for, 8:3:8
visually impaired gardener Ranaldo, 8:3:10

Hanford, George and Karen, 14:1:12

Hannen, Michael (nurseryman), 15:3:42

hardiness zones, 16:3:16

Harlos, Carol Ann
paperwhite narcissus, 16:1:30

Harper Hill Farm (Darien), 13:6:18

Harrer, Donna and Bob (gardeners), 18:5:19

Harris Garden Center (Webster), 14:3:47

Harris, Janet E.
gardening in upstate not easy, 10:1:5

hart’s tongue fern see Asplenium

Hawk’s Nest Nursery (Hilton)
plant recommendations, 6:2:6

Haywood, Pat
central NY rep for UGJ, 12:3:7

Headley, Dave
marriage of vine and shrub, 10:1:50

healing gardens, 11:2:14

Hedera helix
in Hidden Garden at Cornell, 16:4:14
yellow plant, 15:4:22

Hedrick, Rick (nurseryman), 9:1:26

Hedrick, Ulysses P.
Rochester’s GardenAerial, 19:5:6

Helictotrichon sempervirens
hardy silver, 11:4:22

Helleborus
new hybrids, 11:1:16
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9
plant profile, 6:4:24, 8:1:15

Hemerocallis
‘Barbara Mitchell,’ 8:1:6
daylily rust, 8:1:35
‘Mary Lane,’ 10:2:5
most popular by region, 14:3:8
new for 2007, 13:1:26
‘Patricia,’ 14:3:24
‘Royal Prince,’ 7:1:8
top 10 for Northeast, 12:4:14
Weitz Farm daylilies, 14:2:26

hemlock see Tsuga

Hemlock Lake
old growth trees, 8:1:28

hemlock woolly adelgid
plant alert, 8:3:6

Henry’s Gardens (Eden), 20:2:25

Heptacodium miconioides
at Cornell Plantations’ Deans Garden, 13:6:23
at Highland Park and Durand Eastman, 16:2:16
superior tree, 13:2:63

Heracleum mantegazzianum, 19:5:15

Herb Haven (Crystal Beach), 15:6:11

Herbly Wonderful (Batavia), 12:3:40

herbs
companion planting, 10:3:7
growing indoors, 11:6:16
hanging garden, 20:3:17
Herb Haven, 15:6:11
Jane’s Herb Farm, 9:2:6, 11:3:10
recipes, 15:2:64
season extension, 8:3:19
Zantopia Herb Gardens, 14:6:22
see also names of specific herbs

Heuchera
‘Midnight Rose,’ 14:3:24
new, 11:1:19, 12:1:17, 13:1:26
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9
weed-suppressing ornamental groundcover, 14:4:10
yellow plant, 15:4:22

H.G. Miller’s Farm & Greenhouse (Elma), 18:3:40

hickory see Carya

Hidden Hollow Farms (Penfield), 14:3:46

Highland Park (Rochester), 16:2:14, 16:6:8

Hillman, Beverly and Bob (dahlia growers), 16:5:10

Hilltop Market (West Webster), 14:3:46

Hirshfeld, Mary (horticulturist), 10:5:8, 18:3:10

Hobbs, Thomas (container gardener), 16:2:64

hobby farms, 13:6:18

Hoeffel, Joan (gardener), 9:1:12

hogweed see Heracleum mantegazzianum

The Hollow Bistro & Brew (Clarence), 18:3:40

holly see Ilex

holly fern see Cyrtomium fortunei

Holmes Hollow (Victor), 14:3:45

honeylocust see Gleditsia triacanthos

honeysuckle see Lonicera

hop vine see Humulus lupulus

hophornbeam see Ostrya virginiana

hoptree see Ptelea trifoliata

hornbeam see Carpinus

Hornig, Ellen
hardy cyclamen, 9:4:16

Horrigan, Paul, 17:5:12

horse nettle see Solanum

horticultural oils, 13:6:26

horticulture, urban, 19:5:8

hoses, kinkless, 18:2:30

Hospicare of Tompkins County, 17:5:10

Hosta
‘Big Daddy,’ 16:3:42
‘Blue Mouse Ears,’ 14:3:25
‘Christmas Tree,’ 7:1:8
enthusiasts, 20:3:14
‘Guacamole,’ 8:1:6
Jerry and Ruth Murray, 12:3:48
‘Nigrescens,’ 16:3:43
plant profile, 11:3:20
‘Sagae,’ 16:3:43
small, 17:2:14

Houde, Julie
SUNY ESF’s Multi-purpose Greenhouse Range, 16:3:46

houseplants see indoor plants

Houttuynia cordata
invasive plant, 14:6:9

Howarth, Sharon
Mom’s garden, 10:2:42

Hoysic, David and Mary (landscapers), 11:6:22

Hudson, Meredith, 17:3:38

Hudson Valley Seed Library, 17:6:14

Humulus
japonicus, 19:5:18
lupulus, 15:4:22, 19:5:18

Hurd Orchards (Holley), 15:3:51

hurricanes, 18:2:14

Hyacinthoides hispanica
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

Hydrangea
anomala var. petiolaris, 13:6:23
arborescens, 13:6:24, 17:6:5
macrophylla, 13:5:16, 15:4:21, 17:6:5
overwintering, 17:6:5
paniculata, 17:6:5
Pee Gee group, 15:2:21
quercifolia, 6:4:25, 17:6:5
radiata, 15:2:22
serrata, 13:5:18, 17:6:5

hydrangea, Japanese see Schizophragma hydrangeoides

hydrogel, 18:5:11

Hydroplanter (product review), 7:3:8

hydroponics, 11:6:16

Hyman, Pam, 18:6:9

Hypericum androsaemum
yellow plant, 15:4:21

Hypoestes phyllostachya, 19:2:49

hyssop see Agastache


I

Iberis sempervirens
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:8

ice plant see Delosperma nubigenum

Ilex
crenata, 13:5:13
meserveae, 9:3:7
‘Sparkleberry,’ 9:3:7
verticillata, 13:5:13

Impatiens
hawkerii, 19:2:45
plant profile, 19:2:44
walleriana, 19:2:44

Indian stogie see Catalpa

indoor gardening, 16:2:64

indoor plants
maintenance of, 7:4:26
spring checklist, 8:1:10
winter check list, 7:4:8

Ingraham, Angela
between the cracks, 9:2:18
forcing branches, 7:1:22

insects
beneficials, 6:3:20
living with, 6:3:30
see also names of specific insects

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
legislation threat to, 6:2:5
understanding, 7:2:7

invasive plants
autumn olive, 12:6:6
giant hogweed, 19:5:15
grasses, 18:2:39
Houttuynia cordata, 14:6:9
Japanese honeysuckle, 19:5:14
maple sugaring, 18:2:68
pink wildflowers, 17:4:21
profiles, 6:2:24
Russian olive, 19:5:14
shrubs, 18:2:39
staghorn sumac, 19:5:15
swallowwort, 12:6:22
task force needs help, 13:2:6
trees, 18:2:39
white mulberry, 19:5:14
wild grape, 19:5:15

Ipheion uniflorum
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

Ipomoea alba
sequence planting, 10:2:25

Iris
danfordiae, 10:5:13
Iris Friendship Garden at Highland Park, 10:3:5
‘Lake Keula’ wins Morgan-Wood medal, 8:4:5
reticulata, 10:5:13
sibirica, 15:2:21

ironwood see CarpinusOstrya virginiana

ironwood, Persian see Parrotia persica

irrigation, drip, 8:1:36

Ithaca, New York
garden shopping, 13:3:36
see also Cornell Plantations (Ithaca)

ivy, Boston see Parthenocissus tricuspidata

ivy, English see Hedera helix

ivy takes over, 11:6:26

Ixiolirion
minor spring bulb, 10:5:14


J

Jackson & Perkins (Newark), 18:6:18

James Pass Arboretum (Syracuse), 13:3:14

Jane’s Herb Farm (Webster), 9:2:6, 11:3:10

Japanese beetles
on roses, 8:2:42

Japanese painted fern see Athyrium

Jennings, Tiani, 20:5:14

jewelry, 15:6:18

Joe-Pye weed see Eupatorium

Johnson’s Nursery, 18:3:41

Jones Farm & Greenhouse (Newfane), 11:3:18

Juglans
at Gordon’s Nursery, 7:2:25
plant profile, 7:1:12
Thousand Canker Disease, 18:2:38

juniper see Juniperus

Juniperus
chinensis ‘Hetzi Columnaris,’ 19:6:8


K

kale
testing new varieties, 8:4:21

kale, seaside see Crambe cordifolia

Kalopanax pictus
James Pass Arboretum, 13:3:15

Karson, Robin
“A Genius for Place” (review), 9:2:35

Kelly, Nicole
Alexander Central School, 18:3:30
Bessie’s best organic compost, 17:4:26
Broadway Market’s rooftop garden, 16:4:34
Corfu’s floral history, 16:3:20
hobby farming, 13:6:18
Sharon Pierce, 15:4:10
starting over, 15:3:12

King’s Garden at Ticonderoga, 7:4:10

Kistner, Michael and Betty (gardeners), 18:5:19

Klein, Marcy (gardener), 15:5:12

knapweed see Centaurea maculosa

knotweed, Japanese see Polygonum cuspidatum

Koelreuteria paniculata
superior tree, 13:2:63

koi, 12:3:36, 20:6:5

Kral, Jerry, 14:5:5

Krochmal, Connie
Amur maple, 7:3:14
care free gardening, 7:2:32
crabapples for the upstate region, 9:1:32
discouraging deer, 6:4:8
fronds I have known and loved, 8:2:36
fuchsias, 8:1:24
Garden Catalog Profile (software), 7:1:26
geraniums, 6:4:24
hellebore, 6:4:24
kousa dogwood, 7:4:21
late blooming sages, 8:3:14
nutritional value of wild edibles, 7:1:30
Plectranthus, 7:4:20
preparing plants for winter, 7:3:10
story of cider, 9:3:18
superstars of spring, 8:1:18
winter delights, 8:4:18

Kroll, Paul F.
African Violet Society in 50th year, 7:4:5

Kumrowski, Harry, 18:2:32


L

Laburnum
anagyroides, 13:2:63
plant profile, 16:2:28

labyrinths, 11:2:14

lady beetles, 17:4:11, 18:5:12

lady fern see Dryopteris

lady’s mantle see Alchemilla

Lamberton Conservatory (Rochester), 17:2:22

lamb’s ears see Stachys byzantina

Lamium
hardy silver, 11:4:22
yellow plant, 15:4:22

The Land of Broken Dreams, 14:3:10

landscapers and landscaping
2007 directory, 13:1:4
assessing winter, 12:6:16
Michael Baranowski, 14:5:10
choosing trees, 8:1:42
and climate change, 13:2:54
Dore Landscape Associates, 19:4:12
“A Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era,” 9:2:35
Paul Horrigan, 17:5:12
Rick Manning, 20:6:11
native, 12:4:16
naturalistic, 13:6:10
Ed Olinger, 15:6:26
resources in Ithaca, New York, 13:3:36
Rochester Landscape Technicians Program, 15:3:16
Kim Schichtel, 20:6:7
Thomas Landscape & Design, 14:3:47
Bill Whitney, 14:5:10
wildlife in the garden, 13:3:22

Larix laricina
plant profile, 17:2:38

Lasting Dreams Daylilies (Orchard Park), 20:2:24

Lathyrus odoratus
pink wildflower, 17:4:20

Latoski, Susan
education that gets your hands dirty, 9:1:12

Lavandula
farming, 19:4:8
overwintering, 7:3:11

lavender see Lavandula

lavender cotton see Santolina chamaecyparissus

Lavender Crest (Penn Yan), 19:4:9

Lavocat’s Family Greenhouse & Nursery (Clarence Center), 18:3:36

lawn mowers
Lawn-Boy recall, 6:4:6

lawns
garden conversion, 18:2:66
loving care, 11:2:34
spring checklist, 8:1:10
tips from golf course pro, 7:2:10
winter check list, 7:4:8

Le Beau, Christina
all thumbs, 11:3:46
bee real, 16:5:34
blackberries, 14:5:38
blame it on the sun, 11:4:38
boy meets big food, 18:5:34
bugs, 6:3:30
buzz off, 10:5:26
can you dig it? 15:2:68
change of pace, 12:3:53
chemicals and sustainability, 13:4:36
children and gardening, 12:2:56
clean food and dirty kids, 17:3:54
community-supported agriculture, 15:6:30
compost bin that Don built, 7:1:46
containers, 12:4:38
contemplating a woodchuck, 7:3:30
creeping over me, 11:6:26
dirt, 6:2:42
dormant, 11:2:56
facing our food, 19:4:34
farm camp 19th century style, 17:6:26
food fight, 15:4:38
food pantries, 18:6:26
the garage, 8:1:54
happy dirt, 15:3:54
horticultural oil, 13:6:26
identity crisis, 12:6:26
kids and sustainable farming, 19:6:26
massing at the public market, 7:2:46
meditations on a circle of sand, 8:3:30
natural egg dyes, 19:2:56
natural selection, 8:4:30
ode to an outcast, 9:4:30
pining away, 10:2:44
pressing matters, 14:6:26
a pretty yard, 14:2:70
rain barrels, 16:3:54
rainbows, 10:1:30
real food on the road, 19:3:38
reality gardening, 10:4:30
rebirth, 10:3:30
salad days, 20:5:30
storybook garden that isn’t, 16:6:26
study in stone, 7:4:30
tale of two trees, 9:1:46
taste test, 20:6:26
teachable moments, 17:4:42
totem, 14:3:52
urban farmer, 18:4:38
victory garden, 17:5:34
water, water, go away, 11:5:30
we are what we read, 16:2:69
what time can do, 6:1:46
wide-eyed, 15:5:34
wisteria vine, 9:3:30
woody: the final chapter, 9:2:46
woody: the sequel, 8:2:46
Zen of leaves, 6:4:30

leaves, Zen of, 6:4:30

leeks
recipe, 17:2:63

legislation
threat to IPM, 6:2:5

Leopold, Donald J., 15:5:5

Leptodermis oblonga
fragrant shrub, 15:2:28

LeRoy, Richard (gardener), 10:4:8

Lesch, Jim (gardener), 10:4:8
on volunteer plants, 20:3:11

Lespedeza thunbergii
at Cornell Plantations’ Deans Garden, 13:6:24

lettuce
cold crops, 16:2:61
recipe, 16:2:62
Romaine, 15:4:36

Leucanthemum
new for 2006, 12:1:18
plant profile, 8:2:40

Leucojum
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

Leyonmark, Jeff (Lockwood’s Greenhouses), 11:1:24

lichen, 18:5:5

Lighthouse Gardens (Honeoye Falls), 15:5:18

Lighthouse, Todd (nurseryman), 15:5:18, 18:3:9

lighting, garden
night lighting trees, 7:1:28
Star Stones, 11:3:7
winter, 17:6:9

Ligularia
plant profile, 11:4:14

lilac see Syringa

lily, calla see Zantedeschia

lily, checkered see Fritillaria meleagris

lily, dogtooth see Erythronium americanum

lily leaf beetle, 15:5:8

lily, trout see Erythronium americanum

linden see Tilia

Lindera benzoin
fragrant shrub, 15:2:27

Liquidambar styraciflua
James Pass Arboretum, 13:3:15
plant profile, 12:3:17

Liriope
yellow plant, 15:4:22

Lisa’s Greenhouses (Orchard Park), 12:3:48

Lobelia erinus, 19:2:45

Lockport, New York, 18:5:18

Lockwood Lavender Farm (Skaneateles), 19:4:9

Lockwood’s Greenhouses (Hamburg), 11:1:24, 12:3:50, 12:5:6, 20:6:7

locust see Robinia pseudoacacia

Lonicera
invasive species, 6:2:25, 19:5:14

loosestrife see Lythrum salicaria

lotus
establishing, 13:2:24

Lowry, Donna
‘Lake Keula’ wins Morgan-Wood medal, 8:4:5

Lucas Greenhouses (Fairport), 14:3:45

Luff Greenhouse & Florist (Lockport), 11:3:19

lungwort see Pulmonaria

Lydell, Ran and Katy (hosta enthusiasts), 20:3:15

Lysimachia
ciliata, 15:4:21
nummularia, 15:4:22

Lythrum salicaria
invasive species, 6:2:26


M

Maackia amurensis
plant profile, 16:2:27

MacFarlane, Nan (gardener), 18:5:19

MacKenzie-Childs Ltd. (Aurora), 10:4:16

Macleaya cordata
easy-to-grow perennial, 12:2:12

magazines
Plants new from Great Britain, 8:1:6
White Flower Farm, 7:1:9

Magnolia
acuminata, 17:2:37
grandiflora in Hidden Garden at Cornell, 16:4:15
tripetala at Robin Hill (Lyndonville), 6:1:13

Maianthemum racemosa
woodland wildflower for landscaping, 6:1:17

maidenhair fern see Adiantum pedatum

mail-order
cheap seeds online, 15:2:32
Crosman Seed Corp (East Rochester), 19:2:16
Garden Catalog Profile (software), 7:1:26
Jackson & Perkins (roses), 18:6:18

male fern see Dryopteris

mallow see Malva sylvestris ‘Primley Blue’

Malus
x ‘Red Jade,’ 13:5:13
superior tree, 13:2:63
for upstate region, 9:1:32
for use near utility wires, 12:2:22

Malva sylvestris ‘Primley Blue,’ 14:3:25

Manning, Rick (landscape architect), 20:6:11

maple see Acer

maple, flowering see Abutilon

maple syrup
apples, 19:2:51
lore, 18:2:68
primer, 18:2:30
tapping for syrup, 14:2:12

maps and mapping
hardiness zones, 16:3:16

marigold, marsh see Caltha palustris

marketing
“Pride of New York” campaign, 7:1:6

Markham, Daniel
coyotes, 8:2:18
great blue heron, 9:2:32
mountain lions, 8:1:34
old growth at Hemlock Lake, 8:1:28

Marks Nursery (Wilson), 11:3:19

Marlow, Jim
Cattleya orchid, 9:2:28
growing orchids, 8:4:14, 10:1:24
slipper orchids, 9:3:16

Marlow’s Orchids (Scottsville), 16:2:32

marsh marigold see Caltha palustris

Masterson’s Garden Center & Aquatic Nursery (East Aurora), 20:2:29

Matteuccia struthiopteris
ethereal fern, 18:2:25
foliage, 8:2:36

May apple see Podophyllum peltatum

Mayer, Allison
perennials 101, 12:2:10

McCombs, Marion
rain barrel, 8:1:32

McLallen House (Trumansburg), 10:1:7

meditation
circle of sand, 8:3:30
gardens, 11:6:22

melons
‘Savor Charentais,’ 7:4:7

memorial gardens see gardens and arboreta

Mendon Ponds Park
garden for visually, physically impaired, 8:3:8

Mertensia virginica
America’s favorite wildflower, 15:2:57
ephemeral, 12:2:17
woodland wildflower for landscaping, 6:1:17

Metasequoia glyptostroboides
at Highland Park and Durand Eastman, 16:2:16
plant profile, 17:2:38
yellow plant, 15:4:20

Michalak, Sara Baker
climate change, 13:2:54
cottage gardens revisited, 14:4:16

Michaleen’s Florist and Garden Center (Ithaca), 13:3:37

microclimate in your yard, 9:1:16

midge, rose, 8:2:42

mildew, powdery
on roses, 8:2:42

Milham, Kent (horticulturist), 16:6:8

Milium effusum
yellow, 15:4:23

milkweed see Asclepias

milkweed, blue see Amsonia

Miller, Lisa, 17:5:11

Miller Nurseries (Canandaigua), 16:2:33

Miller, Ruth (herbalist), 18:3:14

Miller, Ted
Pride of New York campaign, 7:1:6

Miller’s Farm Market (Olean), 17:2:32

Milliman, Jane
book review, 11:4:19
Cornell Plantations, 6:3:8
crystallized flowers, 10:1:18
hydroplanter, 7:3:8
Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, 6:2:10
Sisyrinchium and Geranium in England, 13:4:20
WheelEasy LE, 10:5:20

Mills, Jody
chilling winter for plants, 10:1:52
dirt-y secrets to better soil, 7:3:20
lawns, 11:2:34
nature’s calendar, 7:2:7
plant diseases, 6:3:22
rose care, 8:2:42
strange winter, confused landscape, 8:1:38
understanding climate in your yard, 9:1:16
virtual gardening, 6:4:19

mimosa see Albizia julibrissin

Mina lobata
sequence planting, 10:2:25

Minns Garden at Cornell University, 17:3:14

Minns, Lua Alice, 17:3:14

mint juleps, 10:2:20

Miranda, Karen
placing your garden on a tour, 19:4:18

Miranda, Karen (gardener), 15:3:12

Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouse (Williamsville), 12:5:6

mites, red clover, 17:3:21

mites, spider, 8:2:42

mock orange see Philadelphus coronarius

Monarch butterflies, 12:6:22

Monarda didyma
nectar flower for butterflies, 6:1:25

monkshood see Aconitum

Monrad, Cathy
autumn votives, 20:5:29
eggshell planters, 20:2:57
hangin’ herbs, 20:3:37
mitten door hanging, 20:6:25
tipsy vertical planter, 20:4:30

Monrad, Cathy (graphic designer), 18:4:7

moonflower see Ipomoea alba

Moresco, Joe and Roseanne (gardeners), 13:2:30

Morgan, Tara
building a pond, 9:4:20
it’s winter. now what? 11:6:16
rooftop gardens as the Royal York, 8:4:22
sea glass mosaics, 9:3:8

Morse, Barbara and David, 12:3:22

Morse, Marion
apple galette, 20:5:26, 20:6:5
asparagus, 17:3:42
autumn recipes, 7:3:22
autumn vegetables, 17:5:21
autumn’s pick, 11:5:14
beef and vegetable soup, 18:6:22
cool summer salads, 11:4:16
corn recipes, 20:4:13
cranberry-orange bread, 14:6:21
crock pot recipes, 8:3:28
early spring table, 14:2:44
fall recipes, 11:6:21, 12:5:30, 14:5:36, 15:5:16, 19:5:28
hearth warming recipe, 9:4:15
juleps, 10:2:20
key lime pie, 20:3:18
late spring recipes, 14:3:51
lettuce recipes, 15:4:36, 16:2:62
maple syrup apples for pancakes, 19:2:51
outdoor grilling, 12:3:43
parsnip recipes, 15:6:25
potato potpourri, 10:4:28
pumpkin recipes, 9:3:22
radish recipes, 16:2:62
recipes from the Genesee Country Village, 7:2:34
rosemary pork tenderloin with apples, 12:6:19
salads, 13:2:34
savory spring recipes, 12:2:52
soup to nuts, 10:5:18
south of the border, 8:1:33
spring recipes, 9:1:14, 13:3:50, 15:2:66, 15:3:21, 17:2:63, 18:2:63, 20:2:50
squash recipes, 8:4:24, 15:6:25
strawberry recipes, 9:2:30, 11:3:44, 16:3:50, 19:3:6
suet cake, 20:6:17
summer recipes, 12:4:37, 13:4:22, 14:4:38
Tex-Mex casserole, 18:5:17
tomatillo guacamole, 17:4:40
tomato recipes, 13:5:29, 18:4:27, 19:4:16, 20:4:13
vegetable curry, 19:6:24
winter recipes for root vegetables, 7:4:29
zucchini recipes, 8:2:20

Morus alba
invasive species, 19:5:14

mosaics, sea glass, 9:3:8

mosses
DeFillippo and Peters Moss Garden in Buffalo, 13:4:12

Mount Hope Cemetery, 15:6:26

mountain lions, 8:1:34

moving, household, 15:2:68, 15:3:12

mowers
Lawn-Boy recall, 6:4:6

mulches and mulching
Christmas trees, 16:6:5

Muller, Doug, 17:6:14

Muller, Marci (landscape designer), 9:1:12

Murray Brothers (Orchard Park), 12:3:48

Muscari
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

musclewood see Carpinus

museums
Genesee Country Village & Museum, 7:2:34
Roger Tory Peterson Institute, 6:2:10

Myers, Wayne, 12:4:20

Myosotis
sequence planting, 10:2:23


N

Nadeau-Legge, Lisa
Robin Hill (private arboretum), 6:1:10

Nagel, Noelle (horticulturist), 17:2:22, 18:3:9

names, scientific, 7:1:18

Narcissus
paperwhites, 16:1:30

National Gardening Festival, 18:2:48

National Grid Foundation
Project Green Foot, 14:6:8

native plants
advantages of, 11:5:30
books on, 13:3:48, 14:2:16
competitive, 19:6:5
definition, 15:2:62
landscaping with, 12:4:16
lesser known trees, 17:2:36
in naturalistic landscaping, 13:6:10
nutritional value of wild, 7:1:30
pink, 17:4:20
pros and cons, 7:4:28

Nau, Larry
conifers, 13:4:26
water lilies, 9:2:24

needlecast, 18:2:38

Nepeta
faassenii, 12:2:12
plant profile, 7:2:13
weed-suppressing ornamental groundcover, 14:4:10

Nephrolepis
care of, 18:6:5

New York fern see Thelypteris noveboracensis

New York State Nursery & Landscape Association, 20:6:7

Niagara County Produce (East Amherst), 11:3:18

Niagara, New York
gardens, 10:4:27

Nice, Colleen O’Neill
cheap seeds online, 15:2:32
East is Eden (Rochester), 14:3:44
ethereal ferns, 18:2:22
greenhouses east of Buffalo, 18:3:36
hills and valleys of the southtowns, 20:2:24
historic nurseries of western New York, 16:2:32
Impatiens, 19:2:44
mammoth plants, 16:3:42
ornamental peppers, 18:4:32
on the road around Rochester, 15:3:48
Rudbeckia, 19:3:16
seasonal plant search, 11:3:16
shopping in around Endicott, 17:2:30
Southtowns shuffle, 12:3:46
tree houses, 20:2:49
tulips, 17:3:44

nightshade see Solanum

19th Century Farm Kids (camp), 17:6:26

no-till, 18:4:29

Northern Nut Growers Association, 7:2:24

nurseries
2007 directory, 13:1:4
7 Corners Garden Center, 12:3:50
Agle’s Farm Market, 20:2:25
Agway Gardens, 14:3:47
Badding Brothers Farm Market, 11:3:18
bedding plant production, 8:1:40
Bella Terra Greenhouses, 20:2:25
Bengert’s Nursery, 12:3:46
Bergen Water Gardens & Nursery, 15:3:50
Bison Nursery, 11:3:17
Boldt’s Evergreen Farm, 12:3:48
Chiavetta’s Potatoes and Greenhouse, 20:2:28
choosing trees, 8:1:42
Clover Nursery and Garden Center, 15:3:49
cost of running, 8:2:8
Countryside Flower Farm, 6:1:7, 11:6:18
don’t judge plants in containers, 14:6:11
Earsing’s Green House, 12:3:47
Eden Valley Growers, 20:2:24
Edgewood Nursery, 14:3:46
Faery’s Nursery, 11:3:18
fall mum production, 7:3:6
Gallea’s Tropical Greenhouse, 15:3:48
Garden Factory, 15:3:50
Garden in the Hollow, 11:3:16
Garden Sensations Garden Center & Wholesale Nursery, 12:3:51
Genrich Garden Center, 15:3:49
Good Earth Greenhouse, 11:1:23
Grandpa’s Nursery & Gardens, 14:3:48
Green Acre Farm & Nursery, 15:3:49
Grossman’s Country Nursery, 14:3:46
Gullo’s Garden Center & Nursery, 12:3:50
Michael Hannen, 15:3:42
Hawk’s Nest Nursery, 6:2:6
Henry’s Gardens, 20:2:25
Herbly Wonderful, 12:3:40
Hidden Hollow Farms, 14:3:46
Holmes Hollow, 14:3:45
Hurd Orchards, 15:3:51
of Ithaca, New York, 13:3:36
Jane’s Herb Farm, 9:2:6, 11:3:10
John Gordon Nursery, 7:2:24
Johnson’s Nursery, 18:3:41
Jones Farm & Greenhouse, 11:3:18
Lasting Dreams Daylilies, 20:2:24
Lighthouse Gardens, 15:5:18
Lisa’s Greenhouses, 12:3:48
Lockwood’s Greenhouses, 11:1:24, 12:3:50, 12:5:6, 20:6:7
Luft Greenhouse & Florist, 11:3:19
Marks Nursery, 11:3:19
Masterson’s Garden Center & Aquatic Nursery, 20:2:29
Mischler’s Florist and Greenhouse, 12:5:6
Murray Brothers, 12:3:48
Niagara County Produce, 11:3:18
Oriental Garden Supply, 15:3:48
peek inside the business, 7:4:24
The Plantsmen, 9:1:26, 10:1:8, 13:3:36, 20:6:8
Pleasant Valley Nursery, 17:2:33
“Pride of New York” campaign, 7:1:6
ProsGarden, 11:3:18
Pudgie’s Lawn and Garden Center, 18:3:37
Rudolph Gallery & Sons Greenhouses, 12:3:46
Russell’s Tree & Shrub Farm, 11:3:17
Sara’s Garden Center, 12:1:24, 15:3:50
Seasonal Landscaping & Nursery, 12:3:50
seasonal plant search, 11:3:16
Seneca Greenhouse, 12:3:47
in Southtowns of Buffalo, 12:3:46
Spoth Family Market, 11:3:17
Stayer’s Greenhouse, 17:2:30
Stedman’s Old Farm Nurseries, 11:3:17, 11:3:18, 12:3:50
Thering’s Garden & Greenhouse, 11:3:17
Turnbull Nursery and Garden Center, 20:2:28
Ulbrich’s Water Garden Gallery, 18:3:40
Urban Roots Community Garden Center, 14:2:14
Van Putte Gardens, 15:3:50
western New York historic, 16:2:32
White Flower Farm, 7:1:9
Windy Acres Greenhouse, 20:2:29
Zehr’s, 11:3:19
see also farmers’ markets; garden centers

nutrition
micronutrients in rock powder, 9:4:24
wild vs. cultivated plants, 7:1:30

Nymphaea
plant profile, 9:2:24

Nyssa sylvatica
plant profile, 17:2:38


O

oak see Quercus robur

oat grass see Helictotrichon sempervirens

Ocimum basilicum
growing indoors, 9:4:7

Oesterly, Charles D. (obituary), 15:3:6

Ogden, Laura Springer and Scott (garden designers), 17:1:23

Ol’ Factory Soaps & Scents (Red Creek), 19:4:9

Olinger, Ed (landscape architect), 15:6:26

olive, autumn see Elaeagnus umbellataThanatopsis

Olson, John
amur corktree, 9:3:14

Oncidium
plant profile, 10:1:24

One of a Kind Apple Orchard (Lansing), 9:3:18

O’Neill, Colleen
dream sequence, 10:2:22

onions
old stand-by, 7:4:6

Onopordum acanthium
weeds? 12:5:8

oranges, 14:6:21

orchards
Elderberry Pond Farm, 9:3:18
One of a Kind Apple Orchard, 9:3:18

orchid see CattleyaOncidiumPaphiopedilumPhalaenopsis

orchid, ground see Bletilla striata

organic farming
at Cornell University, 10:3:8
Four Winds Farm, 17:6:14

organic gardening
and companion planting, 14:2:32
Lighthouse Gardens (nursery), 15:5:18
understanding the lingo, 16:3:18

Oriental Garden Supply (Pittsford), 15:3:48

Origanum vulgare
yellow plant, 15:4:22

ornaments
as gifts, 15:6:15
sea glass mosaics, 9:3:8
totems, 14:3:52
winter interest, 17:6:9
yard art, 14:3:10

Ornithogalum
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

Osmunda
cinnamomea, 8:2:39, 18:2:23
regalis, 8:2:39, 18:2:24

ostrich fern see Matteuccia struthiopteris

Ostrya virginiana
plant profile, 17:2:37, 20:2:18

Ottaviano, John (gardener), 18:5:18

overwintering
live Christmas trees, 15:6:5
outdoor plants, 7:3:10
woody plants, 19:6:8


P

Pachysandra procumbens
plant profile, 7:3:16

Paeonia
lactiflora, 16:2:35
suffruticosa, 16:2:36
tenuifolia, 16:2:36

pagoda tree, Japanese see Styphnolobium japonicum

Palmiter’s Garden (Avon), 16:2:35

Pancoast, Duane
indoor gardening, 16:2:64
wildlife in the garden, 13:3:22

Papaver orientale
new for 2005, 11:1:16
new for 2007, 13:1:26
sequence planting, 10:2:23

Paphiopedilum
plant profile, 9:3:16

parks
Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, 10:1:7, 10:2:5
“Gardens and Parks in the Rochester Region” (review), 7:2:6

Parkside Community Association (Buffalo), 10:2:5

Parrotia persica
at Cornell Plantations’ Deans Garden, 13:6:23
plant profile, 7:1:24, 12:3:16

Parrotiopsis jacquemontiana
plant profile, 12:3:15

Parthenocissus tricuspidata
yellow plant, 15:4:22

pasque flower see Pulsatilla vulgaris

pavers
gardening between, 9:2:18

pawpaw see Asimina triloba

Peace Garden Trail, 18:4:10

pear
fruit crumble, 19:5:28
see also Pyrus calleryana

peas
fall preparation for, 6:3:25
recipes, 20:2:50

recipes, 17:2:63
snow pea sauté, 9:1:14
time of planting, 13:2:66, 16:2:18

pecan see Carya

Pelargonium
new for 2005, 11:1:17
overwintering, 7:3:11
plant profile, 6:4:24

Pennisetum setaceum
pair with tropical plants, 11:3:25

peony see Paeonia

peppers
‘Blushing Beauty,’ 7:4:7
‘Giant Macaroni,’ 6:4:25
old stand-by, 7:4:6
ornamental, 18:4:32
plant profile, 7:2:16
recipes, 12:5:30
testing new varieties, 8:4:21

perennials
easy-to-grow, 12:2:10
ephemerals, 12:2:16
evergreen, 11:6:8
new, 11:1:16, 12:1:16, 13:1:26
overwintering, 7:3:11
“Pocket Guide to Buffalo’s Favorite Perennials” (review), 6:4:6
for shade, 9:2:22
yellow, 15:4:22

Perilla frutescens, 19:2:49

persimmon see Diospyros virginiana

pests and pest control
Aman’s Animal Repellant, 9:2:6
beneficial insects, 14:2:33
Bt, 6:1:27
companion planting, 10:3:7
horticultural oils, 13:6:26
legislation of application, 6:2:5
natural control, 6:3:20
Northeast, 18:2:36
urine as repellent, 6:3:6
see also names of specific pests or plants

Petals and Plants (Corfu), 16:3:20

Petasites japonica
mammoth plant, 16:3:43

Peters, Arlan (gardener), 13:4:12

Peterson, Roger Tory, 6:2:10

petting zoos, 18:3:41

petunia, wild see Ruellia humilis

Pfeiffer, Al (garden supplier), 9:1:12

Phalaenopsis
plant profile, 8:4:14

Phallocallis caerula
have you seen this plant? 7:3:4

Phellodendron amurense
plant profile, 9:3:14

Philadelphus coronarius
yellow plant, 15:4:21

Phlebodium aureum
plant profile, 11:6:10

Phlox
bifida, 13:2:13
divaricata, 13:2:13
douglasii, 13:2:13
‘Morris Berd,’ 7:1:8
new for 2005, 11:1:18
paniculata, 8:1:6, 10:2:5
procumbens, 13:2:13
stolonifera, 13:2:13
subulata, 13:2:13

photographers
2012 contest winners, 18:6:24
2014 contest winners, 20:6:27
Carol and David Southby, 10:1:45

Piccione, Milli (gardener)
on volunteer plants, 20:3:11

Picea
orientalis, 15:6:27, 15:6:28
pungens, 13:5:13

Pierce, Sharon (gardener), 15:4:10

pine see Pinus

pine, Japanese umbrella see Sciadopitys verticillata

pinks see Dianthus

Pinus
bungeana, 6:1:12
nigra, 20:6:22
strobus, 6:4:7

plant bugs
beneficial, 14:2:33
four-lined, 13:4:8

plant labels, 16:6:8

planters see containers

planting, sequence, 10:2:23

The Plantsmen Nursery, 9:1:26, 10:1:8, 13:3:36, 20:6:8

Pleasant Valley Nursery (Olean), 17:2:33

Plectranthus
coleoides, 7:3:11, 19:2:49
hybrida, 19:2:49
plant profile, 7:4:20

plume poppy see Macleaya cordata

pocket planters, 17:2:68

Podophyllum peltatum
ephemeral, 12:2:17

poetry
great blue heron, 9:2:32

poison ivy see Rhus

polka dot plant see Hypoestes phyllostachya

pollinators, 13:3:20, 18:3:28

Polygonum cuspidatum
weed, 15:4:7, 20:4:18

Polystichum
dividing, 8:2:39
foliage, 8:2:36
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9

ponds
to attract wildlife, 6:2:28
building project, 9:4:20
spring care for, 6:1:18

poppy see Papaver orientale

poppy, plume see Macleaya cordata

Porphyrocoma pohliana, 19:2:50

potato
nightshade, 18:5:15
old stand-by, 7:4:6
recipes, 10:4:28, 12:4:37

potato, sweet
recipe, 10:5:18

potting soil see soil

powdery mildew
on roses, 8:2:42

Preisach’s (Corfu), 16:3:20

“Pride of New York” campaign, 7:1:6

primrose see Primula

Primula
plant profile, 8:1:18, 10:1:16

privacy, 11:2:20

product reviews
Aman’s Outdoor Enterprises repellent urine, 6:3:6
Clyde’s Garden Planner, 6:2:6
Hydroplanter, 7:3:8
WheelEasy LE, 10:5:20

ProsGarden (East Amherst), 11:3:18

pruning
how much, 12:2:23, 18:5:11
and overhead utility wires, 12:2:20
rehabilitation, 6:2:40
roses, 8:2:43
shrubs, 20:2:20
when, 12:2:23
in winter, 12:6:16

Prunus
amygdalus, 7:2:26

Pseudotsuga
as Christmas tree, 6:4:7
Cooley spruce gall adelgid, 18:2:37
fungi, 18:2:38

Ptelea trifoliata
plant profile, 6:3:24

Pterostyrax hispida
plant profile, 13:2:21

public gardens see gardens and arboreta

Pudgie’s Lawn and Garden Center (Batavia), 18:3:37

Pulmonaria
angustifolia, 12:2:17
‘Mystique,’ 14:3:25
plant profile, 11:2:46

Pulsatilla vulgaris
plant profile, 9:1:35

pumpkins
production behind the scenes, 8:3:6
recipes, 9:3:22, 9:4:15

Purdy, Kathy
book review, 15:2:64
books on native plants, 13:3:48
crocuses, 10:5:16
Barbara and David Morse, 12:3:22
saving seed, 10:4:12

purple bell vine see Rhodochiton

Puschkinia scilloides
minor spring bulb, 10:5:13

Pyrus
calleryana, 13:2:63, 16:4:38
fire blight, 18:4:9


Q

Quercus robur, 13:3:14


R

rabbits, 11:6:10

rabbit’s foot fern see Davallia fejeensis

radio shows
“Green Space,” 13:2:6

radish, 16:2:62

rain barrels, 8:1:32, 16:3:54

raised beds, 10:3:7

raking, 6:4:30

Ranaldo, Bob
sensory garden, 8:3:10

raspberry see Rubus cockburnianus

rattlesnake master see Eryngium

recalls
Lawn-Boy lawn mower, 6:4:6
White Outdoor Products tractors, 7:1:8

recipes
antipasto, 18:2:63
apples, 16:4:32
artichokes, 13:3:50
asparagus, 7:2:34, 14:2:44, 17:3:42, 20:2:50
autumn vegetables, 17:5:21
beans, 14:4:38, 15:2:64, 20:2:50
beef and vegetable soup, 18:6:22
beets, 12:2:52, 13:2:34
blueberries, 6:2:37
bread, 6:4:14, 14:6:21
broccoli, 10:3:10
broccolini, 20:2:50
butternut squash, 10:5:18
carrots, 16:4:32
cheddar-bacon dip, 7:3:22
chili, 9:4:15
cool summer salads, 11:4:16
cranberries, 14:6:21
crock pot, 8:3:28
crystallized flowers, 10:1:18
eggplant, 14:4:38
fiddleheads, 7:1:34
fruit crumble, 19:5:28
Genesee Country Village, 7:2:34
herbs, 15:2:64
honey, 13:6:21
juleps, 10:2:20
key lime pie, 20:3:18
lamb, 12:2:52, 12:4:37
lasagna, 9:1:14
late spring, 14:3:51
leek, 17:2:63
mincemeat, 6:3:27
oranges, 12:2:52, 14:6:21
outdoor grilling, 12:3:43
parsnips, 15:6:25
peach, 6:3:27
peas, 17:2:63, 20:2:50
peppers, 6:2:37, 12:5:30
pork, 9:4:15
potatoes, 10:4:28, 12:4:37
pumpkin, 9:3:22, 9:4:15
radish, 6:1:32, 16:2:62
rhubarb, 7:2:35, 13:3:50, 16:4:32
Romaine lettuce, 15:4:36
root vegetables, 7:4:29
salad greens, 12:2:52, 16:2:62
salads, 13:2:34, 14:2:44, 15:2:64, 15:3:21, 18:2:63
salsa, 8:1:33
shallots, 20:2:50
soup, 8:1:33, 8:3:28, 10:5:18, 15:6:25, 19:4:16
south of the border, 8:1:33
spinach, 6:1:32
squash, 7:2:34, 8:4:24, 10:5:18, 11:5:14, 11:6:21, 15:6:25
suet cake, 20:6:17
sweet potato, 10:5:18
tea, 6:2:37
Tex-Mex casserole, 18:5:17
tomatillo, 17:4:40
vegetable curry, 19:6:24
watercress, 7:1:34
wild edibles, 7:1:34
zucchini, 8:2:20, 15:5:16
see also strawberry recipes; tomato recipes

redbud see Cercis

Redmon, Lucinda M.
Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, 9:2:10

redwood see Metasequoia glyptostroboides

Reich, Lee
black flowers, 9:1:10
blanching for fun and flavor, 10:5:21
Cornelian cherry, 11:2:52
curry favor in your garden, 10:1:19
fish as fertilizer, 9:3:12
garden gifts, 8:4:4
Indian stogie, 10:2:18
persimmons, 10:3:18
planting peas, 13:2:66
rabbit’s foot fern, 11:6:10
rock powder, 9:4:24
ultimate tomato, 8:3:13
water, water everywhere, 8:2:44
weed wars, 12:4:18
when and how much to prune, 12:2:23

Reid, Duane
tulips, 6:2:38

restaurants
Chuck Wagon Restaurant, 17:2:33
Dan’s Diner, 20:2:28
The Hollow Bistro & Brew, 18:3:40

Rhodochiton
sequence planting, 10:2:25

rhubarb
recipes, 16:4:32

Rhus
radicans, 17:5:14
typhina, 15:4:21, 19:5:15, 19:6:5

River, Diane (birdhouse builder), 16:2:11

Rivera, Ricardo (Buffalo Tree House), 20:2:49

Robin Hill (Lyndonville)
garden profile, 6:1:10

Robinia pseudoacacia
plant profile, 16:2:27
yellow plant, 15:4:20

Robinson, Rob and Olive Ma, 14:5:30

Rochester, New York
Civic Garden Center, 6:1:6, 9:1:3, 9:1:12, 13:2:6
Ellwanger Garden, 13:3:10
First Unitarian Church community garden, 17:4:16
garden centers and nurseries, 14:3:44
GardenAerial, 15:6:7, 19:5:6, 20:5:14
“Gardens and Parks in the Rochester Region” (review), 7:2:6
GardenScape, 8:1:44, 9:1:20
Green Visions Program, 20:5:12
Greentopia, 20:5:14
Highland Park, 16:2:14, 16:6:8
Iris Friendship Garden at Highland Park, 10:3:5
Marcy Klein, 15:5:12
Jerry Kral, 14:5:5
Lamberton Conservatory, 17:2:22
Landscape Technicians Program, 15:3:16
The Memory Garden, 18:2:44
Peace Garden Trail, 18:4:10
Rick Schaffer, 15:5:12

rock see stone

rock cress see Arabis caucasicaAubrieta deltoidea

rock gardens
between the cracks, 9:2:18
primer, 12:2:40

rock powder, 9:4:24

rodents, 13:3:23

Rodgersia aesculifolia, 14:3:26
mammoth plant, 16:3:42

Roethling, Adrienne (nurserywoman), 12:1:24

Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History (Jamestown), 6:2:10, 14:5:5

roofs, green, 16:5:20

Rosa
arkansana, 10:3:14
care of, 8:2:42
DerRosenmeister (Ithaca), 11:1:22
Jackson & Perkins (Newark), 18:6:18
multiflora, 6:2:26, 19:5:14
quest for perfect, 14:3:40
saving diseased, 18:5:10

Rosenblum, Sharon
broccoli, 10:3:10
dreaming of gardens, 9:4:7
extending summer delights, 8:3:19
fall gardening, 7:3:5
fall plans for spring peas, 6:3:25
a peck of peppers, 7:2:16
so many plants, so little time, 8:4:21
spinach, 8:1:22
spring gardening, 7:1:10
spring vegetable calendar, 8:1:11
summer gardening, 7:2:8
sweet successes of 2001, 7:4:6
timing of planting, 7:1:11
tomatoes, 6:2:36
vegetables, 6:4:25
zucchini, 8:2:22

Rosenfeld, Anita
“Gardening in Eden” (review), 9:4:14
Japanese tree lilac, 6:2:33

Royal Botanical Gardens (Burlington, Ontario), 8:4:30

Rubus cockburnianus
for winter gardens, 9:3:7

Rudbeckia
maxima, 13:5:13
nitida, 14:3:26
plant profile, 19:3:16

Rudolph Gallery & Sons Greenhouses (West Seneca), 12:3:46

rue anemone see Anemonella thalictroides

Ruellia humilis
plant profile, 14:6:8

running, 12:3:53

Russell’s Tree & Shrub Farm (East Amherst), 11:3:17

rust (disease)
of daylily, 8:1:35
on trees, flowers and lawns, 6:3:22


S

sage see Salvia

St. John’s wort
yellow plant, 15:4:21

Salix
alba, 9:3:7
matsudana tortuosa, 13:5:13

Salmon, Jeffrey A.
spring pond care, 6:1:18

salt damage, 10:1:52

Salvia
late blooming, 8:3:14
nemorosa, 11:5:8
old and new, 11:5:8
‘Rugen,’ 10:2:5

Sanguinaria canadensis
at Amanda’s Garden, 16:2:34
ephemeral, 12:2:17
woodland wildflower, 6:1:16

Santolina chamaecyparissus
easy-to-grow perennial, 12:2:14

Sara’s Garden Center (Brockport), 12:1:24, 15:3:50

Sassafras albidum
plant profile, 6:2:31

Satkowski, Charleen and Joe (hobby farmers), 13:6:18

Sauerhafer, Terri and David (Good Earth Greenhouse), 11:1:23

Savage-Katz, Lisa
magic of green follies, 20:5:17

scab, apple, 6:3:22

Schaffer, Rick (gardener), 15:5:12

Schichtel, Kim (landscaper), 20:6:7

Schizophragma hydrangeoides
at Cornell Plantations’ Deans Garden, 13:6:23

Schmitt, Renate (DerRosenmeister), 11:1:22

Schneider, Glenn
building a nursery business, 8:1:42
cost of a nursery business, 8:2:8
peek inside nursery business, 7:4:24

scholar-tree see Styphnolobium japonicum

Schuster Memorial Garden, 6:4:5

Sciadopitys verticillata
in Hidden Garden at Cornell, 16:4:15

scientific names
primer, 7:1:18

Scilla sibirica
minor spring bulb, 10:5:12

Scottsville, New York
Richard LeRoy and Jim Lesch, 10:4:8

Scutellaria alpina
at Zantopia Herb Gardens, 16:2:38

sea holly see Eryngium

season extension
vegetables and herbs, 8:3:19

Seasonal Landscaping & Nursery (West Seneca), 12:3:50

Securigera varia
embracing, 18:5:10
pink wildflower, 17:4:21

sedge see Carex

Sedum
‘Autumn Joy,’ 13:5:13, 14:3:26
hardy silver, 11:4:22
new for 2007, 13:1:26
rupestre, 15:4:22

seeds
cheap online, 15:2:32
Crosman Seed Corp (East Rochester), 19:2:16
Hudson Valley Seed Library, 17:6:14
saving, 10:4:12
sowing in winter, 19:6:14
tips for starting, 6:4:25, 9:4:7

Seeking Common Ground (Crystal Beach), 15:6:11

Segal, Dan and Sarah (nursery folk), 20:6:8

Segelken, Roger
spices with antimicrobial properties, 7:2:45

Seneca Greenhouse (West Seneca), 12:3:47

sensory gardens
Mendon Ponds Park, 8:3:8
visually impaired gardener Ranaldo, 8:3:10

sequence planting, 10:2:23

serviceberry see Amelanchier

7 Corners Garden Center (Blasdel), 12:3:50

seven-son flower see Heptacodium miconioides

Shadrack, Kathy and Mike (hosta enthusiasts), 20:3:14

Shadrack, Kathy Guest
honey, I shrunk the hostas, 17:2:14

shallots
recipe, 20:2:50

shasta daisy see Leucanthemum

Sheets, Kathy
compost pile mystique, 6:3:28

Shimmering Light Farm (Bristol), 15:6:10

shooting stars see Dodecatheon meadia

Shrub Coat, 11:3:7, 12:6:6

shrubs
assessing in winter, 12:6:17
branching patterns, 13:6:20
companion to vines, 10:1:50
diverse choices, 6:4:5
fertilizing, 18:5:11
fragrant, 15:2:26
invasive, 18:2:39
low-maintenance garden, 17:5:17
memorial program, 16:6:10
overwintering potted, 19:6:8
planting with soil amendments, 7:2:28
pruning, 20:2:20
reducing water stress, 8:3:12
The Shrub Coat, 11:3:7, 12:6:6, 13:5:5, 16:6:19
spring checklist, 8:1:10
stressed, 18:5:12
winter check list, 7:4:7
winter interest, 17:6:8
yellow, 15:4:21

Siberian bugloss see Brunnera macrophylla

Sierra Club
Hemlock Lake old growth forest, 8:1:28

silver urn see Aechmea

silverbell see Halesia

Silybum marianum
weeds? 12:5:8

Singh, Maha Atma (obituary), 15:3:6

Sinn Valley Gardens (Cattaraugus), 17:2:30

Sinningia speciosa, 14:5:30

Sisyrinchium
angustifolium, 12:3:44
striatum, 13:4:20

site analysis, 7:2:30

site selection, 14:6:10

skullcap see Scutellaria alpina

slugs
pest profile, 6:1:8

Smellow, Joe, 17:5:11

Smith, Bob, 14:3:10

Smith, Mary Ruth
advice for new gardeners, 19:2:22
anise hyssop, 10:1:48
Burnap’s farm market, 11:2:28
composting for lazy gardener, 13:4:18
Howard Ecker, 17:3:10
garden for grandchildren, 10:2:36
hardiness zones, 16:3:16
Hosta, 20:3:14
instant garden, 12:2:48
Jackson & Perkins, 18:6:18
Ligularia, 11:4:14
Lockport in bloom, 18:5:18
low-maintenance flower garden, 17:5:17
making of a drought garden, 16:4:18
Memory Garden, Rochester, 18:2:44
Niagara-on-the-Lake, 10:4:27
The Peace Garden Trail, 18:4:10
Wendy and Morley Gwirtzman, 12:5:14
yellow plants, 15:4:20

snapdragon, twining see Asarina

Snow, Dan (stoneworker), 15:4:15

snowbell see Styrax

snowdrop see Galanthus

snowflake see Leucojum

Snyder, Amy and Wayne (hobby farmers), 13:6:19

software, computer
Garden Catalog Profile, 7:1:26

soil
amendments, 7:2:28, 11:3:7
beneficial bacteria, 15:3:54
the pile beckons, 6:2:42
pre-planting checklist, 7:1:11
primer, 7:1:7
secrets to better, 7:3:20
soil-less potting mix, 19:6:10
temperature, 7:1:11
tests, 14:3:16

Solanum
plant profile, 18:5:14

Solenostemon scutellarioides, 19:2:48

Solidago
weed-suppressing ornamental groundcover, 14:4:10

Sonnenberg Gardens (New York), 8:4:5

Sophora japonica see Styphnolobium japonicum

Sorbus
emerald ash borer, 16:5:14

South Buffalo Alive (Buffalo), 10:2:5

Southby, Carol
butterflies in the garden, 6:1:23
where have all the butterflies gone? 6:3:7

Southby, Carol and David (photographers), 10:1:45

spicebush see Lindera benzoin

spices, antimicrobial, 7:2:45

spider mites on roses, 8:2:42

spinach
cold crop, 16:2:61
plant profile, 8:1:22
testing new varieties, 8:4:21

Spiraea
bumalda, 15:4:21
japonica, 15:4:21
thunbergii, 15:4:21

spleenwort see Asplenium

Spoth Family Market (East Amherst), 11:3:17

spring rebirth, 10:3:30

Spring Valley Garden Center (Walworth), 14:3:46

Springdale Farms (Ogden), 13:3:40, 13:4:6 (correction)

Springs of Clifton (healing garden), 11:2:14

spruce see Picea

spurge see Euphorbia

spurge, Allegheny see Pachysandra procumbens

squash
butternut, 10:5:18
old stand-by, 7:4:6
recipes, 7:2:34, 8:2:20, 8:4:24, 11:5:14, 11:6:21, 15:5:16
takes over, 11:6:26
testing new varieties, 8:4:21
zucchini, 8:2:22, 15:5:16

squill, Lebanon see Puschkinia scilloides

Stachys byzantina
hardy silver, 11:4:21

stakes, 15:6:14

star of Bethlehem see Ornithogalum

Star Stones, 11:3:7

starflower, spring see Ipheion uniflorum

State University of New York
ESF’s Multi-purpose Greenhouse Range, 16:3:46

Stayer’s Greenhouse (Allegany), 17:2:30

Stedman’s Old Farm Nurseries (Orchard Park), 11:3:17, 11:3:18, 12:3:50

Stewartia pseudocamellia
at Cornell Plantations’ Deans Garden, 13:6:23
superior tree, 13:2:63

stinking Benjamin see Trillium

stone
Eblacker & Stone, 15:4:14
faux, 11:5:6
gardening between, 9:2:18
working with, 7:4:30

Stonehocker, Anne
Amsonia, 8:3:16
Bergenia, 7:4:22
blue-eyed grass, 12:3:44
continuous color, 10:4:14
creeping phlox, 13:2:13
cyclamen, 12:6:18
Dianthus, 11:3:28
ephemerals, 12:2:16
Euphorbia, 11:2:50
geraniums, 12:4:8
minor spring bulbs, 10:5:12
new perennials, 11:1:16, 12:1:16, 13:1:26
ornamental thistle, 12:5:8
pasque flower, 9:1:35
perennial evergreens, 11:6:8
plantswoman, writer, friend, 13:3:56
primroses, 10:1:16
shasta daisy, 8:2:40
Siberian forget-me-not, 8:1:12
spiky Salvia, 11:5:8
what to do in spring, 8:1:10
what to do in winter, 7:4:7

Stonehocker, Anne
memoriam, 14:4:5

storms
Hurricanes Irene and Lee, 18:2:14

strawberry recipes
chocolate tart, 13:4:22
jam, 19:3:6
mousse, 16:3:50
-orange muffins, 9:2:30
-rhubarb cake, 13:3:50
rhubarb muffins, 16:4:32
shortcake pie, 11:3:44
spinach salad, 11:3:44

Stylophorum diphyllum
woodland wildflower for landscaping, 6:1:16

Styphnolobium japonicum
plant profile, 16:2:27

Styrax
americanus, 13:2:19
japonicus, 13:2:14, 13:6:23
obassia, 13:2:16, 13:2:63, 13:3:8 (correction)
officinalis, 13:2:14

Sully, Marcia and David (hosta enthusiasts), 20:3:15

sumac see Rhus

summersweet, Japanese see Clethra

sustainability, 13:4:36, 19:6:26

Sutton, Michelle
artist Michael Tomb, 20:4:6
blunders never cease, 18:3:8
Crosman Seeds, 19:2:16
First Unitarian Church of Rochester, 17:4:16
foliage, edibles, and some cheating, 19:3:10
Green Visions Program, 20:5:12
Hidden Garden at Cornell, 16:4:14
Hillmans’ dahlias, 16:5:10
horticultural hinge, 18:6:8
horticulture sans niceties, 18:5:10
Hospicare of Tompkins County, 17:5:10
Hudson Seed Library, 17:6:14
Hurricanes Irene and Lee, 18:2:14
Minns Garden at Cornell University, 17:3:14
more pleasure, less work, 18:4:28
Noelle Nagel and Lamberton Conservatory, 17:2:22
The Plantsman Nursery, 20:6:8
pruning shrubs, 20:2:20
Rochester’s “Doc Lilac,” 16:3:12
Rochester’s Highland Park, 16:6:8
tree planting movement, 19:4:12
urban horticulture, 19:5:8
volunteer plants, 20:3:10
woody plants and winter, 19:6:8

Sveen, Odd (gardener), 14:4:12

swallowwort see Cynanchum

Swedish ivy see Plectranthus

Sweet, David and Sharon (lavender farmers), 19:4:9

sweet potatoes
recipe, 10:5:18

sweetgum see Liquidambar styraciflua

sweetpea see Lathyrus odoratus

sweetshrub see Calycanthus floridus

Swisher, Stan, 11:4:8

sword lily see Acidanthera bicolor

Sycamore Hill Gardens (Marcellus), 14:1:12

Symphytum officinale
mammoth plant, 16:3:44

Syringa
bloom times, 10:1:34
Ted Collins, 16:3:12
new cultivar, 16:6:9
reticulata, 6:2:33, 12:2:22
water and soil, 13:4:8


T

tamarack see Larix laricina

tatting fern see Atrium filix-femina

Taxodium distichum
at Robin Hill, 6:1:12

temperature, soil, 7:1:11

terrariums, 11:6:16

terrariums, building, 17:6:22
Thaler-Carter, Ruth E.
green roofs, 16:5:20

Thanatopsis
invasive species, 12:6:6

thatch, 11:2:34

The Memory Garden (Rochester), 18:2:44

Thelypteris noveboracensis, 18:2:23

Thering’s Garden & Greenhouse (East Amherst), 11:3:17

Thermopsis chinensis
at Zantopia Herb Gardens, 16:2:37

thistle see Cirsium vulgareEchinopsOnopordum acanthiumSilybum marianum

Thomas Landscape & Design (Webster), 14:3:47

Thuja
occidentalis, 15:4:21
plicata, 15:4:21

Tiarella
perennial for winter interest, 11:6:9

Tilia
americana, 7:2:18
tomentosa, 15:6:28

Tokyo wood fern see Dryopteris

tomatillo, 17:4:40

tomato
blight, 19:4:15
‘Bush Celebrity,’ 6:4:25
‘Celebrity Bush,’ 7:4:7
effect of rainy spring, 17:4:12
garden sauce, 14:5:36
nightshade, 18:5:14
old stand-by, 7:4:6
plant profile, 6:2:36
taste test, 20:6:26
testing new varieties, 8:4:21
ultimate, 8:3:13

tomato recipes
corn salsa, 20:4:13
pie, 18:4:27
rice-stuffed, 13:5:29
sauce, 14:5:36
slow-roasted, 14:5:36
soup, 19:4:16

Tomb, Michael (artist), 20:4:6

tools and equipment
hoses, 17:5:5
Hydroplanter, 7:3:8
organizing, 8:1:54
tillers, 18:5:11
WheelEasy LE, 10:5:20

tourism, 14:4:30

tractors
White Outdoor Products recall, 7:1:8

trails
Peace Garden Trail, 18:4:10

travel
real food on the road, 19:3:38

tree farms
Boldt’s Evergreen Farm, 12:3:48

tree houses, 20:2:49

trees
assessing in winter, 12:6:16
Jim Atwater, 16:2:14
bare-root stock, 9:4:8
branching patterns, 13:6:20
choosing better, 13:2:60
community planting movement, 19:4:12
cutting down, 10:2:44
Tom Draves, 14:5:16
examining skeleton of, 6:4:28
fast- versus slow-growing, 8:1:42
invasive, 18:2:39
lesser known native, 17:2:36
long term care, 6:2:40
memorial program, 16:6:10
mulching, 18:5:12
night lighting, 7:1:28
nut-bearing, 7:2:24
old growth at Hemlock Lake, 8:1:28
and overhead utility wires, 12:2:20
overwintering potted, 19:6:8
planting with soil amendments, 7:2:28
reducing water stress, 8:3:12
root compaction, 18:5:11
spring checklist, 6:1:30, 8:1:10
stressed, 18:5:12
tale of two trees, 9:1:46
transplanting, 9:4:8
“Trees of the Central Hardwood Forests of North America” (review), 7:2:20
winter check list, 7:4:7
winter interest, 17:6:8
yellow, 15:4:20
see also Christmas trees; names of specific trees

Trifolium pratense
pink wildflower, 17:4:20

Trillium
ephemeral, 12:2:16
erectum, 19:3:15
grandiflorum, 6:1:16, 19:3:14

Triteleia
minor spring bulb, 10:5:14

Trolley Bed Greenhouses (Fairport), 14:3:45

tropical plants, 11:3:24

Trowbridge, Peter (gardener), 10:2:8

Tsuga
caroliniana, 13:3:15
hemlock woolly adelgid, 8:3:6

Tubinis, David D.
five ironclad perennials, 9:2:22
site analysis and evaluation, 7:2:30

Tulipa
finding the right, 17:3:44
plant profile, 6:2:38

turf
management at golf courses, 7:2:10

Turnbull Nursery and Garden Center (North Collins), 20:2:28

turtlehead see Chelone lyonii


U

Ulbrich’s Water Garden Gallery (Alden), 18:3:40

umbrella pine, Japanese see Sciadopitys verticillata

umbrella plant see Darmera peltata

United States Department of Agriculture
hardiness zones, 16:3:16

Upstate Gardeners’ Journal
Debbie Eckerson new managing editor, 17:4:10
Cathy Monard new graphic designer, 18:4:7
photo contest winners, 18:6:24, 20:6:27
“Stump the Chump,” 20:4:4

urban forestry, 9:4:8, 12:2:20

urban horticulture, 19:5:8

Urban Roots Community Garden Center (Buffalo), 14:2:14

utility wires and trees, 12:2:20


V

Valvanis, Bill (bonsai master), 13:5:14

Van Putte Gardens (Greece), 15:3:50

Van Slyke Dairy Farm (Pike), 17:4:26

Vancouver fern see Vancouveria hexandra

Vancouveria hexandra
at Cornell Plantations’ Deans Garden, 13:6:22

VanderWoude, Stephen J.
burgundy foliage, 8:2:24
lilacs, 10:1:34

vase plant see Aechmea

vegetables
autumn, 17:5:21
blanching, 10:5:21
cold crops, 16:2:61
community gardening, 11:4:38
curry, 19:6:24
finding while traveling, 19:3:38
garden planning, 17:2:18
growing indoors, 11:6:16
root, 7:4:29
saving money? 18:5:10
season extension, 8:3:19
slow roasted summer, 14:5:36
spring checklist, 8:1:11
testing new varieties, 8:4:21
winter check list, 7:4:8
see also names of specific vegetables

Verbena bonariensis
nectar flower for butterflies, 6:1:25
plant profile, 6:2:34

Veronica prostrata
yellow, 15:4:22

Veronicastrum sibiricum
plant profile, 7:2:12

vertical garden, 17:2:68

Veterans’ Sanctuary (Trumansburg), 18:3:14

Viburnum
fragrant shrub, 15:2:27

viburnum leaf beetles, 6:3:22

The Village Garden Store (Mendon), 14:3:44

vines
companion to shrubs, 10:1:50
sequence planting, 10:2:25
take over, 11:6:26
winter check list, 7:4:7
yellow, 15:4:22

Vintage Gardens Bed and Breakfast (Newark), 18:6:19

Viola
black winter plant profile, 8:4:17
rostrata, 19:3:15

violets see Viola

Virginia blue bells see Mertensia virginica

Vitis riparia, 19:5:15

volunteer plants, 20:3:10

votives, autumn, 20:5:29


W

Wagner, Jeff
scientific and common names, 7:1:18
seaside kale, 6:2:35
shrubs: try something different, 6:4:5
yellowwood, 6:1:36

Walczak, Maria
Biltmore Estates and Gardens, 6:4:20
Tom Draves, 14:5:16
Florida’s Cypress Gardens, 7:4:14
Meredith Hudson, 17:3:38

Walczak, Maria
joins UGJ, 6:3:6

wall gardens, 17:2:68

walls, stone, 15:4:16

walnut see Juglans

Wambach’s Farm Market (Irondequoit), 14:3:47

War of 1812, 18:4:10

Wardian cases, 6:3:6

wasps, 10:5:26, 14:2:33, 17:5:5

water gardens
for lotus, 13:2:24

water lily see Nymphaea

watering
early season drought, 8:1:36
hydrogel, 18:5:11
lawns, 11:2:35
for low maintenance gardening, 7:2:33
rain barrels, 8:1:32
reducing stress on trees and shrubs, 8:3:12
sprinklers, 18:5:12
timing of, 8:2:44

Wayside Garden Center (Macedon), 14:3:45

weather
negative effects of mild winters, 8:1:38

Web sites
cheap seeds online, 15:2:32
garden clubs, 6:2:6
horticultural, 6:4:19
RochesterGardening.com, 6:3:6
for winter surfing, 7:4:5

Webster, Emily, 14:5:5

Wee Bee, Inc. (Cowlesville), 13:6:19

weeds and weeding
lawns, 11:2:35
for low maintenance gardening, 7:2:33
role in companion gardening, 10:3:7
strategies, 12:4:18
weed mat, 18:5:11
weed-suppressing ornamental groundcover, 14:4:10
Weeks Nursery & Greenhouses
saccharum, 18:2:30

Weeks Nursery & Greenhouses (Clarence Center), 18:3:36

Weigela
florida, 15:4:2
‘French Lace,’ 7:1:8
yellow plant, 15:4:21

Weitz Farm (Orchard Park), 14:2:26

Wells College (Aurora), 10:4:16

wheelbarrows
WheelEasy LE, 10:5:20

Wheeler-Lockwood, Karen (lavender farmer), 19:4:10

White Flower Farm
launches new magazine, 7:1:9

Whitney, Bill (landscape architect), 14:5:10

WiggleWorm Soil Builder, 11:3:7

wild plants see native plants

wildflowers
-in-a-can, 18:5:10
woodlot, 19:3:14

wildlife
Aman’s Animal Repellant, 9:2:6
“Bringing Nature Home. How Native Plants Sustain Wildlife in Our Gardens” (review), 14:2:16
coyotes, 8:2:18
deer, 6:4:8, 12:5:10
managing in garden, 13:3:22
mountain lions, 8:1:34
repelling with urine, 6:3:6
woodchucks, 7:3:30, 8:2:46, 9:2:46

willow see Salix

willow star see Amsonia

Wilson, Nancy (gardener), 12:5:10

Windy Acres Greenhouse (Springville), 20:2:29

wine
make your own, 15:2:52

winter
damage to plants, 10:1:52
garden wonderland, 17:6:8
gardening check list, 7:4:7
gardening in, 9:3:6
indoor options for gardeners, 11:6:16
landscape assessment, 12:6:16
perennials for interest, 11:6:8
preparing plants for, 7:3:10
The Shrub Coat, 11:3:7, 12:6:6, 13:5:5
snowfall and tree damage, 13:2:60
Web surfing, 7:4:5

winterhazel see Corylopsis

Wisteria
tangled story, 9:3:30

witch-alder see Fothergilla

witch hazel see Hamamelis

wood fern see Dryopteris

wood poppy, yellow see Stylophorum diphyllum

woodchucks
pest profile, 8:2:46
the story of Woody, 7:3:30, 9:2:46

worm castings, 11:3:7

wormwood see Artemisia


X


Y

Yates, Linda Katherine, 11:4:32

yellow jackets
and homeownership, 10:5:26
profile, 6:2:8

yellowwood see Cladrastis kentukea


Z

Zantedeschia
at Miller Nurseries, 16:2:33

Zantopia Herb Gardens (Caledonia), 14:6:22

Zantopia Herb Gardens (Mumford), 16:2:37

Zantopp, Drew (herb gardener), 14:6:22, 18:3:10

Zaretsky, Bruce
Gardenscape, 9:1:20
Mendon Ponds Park, 8:3:8

Zazzara, Bridget (nurserywoman), 12:1:24

Zazzara, Sandie (nurserywoman), 12:1:26

Zazzara, Sandra
gardening in virtual tropical denial, 11:3:24

Zehr’s (Burt), 11:3:19

Zelkova sinica
at Highland Park and Durand Eastman, 16:2:16

zoos, petting, 18:3:41

zucchini see squash

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