The Alpine Gardener
The Alpine Gardener is a quarterly colour journal produced by the Society for members.
Here is the contents list for the March 2015 issue of the Journal which has now been mailed.
Here is the contents list for the December 2014 issue of the Journal:
Here is the Contents List for the September 2014 issue of the Alpine Gardener:
Here is the contents list for the June 2014 issue of the Alpine Gardener.
The Alpine Gardener, June 2014, Contents (545Kb)
Here is the map of European Alpine and Arctic Gardens referred to in Katie Price's article. This map was developed by Andreas Groeger, the Scientific Curator of the Munich Botanical Garden's Alpine Collection. It appears on this site with his permission.
Alpine and Arctic Botanic Gardens in Europe (5215Kb)
Here is a list of contents for the March 2014 issue.
The December 2013 issue was mailed with the seed list and the dates of next year's shows. Here is the contents list:
Additional information to accompany ‘The lessons we can learn from plants in the wild’ by Pete and Jackie Murray, published in The Alpine Gardener, December 2013. Below are links for a document listing the study sites and a spreadsheet recording the plants in flower seen at each site.
Here are the contents pages for the September 2013 edition:
September 2013, Contents (674Kb)
The June Edition has been mailed. Here is the contents list:
June 2013, Contents (519Kb)
For members only (you need to be logged in): An electronic copy of Janis Ruksan's booklet on seven new Crocuses can be downloaded here:
Click here to see the contents pages and the wide range of articles included in the March 2013 Journal:
March 2013, Contents (682Kb)
Click here to see the contents pages and the wide range of articles included in the December 2012 Journal:
December 2012, contents (737Kb)
Click here to see the contents pages and the wide range of articles included in the September 2012 Journal:
September 2012 Contents (812Kb)
The September issue contains part 2 of Robert Rolfe's article on Brinkfields garden. New members who missed part 1 can read it here:
Brinkfields garden, part 1 (5012Kb)
If you would like to read more articles and are interested in becoming a member: