Paul Cumbleton's Wisley Alpine Log
The Scottish Rock Garden Club is delighted to introduce a new feature to the website, something which we have long encouraged..….
Alpine Department Staff at the Royal Horticultural Garden, Wisley, are going to contribute a regular "blog" which will give an
insight into life at one of the most important Alpine Gardens in the country… as Paul Cumbleton, who is organising the blog says…... "
It could include all kinds of things …..what the Alpine Dept is up to at Wisley (and maybe other RHS Gardens too), what plants we have
in flower now, how we grow various things, what problems we get and how we deal with them..."
We feel that this is an excellent outreach venture from RHS Wisley to the wider Alpine community and will be invaluable in providing
a "window on Wisley" which will be of great interest to all SRGC members, particularly those overseas and the tens of thousands of gardeners
who visit this site each week.
Our thanks to Paul Cumbleton and to the management at Wisley for enabling this venture and to the staff of the Alpine Department
who will contribute to the blog.
These are the new, flexible format pdf Wisley logs. Do not forget to visit the old format Wisely
log pages, almost two years of fortnightly experience and information, by clicking the link on the menu bar above.
Please view an entry by clicking the date in the table below.
You can also:
Click here to take part in interactive Wisley "Alpine Log" discussions on our modern and very popular forum
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