1. The ACNARGS propagation workshop originally scheduled for June 8 has been rescheduled to June 15 due to a conflict with the Cornell Plantations Plant Sale and Cornell's Alumni Reunion weekend. Contact Pat Curran (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about this.
2. The Cazenovia/Root Glen day trip has been postponed to a later date (to be announced) due to multiple conflicts with any weekend date in June.
3. The Stark/Stauble Open Garden in Lansing, NY was originally scheduled for the same date as the propagation workshop to save out-of-towners another trip to Ithaca. The candelabra primroses are still at peak this coming weekend (June 1-2), but the new propagation workshop date of June 15th will be too late. So if you're interested in seeing the garden, call us at 607-229-9924 to arrange an informal tour. We're there almost every day. You can also email us at email@example.com.
Bill Stark has been experimenting with tufa in his own garden, which led him to research local, inexpensive sources of this ideal rock garden medium. Since his article was so extensive, we've published it as its own special issue of the newsletter. It includes: