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    Posted: 15 Oct 2009 at 9:43pm
To BCS Members:
 
The BCS Journal The Clematis 2009 is now in preparation with the printer and will be published in the next month or so.
This edition will have 260+ pages with around 53 clematis articles and almost 400 images.
A copy will be sent to all BCS members home and abroad, as well as to any new Members joining the BCS in the coming period. Members overseas will not have to wait long as their copy will be sent by Air Mail.
 
I very much hope that members enjoy this edition.
 
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  Quote Aidan3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16 Oct 2009 at 10:07pm
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Wasn't expecting it so soon but can't complain, sounds great, can't wait to get it!
 
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  Quote bcollingwood Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 23 Nov 2009 at 9:31pm
The BCS 2009 Journal The Clematis is almost ready.
It should hopefully be in the post toward the end of the week.
I very much hope you enjoy it. Of course I am very grateful to all contributors but also sorry that I had to hold over a few items to next year, due to space and time restrictions.

The Contents are as follows:

Front cover outer: Clematis coactilis

Section I: Your Society
From Your Editor Brian Collingwood 1
Join us in the BCS Invitation from the BCS 2
Who Does What in the BCS 2009 BCS Committee 3
From Your Chairman David Victor 6
Financial Summary Charles E. Hills 7
Minutes of the 19th Annual General Meeting BCS Committee 9
BCS International Trials Results: Year 2007 Planting Everett Leeds 15
Section II : Clematis in our Gardens
‘Miss Bateman’ Opens Watercolour by Stuart Pereira 17
Clematis Corner Mike Brown 18
How Clematis Changed My Life Josephine Hulbert 20
Clematis That Grow For Me Brian Cromie 21
My First Clematis Stuart Pereira 28
A Decade With Clematis Barrie Knight 34
Jewel Of Merk Michael Pawson 38
Quart into Pint Pot - Downsizing the Garden Maureen Hudson 41
Model For a Day Val Le May Neville-Parry 44
You Can’t Beat the Blues Jane Hipkiss 46
Corachie Surprise Brian Collingwood 50
The North-South Divide (part II) Garry Gaunt 52
The Meaning of Polish Clematis Cultivar Names Szczepan Marczyński 54
Rosemoor Clematis Weekend Charlie Pridham 58
Lost and Found Val Le May Neville-Parry 61
The Joys and Struggles of Restoring an Edwardian Garden Sarah Williams 65
Section III : Culture Basics & Container Culture 72
Back to Basics 1: Soils Mike Brown 73
Buying Clematis For The Garden Glenis Dyer 75
Water and the Vine Tony Casbon 77
My Battle with Powdery Mildew Sue Reade 78
Host Plants & Garden Structures Glenis Dyer 80
Potty about Clematis – Container Culture Harry Caddick in conversation with Ed. 83
Section IV: Clematis Cultivars/Species/Groups 89
Clematis ‘Prosperity’ Everett Leeds 90
Clematis ‘Bill MacKenzie’ Szczepan Marczyński 93
Where is Wild Clematis viticella? Bernard Allen 95
An Occurrence of Wild Clematis viticella Vojtěch Holubec/Editor 96
The Viticellas: The Good, The Bad & The ‘Ugly’ Charlie Pridham 99
Clematis gracilifolia Rehd. & Wils David Victor 107
Clematis vitalba John Feltwell 109
Clematis patens – Serpentinite habitat in Japan Mariko Nakanishi 112
Clematis sibirica loco natale Gudbrandsdalen Bengt Sundström 117
Clematis tongluensis Mary Toomey 124
Clematis denticulata Roy Nunn 125
The Clematis heracleifolia Group Marcus Dancer 126
The Clematis koreana Group Steve Christmas 130
Clematis the Buttercup Mary Toomey 135
Section V: Clematis Propagation and Hybridisation 145
Cuttings – The Finer Points Roy Nunn 146
Layering Clematis Joan Dupuis 151
Mound Layering of Clematis Timo Löfgren 155
Propagation of Clematis From Cuttings Spence Gunn 159
Adventures in Collecting and Storing Pollen Alison Merritt 164
Clematis and Hybridisation: Observations Mike Miller 168
Replicating Clematis texensis Brian Collingwood 175
Section VI: New Clematis Registrations 182
New Clematis Registrations January-June 2009 Duncan Donald 183
Section VII : BCS Journal ‘Classic from the Pastarticle
Seedling Morphology & Its Taxonomic Implications Frederick B. Essig 185
Section VIII : Feature: Clematis In My Life 199
In Conversation With Harry Caddick Brian Collingwood 200
Clematis Fit For The Queen – The Montanas Anne Morris 202
A Chat with Sheila Chapman Everett Leeds 205
Section IX: Subgenus Viorna 207
Tracking Florida’s Wild Clematis Fran Palmeri 208
Who Am I? Viorna Group Notes Sonnia Hill 212
The Awkward Squad: Integrifoliae, Baldwinianae, & Hirsutissimae. K. Treadaway 215
Section X: In Memoriam 229
Ken Baker Family and Friends 230
Erich Pranno Clematis Friends 234
Stefan Franczak Szczepan Marczyński et al 238
Concluding Items
International Clematis Society 2009 Report Ken Woolfenden 245
Vermiculite Method Germination Data Report Alison Merritt 246
Acknowledgements 251
Notes page 252
Advertisers 253
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  Quote Mariko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2009 at 11:49am
Brian!!
Wonderful!!
I am waiting for the journal to come.
Thanking all persons.

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  Quote bcollingwood Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Nov 2009 at 12:51pm
Hi Mariko! Hope you are well. And thanks so much once again for informing us about the beautiful C. patens, it is a very interesting article.  It was quite thrilling to see those photos of C. patens with red stripes on the sepal exteriors and even more so about the green-striped ones, and the others.
I understand that the Journal will be delivered 7th December in the UK, so, hopefully, soon after that for yourself and others by Air Mail.
 
 
 
 


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Thanks Mariko:


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  Quote Mariko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Nov 2009 at 10:52pm
About the photograph which Brian uploaded.
This is called C.patens 'Shinshiro'.
Mr Kato of "the Tokai clematis club" owns this C.patens.
It is difficult to bring up this C.patens.
It is the characteristic of C.patens  of "Serpentinite habitat ".
He obtained this C.patens accidentally.
 
Brian. thanking you.


 
 

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The Journal is now printed and  has been sent out to all Members.
 
 


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  Quote Aidan3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Dec 2009 at 1:03pm
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Just received my copy today. Congratulations on producing such a truly excellent edition. I think it's actually the best edition that I've seen. It's packed full of interesting stuff and some great photos. I look forward to delving into it. Your hard work and the contributions from members are much appreciated. Well done!
 
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  Quote roemg62 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Dec 2009 at 12:29am
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Many thanks to you and all responsible for a great edition.
What is the name of the Clematis pictured on the front cover please ? As I cannot see any reference to it.
 
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Malcolm it is Front cover outer: Clematis coactilis as on page 219 in Keith's article and page 89 full page image.



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Brian
Thank you for pointing me in the right direction ,still ploughing my way through very interesting articles on route. A great choice for front cover certainly a plant to lookout for, or if possible to get hold of some seed
 
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Hi Brian
Thanks for all the hard work put into the production of such a excellent publication , Will keep me glued to it for some time now.
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  Quote Mariko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10 Dec 2009 at 11:02pm
Hi Brian
 
"The BCS journal" arrived today.Smile
Many thanks to you and all persons. Clap
 

 

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