What a great national meeting in Philly!
We had a great 2022 national meeting with great people and great gardens! Don't miss next years meeting. April 26-29, 2023.
Field trip to the Galloway's July 8, 2022
Jennifer and I had to go to Charlotte to work on the 2023 National meeting and we stopped at the Galloway's in Asheville, NC. Bruce drove ov
American Conifer Society Photo Contest for 2023 Calendar
ACS Photo Contest and 2023 Calendar RULES Click Here!
Taxodium Update by David Creech
Taxodium at SFA Gardens – A 2022 Update SFA Gardens remains a valued resource at Stephen F. Austin State University (SFA). This 128-acre gar
Heavy rains in Michigan
Once the flood-waters have carried the oversized rafts of ice out thru the gate, I’ll close the gate (once the water recedes sufficiently.
These periodic episodes where barge-sized rafts of ice is the very reason the big swing-gate was installed in the first place.
Amphibious Coneheads Gather for a Conifer Walkabout
On October 24, Sonoma County, CA, experienced a record-breaking storm, the confluence of a 'bomb cyclone' and an 'atmospheric river'. Up to
My Kind of (Conifer) Town, Chicago is!
Chicago is famous for many things, including architecture, deep dish pizza, Navy Pier and Wrigley Field. But did you know that it is also fa
Fall on Fire! A Trip Through the Feller Garden on Long Island
Bruce Feller and his wife Marianne have a two acre garden on Long Island, replete with not just conifers, but maples and rhododendron as wel
Hooray for the Red, White and Blue!
Today the Internet teems with photos of red, white and blue flowers, and there are many lovely combinations. We find Old Glory's colors in t
Spring Flush (Conifer Style)
What's happening in your conifer garden? Colorful new growth? Interesting cones? We want to see your photos!
Spring is here, and it's not just about flowers. Conifers have both showy new growth and gorgeous cones. Some will rival even the most flamb
Fall Foliage Color in the Conifer Garden
Who doesn't love the brilliance of fall color as deciduous trees and shrubs settle into dormancy? They sure don't go quietly into that good