Wakefield Estate 'Pop-Up' Garden Workshops
This year, there are even more great reasons than usual to get out for the opening day of the 9th Annual Dogwood Days at the Wakefield Estat
Tom Cox to Speak on Conifers for the Southeast
Tom Cox, co-author of Landscaping with Conifers and Ginkgo for the Southeast will be speaking on May 25th at Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground, G
CCOY Plants Shipped
The CCOY plants have shipped and this year was a banner year in the program's history. For the first time we offered more than a couple of p
The 2019 Seed Exchange List has been posted!
JIm has done it again! Here is the newly minted 2019 ACS conifer seed exchange list. Never grown a conifer from seed? What are you waiting f
10 Types of Spruce Trees Everyone Should Know
To most people, ‘conifer’ and ‘pine tree’ are synonymous. There is some rationale for this, as the pine family is the largest conifer family
Exclusive Brooms Donated to NER Regional Auction by Gee Farms
Gary Gee and his Gee Farms nursery have donated an amazing list of brooms to the ACS for the NER meeting auction next month in Washington, D
Preliminary Auction List for NER Meeting
Here's the preliminary list, which we will update as we near the meeting. There is also a very special plant, Thuja plicata 'Haley Bop', don
Two hard-to-find conifers available: Dahurian Larch and Siberian Spruce
We just heard from ACS member John Zebrun, who discovered that the Pitkin Forest Nursery at the University of Idaho is offering, for the fir
NER Regional Meeting Teaser...
One of the stops on the Northeast Regional Meeting itinerary this year is Susanna Farms Nursery in Boyds, Maryland. Susanna Farms is a longs
ACS Announces 3 Scholarship Awards!
The American Conifer Society is pleased to award three scholarships this year. Not only did we receive several worthy applications, but thei
Kral garden featured in bonsai blog
Jerry and Karen Kral's garden in Rochester, NY, was the subject of a recent post on the Valavanis Bonsai Blog. Click on the click for some s