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Formerly known as “The Plant Press”

The first publication of the Arizona Native Plant Society was the “Arizona Native Plant Society Newsletter.” It functioned as both a source of information on current Society events and information on plants related to plant biology, horticulture and conservation. In the spring of 1981, the newsletter’s name was changed to the “Arizona Native Plant Society Bulletin” and one issue later it was renamed again to “The Plant Press,” a name submitted by June Hirsch as part of a naming competition among Society members. “The Plant Press” continued to function as the Society’s newsletter but over time began to develop more in-depth content on native plants.

Beginning in 2005, the Society began to publish “Happenings” as a quarterly newsletter for all state chapter activities. In 2021 the name of the Society’s journal was modified to “Plant Press Arizona” in an effort to give some geographical reference to the Journal and to eliminate a duplication of the name with a newsletter published by the Natural History Museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Published semiannually in themed issues, the journal offers in-depth articles on a topic, such as rare plant conservation and regular features such as book reviews, committee reports, and spotlights on specific native plants.

Listed below are back issues of “Plant Press Arizona”/”The Plant Press” including the newsletter and Bulletin issues that pre-date the formal name changes, starting from the most recent to the oldest issue at the bottom. . Click on the volume number to download a copy. All of the journal’s authors are outstanding botanists and other scientists who have made many contribution to our understanding of the Arizona Flora. We are pleased to make copies of the journal available again.



Previous Publications



Plant Press Arizona, 2022

Volume 45, Number 1


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Grand Canyon – Still Holding Secrets




Plant Press Arizona, 2021

Volume 44, Number 2


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An Introduction to Arizona’s “Lower Plants” and Plant-Like Wonders.




Plant Press Arizona, 2021

Volume 44, Number 1


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Buried Treasures: Interesting Finds from the Museum of Northern Arizona Herbarium Backlog; The Maricopa Native Seed Library: Inspiring and Equipping the Community to Create Habitat at Home.




Cover of issue features four landscape photos of invasive plants

The Plant Press, 2020

Volume 43, Number 2


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This issue is devoted to Invasive Plants.




The Plant Press, 2020

Volume 43, Number 1


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A Wildflower Art Introduction for Arizona Native Plant Lovers, Cora Estelle Cameron Mosher Floral Drawings




The Plant Press, 2019

Volume 42, Number 2


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This issue based on presentations at the Botany 2019 Conference and includes Finger Rock Canyon Drainage of the Santa Catalina Mountains since 1984, Agave cultivation in the Safford Valley, AZ and restoration projects.




The Plant Press, 2019

Volume 42, Number 1


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An appreciation of Arizona’s “Big Trees” is highlighted in this issue.  The Arizona Department of Forestry and Fire Management’s Magnificent Trees program is described.




The Plant Press, 2018

Volume 41, number 2


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Our Botany 2018 Conference explored the botanical diversity of the Madrean Sky Islands of Southern Arizona and Northern Mexico. In this expanded issue we present floras of five major Sonoran Sky Islands.




The Plant Press, 2018

Volume 41, Number 1


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Focus on the native gardener. Grow Native! Explores the many benefits,
both real and intangible, that can be realized by using native plants for gardening, landscaping, and restoration projects.




The Plant Press, 2017

Volume 40, Number 2


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The Mogollon Highlands plus 170 years of natural history in Cuenca Los Ojos, Sonora Mexico.




The Plant Press, 2017

Volume 40, Number 1


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The Flora of the Tortlita Mountains, plus Another Milestone for the Sky Islands.




The Plant Press, 2017

Volume 39, Number 2


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Orchids of Arizona and New Mexico.




The Plant Press, 2016

Volume 39, Number 1


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Flora and Ethnobotany of the Guaymas Region of Sonora, Mexico.
The Evolution of Desert Mistletoe Host Races. A Muddle of Mallows. The AZNPS-Led Waterman Restoration Project. Pima County’s Native Plant Nursery.




The Plant Press, 2016

Volume 38, Number 2


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Arizona Ethnobotany. Including discussions of why ancient crops matter, ethnobotanical teaching programs, ethnobotany in the Sky Islands, and the cultivation of Opuntias in Northern Arizona.




The Plant Press, 2015

Volume 38, Number 1


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The history of past military involvement in Western plant and animal exploration on the seven major Arizona military installations.




The Plant Press, 2014

Volume 37, Number 1


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Herbaria of Arizona. It includes a review of a new smart phone app, 2800 Arizona Wildflowers.The Native Plant Spotlight this issue is the California Fan Palm(Washingtonia filifera).




The Plant Press, 2014

Volume 37, Number 2


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Feature article is: Arizona Native Food Plants for a Dry Future. It also features articles such as: Oaks, Cycads, Orchids, and Conservation in the Sierra Huérfana; Special Soils and their Role in Plant Evolution, Distribution, and Regional Diversity




The Plant Press, 2013

Volume 36, Number 1


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Focus on the Madrean Archipelago Conference held in 2012. It includes abstracts of botanical papers presented at the conference. The Native Plant Spotlight is the Paintbrush (Castilleja lanata).




The Plant Press, 2013

Volume 36, Number 2


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Highlighting Habitat and Rare Plant Conservation in southwestern North America. It includes an article about Graptopetalum (Crassulaceae) in AZ. The Native Plant Spotlight this issue is on Pringle’s Pleatleaf (Nemastylis tenuis var. pringlei).




The Plant Press, 2012

Volume 36, Number 1


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The Plant Atlas Project of Arizona. It includes articles about the flora of different regions of the state. The Native Plant Spotlight this issue is on the Lemon Lily.




The Plant Press, 2011

Volume 35, Number 1


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Highlights the plant and animal interactions with desert insects with desert plants. It includes articles about columnar cacti-bat connections as well as pollination studies on Sentry Milk-vetch.




The Plant Press, 2011

Volume 34, Number 2


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The riparian and wetland ecology found in Arizona. It includes articles about the many springs in Arizona and the Springs Stewards Program to assess the health of the springs in the Colorado Plateau.




The Plant Press, 2010

Volume 34, Number 1


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The Hidden Botanical Treasures of Arizona. It includes articles about Ruby near the southern border, Granite Mountain Wilderness out of Prescott and Hart Prairie Preserve north of Flagstaff.




The Plant Press, 2009

Volume 33, Number 2


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The Value and Future of Floristics. It includes articles on the flora of the Baboquivaris and Ironwood Forest National Monument, the Valley of Tehuacan, Mexico’s Cactus Heaven and Arizona’s Plants in California.




The Plant Press, 2009

Volume 33, Number 1


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Focus on Restoration of Arizona’s Wildlands, including articles about restoring riparian habitats in southern, western and northern Arizona and in ponderosa pine forests.




The Plant Press, 2008

Volume 30, Number 5


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This edition’s feature is: Biodiversity: Resiliency in Our Native Ecosystems. Also in this issue is Revisiting the Tumamoc Globeberry, and Sunset Crater Beardtongue




The Plant Press, 2008

Volume 32, Number 1


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A Sense of Place; A Native Plant Garden in a Neighborhood of Exotic Plants. Supporting articles in clude: Native Plants in Northern Arizona Neighborhoods, and Native Wildflowers are Weeds?




The Plant Press, 2007

Volume 31, Number 2


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This edition features: Ethnobotany and Inherited Landscapes-Tribute to Ferrell Secakuku. In addition: In the Eye of the Desert, Land Management Practices and Peniocereus striatus, Succulents and Bighorn of Isla Tiburon




The Plant Press, 2007

Volume 31, Number 1


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The Pima Pineapple Cactus: A Unique Cactus Hiding in Plain Sight. Also in this issue: Plant and Pollinator Diversity in Northern Arizona, Pollinators and Plants in Peril: Can we prevent a pollinator crisis in North America?




The Plant Press, 2006

Volume 30, Number 2


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Rare Plants! Peirson’s Milkvetch: A species at the interface of biology, politics,and litigation. Plus: Verde Valley : A“hotspot”for rare pre-Columbian agave cultivars, and Triteliopsis palmeri: Blue Sand Lily, an Elusive Plant of the Sand Dunes.




The Plant Press, 2006

Volume 30, Number 1


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Invasive Species! Bufflegrass, Sahara Mustard, Bull Thistle. Also: Long-term Vegetation Trends as Influenced by Climate & Management




The Plant Press, 2005

Volume 29, Number 1


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Plant Conservation- N. Morin; AZ Biodiversity Conservation Assessment – B. Nowicki; Climate Change and its Implications for Plants, Water and People – J. Herring; Desert Yards and Desert Insects – J. Alcock;




The Plant Press, 2004

Volume 28, Number 1


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Long-Term Drought & AZ Flora – N. Morin; “Son of CAP” Threatens Gila River – J. Fonseca; Mazatzal Wilderness – C. Trask; Crossosoma – T. Burgess; Fire in the Desert – J. Titus; Velvet Mesquite – M. Johnson; Washingtonia filfera Native Palms of AZ – R. Harris; Native Plant Laws – J. Titus and E. Stanford;




The Plant Press, 2003

Volume 27, Number 2


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Fires in Arizona’s Grasslands – J. Titus; Two Rare Plants and the Warm Season Flora of a Unique Habitat in Pima County, Arizona – R.B.Duncan; The Tumamoc Globeberry – J. Fonseca; Late Spring Sightings – C. Trask;




The Plant Press, 2003

Volume 27, Number 1


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Nomenclature Changes-Orchidaceae of AZ/NM – R Coleman; E Mearns- B. Tellman; SC River Habitat Project-A. Philips;Drought Sightings – C. Trask; Conservation in the Grand Canyon Region – L. Stevens/B. Perla; Fire in Lower Elev. Woodlands- J. Titus;




The Plant Press, 2002

Volume 26, Number 3


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ANPS at 25 -R. Gass; NAZ Pine Forest Restoration – J. Springer; UA Arboretum – P. Waterfall; Casner RNA Plant List – M.Licher; 2002 Supplement – Flora of Gran Desierto & Rio Colorado -R. S. Felger, Fires in AZ Forests – J. Titus; The ASU Herbarium – S. Doane; AZ Botanists: C Wright – B. Tellman




The Plant Press, 2002

Volume 26, Number 2


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The Wolfberry – G. Bachman; Sonoran Trees for Landscape Use – R.S.Felger, M.B. Johnson, M.F.Wilson; Ocotillo Fencing Part 1: – K.L. Enyedy;




The Plant Press, 2002

Volume 26, Number 1


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Wit of Carolus Linnaeus – D. Austin; Rosewoods in the Desert – M.F. Irish; The UA Herbarium – P. Jenkins; Plant List-Winter-Gila Bend – M Martin




The Plant Press, 2001

Volume 25, Number 3


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Plants Lists:Tools for Restoration -B. Kendall; Botanist -Jack Kaiser; DBG Herbarium- W. Hodgson; Hydrilla Invasion – E. Northam; Native Plant Laws in AZ- B. Tellman; Two Native Justicias – M.F.Irish; Desert Hackberries – J. Kreamer;




The Plant Press, 2001

Volume 25, Number 2


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Ragged Top and Ironwood NM – J. Wiens; AZ Naturalists VII: H S Gentry;: ASDM Herbarium- J.F. Wiens; On the Trail of Palo Christi – G. Frerich; Vascular Plants of Ragged Top 1987-2000 – J.F. Wiens; Vines – M.Y. Irish




The Plant Press, 2001

Volume 25, Number 1


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SD Conservation Plan- B. Tellman; DeaverHerbarium – T. Ayers; Rare Plants- Huachuca Mts – M. Tandy; Native Plant Nursery – G. Bachman; Invasive

Species:-J. Kreamer; Plant Propagation Trials of the SW Plateau – S. Holiday; AZ Botanists: A. Gray – B.Tellman




The Plant Press, 2000

Volume 24, Number 3


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Variability in an Area Flora -D. Bertelsen;AZ Botanists : C. C. Parry- B. Tellman; Floras of AZ NM . Pipe Springs NM-S.McLaughlin; Exotic Species, N AZ – R. Scott/ T.Ayers; Cyn Grape- Vitis arizonica- J. Kreamer; Barberries – M.F. Irish; Thoughts about Genotypes – H. Romppanen




The Plant Press, 2000

Volume 24, Number 2


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African sumac; Arizona Cliffrose – J. Machinski; AZ Botanists : H. L. Shantz – B. Tellman; Floras of AZ National Historic Sites: V. Hubbell Trading Post NHS – S. McLaughlin; Landscape Tips: Abutilon thurberi – M.F. Irish;




The Plant Press, 2000

Volume 24, Number 1


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Lady Bird Wildflower Center ; AZ Botanists : W.H. Emory – B. Tellman; Tips for AZ Trees – J. Kreamer; Floras of Arizona National Park. Petrified Forest NP – S. McLaughlin;




The Plant Press, 1999

Volume 23, Number 3


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Ironwood Alliance – J. Kreamer; Rare Plant: Adenophyllum wrightii – J. Shortman; AZ Botanists: C.G. Pringle; Exotic Species -Salvina molesta.B. Tellman; Marrubium vilgare at Fort Bowie NHS – B. Reese; Floras of AZ NHS-Casa Grande Ruins NM- S. McLaughlin; Ethnobotany :Arizona black walnut




The Plant Press, 1999

Volume 23, Number 2


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Non-Timber Harvest of “Vara Blanca” in S Sonora, Mexico – C. Lyndquist; AZ Botanists: J.G. Lemmon & Wife – B. Tellman; Plant Rarity in AZ – J. Anderson; Unique Flora: Pedicactus sileri – S. Rutman; Mason Audubon Ctr Plants -J.K. Ethnobotany :Mullein – J. Kreamer;




The Plant Press, 1999

Volume 23, Number 1


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The Mason Institute – J. Kreamer; Jatrophas – J. Shortman; AZ Botanists : Josiah Gregg – B. Tellman; Floras of AZ Historic Sites . Montezuma Castle NM (cont.) – S. McLaughlin; Patten Herbal Collection, Ethnobotany : Elderberry – J. Kreamer;




The Plant Press, 1998

Volume 22, Number 3


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Signal Pk Gardens – S. Weik; Member Survey – M. Tiede/ B. Skye; Unique Flora . Sapium biloculare; Plants of AZ Historic Sites . Montezuma Castle NM – S. McLaughlin; Exotic Weed Watch – J. Floyd,AZ Botanists. E. Palmer ;




The Plant Press, 1998

Volume 22, Number 2


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Our Unique Flora: I. Canotia holacantha – S. Rutman; Plants of Arizona Historic Sites I. Wupatki NM- S. McLaughlin




The Plant Press, 1998

Volume 22, Number 1


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The Role of Native Plants in Management of Highway Vegetation – C.R. Taylor;




The Plant Press, 1997

Volume 21, Number 2


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Preserving Tradition (and Plants) in the Tohono O’odham Nation – J, Francisco; Gardening with Native Four O’Clocks-Mirablis spp. – B. Wilson




The Plant Press, 1997

Volume 21, Number 1


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Red Rock State Park:Vascular Plant List – N.B. Herkenham ; Continental Ranch Revegation Project – J. Fonseca




The Plant Press, 1996

Volume 20, Number 3


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Challenge of Bio-Pollution-R. Westbrooks and R Eplee; Gardening with Agaves-G. Starr; Pantano Jungle Revegetation-J Fonseca




The Plant Press, 1996

Volume 20, Number 2


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Tonto Basin Agave: A living relic of pre-Columbian Cultures? – B. Backhaus; Penstemon’s Hummingbird’s Delight – G. Starr;




The Plant Press, 1996

Volume 20, Number 1


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The Vegetation of the Pan Quemado, Plant List- J.F. Wiens;




The Plant Press, 1995

Volume 19, Number 2


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Plants for the Shade; Plants of Hospital Flat, Treasure Park and Big Creek – Pinaleno Mtns – S. McLaughlin and N. Stallcup;




The Plant Press, 1995

Volume 19, Number 1


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Mychorrhizal Assns in SW North American- J. Stutz; Is Mesquite Native to Southeast Arizona – J. Fonseca;




The Plant Press, 1994

Volume 18, Number 3


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Exotic Plants – Environmental Weeds? – D. James; DELEP-Studying the World’s Legumes – M. Johnson; Plant Checklist Picketpost RNA, Superior AZ – D.L. Magney et. al;




The Plant Press, 1994

Volume 18, Number 2


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Common Ferns of S. Arizona – J. Kaiser; Riparian Protection Meeting




The Plant Press, 1994

Volume 18, Number 1


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McDowell Sonoran Land Trust-D.Brennan, Collecting Trip to NW Mexico – G. Starr, Impact of Forest Roads-J.Fonseca




The Plant Press, 1993

Volume 17, Number 4


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Arizona Native Plant Law – W. McGinnis; Our Unique Flora:Verde Valley Limestone Plants – S. Rutman; Common Flora of Finger Rock Cyn/Mount Kimball – D Bertelsen




The Plant Press, 1993

Volume 17, Number 3


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Scientific Achievements of the Desert Laboratory, Tumamoc Hill, Tucson Arizona: Part II – J. Bowers; Native Plants and Space – W. Sherbrooke




The Plant Press, 1993

Volume 17, Numbers 1/2


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Achievements of the Desert Laboratory, Tucson Arizona: Part I – J. Bowers; Sand Dunes of the Sonoran Desert – S. McLaughlin and J. Bowers; The Champion Trees of Arizona – R. Zahner;




The Plant Press, 1992

Volume 16, Number 3


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Arizona Honeysuckle – M. Johnson; What is a Native Plant – B. Tellman; Arizona Rare Plant Program – S. Rutman




The Plant Press, 1992

Volume 16, Number 2


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The Ironwood Task Force – B. Backhaus; Desert Smoke Tree: M. Johnson; Carex specuicola – S. Rutman;




The Plant Press, 1992

Volume 16, Number 1


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Jojoba: A Dry Farming Experience; The Native Landscaper:Alkali Pink – B. Wilson; In Memorium: Vernon Kleuver.




The Plant Press, 1991

Volume 15, Numbers 3/4


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Blue Yucca – M. Johnson; Flora of Garden Canyon, Huachuca Mountains – N. Stallcup; Arizona Leather Flower – J. Machinsky;




The Plant Press, 1991

Volume 15, Number 2


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Silverbell Mtn Flora – J. Wiens; The Lost Landscape – Sonoran Saltbush Desertscrub – L. Jackson; Sonoran Tree Catclaw – M. Johnson




The Plant Press, 1991

Volume 15, Number 1


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AZ Natural Heritage Prog -L.Brewer; White-margin Beard tongue – C. Button; List-Tent Rocks- A. Green/ J. Searle; Chih. Whitethorn- M. Johnson




The Plant Press, 1990

Volume 14, Number 2


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C. Hart Merriam: AZ Biologist – B. Phillips; The Sacred Apple – M. Plagens; AZ willow – S. Rutman; Gary Nabham Receive Two Prestigious Awards




The Plant Press, 1990

Volume 14, Number 1


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Our Unique Arizona Flora: Acuna Cactus – S. Rutman; Provisional List for White Canyon, Pinal County




The Plant Press, 1989

Volume 13, Number 3


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Succulent Hill, Baja California – G. Joseph; Field Notes on a Springtime Trip to the ASDM – P. Boles; Lemon Lily – S. Rutman;




The Plant Press, 1989

Volume 13, Number 2


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Native Shrubby Comps – M. Johnson; Native Legumes for Landscape Use – M. Johnson; Plants for an Allergen Free Yard – K. Breunig




The Plant Press, 1989

Volume 13, Number 1


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Use of Regional Native Flora for Desert Landscaping – K. Reichardt; Grasses in Santa Catalina State Park – H. Miller




The Plant Press, 1988

Volume 12, Number 3


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Desert Legumes – H. Miller; Desert Seasons – T. Burgess; Palo Verde Removal – K. Dahl; Sentry Milk Vetch – S. Rutman




The Plant Press, 1988

Volume 12, Number 2


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Botanical Illegal Aliens – H. Miller; Pilostyles, Strange Desert Parasite- R. Felger;




The Plant Press, 1988

Volume 12, Number 1


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After K&P What? – H . Miller; Hopi Lima Beans – K. Dahl;Tamarisk Control – S. Johnson;




The Plant Press, 1987

Volume 11, Number 2


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Transplanting Large Trees – M. Dimmitt; Agave Vilmoriniana – T. Clark;




The Plant Press, 1987

Volume 11, Number 1


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Creating a Desert Corner – M.; Johnson; What is that Grass – H. Miller




The Plant Press, 1986

Volume 10, Number 1


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Go Chihuahuan – K. Newland




The Plant Press, 1985

Volume 9, Number 4


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Amaranth Family – The Book of Wildflowers; Forcing Saucers of Tiny Bulbs




The Plant Press, 1985

Volume 9, Number 3


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AZ Native Plant Law May be Strengthened- M. Butterwick




The Plant Press, 1985

Volume 9, Number 2


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Boyce Forman’s Annual Gardening Guide Part II




The Plant Press, 1985

Volume 9, Number 1


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The Endangered Plant Program in Arizona – A Summary – M. Butterwick




The Plant Press, 1984

Volume 8, Number 4


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Transition Zone Hort. Inst.- J. Milne, Research Increase on nitrogen fixation – M. Gallagher




The Plant Press, 1984

Volume 8 No 2 -- wrong file?


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20 Columnar Cacti for Landscape Use in Central and Southern Arizona – K. Newland




The Plant Press, 1984

Volume 8, Number 2


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Rare Plant Update, Wilderness Bill Passed




The Plant Press, 1984

Volume 8, Number 4


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DBG and AZ Botanical Garden Asso. – Their Commitment to Rare Endangered Plant Program – W. Hodgson




The Plant Press, 1983

Volume 7, Number 2


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Fish and Wildlife Services to list three plants, AZ Wilderness Bill




The Plant Press, 1983

Volume 7, Number 1


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Groundcovers for Desert Landscapes – G. Starr; Desert Plant Strategies – M. Kurzius




The Plant Press, 1982

Volume 6, Number 1/2


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Desert Landscaping – G. Starr; Fern Talk – G. Yatskievych




The Plant Press, 1981

Volume 5, Number 3


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Irrigating the Desert Landscape – G. Joseph; C. Hart Merriam Life Zone Concept – FW Reichenbacher, Jr.




The Plant Press, 1981

Volume 5, Number 2


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AZ Endemic Plants- T. VanDevender; Native Plants- Birds-M. Pierce; Trees-Landscaping – G. Starr; Ferns- Yatskievych




Bulletin of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1981

Volume 5, Number 1


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Special Plants of AZ-T. VanDevender; Special Plant Communities of AZ – Arizona Dunescrub- FW Reichenbacher, Jr.




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1980

Volume 4, Number 4


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Special Plant Comm. in AZ-Granite Mts- FW Reichenbacher, Jr.; Special Plants of Arizona – Tom VanDevender




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1980

Volume 4, Number 3


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Chiricahua Workshop, Meeting Notes




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1980

Volume 4, Number 2


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Alpine tundra of AZ- FW Reichenbacher, Jr.; Special plants of AZ- Tom VanDevender




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1980

Volume 4, Number 1


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Relict plants of AZ – J. Bowers; Special plants of AZ-T. VanDevender; Plant Comm. of AZ-F.W. Reichenbacher, Jr.




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1979

Volume 3, Numbers 3/4


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Plants that Poison




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1979

Volume 3, Number 2


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Nature Loves Yellow, Ramsey Canyon, Lillium parryii




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1979

Volume 3, Number 1


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December 1978 Freeze effect




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1978

Volume 2, Number 2


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Leaf terminology used in plant identification




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1978

Volume 2, Number 1


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Spanish-named medicinal plants of Arizona-Frank S. Crosswhite




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1977

Volume 1, Number 3


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Southwestern woody-trunked prickly pears




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1977

Volume 1, Number 2


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Growing Mesquite from Seed; Desert Willow; Ron Gass Re-Discovers Pentemon x crideri; Chaparall tea




Newsletter of the Arizona Native Plant Society, 1977

Volume 1, Number 1


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American Desert diagram; opening of ASDM Desert Garden