Three groups of plants – one group of enthusiasts worldwide
An annual publication of record since its first appearance in 1946, the Yearbook contains articles that are practical, horticultural
or botanical, on species, hybrids, gardens, cultivation, propagation, taxonomy, exploration and history. Keeping pace with current developments,
it is unique in its focus on all three genera.
Supplied as a benefit of Membership (and alone worth the subscription), or available to non-members priced £12.00 + postage & packing (£2.50 UK; £4.00 Europe &rest of the world).
Limited numbers of back issues are also available (see below yearbook details).
The Centenary edition of the yearbook, celebrates and elucidates the past century of rhododendron collecting, cultivation and breeding. But it is not just a history it focuses on the present just as enthusiastically,
reminding readers that our understanding of rhododendrons is a journey and our attitudes and knowledge are changing all the time.
Camellias and magnolias are not forgotten either, there is something to interest all our members.Most of all, the yearbook is a vivid demonstration of the vibrancy of the Rhododendron, Camellia and Magnolia Group as it goes into its second century of ‘spreading the word’ about our favourite three genera.