Desert Plants, Volume 3, Number 3 (Autumn 1981)
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
Desert Plants is a unique botanical journal published by The University of Arizona for Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum. This journal is devoted to encouraging the appreciation of indigenous and adapted arid land plants. Desert Plants publishes a variety of manuscripts intended for amateur and professional desert plant enthusiasts. A few of the diverse topics covered include desert horticulture, landscape architecture, desert ecology, and history. First published in 1979, Desert Plants is currently published biannually with issues in June and December.
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- Editorial - Halophytes
- New Salt Tolerant Crops for the Sonoran Desert
- Landscaping for Energy Conservation
- Vegetation of the Gila River Resource Area, Eastern Arizona
- Arboretum Progress
- List of Seeds Available from the Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum
- Acacia redolens Used as a Groundcover Along Arizona Highways
- Stomatal Characteristics of Jojoba, Simmondsia chinensis (Link) Schneider
- Hummingbirds as Pollinators of Flowers in the Red-Yellow Segment of the Color Spectrum, With Special Reference to Penstemon and the "Open Habitat"
- The Incredible Elephant-Foot Cissus