|Menziesia is the monthly e-newsletter of the Native Plant Society of BC. In it, you'll find short articles about native plants, native plant habitats, reports of field trips, society news, research news and more.
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Prior to 2015, Menziesia was a quarterly print publication. In the near future, we hope to make back issues available in .pdf format.
- Spring Wildflower Fling
- Getting smart with Persicaria amphibia
- Daphne mezzereum spotted in Okanagan
- CROWS Point native garden
- Book review: For the Love of Trees
- How fungi run the world
- White spruce thrives in warmer climate
- Pathfinder (Adenocaulon bicolor)
- Balsam fir not whale barf
- Discover native plants!
- Spring AGM
- IPAs: Is it BC's time?
- Getting to the root of things
- Botanists drop Latin for English
- BC's only native oak
- Why buttercups are so yellow
- Pathfinder (Adenocaulon bicolor)
- Medicinal plant genetics
- New vascular plant species
- NPSBC field trip explores Apex Mountain
- Beware of non-invasive cultivars
- Musing on the much maligned mistletoe
- New GOERT publication provides advice and expertise
- Playing the botanical name game
- Western hemlock: common and beautiful
- A raspberry by any other name
- Out of the ordinary: Exquisite Equisetum
- Do plants perform best with family or with strangers?
- Conifers experience water stresses in winter
- Make your own plant book New Zealand style
- Spring wildflower fling & AGM a smash success
- Metchosin Bioblitz
- Dodder: Friend or foe?
- Reporting rare plants to the CDC
- NPSBC field trip to Mount Kobau
- Conservation of rare mosses in BC
- Walk on the wild side at UBC
- Double-flowered salmonberry
- Spring wildflower fling & AGM
- Plants Alive!
- New NPSBC website
- Bryophyte workshop a success
- Bigleaf maple: harbinger of spring
- Face in the mirror: another look at lichens
- Stinging nettle
- Plants protect against pollen hogs
- Assessment of native plant market
- Douglas fir towers among conifers
- Botany BC
- Trees: the leaved crusaders?
- NPSBC looks to a new year after wrapping up a busy 2010
- Learning about Allium from the ground up
- Kimberley Nature Park
- Winter temperatures play role in budburst
- New plan species await in herbaria
- Russian olive added to weed list
- Crazy like a phlox
- Plant intelligence
- NPSBC members help BioBlitz Whistler
- Rhus glabra (smooth sumac) shines in autumn
- Field trip reports
- Mosquin's tips for photo-botanical trips
- Bye bye maples and milkweeds, hello soapberries and dogbanes
- BC native species found in official emblems
- Hugh Daubeny honoured for work with Rubus species
- Mimulus guttatus (yellow monkeyflower) provides a clue to evolution
- Review of Trees and Shrubs in Winter and more.
- Petals present more than just a pretty face
- Students want to know more about native plant species
- Grassland workshop reveals subtleties of Lillooet
- NPSBC spring wildflower fling in Duncan
- NPSBC at VanDusen Plant Sale
- Harewood Plains showcases wide array of wildflowers
- Native plant species suffer at Swan Lake in Vernon
- Samples of invasive Alliaria wanted
- New NPSBC directors join board
- NPSBC Victoria chapter wins award
- Using light to illuminate your plant images
- New alpine flower guide for Vancouver Island
- Review: Northwest Mountain Wildflowers app
- DNA barcoding exposes fake ferns
- NPSBC shows its seedy side
- Ground-hugging Arctic raspberry: Rubus arcticus
- Lotus pinnatus: soon to be Nanaimo's official flower?
- Researchers try to unravel mystery of yellow-cedar decline
- Yellow is the colour of spring in the Okanagan
- Native Plant Appreciation Week declared in Washington
- The growing effects of climate change, pt. 2
- Plants are the foundation of life: Bringing Nature Home
- What's most important in a photo? Impact!
- Metal-tainted diet harms carnivorous plants
Archived issues of Menziesia from spring/summer 1997 to Fall 2009 are available on request from the editor.
- Native seed exchange gets royal attention
- Canada's first golden paintbrush translocation
- Make a biodiversity resolution for the New Year
- Garry Oak Ecosystems Recovery Team developing new restoration compendium
- Big sagebrush has big advantage
- Plants rise to winter's challenges
- The growing effects of climate change
- Early coastal bloomers defy wet and windy winter
- Use critical thinking to cut through photographic hype
- Autumn displays tied to insect herbivores
Current issue: Summer/Fall 2012
- Camassia in the Kootenays
- President's note: Get involved!
- Lycopodium clavatum
- Trophy Mountain Meadows
- Black spruce key to jay's survival
- Wales first to barcode native flora
- Native plants fight back invasives