Preserving Stemma

By threegardeners (threegardeners) on December 16, 2010

Edited by Mark Randall, with contributing articles by some of the worlds most prominent Hoya Gurus, it was super informative, full of amazing photos and well constructed. It will be missed. I've received Mark's permission to upload the files to the Hoya Cubit for preservation's sake.

"Stemma was/is an electronic magazine dedicated to the cultivation and study of the genus Hoya.
Stemma featured serial and one-off articles exploring all aspects of the hobby, from cultivation techniques and photography to taxonomy and history."

Edited by Mark Randall, with contributing articles by some of the worlds most prominent Hoya Gurus, it was super informative, full of amazing photos and well constructed.

It will be missed. I've received Mark's permission to upload the files to the Hoya Cubit for preservation's sake.

 

**click on the issues description below the thumbnail and the issue will open in a PDF format.

Click HERE for the free download of Adobe Reader

2010-12-16/threegardeners/baad20 2010-12-16/threegardeners/b99328
 Volume 1, Issue #1
 Volume 1 Issue #2
 2010-12-16/threegardeners/a782f9 2010-12-16/threegardeners/b58cab
Volume 1, Issue #3
Volume 2, Issue #1
 2011-10-14/threegardeners/e553dd no photo available
Volume 1, Issue #4 Volume 2, Issue #4
2010-12-16/threegardeners/2da5a6  2010-12-16/threegardeners/dba462

 Special Travel Issue

Volume 2, Issue #2

 Volume 2, Issue #3
 2010-12-16/threegardeners/7e5bec  2010-12-16/threegardeners/d85c47
 Volume 3, Issue #1
 Volume 3, Issue #2
 2010-12-16/threegardeners/e62725  2010-12-17/threegardeners/11fc02
 Volume 3, Issue #3
 Volume 3, Issue #4

Many thanks to Mark for granting permission. Thanks must also go to all of those that contributed articles to Stemma. Lin, for having the sense to have kept all of the issues and Dom for helping fill in the missing ones. Thank you Carol for the brilliant idea to do this. Many thanks also to the members of the Hooked on Hoya Cubit for making it one of the best sources for Hoya information on the web today IMHO. Without all of you it would still be a blank canvas.

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