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JGarden.org and the Journal of Japanese Gardening (JOJG) have partnered to provide an index of articles that have appeared in the Journal. We hope you enjoy this new content as we fill out the index over the next few months. All of these articles are available for purchase from JOJG as back-issues to subscribers of the Journal.

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Issue #7 of the Journal of Japanese Gardening (JOJG) includes the following articles:

jan/feb 1999

Publisher's Essay: Destructive Myths Douglas Roth 3/13/2004 
Garden Design: A Desert Scene Dick Austin and Bill Castellon 3/13/2004 
Basic Pruning: Pollarding vs. Topping JOJG Staff 3/13/2004 
Advanced Pruning: Pom-pom Conversion JOJG Staff 3/13/2004 
Japanese Garden Myths: Religion Prof Bardwell Smith 3/13/2004 
Nishiki Goi: Tancho JOJG Staff 3/13/2004 
Chanoyu: A Rustic Tokonoma Post Gayle Fleming 3/13/2004 
Garden Ornaments: Basin Alternatives JOJG Staff 3/13/2004 
Carpentry and Fence Building: A Hanging Panel Fence Bruce Parkinson 3/13/2004 
Public Garden Review: The Anderson Garden JOJG Staff 3/13/2004 
Leadership Profile: Larry Rosensweig JOJG Staff 3/13/2004 
Horticulture: Prunus Mume: the Japanese Plum; Virginia Vargas Virginia Vargas 3/13/2004 
The Power of Stone: Concrete in the Garden Tim Hansken 3/13/2004 

A complete index of JOJG's contents is also available.

The article(s) listed above are available for purchase from JOJG as back-issues but only to subscribers of the Journal of Japanese Gardening

This bi-monthly journal is published by ROTH Tei-en in Maine. Douglas Roth, Tamao Goda and a roster of guest writers discuss all aspects of Japanese Garden design, construction and maintenance. Each Journal issue discusses both basic and advanced pruning techniques, as well as other important design and maintenance practices.

The main goals are to present the English-speaking world with well-researched, accurate information about Japanese Gardens through a thoughtful and informative magazine and to help readers apply the techniques to their own homes and gardens, thereby improving the quality of their communities.
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The Journal of Japanese Gardening
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Rockport, Maine 04856 USA
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$7 for individual back issues (only available to subscribers)

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