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Haworthiad on DVD Volumes 1 to 29 (1986 to 2015) including Special Editions

This DVD holds a single pdf file of 3,572 pages containing many hundreds of photographs and a wealth of information on haworthias, gasterias and allied genera, not found anywhere else in the literature. The pages are sourced either from the original electronic media or by scanning the original printed copy, so every page is identical to the published hard-copy.

The file contains the following publications in order:

1. The Special Editions (The Haworthia nomenclator; From Adrian Haworth to Haworthia; Haworthia Supplement by Bruce Bayer; Hybrids and Cultivars – A 25th Anniversary Special Edition)

2. Haworthiad – Volumes 1 to 29

The whole document has been ‘read’ by Optical Character Recognition software and can therefore be searched simply for any specific word or phrase.

 

Nomenclator


The Haworthia Nomenclator

A list of accepted species with some guidelines for infraspecific species, apublication from the Haworthia Society by the renowned field expert Bruce Bayer with John Manning. Listing new species, species, combinations and synonyms, this new publication attempts to bring some clarity to the often confused and muddled world of Haworthias. A5 24pages

 

Nomenclator


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Haworthiad 25th Anniversary Special Edition Hybrids & Cultivars

An international celebration of the Haworthia Society’s 25th anniversary.
A4 44 pages in full colour inc. covers.
Over 160 images of wonderful Haworthias from around the world.

Contents:

  • ‘High-breds’ or wanting weeds – Gerhard Marx
  • Some Japanese hybrids and cultivars from Fumio Hagiwara – Hiroshi Nakatani
  • Desserts – Mastodon vs. Mousse or, what’s on the menu? – Steve Hammer
  • Japanese inspirations and California Sunshine – Renny Hosogai
  • Cocozza Cuttings – domino delights – Joyce L Cocozza
  • Thoughts on growing haworthias – Mary Parisi
  • The art and science of hybridisation – George Theodoris
  • The Silver Bug family and other hybrids – Francois Hoes


Haworthiad Back Issues *

“Haworthiad” began life in 1986 as a simple un-illustrated newsletter of twelve A5 pages It has gradually grown to its present size and has remained in A5 format throughout its life. Note that it was published four times per year up to the beginning of 2006, when the decision was made to go to full colour and produce three editions per year. The Society keeps reasonable stocks of past Journals and usually most copies are available. Volumes 1-5 are reprints. They have been retyped on a word processor and reproduced on a laser printer. Volumes 6-9 are available as good quality photocopies, Volume 10 onwards are original, printed copies. If ordering through the PayPal Shop, please let us know (Email) which Volume(s) you require.

Note: The prices below are per Volume.

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Binders*

Why not keep your Haworthiads together in a binder? It is much tidier and makes it easier to find them when you want to look something up! Haworthiad binders are dark green in colour and have “Haworthiad” embossed on the spine. They will each accommodate up to twelve issues (i.e. three years of volumes 1 to 15 or four years of volumes 16 onwards).




Badges – Members Only

These lapel badges, showing Haworthia truncata, on a blue background

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Alternatively contact: Bill Darbon: william.darbon77@btinternet.com. Cheques should be made payable to “The Haworthia Society” and sent to the address on the inside front cover of the Haworthia Journal.Non UK Society Members may order direct from Bill Darbon, but remit in their local currency via their local representative.