THE AMERICAN PRIMROSE
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One of the benefits of an APS membership is an invitation to
join a Round Robin. Information is shared in circulating packages of letters.
For new members, this is a great way to make new friends and learn more about
What You Get: Robins are packages of letters by
members of the Robin group containing information and news on Primula. It may
be a general Round Robin, or it may focus on one particular species or hybrid.
An initial cover letter from the Robin chairman is sent to the first Robin
member on the list. This person sends the first letter and his or her letter to
the second person on the list, and so it goes, with each member adding a
Lots of first-hand information and news about individual
gardeners and their gardens are yours for the effort of writing about your own
garden and gardening experience! It is possible to include seed, and members
are encouraged to do this.
What to Do: Write a letter to Candy Strickland,
Chairman of the APS Round Robins, and express an interest in joining. She will
send you a form to fill in and match you with a group.
New Robins: There are two Robins circulating —
more can be formed. If there is interest in the following topics, new Robins
will be formed for those interested in:
Send your name in now! Candy will match you up with other APS
members sharing your interests. Write to: