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Article Title

The Years 1960–1977

DOI

10.5642/aliso.19770901.12

First Page

99

Last Page

121

Abstract

In the years 1960–1977, Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden fully embraces its role as teaching institution and as advocate and guardian of the native California flora. Expansion of the living collection, landscaping of the grounds, public education, herbarium and library activities, and publication output are detailed. To accommodate a growing number of graduate students, the faculty—consisting of Richard K. Benjamin, Sherwin Carlquist, and Lee. W. Lenz—is joined by Peter H. Raven, Ronald Scogin, John P. Simon, and Robert F. Thorne.

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