Clan JACK Society

"criochnaich clod a thoisich thu"

Viburnum Jackii Rehd
John George Jack: Professor of Dendrology
Please see http://www.electricscotland.com/history/world/jack_john.htm for a link to this story by Kenneth C. Jack
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Also see
http://www.arboretum.harvard.edu/programs/eastern_asia/explorers_jack2.html from Botanical and Cultural Images of Eastern Asia, 1907-1927


and
http://www.cirrusimage.com/tree_viburnum_jacks.htm on the Jack Viburnum - Viburnum X jackii Rehd
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John George Jack

Born in Chateauguay, Quebec, Canada on April 15, 1861, John George Jack was one of twelve children of Robert and Annie Jack. 

John George Jack
John George Jack

Robert Jack (1821-1900) was a farmer and fruit grower who, for over 40 years, introduced and experimented with varieties of fruit new to the Province of Quebec. Annie Linda Jack (1839-1912), a poet, author and a noted horticulturist wrote a series of newspaper articles entitled “Garden Talks” and authored “The Canadian Garden; a Pocket Help for the Amateur” (1903).