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  • March/April 2017

    Current members can read about the best spring-blooming trees for smaller spaces, daffodil picks from a new expert on the scene, and insider tips on selecting the best possible plants at the garden center. Open to all readers are profiles of the winners of our 2017 Great American Gardeners and Book Awards, articles on vines and DIY patios, the latest scientific news on gardening, and book reviews.

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    Past Issues

    January/February 2017 Issue

    Current members can read about statuesque perennials and seed libraries around the country, and much more. Open to all readers are articles about the new plants that will be in garden centers for 2017, plus the latest scientific news on gardening, and book reviews. To augment the new articles, check out our latest Pinterest boards on New Plants for 2017, Statuesque Perennials, and Container Gardening along with 60 other topics.

    November/December 2016 Issue

    Current members can read about choosing fragrant daphnes, adding clumping bamboo that won't bother the neighbors, growing lemongrass, and much more. Open to all readers are articles about foraging for edible weeds and storing new plants in holding beds, plus our annual list of gifts for gardeners, the latest scientific news on gardening, and book reviews.

    September/October 2016 Issue

    Current members can learn about choosing perennials and grasses for colorful fall foliage, discover some of the newest varieties of redbuds, get to know garden teacher and writer, Stephanie Cohen, and much more. Open to all readers are articles about interplanting spring bulbs with other plants, and visiting the Carolina Children's Garden. In addition there are reviews of harvesting tools and gardening books, plus the latest scientific news on gardening.

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