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  • May/June 2019

    Current members can read about ruggedly elegant prickly pears, how to grow a bountiful cut-flower garden, designing with daylilies, plants for soggy sites, and much more.

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    March/April 2019

    Current members can read about trendy tillandsias, how to set a mood with various colors in the garden, flowering cherries for small spaces, beautiful but underused bellflower relatives, plus much more. Several articles are open to all.

    January/February 2019 Issue

    Current members can read about what's trending in the garden for 2019 and the new plant introductions that are keeping pace, how to dress up drab walkways, selecting the best mix of flower types to attract butterflies, plus much more. Several articles are open to all.

    November/December 2018 Issue

    Current members can read about ways to make your garden a haven for birds in winter, forcing hardy bulbs for an early taste of spring, providing your garden with just the right amount of nitrogen, and a fascinating plant deformity known as fasciation, plus much more. Several articles are open to all.

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