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  • November/December 2017 Issue

    Current members can read about orchids with deceptive designs, poisonous plants that could harm a child or pet, the role of herbariums in science, ornamental plants with edible tubers, the latest gardening books, scientific news on gardens, and much more.

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    Past Issues

    September/October 2017 Issue

    Current members can read about native shrubs, dramatic arisaemas for shady spots, plantsman Dan Heims of Terra Nova Nurseries, and more. Open to all readers are articles about garden gates, a therapeutic garden for children, rakes, the latest gardening books, along with scientific news on gardens.

    July/August 2017

    Current members can read about American poppies, hardy plants with oversize foliage, and a Vermont nursery and garden that reaches peak color at the height of summer. Open to all readers are articles about native perennials with herbal histories, tools for keeping your garden well watered, and a profile of Linnaeus Arboretum in Minnesota.

    May/June 2017

    Current members can read about the latest and greatest phlox cultivars on the market, excellent native ornamental grasses, beguiling climbing roses, and how to plant for pollinators. Open to all readers are articles about understanding shade in the garden, our upcoming Youth Garden Symposium in the Pacific Northwest, barriers to block pests, and a profile of Hollister House Garden in Connecticut..

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