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Features in this Issue
Spring-Blooming Trees for Small Gardens by Andrew Bunting
When selecting the perfect spring-flowering tree for a small to medium-size garden, narrowing the list of choices may be the hardest decision. Here are 10 to get you started. Web special: Regional Recommendations. Find images of all the trees mentioned at our Spring-Blooming Trees Pinteres board.
Meet Daffodil Fanatic Jason Delaney by Marty Ross
Horticulturist and hybridizer Jason Delaney has built a career around daffodilsóand he wants to share his passion for these cheerful spring bloomers with everyone. See his favorite daffodils and more on our Daffodils Pinterest board.
Use fast-growing but well-behaved climbers to add almost instant color to the garden all season. Find images of all the plants mentioned in this article on our Vines Pinterest board.
You can easily create a beautiful garden for relaxing and entertaining without breaking your budget by using reclaimed material and a bit of creativity.
Highlights from our Departments
Scott Kunst: Founder of Old House Gardens Heirloom Bulbs.
Homegrown Harvest: Spinach
A nutrient-packed cool-season green.
Lush theme gardens in a family learning center.
Mt. Cuba bee-balm evaluation highlights top performers, plant fiber optics, Grace Elton joins Tower Hill, butterfly weed tapped as worthy perennial.
Trellises for vines of all kinds, from our Contributing Editor, Rita Pelczar.
Reviews of Fresh from the Garden and Teaming with Fungi.
Notes on Floral Diplomacy at the White House, Foraged Flora, and The Flower Book.
Plant in the Spotlight: Gardenia -- Belle of the Garden
News from the American Horticultural Society
AHS leadership transition, website moves to new address, Pacific Northwest to host Youth Garden Symposium, Historic Garden Week includes River Farm, Spring Garden Market on Earth Day weekend, President's Council trip to Connecticut.