November/December 2022

Read about beautiful primroses for early spring color, ways to use edging in a landscape, a selection of shrubs that bloom in winter, how to propagate with soft stem cuttings, and more.

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September/October 2022

Read about perennials that provide colorful fall foliage, intriguing native annuals, what's new with mulch and mulching, how some gardeners have outwitted weed laws, and more.

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July/August 2022

Read about oaks suited to various regions in the country, how to appreciate a garden as an auditory experience, versatile evergreen shrubs for small spaces, principles of designing a flower garden, and more.

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May/June 2022

Read about how creeping phlox can add spring color to your garden, avoiding common garden jargon mistakes, trees and shrubs that can be trained as standards, unusual climbing vegetables, ways that garden clubs can appeal to younger generations, and more.

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