May/June 2021

Read about summer-blooming bulbous plants from Agapanthus to Zephyranthes, designing with layers to achieve a naturalistic landscape, how to arrange containers to create focal points, using regionally native plants for an American take on a classic English border, and more.

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March/April 2021

Read about lily of the valley and its relatives, the world of plant patenting, hardy begonias, how to make climate-driven plant choices in summer-dry West Coast regions, and more.

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January/February 2021

Read about new plants and gardening trends for 2021, how to have success with bare-root plants, the argument for using botanical names, adding color indoors out with bougainvilleas, how to build a free-standing no-dig garden, and more.

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November/December 2020

Read about trees and shrubs with eye-catching stems that add winter interest in the garden, agaves suited for small spaces, how to propagate woody plants by layering, the many benefits of gardening under cover, and more.

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