March/April 2024

Read about native bulbous plants for spring color, selecting plants that will grow with your garden, how one family's garden became a deeper connection to cultural identity, matching vines to appropriate structures, lemony-scented and flavored herbs, and more.

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January/February 2024

Read about new plants for 2024, social media influencers inspiring a generation of diverse plant lovers, strategies for dealing with drought, alternatives for peat moss, stellar camellias for home gardens, and more.

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September/October 2023

Read about native groundcovers that benefit wildlife, an edible garden in Los Angeles that teaches how to grow food and build a community, shade-loving toad lilies, using data from plant trials to make better choices, and more.

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July/August 2023

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