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Features in this Issue
Garden Trends and New Plants for 2020 by Rita Pelczar
More young people are getting into getting into gardening, and large, showy flowers are in demand. Find out what else is on the horizon.
Annie Hayes of Annie’s Annuals and Perennials by Nan Sterman
Plant enthusiasts, especially those on the West Coast, know this San Francisco-area nursery owner is ahead of the curve.
Design Lessons from Mother Nature by Karen Bussolini
Understanding how plants adapt to their ecosystems can give you can edge when designing your garden.
Cones for Connoisseurs by Sara Malone
Take time to appreciate the spring beauty of these conifers—and perhaps add one to your garden.
Bleeding Hearts and Their Kin by Amy Campion
Add color and a bit of whimsy to shaded and woodland gardens in spring with these graceful perennials.
Leslie Bennett: Designing Diversity by Nan Sterman
Creating landscapes that connect their owners to the land and to their cultural heritage is the mission of this innovative San Francisco Bay-area garden designer
Highlights from our Departments
RAP Gardens in Focus: Tohono Chul
Part of a series of profiles of the 330+ gardens where AHS members have special admission privileges and discounts.
This garden in Tucson, Arizona, pays homage to the plants and culture of the Sonoran Desert.
Homegrown Harvest: Flavorful Mulberries
New selections of this easy-to-grow tree fit into most gardens and will provide many seasons of delicious fruit.