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Features in this Issue
We’ve rounded up some ideas and plant picks to inspire you to look forward to a fresh start in the new gardening year.
Success with Bare-Root Plants by Kris Wetherbee
If you buy a lot of plants for your garden, purchasing bare-root stock is a cost-effective option.
In Defense of Botanical Names by Marianne Willburn
The use of formal botanical names for plants is sometimes viewed as elitist, but there are legitimate arguments for identifying plants by their scientific names.
Captivating Bougainvilleas by Amelia Grant
The glorious flowers of this genus delight gardeners whether they are growing them as vines, shrubs, or houseplants.
Building a Free-Standing No-Dig Garden by Charlie Nardozzi
No-dig gardening techniques are used around the world to grow healthier and more productive gardens with less work.
Highlights from our Departments
Announcements about programs, events, and other news from the American Horticultural Society.
A new series about the world of insects in our gardens.
Conservationist Danae Wolfe introduces us to how she fell in love with insects—and why we should, too.
Read about the latest developments in plant research, horticultural industry trends, and more.