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Features in this Issue
Preventive measures, physical controls, and alternative herbicides provide a winning strategy in the ongoing battle with weeds.
Lawn or No Lawn? by Susan Morrison
Although lawns have their place in the landscape, many gardeners are choosing to forgo them in favor of more environmentally-friendly and less high-maintenance options. Explore low-growing plants on our Pinterest Groundcovers board.
Fresh Choices for Shade by C. Colston Burrell
Is Beekeeping for You? by Hannah Kincaid
If you’ve been wondering whether a backyard beehive is right for you, here are tips and advice from some experienced beekeepers. Buzz over to our Pinterest Backyard Bees board for more ideas.
Highlights from our Departments
Part of a series of profiles of the 300+ gardens where AHS members have special admission privileges and discounts.
This Nashville treasure draws more than 200,000 visitors each year to its fine arts center and 55 acres of gardens.
A Tale of Two Dogwood Diseases
Homegrown Harvest: Classy Cabbage
The Queen of cool-season vegetables is also easy to grow.
New hemlock species identified by Arnold Arboretum; angiosperms outpaced their conifer and fern competitors; healthier digging techniques; and more.
Gear up for spring with some quieter, lighter power tools; from our Contributing Editor, Rita Pelczar.
Reviews of Garden Renovation, Practical Organic Gardening and The Grumpy Gardener: An A to Z Guide from the Galaxy’s Most Irritable Green Thumb.
Worms Eat My Garbage, How to Grow More Vegetables, The Well-Tended Perennial Garden, The New Healing Herbs, Gardening with Conifers, and Garden Insects of North America.
News from the American Horticultural Society
Seed Your Future’s BLOOM! initiative, high school exhibit receives AHS award at Philadelphia Flower Show, national Screen-Free Week event, River Farm part of Historic Garden Week in Virginia, annual Spring Garden Market at River Farm, AHS President’s Council trip to Florida.
Find events at gardens all over the country, many of which are the 300+ gardens where AHS members have special admission privileges and discounts.