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Features in this Issue
Exciting Wild Indigos by Richard Hawke
If you’re seaching for tough, dependable native perennials with beautiful flowers that attract pollinators, look no further than wild indigos (Baptisia spp.).
Plants, gardens, and the people who tend them are still the inspiration for this legendary garden communicator who got his start in horticulture as a toddler in the Oklahoma panhandle.
Breeding Better Herbs by Peggy Riccio
Developing improved selections of culinary herbs for consumers and gardeners is an ongoing, worldwide endeavor involving science, marketing trends, and a whole lot of patience.
California flower grower Natasha Graham discovered first hand the healing power of flowers and now uses them to also transform the lives of others.
In Defense of Maintenance by Marianne Willburn
Is garden maintenance something we should necessarily seek to escape? Perhaps the better approach is to view mundane tasks as steward rather than servant and value this true connection.
Highlights from our Departments
The AHS’s River Farm headquarters is on the Historic Virginia Garden Week tour in April, the Centennial edition of the AHS Encyclopedia of Gardening Techniques will soon be available, and more.
Meet the recipients of the AHS’s 2022 national awards.
A look at gardens that participate in the AHS Reciprocal Admissions Program.
Find out why rhododendrons are so special at the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden in Federal Way, Washington.
Here’s a look at garden-related events and educational opportunities happening around the country. Many of the venues participate in the AHS Reciprocal Admissions Program and offer free or discounted admission!