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Features in this Issue
Potted Edibles by Charlie Nardozzi
No space for a vegetable patch? Grow garden-fresh produce in containers on your porch, desk, patio, or balcony.
Here are tips for making your garden look spectacular from the inside out.
Success with Citrus by Caleb Melchior
If you’ve ever been tempted to grow a citrus tree, here are recommended selections for borderline-hardy regions.
Propagating with Hardwood Cuttings by Denny Schrock
Follow these simple instructions to root many kinds of shrubs and trees using hardwood cuttings.
What’s in a Name? by Nancy J. Ondra
Botanical names sometimes sound mysterious and cumbersome, but they can offer important hints for where plants grow best.
Highlights from our Departments
Part of a series of profiles of the 330+ gardens where AHS members have special admission privileges and discounts.
Find out what makes this northern Alabama garden an invaluable part of the local community and a delight for tourists.
Homegrown Harvest: Delicious Haskap Berries
If you live in a cool climate, you’ll want to try growing these super-nutritious, blueberrylike fruits.