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Features in this Issue
Add winter color and interest to the landscape with redtwig dogwoods, willows, and other shrubs with eye-catching stems.
Agaves for Small Gardens by Mary Irish
Many small agave selections are well suited for smaller gardens and also adapt to cultivation outside of their native Southwest.
Layer Upon Layer of Plants by Denny Schrock
Layering is one of the easiest ways to increase the numbers of many favorite woody plants in your garden.
Gardening and Wellness by Beth Botts
Science is confirming that gardening and being outdoors offers a range of physical and mental health benefits.
Gardening Under Cover by Niki Jabbour
You don’t have to live in a cold-climate region to benefit from using tunnels in your garden.
Highlights from our Departments
Announcements about programs, events, and other news from the American Horticultural Society.
Part of a series of profiles of the 330+ gardens where AHS members have special admission privileges and discounts.
At over 400 acres, this county facility in the Houston area offers both cultivated gardens and plenty of natural green space for visitors of all ages.
Read about the latest developments in plant research, horticultural industry trends, and more.
Garden-themed ideas for holiday gift-giving.