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Features in this Issue
Gardening for Birds by Jo Ann Abell
Gardens designed to attract birds are not only more interesting, they are more ecologically sound.
A Taste of the Tropics
Add exotic flair to your kitchen and garden with these delicious and attractive tropical herbs.
This group of trees and shrubs is beautiful year round, but shines brightest in winter.
Divide to Multiply by Denny Schrock
Add to the beauty of your landscape by dividing your own plants to create an impact with masses of identical offspring.
In Defense of the Freedom to Garden by Marianne Willburn
In many residential areas governed by community associations, cookie-cutter landscapes are the norm, which limits the role of gardening’s role as a source of individual and cultural expression.
Highlights from our Departments
Keith P. Tomlinson is the new director of the AHS, the AHS to partner with New Directions in the American Landscape in webinar series, how you can help the AHS while shopping online this holiday season, and more.
A new series about the world of insects in our gardens.
Conservationist Danae Wolfe discusses the importance of moths in the ecosystem.
Nifty ideas for what to give the gardeners on your holiday list.