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Features in this Issue
Taking lessons from models of sustainability at the AHS National Children & Youth Garden Symposium this summer.
Seasonal Porch Pots by Claire Jones
Repurpose materials from your garden as the growing season winds down to create eye-catching displays for fall and winter.
What you do and, more importantly, do not do in your garden now can help winterize plants and preserve habitat for wildlife through the colder months.
Creating landscapes that connect their owners to the land and to their cultural heritage is the mission of this innovative San Francisco Bay-area garden designer.
Spring for Fritillarias by Jane McGary
If you’re looking for spring bulbs beyond daffodils and tulips, consider planting fritillarias this fall.
The Carwash Rose and the Cemetery by Lauren Mackenzie
A world-class collection of heirloom roses can be viewed in Sacramento’s historic Old City Cemetery.
Highlights from our Departments
Part of a series of profiles of the 320+ gardens where AHS members have special admission privileges and discounts.
See how this 53-acre garden in the Pacific Northwest has become a treasured urban refuge.
Homegrown Harvest: Scarlet Runner Beans
In addition to their culinary value, these vines produce highly ornamental flowers.