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Horticulture

November/December 2018
Magazine

Since 1904, Horticulture Magazine has provided avid gardeners and plantspeople with accurate, compelling coverage of gardens and the plants and design techniques that truly make them shine. Our in-depth features take you to outstanding gardens and explain their plants and practices.

editor’s note

Let It Lie • Delaying garden cleanup until spring can greatly benefit the soil

Short-term Sizzle • For a sensible spash of season-specific color, choose black gum

Not Quite Cucumbers • Quirky plants that please the cuke-loving crowd, plus tips and tasks for fall

SEASONAL CHECKLIST • FALL TASKS

The Rose • A commonplace plant becomes remarkable when it’s a treasured connection to the past

By Any Other Name • Favorites among the plants formerly known as Aster

CHOOSING AND GROWING • SYMPHYOTRICHUM

New Intros • Your sneak peek of some of the varieties that debut in 2019

A GARDEN Evolves • An historic abbey landscape lets its hair down

PLAN A VISIT • Forde Abbey and Gardens Chard, Somerset, England

UP ON THE Mountain • An arboretum grows in scope and mission

THE MOST Passionate Flower • Unfurling the secrets of these tropical beauties—and their cold-hardy North American cousins—is a lifelong pursuit

WHAT’S IN A NAME? • UNPACKING PASSIONFLOWER

A Bug’s Menu • Two British studies provide interesting and perhaps surprising insight on the value of native and exotic plants in a garden

HUNGRY FOR MORE? • FURTHER READING

poppies, PLEASE • These cheerful, old-time favorites complete the flower garden

PICK A POPPY • FAVORITE VARIETIES

CHEER FOR Coreopsis • These sunny flowers have earned their spot in many gardeners ’ top 10

Plants We Love • Horticulture’s favorites among recent introductions

Lauritzen Gardens

LAURITZEN GARDENS FAVORITE TOUGH PLANTS

Wintering Under • Favorite tender plants can ride out the season in the cellar

Cultivate Your Garden


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 84 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: November/December 2018

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: October 24, 2018

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

Since 1904, Horticulture Magazine has provided avid gardeners and plantspeople with accurate, compelling coverage of gardens and the plants and design techniques that truly make them shine. Our in-depth features take you to outstanding gardens and explain their plants and practices.

editor’s note

Let It Lie • Delaying garden cleanup until spring can greatly benefit the soil

Short-term Sizzle • For a sensible spash of season-specific color, choose black gum

Not Quite Cucumbers • Quirky plants that please the cuke-loving crowd, plus tips and tasks for fall

SEASONAL CHECKLIST • FALL TASKS

The Rose • A commonplace plant becomes remarkable when it’s a treasured connection to the past

By Any Other Name • Favorites among the plants formerly known as Aster

CHOOSING AND GROWING • SYMPHYOTRICHUM

New Intros • Your sneak peek of some of the varieties that debut in 2019

A GARDEN Evolves • An historic abbey landscape lets its hair down

PLAN A VISIT • Forde Abbey and Gardens Chard, Somerset, England

UP ON THE Mountain • An arboretum grows in scope and mission

THE MOST Passionate Flower • Unfurling the secrets of these tropical beauties—and their cold-hardy North American cousins—is a lifelong pursuit

WHAT’S IN A NAME? • UNPACKING PASSIONFLOWER

A Bug’s Menu • Two British studies provide interesting and perhaps surprising insight on the value of native and exotic plants in a garden

HUNGRY FOR MORE? • FURTHER READING

poppies, PLEASE • These cheerful, old-time favorites complete the flower garden

PICK A POPPY • FAVORITE VARIETIES

CHEER FOR Coreopsis • These sunny flowers have earned their spot in many gardeners ’ top 10

Plants We Love • Horticulture’s favorites among recent introductions

Lauritzen Gardens

LAURITZEN GARDENS FAVORITE TOUGH PLANTS

Wintering Under • Favorite tender plants can ride out the season in the cellar

Cultivate Your Garden


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