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Horticulture

January/February 2019
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

Keys to Heaven • Tips and tricks for keeping a favorite morning-glory variety in bloom and in bounds

Iced Out • Road salt does a number on ice, but it can also wreak havoc on soil

American Tuliptree • This large tree boasts fine ornamental qualities while serving as the larval host for several butterflies and moths

Niki’s Top Three • Favorite crops from 2018, plus tips and tasks for this season

FALL TO WINTER CHECKLIST

Greening a Thumb • With the right advice and a friend willing to share it, anyone can become a good gardener

Growing FORWARD • While honoring their legacies, public gardens are on the move

PARADISE KEPT • Limahuli Garden and Preserve celebrates and protects the ancient plants and gardening practices of the Hawaiian Islands

NATIVE PLANT TERMINOLOGY

2018 FLOODING

OTHER BOTANICAL GARDENS IN HAWAII

glacier GARDENS • The gardeners at Glacier Park Lodge contend with unique climate and critters to make a welcoming display for travelers

A HEALTHY Outlook • Healthcare & horticulture—rarely discussed in the same breath, but this rooftop forges a link

WORLDS AWAY • A stop at a first-rate botanical garden is the icing on the cake of an overseas adventure

GARDEN TRAVEL TIPS

Don’t Worry, PLANT HAPPY • Common garden problems can be solved with plants both rugged and beautiful

5 Steps to a CLIMATE-FRIENDLY Garden • Is your yard a polluter or a carbon-sequestering sponge? Its design and maintenance can make all the difference

Plants We Love • Favorites for winter interest, indoor growing and more

Return to Arunachal Pradesh • On his latest exploration, Daniel Hinkley met exciting plants, a remembered friend and an old foe

The Old Guard


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 84 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: January/February 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 26, 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

Keys to Heaven • Tips and tricks for keeping a favorite morning-glory variety in bloom and in bounds

Iced Out • Road salt does a number on ice, but it can also wreak havoc on soil

American Tuliptree • This large tree boasts fine ornamental qualities while serving as the larval host for several butterflies and moths

Niki’s Top Three • Favorite crops from 2018, plus tips and tasks for this season

FALL TO WINTER CHECKLIST

Greening a Thumb • With the right advice and a friend willing to share it, anyone can become a good gardener

Growing FORWARD • While honoring their legacies, public gardens are on the move

PARADISE KEPT • Limahuli Garden and Preserve celebrates and protects the ancient plants and gardening practices of the Hawaiian Islands

NATIVE PLANT TERMINOLOGY

2018 FLOODING

OTHER BOTANICAL GARDENS IN HAWAII

glacier GARDENS • The gardeners at Glacier Park Lodge contend with unique climate and critters to make a welcoming display for travelers

A HEALTHY Outlook • Healthcare & horticulture—rarely discussed in the same breath, but this rooftop forges a link

WORLDS AWAY • A stop at a first-rate botanical garden is the icing on the cake of an overseas adventure

GARDEN TRAVEL TIPS

Don’t Worry, PLANT HAPPY • Common garden problems can be solved with plants both rugged and beautiful

5 Steps to a CLIMATE-FRIENDLY Garden • Is your yard a polluter or a carbon-sequestering sponge? Its design and maintenance can make all the difference

Plants We Love • Favorites for winter interest, indoor growing and more

Return to Arunachal Pradesh • On his latest exploration, Daniel Hinkley met exciting plants, a remembered friend and an old foe

The Old Guard


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