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Horticulture

January/February 2020
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

Horticulture

Roots of Legend • The elusive American ginseng has stories to tell

Niki’s Top Picks • Four varieties to try in 2020, plus tips and tasks for this season

WINTER CHECKLIST

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

MEIJER GARDENS FAVORITE SPRING PLANTS

BE A BETTER GARDENER FIVE EASY STEPS

Lauritzen Gardens

LAURITZEN GARDENS FAVORITE SUMMER PLANTS

HUG THE CURVES EASY-MOW BEDS

Plants We Love • Prior years’ award winners we couldn’t do without

PEACEFUL in PORTLAND • The Lan Su Chinese Garden embodies tranquility in the heart of the city

IF YOU GO

Hidden Gem • Virginia’s Green Spring Gardens offers much to travelers who step off the nearby beaten path and visit it

Sure Bets for 2020 • Annual plant-award programs are celebrating these plants as excellent garden performers in the coming year

A Moroccan Oasis • Dual gardens in the heart of Marrakesh showcase skilled restoration alongside daring experimentation

until summer • Simple ways to maintain a collection of tropical plants for your temperate garden all year

HOUSEPLANTS FOR ANNUAL COLOR

PLANTS TO STORE DRY AND DORMANT

WINTER READING • Spark the new year’s garden plans with these books by Meghan Shinn

Spring’s Reward • Deciduous azaleas reward the cold-climate gardeners with a springtime blaze of color

Strength and Beauty • Retaining walls serve a practical purpose while increasing visual interest and your gardening space

A Touch Too Much


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 76 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: January/February 2020

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 26, 2019

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

Horticulture

Roots of Legend • The elusive American ginseng has stories to tell

Niki’s Top Picks • Four varieties to try in 2020, plus tips and tasks for this season

WINTER CHECKLIST

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park

MEIJER GARDENS FAVORITE SPRING PLANTS

BE A BETTER GARDENER FIVE EASY STEPS

Lauritzen Gardens

LAURITZEN GARDENS FAVORITE SUMMER PLANTS

HUG THE CURVES EASY-MOW BEDS

Plants We Love • Prior years’ award winners we couldn’t do without

PEACEFUL in PORTLAND • The Lan Su Chinese Garden embodies tranquility in the heart of the city

IF YOU GO

Hidden Gem • Virginia’s Green Spring Gardens offers much to travelers who step off the nearby beaten path and visit it

Sure Bets for 2020 • Annual plant-award programs are celebrating these plants as excellent garden performers in the coming year

A Moroccan Oasis • Dual gardens in the heart of Marrakesh showcase skilled restoration alongside daring experimentation

until summer • Simple ways to maintain a collection of tropical plants for your temperate garden all year

HOUSEPLANTS FOR ANNUAL COLOR

PLANTS TO STORE DRY AND DORMANT

WINTER READING • Spark the new year’s garden plans with these books by Meghan Shinn

Spring’s Reward • Deciduous azaleas reward the cold-climate gardeners with a springtime blaze of color

Strength and Beauty • Retaining walls serve a practical purpose while increasing visual interest and your gardening space

A Touch Too Much


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