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Horticulture

September/October 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

Horticulture

The Dirt on Potting Soil • Here’s how it differs from the soil in your garden

Framed! • Five favorite crops for a fall or winter cold frame, plus other tips and tricks for this season

FALL CHECKLIST

Sonoma’s Bloom • Northern California’s rendition of a superbloom does not disappoint

Bok Tower Gardens

BOK TOWER GARDENS • FAVORITE NATIVE PLANTS

DESIGN TIPS • BIRD-FRIENDLY GARDENS

Alaska Botanical Garden

ALASKA BOTANICAL GARDEN • FAVORITE NATIVE PLANTS

Spicebush • This shrub is the key host for its namesake swallowtail butterfly, and it supplies color when the garden needs it most

Garden Miscellanea • A lifelong gardener shares the tricks he has uncovered through a willingness to experiment

paradise made • Thoughtfully designed gardens link the Kassiopia Estate to its rugged Mediterranean surroundings

FALL PLANTING GUIDE • Here’s what to plant this season, plus tips to ensure those new plants fly through winter unscathed

IT’S PEONY (PLANTING) SEASON

ANNUALS FROM SEED

GOLDEN ROADS • A community comes together each fall to ensure a gorgeous sight for all come spring

DAFFODILS for DAYS • Choose cultivars with varied bloom times to maximize a daffodil display

COLORFUL FALL • What’s behind the seasonal changes in foliage, and why it can vary from year to year

FUN with BULBS • This quirky approach to planting bulbs ensures a harvest of happiness

Plants We Love • Horticulture’s favorite shrubs for colorful fall foliage

The Garden’s God


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 68 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: September/October 2019

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: August 28, 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

The Dirt on Potting Soil • Here’s how it differs from the soil in your garden

Framed! • Five favorite crops for a fall or winter cold frame, plus other tips and tricks for this season

FALL CHECKLIST

Sonoma’s Bloom • Northern California’s rendition of a superbloom does not disappoint

Bok Tower Gardens

BOK TOWER GARDENS • FAVORITE NATIVE PLANTS

DESIGN TIPS • BIRD-FRIENDLY GARDENS

Alaska Botanical Garden

ALASKA BOTANICAL GARDEN • FAVORITE NATIVE PLANTS

Spicebush • This shrub is the key host for its namesake swallowtail butterfly, and it supplies color when the garden needs it most

Garden Miscellanea • A lifelong gardener shares the tricks he has uncovered through a willingness to experiment

paradise made • Thoughtfully designed gardens link the Kassiopia Estate to its rugged Mediterranean surroundings

FALL PLANTING GUIDE • Here’s what to plant this season, plus tips to ensure those new plants fly through winter unscathed

IT’S PEONY (PLANTING) SEASON

ANNUALS FROM SEED

GOLDEN ROADS • A community comes together each fall to ensure a gorgeous sight for all come spring

DAFFODILS for DAYS • Choose cultivars with varied bloom times to maximize a daffodil display

COLORFUL FALL • What’s behind the seasonal changes in foliage, and why it can vary from year to year

FUN with BULBS • This quirky approach to planting bulbs ensures a harvest of happiness

Plants We Love • Horticulture’s favorite shrubs for colorful fall foliage

The Garden’s God


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