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Horticulture

January/February 2021
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.

Horticulture

EDITOR’S NOTE

JIMMY TURNER • A conversation with the Executive Director of Utah’s Red Butte Garden

TURNER’S TOP PICKS

CARBON GARDENING • This easy-to-adopt approach to plant selection and soil care could help slow global warming

RARING TO GROW • The 5 new varieties at the top of Niki Jabbour’s 2021 seed-shopping list

WINTER CHECKLIST

TESTING, TESTING • Five simple do-it-yourself ways to assess the health and structure of your garden’s soil

ROOTED IN NATURE • Designed to operate in the same natural system, animals and plants share some intriguing similarities

NAPLES BOTANICAL GARDEN

ORCHID ADVICE FROM THE EXPERTS

5 FAVORITE PLANTS FOR SUBTROPICAL GARDENS

THE BEST OF THE BUNCH • A LOOK AT THE SPECIES AND CULTIVARS NAMED AWARD WINNERS FOR 2021

The Layers of Lyndhurst • Efforts are underway to restore and preserve this key piece of American landscape history

LEARN MORE

In Plain Sight • Botanical clues are the key to identifying deciduous trees in winter

FOUL-WEATHER FRIENDS • A DOZEN CONIFERS TO DISTINGUISH A GARDEN IN WINTER AND BEYOND

FLOOR IT • With the right care, a large plant can work magic as an interior element

OUT OF THIN AIR

ODDS & ENDS • A gardener shares his latest list of tips and observations

BOOKS TO FEED THE IMAGINATION

PLANTS WE LOVE • Annuals with finger-friendly seeds

THE GREAT REBRANDING


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 76 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: January/February 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 28, 2020

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.

Horticulture

EDITOR’S NOTE

JIMMY TURNER • A conversation with the Executive Director of Utah’s Red Butte Garden

TURNER’S TOP PICKS

CARBON GARDENING • This easy-to-adopt approach to plant selection and soil care could help slow global warming

RARING TO GROW • The 5 new varieties at the top of Niki Jabbour’s 2021 seed-shopping list

WINTER CHECKLIST

TESTING, TESTING • Five simple do-it-yourself ways to assess the health and structure of your garden’s soil

ROOTED IN NATURE • Designed to operate in the same natural system, animals and plants share some intriguing similarities

NAPLES BOTANICAL GARDEN

ORCHID ADVICE FROM THE EXPERTS

5 FAVORITE PLANTS FOR SUBTROPICAL GARDENS

THE BEST OF THE BUNCH • A LOOK AT THE SPECIES AND CULTIVARS NAMED AWARD WINNERS FOR 2021

The Layers of Lyndhurst • Efforts are underway to restore and preserve this key piece of American landscape history

LEARN MORE

In Plain Sight • Botanical clues are the key to identifying deciduous trees in winter

FOUL-WEATHER FRIENDS • A DOZEN CONIFERS TO DISTINGUISH A GARDEN IN WINTER AND BEYOND

FLOOR IT • With the right care, a large plant can work magic as an interior element

OUT OF THIN AIR

ODDS & ENDS • A gardener shares his latest list of tips and observations

BOOKS TO FEED THE IMAGINATION

PLANTS WE LOVE • Annuals with finger-friendly seeds

THE GREAT REBRANDING


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