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Horticulture

March/April 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

GROWING, GOING, GONE • Gardeners can use biodegradable pots without fear that they hamper growth or require removal later

LIGHTS WITHIN • Exploring the phenomenon in which cells of plants and people alike emit biophotons

EDIBLE EDGES • Plants that make use of the margins, plus tips and tasks for early spring

EARLY SPRING CHECKLIST

ALLAN ARMITAGE • A conversation with horticulture’s great ambassador

ALLAN SAYS... • Here are just a few of the many plants Allan Armitage would point out as must-haves during a garden tour.

WELCOME BACK • A FEW TWEAKS TO SPRING’S GARDENING ROUTINE CAN MAKE LIFE EASIER FOR BIRDS RETURNING NORTH

A GARDEN OASIS

HUMMINGBIRDS ON THE MOVE

Love Them & Leave Them • Native orchids reward the botanically curious, but they’re best admired in their natural habitats

PICTURE IT • Find inspiration in compelling combinations from past travels to public gardens

OLD FLAMES AND NEW LOVES • FOUR GARDEN WRITERS REFLECT ON A LONGTIME FAVORITE PLANT AND SHARE WHAT THEY’RE KEEN TO GROW NEXT

WHY MULCH IS A DO • A LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCES MADE BY SOIL COVERINGS

A PROUD TRADITION • The Garden Club of America honors native species with its annual Freeman Medal

A FLORIDA TREASURE • St. Petersburg’s historic Sunken Gardens harbors a trove of botanical delights

PULL OVER FOR PLANTS

WELL-ADAPTED • Celebrated Denver plantsman Panayoti Kelaidis encourages the planting of xeric delights from both home and afar

THE LATEST FROM PLANT SELECT

PLANTS WE LOVE • Eye Candy

ALL THE GARDEN’S A STAGE


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 76 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: March/April 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: February 25, 2021

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

GROWING, GOING, GONE • Gardeners can use biodegradable pots without fear that they hamper growth or require removal later

LIGHTS WITHIN • Exploring the phenomenon in which cells of plants and people alike emit biophotons

EDIBLE EDGES • Plants that make use of the margins, plus tips and tasks for early spring

EARLY SPRING CHECKLIST

ALLAN ARMITAGE • A conversation with horticulture’s great ambassador

ALLAN SAYS... • Here are just a few of the many plants Allan Armitage would point out as must-haves during a garden tour.

WELCOME BACK • A FEW TWEAKS TO SPRING’S GARDENING ROUTINE CAN MAKE LIFE EASIER FOR BIRDS RETURNING NORTH

A GARDEN OASIS

HUMMINGBIRDS ON THE MOVE

Love Them & Leave Them • Native orchids reward the botanically curious, but they’re best admired in their natural habitats

PICTURE IT • Find inspiration in compelling combinations from past travels to public gardens

OLD FLAMES AND NEW LOVES • FOUR GARDEN WRITERS REFLECT ON A LONGTIME FAVORITE PLANT AND SHARE WHAT THEY’RE KEEN TO GROW NEXT

WHY MULCH IS A DO • A LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCES MADE BY SOIL COVERINGS

A PROUD TRADITION • The Garden Club of America honors native species with its annual Freeman Medal

A FLORIDA TREASURE • St. Petersburg’s historic Sunken Gardens harbors a trove of botanical delights

PULL OVER FOR PLANTS

WELL-ADAPTED • Celebrated Denver plantsman Panayoti Kelaidis encourages the planting of xeric delights from both home and afar

THE LATEST FROM PLANT SELECT

PLANTS WE LOVE • Eye Candy

ALL THE GARDEN’S A STAGE


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