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Horticulture

May/June 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

SHANNON CURREY • A champion of ornamental grasses and their many benefits

GOING PLACES • Her top destinations:

ON SHANNON’S SHELF

GO-TO GRASSES

THE ANTS GO MARCHING • They might not be welcome at a picnic, but these industrious insects make positive differences in soil

BEAN TALK • Favorite pole beans, the magic of grow bags and tasks for this season

SPRING CHECKLIST

CHERISH THE LAND • Immigrant horticulturists bring fresh perspective and knowledge to American gardening

FAMILY TIES • Like us, plants support their young and share information among their kin

ALL THE DIFFERENCE • A better garden results when we resist horticultural clichés

A WORD FOR THE WEST

THE FRONT ENTRY GARDEN • TRADE FOUNDATION PLANTINGS FOR A MORE DYNAMIC STREET-SIDE LANDSCAPE

WALK THIS WAY

ENTRY GARDEN CHECKLIST

PERSONAL NATURE • MAKE YOUR GARDEN DISTINCTLY YOURS BY CHOOSING DETAILS THAT RESONATE THROUGH YOUR FIVE SENSES

ROYAL FLUSH • ENLIVEN THE GARDEN AND TABLE ALIKE WITH PURPLE VARIETIES OF FAVORITE VEGETABLES

fine A.R.T.S. • Using a scientific evaluation process and cross-country teamwork, American Rose Trials for Sustainability identifies excellent roses for our varied climates

ARTS Colony: A Sampler of Standout Roses

SAN LUIS OBISPO BOTANICAL GARDEN

DESIGN A FIRE-SAFE LANDSCAPE

5 FAVORITE PLANTS FOR FIRE-RESISTANT SPACES

UNEARTHED! • The fun of gardening is never knowing what fascinating thing might next cross the path, writes Greg Coppa

PLANTS WE LOVE • Springing the blues

CHANGE: MAKE IT, EMBRACE IT


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 76 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: May/June 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: April 22, 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

SHANNON CURREY • A champion of ornamental grasses and their many benefits

GOING PLACES • Her top destinations:

ON SHANNON’S SHELF

GO-TO GRASSES

THE ANTS GO MARCHING • They might not be welcome at a picnic, but these industrious insects make positive differences in soil

BEAN TALK • Favorite pole beans, the magic of grow bags and tasks for this season

SPRING CHECKLIST

CHERISH THE LAND • Immigrant horticulturists bring fresh perspective and knowledge to American gardening

FAMILY TIES • Like us, plants support their young and share information among their kin

ALL THE DIFFERENCE • A better garden results when we resist horticultural clichés

A WORD FOR THE WEST

THE FRONT ENTRY GARDEN • TRADE FOUNDATION PLANTINGS FOR A MORE DYNAMIC STREET-SIDE LANDSCAPE

WALK THIS WAY

ENTRY GARDEN CHECKLIST

PERSONAL NATURE • MAKE YOUR GARDEN DISTINCTLY YOURS BY CHOOSING DETAILS THAT RESONATE THROUGH YOUR FIVE SENSES

ROYAL FLUSH • ENLIVEN THE GARDEN AND TABLE ALIKE WITH PURPLE VARIETIES OF FAVORITE VEGETABLES

fine A.R.T.S. • Using a scientific evaluation process and cross-country teamwork, American Rose Trials for Sustainability identifies excellent roses for our varied climates

ARTS Colony: A Sampler of Standout Roses

SAN LUIS OBISPO BOTANICAL GARDEN

DESIGN A FIRE-SAFE LANDSCAPE

5 FAVORITE PLANTS FOR FIRE-RESISTANT SPACES

UNEARTHED! • The fun of gardening is never knowing what fascinating thing might next cross the path, writes Greg Coppa

PLANTS WE LOVE • Springing the blues

CHANGE: MAKE IT, EMBRACE IT


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