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Horticulture

July/August 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.

EDITOR’S NOTE

Horticulture

TIME CAPSULES • Exploring the very modern virtues of heirloom bulbs

SNACK-SIZED SUMMER • Cherry tomatoes make the season, and food gardening goes micro

SUMMER CHECKLIST

PLANTS WE LOVE • Planted Pyrotechnics

CONSERVATION NEEDS CONVERSATION • A recent study found that our actions influence our neighbors’ water usage, but it helps to talk about what we do, too

ALL TOGETHER NOW • A forest is more than a collection of individual plants, just as a human being is more than just a collection of cells

GROWING ON • Greg Coppa provides an update on some of his past challenges and observations

Places, Please • WHERE YOU PUT YOUR POTS IS JUST AS POWERFUL AS THE PLANTS YOU PUT IN THEM

The Container Garden

If the Pot Fits

FERNING THE TABLE • ENHANCE A SHADY SPOT WITH A FUN-TO-MAKE MICRO WOODLAND TABLEAU

THOUGHTS ON DESIGN

FERNS UNDER A FOOT (TALL)

TIME TO ROCK OUT

a Seat at the Table

KALEIDO BLOOMS • We often speak of variegated foliage, but let’s not forget the merits of striped, spotted and streaked flowers

THE PLASTIC-FREE GARDEN • With a little effort, we can pare down our reliance on this problematic material

SUMMER READING • Kick back with one of these recent releases

MUST-READ: UNDER WESTERN SKIES

SILVER & SUCCULENT • A central Los Angeles garden reflects its maker’s philosophy on landscapes, ecology and gardening into the future

PETER ZALE • An intrepid plant explorer, he now calls Longwood Gardens his home base

WORTH A SHOT

TYLER ARBORETUM

5 FAVORITE PLANTS FOR BLOCKING WEEDS

ZEN AND THE ART OF TOTAL GARDEN TERROR


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 76 Publisher: Active Interest Media Edition: July/August 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 24, 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.

EDITOR’S NOTE

Horticulture

TIME CAPSULES • Exploring the very modern virtues of heirloom bulbs

SNACK-SIZED SUMMER • Cherry tomatoes make the season, and food gardening goes micro

SUMMER CHECKLIST

PLANTS WE LOVE • Planted Pyrotechnics

CONSERVATION NEEDS CONVERSATION • A recent study found that our actions influence our neighbors’ water usage, but it helps to talk about what we do, too

ALL TOGETHER NOW • A forest is more than a collection of individual plants, just as a human being is more than just a collection of cells

GROWING ON • Greg Coppa provides an update on some of his past challenges and observations

Places, Please • WHERE YOU PUT YOUR POTS IS JUST AS POWERFUL AS THE PLANTS YOU PUT IN THEM

The Container Garden

If the Pot Fits

FERNING THE TABLE • ENHANCE A SHADY SPOT WITH A FUN-TO-MAKE MICRO WOODLAND TABLEAU

THOUGHTS ON DESIGN

FERNS UNDER A FOOT (TALL)

TIME TO ROCK OUT

a Seat at the Table

KALEIDO BLOOMS • We often speak of variegated foliage, but let’s not forget the merits of striped, spotted and streaked flowers

THE PLASTIC-FREE GARDEN • With a little effort, we can pare down our reliance on this problematic material

SUMMER READING • Kick back with one of these recent releases

MUST-READ: UNDER WESTERN SKIES

SILVER & SUCCULENT • A central Los Angeles garden reflects its maker’s philosophy on landscapes, ecology and gardening into the future

PETER ZALE • An intrepid plant explorer, he now calls Longwood Gardens his home base

WORTH A SHOT

TYLER ARBORETUM

5 FAVORITE PLANTS FOR BLOCKING WEEDS

ZEN AND THE ART OF TOTAL GARDEN TERROR


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