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  • March/April 2015 Issue

    Current members can read about native berries to grow at home, tips to make your garden more inviting, lilacs (old and new) that deserve a place in the 21st century garden, the difference between native plants and nativars, and much more.

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    January/February 2015 Issue

    Current members can read about new plant introductions for 2015, weeping trees to add dramatic flair to the garden, Western wildflowers that adapt well to other regions, and much more.

    November/December 2014

    Current members can read about installing mid-size crapemyrtles for garden structure, utilizing straw bales as raised beds, hybridizing prize-winning hellebores in the Pacific Northwest, growing veggie shoots for wintertime indoor edibles, and creating habitat for our essential native bee pollinators.

    September/October 2014

    Current members can read all about ornamental alliums to plant now for a pop of color in the spring and summer garden, get a fresh perspective on poison ivy and its irritating relatives, meet heirloom apple champion Tom Burford, and much more.

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