September/October 2015 Issue
CURRENT MEMBERS can read about double-duty plants that sparkle in both fall and spring, find out if houseplants really do clean the air, learn how to grow kale as a cool-season crop in your home garden, and much more. Open to ALL READERS are additional lists of Seasonal Bookend plants, and the Indoor Sources of Chemicals.
CURRENT MEMBERS can read about spicing up a landscape with fragrant foliage, making a splash with dramatic Dutchman's pipe vines, taming American wild roses, and much more. Open to ALL READERS are articles about quickly fixing tired gardens, growing tomatillos, and choosing gear for safe and comfortable gardening.
CURRENT MEMBERS can read about choosing the best hydrangeas for their regions, creating lush container gardens on hardscape, adding whimsy to landscapes, spicing up a design with irises, and much more. Open to ALL READERS are articles about attending our July youth gardening symposium in Austin, choosing plants for containers, building raised beds, and growing okra.
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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