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  • January/February 2016 Issue

    Preview the new plants coming to your garden center this year, find out about dwarf tomato plants with full-size fruits, survey the possibilities of small broadleaved evergreen shrubs, learn to grow gourmet mushrooms, meet a longtime native plant champion, and much more.

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    Past Issues

    November/December 2015 Issue

    CURRENT MEMBERS can explore John Greenlee's meadow-style landscapes, then learn about designing evening gardens, safely adding plants under trees, growing the latest tropical hibiscus, and much more. To expand on these articles, read our bonus pages with Tips for Hybridizing Tropical Hibiscus, and John Greenlee's Favorite Grasses and Sedges.

    September/October 2015 Issue

    CURRENT MEMBERS can read about growing a "green" lawn, the innovative plant choices of a Southern garden visionary, reviews on the latest garden design books, extending the season in your vegetable garden, and much more. Open to ALL READERS are articles about double-duty plants that sparkle in both fall and spring, a new look at whether indoor plants really do clean the air, and tips on kale as a cool-season crop in your home garden.

    July/August 2015 Issue

    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.

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