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  • 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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    July/August 2014

    Current members can read about sensational salvias for late-summer color, native clematis, growing your own herbal tea, and much more.

    May/June 2014 Issue

    Current members can read about hydrangea connoisseur favorites, trees that offer year-round appeal, unusual herbs that add punch to both gardens and dishes, tips for avoiding common gardening mistakes, and much more.

    March/April 2014 Issue

    Current members can read all about why Monarch butterflies are vanishing and how to help, great foxgloves for American gardens, pre-emptively pruning perennials for showier plants, and much more!

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