January/February 2013 Issue
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Features in this Issue:
New for 2013 by Mary Yee
Our annual look at some of the new plants that will be available for home gardens this spring.
Kelly Griffin: Succulent Plant Evangelist by Nan Sterman
If you've purchased a colorful succulent recently, it might well be one introduced by this prolific California-based hybridizer.
Chelsea Turns 100 by Marty Wingate
The grand dame of flower shows, located in London, celebrates a century of showcasing gardening at its finest.
True to Seed by Graham Rice
When growing plants from seed, it's important to understand that not all seeds produce plants that resemble their parents.
A New Era for Currants by Jo Ann Gardner
Attractive and tasty currants are gaining popularity in the edible landscape.