November/December 2013 Issue
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Features in this Issue:
Designing a Garden with Winter Interest by C. Colston Burrell
Create a tapestry of berries, bark, foliage, and flowers for winter effects.
The Venerable Osage-Orange by Guy Sternberg
This native tree, deeply enmeshed in American history, is deserving of wider consideration as a hardy, drought-tolerant shade tree. WEB SPECIAL: Where to find large Osage-orange trees.
A Fresh Look at American Arborvitae by Daniel Mount
The popular conifer is sometimes overused as a hedge, but with more than 200 selections available, there are many ways it can be incorporated into the landscape.
Protect the perimeters of your garden with prickly but pretty plants.
Pierre Bennerup by Allen Bush
A colorful second-generation nurseryman, Pierre Bennerup of Sunny Border Nurseries has been an influential figure in the use of perennials in American gardening.