Since 1904, Horticulture Magazine has provided avid gardeners and plantspeople with accurate, compelling coverage of gardens and the plants and design techniques that truly make them shine. Our in-depth features take you to outstanding gardens and explain their plants and practices.
PERFECT IMPERFECTION • We strive for a certain aesthetic, but in nature’s view weeds and insect damage are part and parcel of beauty
LEARNING FROM THE PAST • In this time of supply-chain and climate worries, we can find solutions — and solace — in ancient knowledge
STRONG TO THE FINISH • Five favorite spinaches to plant for fall and winter harvest, plus more tips and tasks for autumn
DON’T LEAVE THE LIGHT ON • A recent study found that nighttime artificial light may interfere with fall monarch migration
A PARK FOR ALL • Brooklyn Bridge Park provides a natural respite for city folk and wildlife alike
NEW ENGLAND BOTANIC GARDEN AT TOWER HILL
NEW ENGLAND BOTANIC GARDEN’S VERY SPECIAL ORCHARD
HEIRLOOM APPLES FOR THE HOME GARDEN
PANAYOTI KELAIDIS • Rocking on!
KEYED IN • SPACE- AND CLIMATE-CHALLENGED GARDENERS FIND A KEYHOLE GARDEN UNLOCKS NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR GROWING FOOD
COAST -to- COAST FLIGHT • TAKE A TOUR OF CIVIC PROGRAMS PROMOTING AND PROTECTING POLLINATORS FROM SEATTLE TO NEW YORK
COPING with CLIMATE CHANGE • HOW IT AFFECTS GARDENS, AND HOW WE CAN RESPOND
FALL IN! HORTICULTURE’S GUIDE TO FALL GARDEN TASKS • When summer’s heat begins to recede, it’s time to take up our tools and make the best of the rest of the gardening year. Tackle those tasks with this review of frequent questions and favorite advice pertaining to autumn.
Rosie Cuts the Lawn • ONE COUPLE’S ADVENTURES IN ROBOTIC MOWING
THIS AND THAT • Greg Coppa shares another batch of homegrown tips
PLANTS WE LOVE • Fall’s gold
OUR WEEDY SECRET