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.
WHAT I’VE LEARNED • A closing contemplation on what nature tries to teach us
A POT OF PATIENCE • Though challenging, it’s best to grow native plants from seed, says one expert; here’s why and how
FINDERS, EATERS • Amid a growing interest in foraging, gardeners can find an easy entrance
the GARDENER’S GIFT GUIDE
Your Holiday Shopping Starts Here! • CONTAINER VEGETABLE COLLECTION & SPROUTER GIFT SET
CLAUDIA WEST • Rebuilding abundance through innovative planting design
EMERALDS of the ROUGH • North America’s woods and fields provide lovely alternatives to our most ubiquitous and problematic evergreen shrubs
HOME of the GREEN
a Fresh Start • IS IT TIME FOR A CHANGE IN THE GARDEN? START BY ASSESSING ITS FOUNDATION
The Beauty of “And” • A Minnesota gardener shows it’s possible to combine permaculture principles with ornamental horticulture
UP AND COMERS PART 1 • 2023 PROMISES EXCITING NEW FLOWERING SHRUBS AND SUN PERENNIALS
IT’S ELEMENTARY • A GROUP EFFORT CREATES — AND SUSTAINS — THE ULTIMATE SCHOOL GARDEN
DON’T PLANT IT! • Closing in on 50 years in his garden, Greg Coppa shares 10 botanical regrets (plus 1 “maybe”)
THE PERIL OF SELF-POLLINATION • Study highlights the importance of bumblebees in maintaining plants’ genetic variation
Green means GO!