Why subscribe to Garden Design magazine?
- Each issue is 148 pages with no ads
- Stories unfold over 8 to 20 pages
- Detailed and bold photography
- Collectible and coffee table worthy
From shady spots to open meadows, find inspiration for gardens big and small.
Browse hundreds of inspiring photos, including flowers, edibles, containers & more.
See examples of popular styles including Asian, modern, & cottage gardens, plus more.
Discover inspiring gardens from our archives in Portland, L.A., New York and beyond.
From raised beds to terrariums, find a variety of gardening projects with instructions.
Garden and landscape designers across the country forecast noteworthy ideas.
Discover the right plants for your garden and learn how to use them in a cohesive design.
Eight design principles for creating a successful, satisfying garden.
From spring bulbs, to creative design tips, find inspiration for your spring garden.
Whether you grow edibles or flowers, get tips for creating a gorgeous summer garden.
Learn how to use color artfully, creatively and accidentally in the garden.
Discover garden tours, browse travel ideas, find gardens to visit & more.
Get tips for blending colorful elements with native plants to reflect the desert's beauty…
Enter by 3/31 to win a collection of plants that will attract butterflies to your garden…
Learn about growing ornamental cherries, including varieties to try in your garden…
Discover 7 steps for creating a cottage garden filled with a profusion of flowers…
Join the New York Botanical Garden as Aaron Bertelsen, gardener-cook from Great Dixter, shares about his experience (3/30 in NYC)
Stroll through gorgeous designer gardens, watch floral demonstrations, and discover how to create your own remarkable garden (4/5-9 in San Fran)
This year’s tour takes garden lovers to one of the oldest and most tropical areas of San Diego County, Point Loma (4/8 in San Diego)
The 2017 Fling is open to garden bloggers from around the world and will feature amazing gardens in Washington DC, northern Virginia, and suburban Maryland (6/22-25 in DC)
Use the link www.gardendesign.com/2017 to get your first issue free when you subscribe to Garden Design magazine. This will get you 5 issues for the price of 4.
We have so much in store for you in 2017: small gardens with big ideas, a globetrotter's kitchen garden, a home orchard, insights and tips from a lifetime in design from Steven Stimson, amazingly colorful dry gardens in Spain, a stunning presentation of American trees, as well as plant stories about hydrangeas, daylilies, and pumpkins...plus so much more. Many of our stories are presented gloriously in over 20 full pages because we have no advertising. If you love photography, you'll love Garden Design. The vast majority of our subscribers keep every issue.
I saw a copy of Garden Design magazine late last year and was impressed with the in-depth articles and the beautiful photography. This past spring I became a subscriber and love every single page. It is beautifully presented and I love that there are no ads. I don't subscribe to too many magazines, but Garden Design is worth every single penny. I highly recommend it.
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