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
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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 expert tips for growing epic tomatoes, with superior color and flavor, at home...
Discover ten essential steps for growing beautiful roses in your garden year after year...
Get practical tips for increasing your bounty in spaces where every square inch matters...
Learn the fundamentals of growing this fragrant, easy-care herb in your own garden...
Cochran will discuss her process of shaping space in both small gardens and larger landscapes (5/31 in San Fran, with a discount for our subscribers)
Hosted by meadow man John Greenlee, this educational event will feature lectures, workshops and a plant sale (6/2 in Pomona, CA)
Held in Portland, this event offers classes, tours, a film festival and talks, conference is open to all (7/10-14 in OR)
Join the New York Botanical Garden for interactive classes with top landscape architects and designers and earn course hours towards a NYBG Certificate in Landscape Design (7/10-8/16 in NY)
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