SEE WHAT'S WAITING FOR YOU IN GARDEN DESIGN MAGAZINE
PURE INSPIRATION"This is by far the best garden magazine I have ever read. It also may be the best overall magazine I have ever read, and I read many, many magazines! I am relatively new to gardening, and this is pure inspiration. Your layout, photo quality, attention to detail and varied articles (such as cooking, new book reviews and love of nature) are superb. I plan on purchasing more back issues and hope you don't change a thing about your fantastic magazine."
—Amy S., Pennsylvania
AN IMPORTANT PART OF ANY GARDENER'S LIBRARY"What a stunning piece of work. I picked it up. Opened it. Read the first page. Sat down, and read the entire thing. It's original, it's relevant, it's gorgeous, and it is an important part of my library."
—Sandra S., California
A PUBLICATION YOU'LL READ COVER TO COVER"I love the images. The text is beautifully written. The paper feels wonderful in my hands. I appreciate the aspirational ideas but also the real life ideas. I read every issue cover to cover and eventually part with them giving them to a young friend that is an avid gardener and enjoys them as much as I do."
—Jt C., Madison WI
COMPREHENSIVE STORIES"I've purchased hundreds of garden magazines over the many years and yours is such a pleasure. What I most appreciate is the fact that each article is several pages. I'll begin reading an article, turn the page, read, and turn the page. It's such a pleasure to get a comprehensive article."
—Janet M., Oregon (Gardening Nirvana)
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPHY"I saw a copy of Garden Design magazine late last year and was absolutely 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."
—Lina F., Colorado
CONSISTENT QUALITY"Garden Design continues to awe and inspire me! You set the bar high for yourself with the first issues of the magazine you published, and you have maintained equally interesting and informative articles and fabulous photography ever since. Bravo! I look forward to another year's subscription! Thank you."
—Joyce K. W., Massachusetts
A GARDEN MAGAZINE THAT'S FOR EVERYONE"A garden magazine that can be enjoyed by people across zones, coasts, yard sizes, and levels of horticulture knowledge."
—Nick M., Ohio
A BALANCE OF BEAUTY, INSPIRATION, AND TECHNIQUES"Just a quick note to share how very impressed I am with my newest issue of Garden Design...an absolutely stellar issue, full of beauty, inspiration, great techniques-a perfect balance of all three. Not too fluffy; not too wordy; not too preachy."
—Carol R., California
Here’s a peek at each story in the current issue.
A new public garden takes shape. Offbeat edibles. A gorgeous growing table. Interviews you don’t want to miss. Why plant a moss carpet? Run to buy these new roses. Terrific terra cotta. Palms for any location.
Plant passionflowers for flowers, fragrance, fruit, and butterflies.
Todd Holloway’s sleek, modern planters set off his dramatic plant combinations.
In the mountains of Vietnam, Dan Hinkley discovers a hardy vine with fabulous flowers.
Our butterflies need more than plants for nectar—they must have larval host plants to survive. Find out what you should plant.
How one landscape architect blurred the lines between inside and out at his Virginia retreat, far from the crowds.
A wonderland of garden rooms offers space for play and healing.
Rhododendrons awaken the spring garden with big colorful flowers.
In 400 square feet, Ellen Ecker Ogden grows fresh ingredients to enjoy all year long.
Matthew Benson inspires the community with beautiful food and his eat-what-you-grow lifestyle.
For Peter Jacobsen, great food is only part of the fun—he loves working with friendsand living in sync with the seasons.
See why Gary Ratway believes horticulture and architecture are equal partners, and how his gardens are a marriage of the two. Plus, get his 8 take-home design lessons.
Who knew old tree stumps could be so beautiful?