Articles in the Spring 2017 Issue
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Fresh Designing with succulents. The holy grail of Heuchera. Diggers made in the USA. Durable and pretty outdoor décor. Two people steering plant lovers in the right direction. Bring green indoors! What the experts eat and why you should, too. Plant catalog favorites and a must-listen podcast.
GrowingHere’s what you need to know about planting, growing, and enjoying daffodils, from bulb to blossom.
PLANT HUNTERSix wild, tasty, and beautiful finds that will add dimension to your garden and meals.
MAKERThis floral designer grows the best blooms. Find out how you can, too.
ECOLOGY IN THE GARDENAttract and protect toads and frogs.
GROUNDBREAKERLearn how Annie Hayes became one of the most trusted gardeners in America.
GARDEN TO PLATEWhat do I do with all this mint? And how to make an elderflower drink.
WELCOME TO HORTULUSA trove of artifacts, oddities, and plants on a 100-acre pleasure garden open to all.
TREE HUGGERA property redesigned to nurture and preserve its ancient native live oaks.
LETTING GOA designer says goodbye to her evolving masterpiece, decades in the making.
FLOWERING BRANCHESThe parade of blossoms from flowering branches starts in February and continues through May and beyond. Get tips for growing, harvesting, and arranging them.
GLOBETROTTER’S GARDENFor this travel writer, the best souvenirs are edible. See how his garden and kitchen are informed by more than 30 years of traipsing the globe.
SMALL GARDENS BIG IDEASWhen it comes to great design, parameters are a good thing. These 11 gardens prove that sometimes less really is more.
DETAILSArt aficionados draw inspiration from their travels and love of wildlife.