Articles in the Spring 2018 Issue
FreshA 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.
GrowingPlant passionflowers for flowers, fragrance, fruit, and butterflies.
MakerTodd Holloway’s sleek, modern planters set off his dramatic plant combinations.
Plant HunterIn the mountains of Vietnam, Dan Hinkley discovers a hardy vine with fabulous flowers.
Ecology in the GardenOur butterflies need more than plants for nectar—they must have larval host plants to survive. Find out what you should plant.
An Indoor-Outdoor HouseHow one landscape architect blurred the lines between inside and out at his Virginia retreat, far from the crowds.
A Place of RefugeA wonderland of garden rooms offers space for play and healing.
A Painter's Palette of BloomsRhododendrons awaken the spring garden with big colorful flowers.
Small Space, Big HarvestIn 400 square feet, Ellen Ecker Ogden grows fresh ingredients to enjoy all year long.
Sharing the BountyMatthew Benson inspires the community with beautiful food and his eat-what-you-grow lifestyle.
They Joyful FarmerFor Peter Jacobsen, great food is only part of the fun—he loves working with friendsand living in sync with the seasons.
A Fine BalanceSee 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.
DetailsWho knew old tree stumps could be so beautiful?