Articles in the Winter 2018 Issue

FreshBrush up on your photography skills. Saws to swear by. Must-have bluebells. One-of-a-kind vases. Learn from the succulent queen. The perennial plant of the year. A cold frame jumpstart. Houseplant mania.
GrowingArchitectural aloes—and their fantastic flowers—add excitement to any garden.
Plant HunterPerfume for the late-winter garden.
MakerA concrete artist creates stylish furnishings that last.
Ecology in the GardenPlant your garden for ecosystem health.
GroundbreakerA renowned plant-tester’s hunt for the perfect plants—plus a few favorites.
ENGLISH EXUBERANCEA love of English gardens transforms an 18th-century Connecticut estate into a horticultural haven anyone can tour.
MODERN MISSIONOn a former pear orchard in California, a home’s courtyard walls provide shelter from incessant winds—and hide a refreshing garden oasis inside.
NATURE IN A VASEFloral designer Max Gill captures seasonal moments by observing natural landscapes.
DREAM GARDENSSee how four designers created the backyard wonderlands they always wanted.
WILDFLOWER MADNESS father and son search for the elusive “super bloom” and basketball luck.
CONIFER EXTRAVAGANZATake a fresh look at conifers for texture, color, structure, and year-round interest.
TROPICAL SYMPHONYA music and plant lover orchestrates a multisensory oasis in a Barbados sinkhole.
DETAILSA stunning fountain passes the Goldilocks test—and has room for plants, too.

JOIN 100,000 GARDEN LOVERSSign up for weekly gardening inspiration and design tips

Get plant information, gardening solutions, design inspiration and more in our weekly newsletter.

* Required Fields
We will never sell or distribute your email to any other parties or organizations.

More about the newsletter

Follow Us Garden Design Magazine Facebook Garden Design Magazine Twitter Garden Design Magazine Pinterest Garden Design Magazine Instagram Garden Design Magazine Youtube

Shop Garden Products

From tools to furniture, these garden products are sure to delight

Discover unique garden products curated by the Garden Design editors, plus items you can use to solve problems in your garden right now, and best sellers from around the web.

Shop Garden Design!