Here’s a gem of advice: Composting is nothing more than putting your garden and kitchen scraps in one place. There, isn’t that easy? Here are a few tips to get you started. You cannot do this wrong. The worst … Read Article
One of the reasons gardening is a life-long endeavor is that there is always something new to learn about, be it a new garden style, plant, theory, environment or micro-climate. You can scrap your garden and start anew with … Read Article
I will confess I am always in the garden too soon in the early spring, so do as I say, not as I do. In most areas of the country, spring is starting to make an appearance and that is … Read Article
If you have tubers in winter storage you are probably getting ready to move them back into the garden. But is it too early? Late spring temperatures can fluctuate, leaving some gardeners pondering if this is the week for planting … Read Article
There are entire crews of gardeners who work in public spaces, yet not all are public employees. Be it the local conservatory, cemetery, botanical garden or museum landscape, many public gardens are tended by people just like you and … Read Article
A garden life does not exist in a vacuum. Even the most scholarly of gardeners, sequestered in their labs, herbariums or greenhouses, share their discoveries with others. Much of that new garden knowledge finds its way into Horticulture. Horticulture magazine … Read Article
Now is the perfect time to take a critical eye to the garden and identify areas that will benefit from new trees and the division of perennials. Here are few key points to keep in mind as you evaluate your … Read Article
The September 2010 issue of Horticulture magazine includes a story about Elsa Bakalar’s colorful garden. Here’s a free download showing what the garden looked like in 1987, when Horticulture first covered it, with Bakalar’s own tips about color.
Ordering info for April 2010 Horticulture.
Here’s what’s covered in the October/November 2009 issue of Horticulture.
Residents at Brightview Assisted Living in Maryland find health and wellness through gardening.