Horticulture October/November 2009

The October/November 2009 issue of Horticulture is now available as a printed copy or a downloadable PDF. Click here to order.

Click here to read this issue’s “Dig Deepers,” the printed articles’ online extras.

Here’s the table of contents for this issue:


Moving In by Meghan Shinn
How one gardener made an existing garden truly her own

Camellia Forest Nursery by C. Colston Burrell
Home to hundreds of camellias and much more

Where the Wild Things Grow by Bobby J. Ward
This family-run seed farm is a fun destination and mail-order delight

Growing Against the Flow by Patty Craft
The ancient practice of contour planting finds rebirth in our urban gardens

Native Grasses by William Cullina
North American ornamental grasses make a garden look natural and complete


Gardener’s Notebook

A Gardening Life by C. Colston Burrell
Ozzie Johnson, Plantsman

Collector’s Choice by Daniel J. Hinkley
Exotic Grasses

Technique by Dr. Ed Brotak
What causes it and how you can protect your garden

North Hill Notes by Wayne Winterrowd
Autumn-Flowering Bulbs

On Gardening by Frank Hyman
Celebrating the Lawnlet

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