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Upcoming Issue of Horticulture

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In the magazine world, our schedule is a little different than the real world. Right now, it’s Christmas in July over at the Horticulture magazine offices and we are working on the December/January DOUBLE issue! We are in the midst of compiling our features and special sections to put together the best magazine possible for our favorite readers (you!). And I feel like I have been getting presents already because I’ve been collecting lots of exclusive information about new introductions for the season and award winning plants for the “Plants We Love” feature. Not to mention we are basically planning your holiday shopping list already (you’re welcome!). I’ve been in touch with some of the top garden bloggers and landscape designers who are going to be unveiling some of their favorite plants to design with and pampered plants they go the extra mile for. I know most of these suggestions are going to make great additions to your gardens.

In other words, we have a lot of content headed your way because, after all, it is a double issue. Now, I can’t give away all the secrets, but I can tell you that some of the new introductions for retail in 2011 are going to be breathtaking. We will be announcing the new intros from some of your favorites such as Anthony Tesselaar, Ball Horticultural, American Daylily, Proven Winners and Terra Nova, just to name a few. Additionally “the best of the best” who were awarded Plant Select, Prairie Stars, GreatPlants and Theodore Klein Plants in addition to many others across the country. This issue is going to be packed and I know that for a fact, because I’ve been elbow deep in it all summer.

But, you are just going to have to see for yourself. If you haven’t already renewed your Horticulture subscription, you can do it right now by visiting the subscription renewal page to make sure you get this incredible issue.



Deep in thought working on the December/January double issue of Horticulture mag.

Deep in thought working on the December/January double issue of Horticulture mag.