May/June 2013 Issue
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Features in this Issue:
AHS Youth Garden Symposium Preview by Jane Kuhn
Denver and the Rocky Mountain region offer fertile ground for the American Horticultural Society’s 21st annual National Children & Youth Garden Symposium in July.
Shrubs for Summer Foliage by Andrew Bunting
Deciduous shrubs with colorful foliage spice up summer gardens.
Creating a Small Pond by Carole Ottesen
A small pond adds an exciting dimension to any garden, and it can be installed in a weekend.
Zestful Zinnias by Rand B. Lee
This easy-to-grow annual is now available in a wide range of colors, sizes, and disease-resistant selections to suit any climate and use.
Rosalind Creasy by Anne Raver
A longtime proponent of integrating edible plants with ornamentals, Rosalind Creasy is pleased to see the concept gaining popularity in American gardening.