May/June 2014 Issue
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Features in this Issue:
Charming Nicotianas by Rand B. Lee
Beloved for their fragrance and attractiveness to pollinators, these old-fashioned cottage-garden favorites are back in style.
Humbler Hydrangeas by Andrew Bunting
Sometimes overshadowed by their mophead siblings, these lesser- known hydrangeas are no less deserving of space in America's gardens.
11 Up-and-Coming Herbs by Jim Long
These flavorful yet little-known herbs are among this year's culinary favorites with gardeners and chefs alike.
Think Twice, Plant Once by Carole Ottesen
Whether you're a new or seasoned gardener, here are some pointers that can save you from making common errors as you strive for a beautiful and healthy landscape.
Four-Season Trees by Hugh Conlon
If you're designing a new garden or updating an existing one, consider including a specimen tree that offers ornamental appeal throughout the year.
The Buckeye State welcomes the American Horticultural Society's 22nd annual National Children & Youth Garden Symposium.