Inside the Summer 2018 Issue!
Summer and gardening magazines are kind of counter-intuitive. Why would anyone who loves gardening be indoors reading, when the weather finally allows us to get outside and start digging?
Well, you’ll have us as backup for the occasional cold or rainy day (or when the sun goes down and your green thumb urges haven’t quite been satisfied). We have a great lineup of articles in this issue.
Whether you want to learn about herbaceous ground covers or how to break design rules once you learn them, we’ve got an article for you. We also explore the wort family (they’re much nicer than they sound), Shasta daisies and cucumbers.
I’d like to welcome to our gardening community former subscribers to Garden Making magazine. Now that Garden Making has shifted to digital publication only, we’ve offered our magazine to subscribers. We hope you enjoy it. The Gardener has been specializing in cool climate gardening for more then 20 years. We offer in-depth articles on perennials, annuals, vegetables, garden design and current issues in horticulture and gardening.
To make you as comfortable as possible, we invited one of Garden Making’s most popular writers, Stephen Wescott-Gratton, to be one of our contributors in this and hopefully future issues.
We love to hear from our readers, so if anyone who is new to The Gardener has any thoughts on what you find in our pages, please let us know. That goes for all of our devoted long-time subscribers as well. Let us know what you think.
Living Mulch, Shasta Daisy, Cucumbers and more!