Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Washington Gardener Magazine BLIZZARD Back Issue Sale!

UPDATE: DUE TO MORE SNOW IN THE FORECAST TODAY, THE SALE IS EXTENDED THROUGH SATURDAY, 2/20.
Washington Gardener Magazine BLIZZARD Back Issue Sale! 

Normally, you can request a single copy of back issues for $6 each or any 6 back issues for $24 or ALL 28 back issues for just $100 (price includes postage and handling).
For the BLIZZARD, we are making that $4 each or any 6 back issues for $20 or ALL 28 back issues for $90 and yes, all prices include postage!

This offer expires on 2/15/10.
Please specify/circle the issue date(s) you are ordering. Order must be prepaid by check or money order. Don't forget to include a note saying where to send the order!
Send your order to: Washington Gardener, 826 Philadelphia Ave., Silver Spring MD 20910


BACK ISSUE LISTING:


March/April 2005

• Landscape DIY vs. Pro

• Design an Herb Garden

• Prevent Gardener’s Back

• Ladew Topiary Gardens

• Dandelions

• Cherry Trees


May/June 2005

• Stunning Plant Combinations

• Turning Clay into Rich Soil

• Wild Garlic

• Wisteria

• Keeping a Garden Journal

• Strawberries



July/August 2005

• Water Gardens

• Poison Ivy

• Disguising a Sloping Yard

• Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

• Edible Water Plants

• Water Lilies


September/October 2005

• Container Gardens

• Clematis Vines

• Make Herbs & Vinegars

• Sponge Gardening/Rain Gardens

• 5 Insect Enemies of Gardeners

• Chicory: Weed or Wildflower


NOV/DEC 2005

• Backyard Bird Habitats

• Hellebores

• Building a Coldframe

• Gardening as Exercise

• Bulb Planting Basics



JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2006

• Garden Decor Principles

• Primroses

• Tasty Heirloom Veggies

• U.S. Botanic Garden

• Start Annuals from Seed

• Meet Andre Viette



MARCH/APRIL 2006

• Top 10 Small Trees and Large Shrubs

• Azaleas

• Figs, Berries, & Persimmons

• Oak Diseases

• Basic Pruning Principles



May/June 2006

• Using Native Plants in Your Landscape

• Crabgrass

• Peppers

• Secret Sources for Free Plants

• Alternatives to Invasives



July/August 2006

• Hydrangeas

• Theme Gardens

• Agave

• Canada Thistle

• Find Garden Space by Growing Up



September/October 2006

• Shade Gardening

• Hosta Care Guide

• Fig-growing Tips and Recipes

• Oatlands Plantation

• Native Woodland Plants



NOV/DEC 2006

• Horticultural Careers

• Juniper Care Guide

• Winter Squash Growing Tips and Recipes

• Weed-free Beds with Layer/Lasagna Gardening

• Secret Sources for Great Plants



JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2007

• Indoor Gardening

• Daphne Care Guide

• Asparagus Growing Tips and Recipes

• Houseplant Propagation

• Gotelli Conifer Collection

• Easy Care Orchids



MARCH/April 2007

• Stormwater Management

• Dogwood Selection & Care Guide

• Early Spring Vegetable Growing Tips

• Perfect Plants for Ponds & Puddles

• Franciscan Monastery Bulb Gardens



MAY/June 2007

• Roses: Easy Care Tips

• Native Roses & Heirloom Roses

• Edible Flowers

• How to Plant a Bare-Root Rose

• A Trip to Bon Air Memorial Rose Gardens

• Creating a New Garden



JULY/AUGUST 2007

• Groundcovers: Alternatives to Turfgrass

• How to Pinch, Prune, & Dead-head

• A Trip to William Paca House & Gardens

• Fire Ants in Virginia

• Plant an Urban Community

• Hardy Geraniums



September/October 2007

• Succulents: Hardy to our Region

• Drought-Tolerant Natives

• Southern Vegetables

• Seed Saving Savvy Tips

• The National Garden on its First Anniversary

• Building a Bay-Friendly Garden



November/December 2007

• Gardening with Children

• Holiday Crafts with Native Plants

• Kid-Friendly Vegetables

• Indoor Bulb Forcing Basics

• National Museum of the American Indian

• Versatile Viburnums



JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2008

• Dealing with Deer

• Our Favorite Garden Tools

• Indoor Bulb Forcing Basics

• Delightful Daffodils



MARCH/APRIL 2008

• Patio, Balcony, and Rooftop Container Gardens

• Our Favorite Garden Tools

• Coral Bells (Heucheras)

• Brookside’s Phil Normandy

• Japanese-style Garden



MAY/JUNE 2008 — Almost Sold Out!

• Growing Great Tomatoes

• Glamorous Gladiolus

• Seed Starting Basics

• Flavorful Fruiting Natives

• Build a Better Tomato Cage

• Restored Gardener’s House at Mount Vernon



JULY/AUGUST 2008

• Landscaping with Ornamental Grasses

• Edible Grasses to Graze On

• Slug and Snail Control

• Sage Advice: Sun-Loving Salvias

• How to Weed

• Richmond’s Treasure — Maymont’s Gardens



SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2008

• Autumn Edibles — What to Plant Now

• Ladybug Lore

• Beguiling Barrenworts (Epimediums)

• The Best Time to Plant Spring-Blooming Bulbs

• A Daytrip to Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

• 5 Steps to Amazing Fall Rose Blooms

• 14 Dry Shade Plants Too Good to Overlook



NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2008

• Outdoor Lighting Essentials

• How to Prune Fruiting Trees, Shrubs, and Vines

• 5 Top Tips for Overwintering Tender Bulbs

• Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick

• Emerald Ash Borer: A Serious Threat

• A Daytrip to Tudor Place

• Bringing Nature Home with Doug Tallamy



JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2009

• Compost Happens: Nature’s Free Fertilizer

• Managing Stormwater with a Rain Garden

• Visiting Virginia’s State Arboretum

• Grow Winter Hazel for Gorgeous Winter Color



MARCH/April 2009

• 40+ Free and Low-Cost Local Garden Tips

• Spring Edibles Planting Guide for the Mid-Atlantic

• Cutworm Control

• Testing Your Soil for a Fresh Start

• Redbud Tree Selection and Care

• A Condo-Dweller’s Cantilevered Herb Garden

• Best Local Viewing Spots for Virginia Bluebells



MAY/JUNE 2009

• Top 12+ Easy Summer Annuals for DC Heat

• Salad Table Project

• Grow and Enjoy Eggplant

• How to Chuck a Woodchuck from Your Garden

• Aphid Alert



SUMMER 2009

• Grow Grapes in the Mid-Atlantic

• Passionflowers

• Mulching Basics

• What’s Bugging Your Tomatoes

• Growing Hops


FALL 2009

• Apples

• How To Save Tomato Seeds

• Persimmons

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