Monday, January 24, 2011

Winter issue of Washington Gardener Magazine Leads You Down the Garden Path

The Winter 2010-11 magazine issue of Washington Gardener Magazine is now mailing. All subscribers should receive it in the next few weeks. To subscribe today and start with this issue, go here.

The cover story is on Paths & Walkways. We explore the effect and impact of different path styles on your garden and your garden’s visitors.

Looking over hundreds of photos of garden paths to pick out our cover image made for a bad case of cabin fever. It was hard not wish spring was here this very minute.

You’ll also find in this issue:

• A DayTrip to the Cylburn Arboretum in Baltimore, MD

• Elegant Edgeworthia (Paperbush)

• Create an Easy, Fragrant Indoor Spring Garden with Bulbs

• Growing and Cooking Kohlrabi

• Native Partridgeberry

• Houseplant Repotting Tips

• Best Blueberry Varieties for the Mid-Atlantic

• Fighting Scale Insects

• A Profile of the 3 Local Chapters of the Azalea Society

• 10 Top Plant Picks for 2011

• An Interview with Famed Herbalist  Jim Duke

and much, much more...

To subscribe, go to www.washingtongardener.com/index_files/subscribe.htm and use our PayPal credit card link.

5 comments:

Anna Flowergardengirl said...

That is a very cool cover and well thought out. I'm all about borders so will have to get this issue.

Annie Haven/Authentic Haven Brand said...

a walkway truly worth a stroll : )

Anonymous said...

For non-subscribers, are there retail outlets that carry your magazine?

WashingtonGardener said...

Thanks for stopping by Annie and Anna!

Anon - yes, we are at DC-area Borders and Barnes & Nobles, also at Policis & Prose on Conn Ave.

You can also by single copies of current and back issies directly from us at various local garden events such as RootingDC Sat 2/19 and the upcoming Washington Home & Garden Show 3/11-13.

Anonymous said...

Thanks!