The Winter 2011- Early Spring 2012 issue of Washington Gardener Magazine is printed and mailed. Current subscribers should have it in their mail boxes shortly (if not arrived already.)
In this issue:
~ All About Local Green Roofs and Walls
~ Top 10 Plants for 2012
~ Visiting Baltimore's Rawlings Conservatory
~ Growing Radiant Radishes
~ A Prison Yard Transformed
~ A Glossary of Garden Terms
~ Heavenly Heaths and Heathers
~ Hurray for Native Hepaticas
~ The Secret to a Weed-Free Garden
~ A New Invasive Insect Pest
~ Best Berry Varieties for our Region
~ and much, much more
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