GARDENS Magazine - January/February 2011
The native holly with attitude.
East Meets the New West
Gardening with a sense of balance.
Creating a sensation with garden stone.
Ten 'Must Grow' Tomatoes
Advice from the man of 100 plants.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note:
A magazine milestone.
Pruning roses, transplanting hardy hibiscus, propagating figs, and more.
Meet the fabled, fragrant cousin.
City gardeners can grow this popular, carefree fruit, too.
A trouble-free specimen shrub with butterly and bee appeal.
Rising Star: Mahonia eurybracteta
'Soft Caress' -- Introducing a soft, mounding evergreen that grows even in dry shade.
The Lovely Bones
Using texture, structure and evergreens for year-round beauty.
Helpful hints from an avid garden tool user.
Sorting the Cultivars
Your guide to new varieties of St. Augustine for Texas.
Rising to new heights.