GARDENS Magazine - September/October 2010
Formal or rough-lawn, they reshape our outlook on the world.
Consider the lilies of the field.
The Cabbage Family
Brassicas to plant in fall for greens all winter.
As days shorten, blue sky vine stops traffic.
From the Sperry Garden
On a Personal Note:
Buy trees for quality, not for velocity.
Moving daylilies, dividing monkeygrass, sodding in fall, and more.
Rising Star: Gomphrena sp. 'Fireworks'
An explosive annual that celebrates Texas extremes.
Bamboo and Look-Alikes
Graceful screens and landscape plants -- without the horror tales.
Your grandparants' herb now has modern cousins.
Pumpkins and Jack-o'-Lanterns
Designer orbs from nature and the craft bin.
Decorative Ways with Walls
How to fill those blank garden facades with excitement.
Tips for achieving a lush green lawn this winter.
Fresh, creative ways to display autumn's bounty.