Horticulture‘s Great Garden Plants download features the plants on gardeners’ radars for 2015. The winter of 2014-15 is the perfect time to start planning for these tried-and-true favorites.
Though many of us have put our outdoor gardens to bed for the winter, we still have that urge to feel our hands in the dirt and to feel surrounded by growing plants. So the editors of Horticulture have pulled together some of our favorite features and columns to create this mini-issue themed specifically around winter gardening.
You’ll love this if:
- You want to grow plants that are native to temperate regions
- You want to start seeds of perennials, or fall-ripening trees or shrubs