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March/April 2015

Subscribers can read the Chicagoland Gardening March/April 2015 issue online.

Cover: Shooting star (Dodecatheon meadia). Photography By Ron Capek

Features

Treasures of the Woodlands
Spring isn’t just for bulbs. Our native woodland wildflowers are perennials that cheer up the shady garden and return to brighten our spirits another year. By Carolyn Ulrich

Starting From Scratch
An experienced gardener buys a retirement home in a small WIsconsin town and plants a brand new garden. By Patrice Peltier


Ablaze With Fiery Color

A modestcorner lot in the western suburbs bursts into magnificent bloom every spring with flowering trees and shrubs. By Betty Earl

Special Supplement: 2015 Resource Guide

Columns

Gardening Basics
Lurie Garden Takeaways

Good Gardens
We Grow Dreams

The Hands-On Gardener
DIY Birdhouses

The Edible Garden
Eat Your Asian Greens

Kids’ Gardening
Ring in Spring with Cloches

Chicagoland Natives
Milkweeds for Monarchs

The Garden Classroom
Bee Friendly

The Container Garden
Spring Fling

Mike Nowak

Departments

Editor’s Note

Q & A

Ask Our Experts

Bee’s Eye View

What to Do in the Garden

Regional Reports

Potpourri
Gardening News and Views

Calendar of Events

Gardener’s Marketplace

Special Sections

Order-Direct Gardening

Spring Gardening Events

 

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