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March/April 2018

Subscribers can read the Chicagoland Gardening March/April 2018 issue online.

Cover: Iris sibirica ‘Caesar’s Brother’

Photo Courtesy of Chicago Botanic Garden

Features

A Gift from the Gods
Iris are easy to grow, long-lasting and elegant. Think of them as heaven-sent. By Carolyn Ulrich

City Villa with Views
Traditional garden elements are reinterpreted in this contemporary landscape design. By Cathy Jean Maloney

Gardens of the Pros: A Passion for Perfection
This North Shore garden is a shining demonstration of how to work creatively with trees and shrubs. By Carolyn Ulrich


Free Bonus: 2018 Resource Guide

Columns

New Gardener
Vegetable Basics

The Indoor Garden
Azaleas for the House

The Edible Garden
Beans: The Easy Vegetable

The Hands-On Gardener
The Art of Bonsai

Design Tips
Wake Up a Flower Bed

Chicagoland Natives
Golden Alexanders

The Garden Classroom
Sheds Go Chic

Mike Nowak
Who’s a Good Little Garden?

Departments

Editor’s Note

Q & A

Ask the Garden Pros

Regional Reports

What to Do in the Garden

Potpourri
Gardening News and Views

Calendar of Events

Gardener’s Marketplace


Special Sections

Order-Direct Gardening

Native Gardening

 

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