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May/June 2018

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Cover: Cumbanita Rose Splash geranium

Photo Courtesy of Ron Capek


Features

The Best Known Misnamed Plant

Geraniums are popular because they’re beautiful. Now new varieties are increasing their allure. By Jean Starr

Brotherly Gardening

A shared space has provided the setting for a rich life of constant beauty and a sense of purpose. By Carolyn Ulrich

DIY and Then Some

If you set your mind to it, you can surprise yourself (and the world) with your accomplishments. That’s certainly true of Chris and Laurie Beytes. By Carolyn Ulrich


Columns

The New Gardener

Balcony Gardening

Design Tips

Cottage Charm in an Urban Yard


The Indoor Garden

A Little TLC for Houseplants

The Edible Garden

Incredible Edible Sorrel

The Hands-On Gardener

Let There be Light

Chicagoland Natives

Amazing Agastaches

The Garden Classroom

Why Grow in Coconut Coir

Mike Nowak

When Garden Clubs Go Bad

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

Glorious Gardens of the Midwest

 

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