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January/February 2019

Subscribers can read the Chicagoland Gardening January/February 2019 issue online.

Cover: On Top Pink Halo tuberous begonia

Photographed at Ball Horticultural by Ron Capek







Features

Best and Brightest

See the stars of Ball Horticultural’s most recent plant trials. By Carolyn Ulrich

The Joys of Maturity

A noted local plantsman followed the “right plant, right place” mantra as he developed his Indiana garden over the years. By Jean Starr

They Don’t Mind a Little Work

These adventurous gardeners relish the challenges of their Riverside site. By Cathy Jean Maloney



Columns

The Container Garden

From Spring to Fall: Theme and Variation

Design Tips

Lincoln Park Jewel Box

The Hands-On Gardener

When Trees Go Rogue

The Indoor Garden

Overwintering Brugmansia and Datura

The Edible Garden

Small Fruits for Your Small Garden

Chicagoland Natives

Bewitching Witch Hazels

New Gardener

All About Dirt

Problem Solver

Give ‘em Hell Strips

Mike Nowak




Departments

Q & A

Ask The Garden Pros

What to Do in the Garden

Bee’s Eye View

Regional Reports

Potpourri
Gardening News and Views

Calendar of Events

Gardening Tools

 

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