Garden Ideas Issue 14
In Issue 14 (February 2017)
- Layers of bloomsDappled sunlight, a cool breeze, the faint, enticing scent of spring…it’s yours to enjoy with a stroll through a woodland garden.
- Play with patternRepeating shapes makes a garden more comfortable. Varying color, texture and size makes it more interesting. We’ll show you how to merge these two approaches.
- EdiblesSave money and get the most out of your garden with these tips for growing fresh and delicious fruits and vegetables.
- A simple cold frameCan’t wait to start your plants in spring? This project will help you get a head start.
- Fairy gardensWhimsical. Charming. Irresistible. Our three exclusive plans can help you create your own miniature landscape.
- On the cutting edgeWe’ll show you a no-cost way to add a crisp garden edge as well as explore several other options to add to your garden’s appeal.
- Sharpen your focusA well-placed focal point can transform a garden from OK to stunning. Learn how to choose and site these important elements.
- Try this garden idea…Support plants with what you have!
- AlliumsFew plants have more impact than these giant globes in spring. Here’s what you need to know to grow them.
- Moss phloxGuarantee a carpet of color in spring with this tough, attention-getting ground cover
- Pathside perfectionAdd interest to your walks with these low-growing beauties.
- Elegant backyard borderCreate a great-looking garden in part shade with our exclusive easy care plan.
- Natural charmHere’s a container garden plan that’ll look good in spring and beyond.