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Choosing the Best Garden Magazine

by Kelly Richardson, All About Lawns Columnist

There are literally hundreds of garden magazines that offer advice to homeowners for a flourishing garden. But how do you know you are reading the best garden magazine on the rack. Here are some of the more popular garden magazines and what they have to offer.

As any true green thumb will tell you, one of the best resources for a full and lush garden is a good garden magazine. A garden magazine features a collection of advice and techniques combined with advertisement for products that will improve the look and feel of your garden. Sometimes it can be difficult to wade through the myriad of magazines to find the one that will provide you with the best advice. Here are a few of my favorites.
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The Garden Magazine Guide

  • Better Homes and Gardens. This is one of the oldest and most reliable garden magazines on the market. If you can get through all of the advertisements, the advice and techniques in Better Homes and Gardens is some of the best you can find.
  • Organic Gardening. This garden magazine has ridden the organic wave all the way to the magazine racks. With helpful tips on the most effective Organic Gardening techniques, Organic Gardening will show you how to grow the healthiest vegetables for your kitchen table.
  • Horticulture Online. This online garden magazine is a good one because it covers growing vegetables, plants, and flowers in your garden. It also has a great online forum where members can share tips and techniques with other members.
  • You Grow Girl. This is a great magazine for the newbie gardener. It specializes in the most basic garden growing information written in a language that the inexperienced gardener can understand. If you are new to the garden game, this just might be the magazine for you.


About the Author
Kelly Richardson has obsessive compulsive lawn disorder and is afflicted with the need to share his knowledge with the world. Kelly writes lawn columns for a variety of home and garden magazines and e-zines.

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