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Garden Design Magazine’s spring issue is a celebration of flowers. Wildflowers, edible flowers, flowers for cutting, and enlivening landscapes.

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I have more than one favorite article from this issue. Anything on daffodils and spring flowers is always hard to resist, and there are other stories that have stuck with me: A feature on small gardens with big ideas, another highlighting mint and making your own elderflower cordial, and of course anything that focuses on garden ecology and working with nature.

Now is the time to take note of what’s blooming and plan for next spring.

Daffodils are one of the most reliable spring flowers because of their built in resistant to gophers and other critters looking for a free meal (thanks to their poisonous nature). Make a running list of varieties to grow, and learn everything you need to know about daffodils from bulb to blossom by subscribing to Garden Design.

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Thank you and enjoy!

Other articles you may enjoy:

Annie Hayes, Attracting Toads to Your Garden, Cooking with Edible Flowers, Cut Flower Garden, Daffodils, Edible Flowers, expert advice, flowers, garden design, Garden Ecology, gardening, Grow What You Love, Landscaping with Flowers, Magazine Subscription Discount, Pass the Pistil, Small Gardens, wildflowers


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