Our mission: to help your Washington DC area garden grow!
Our Next Issue
• Green Roofs and Walls in our Mid-Atlantic Region
• Daytrip to the Rawlings Conservatory
• Growing Radiant Radishes
• Japanese Cedar Longhorned Beetle
• An Interview with a DC Rooftop Farmer
• Meeting Up with Botanical Society of Washington
• Heaths and Heathers Plant Profile and Varieties
• Before/After of a Prison Yard
• An Intriguing Personal Garden Story
• Hepaticas—Lovely Native
• Coverage of several local events
• Answers to readers’ questions such the best berry varieties for our region, and much, much more...
Washington Gardener is getting a brand new Web Site Redesign!
In the meantime, here are some quick links to keep you updated and in the loop:
~ Washington Gardener TOURS
Washington Gardener Magazine subscribers receive discounts on our UPCOMING garden tours to the Philadelphia Flower Show. Please Visit http://washingtongardener.blogspot.com/ for more information.
~ Washington Gardener SEED EXCHANGES
Washington Gardener Magazine is hosting two Seed Exchanges: January 26, 2013 at Brookside Gardens in Wheaton, MD, and February 2, 2013 at Green Spring Gardens in Alexandria, VA. Attend one or both. Details posted here:
~ Washington Gardener ENEWSLETTER
Our monthly Enewsletter contains a local garden to-do list, an area garden events calendar, and much more.
Our current issue is online here:
~ Washington Gardener Discussion List
Washington DC area gardeners can now talk directly to each other on the Washington Gardener online discussion list. Ask burning questions. Discuss best plant sources. Network and trade with local folks. To join the email list serv, just send an email to: WashingtonGardenerfirstname.lastname@example.org.
~ Washington Gardener BLOG
The blog is a behind-the-scenes on the magazine and for local garden news. Here is the address to read it: http://washingtongardener.blogspot.com/. We try to post blog updates a few times a week. Feel free to pass this link along and bookmark it - it's free!
~ Washington Gardener Twitter Feed
Follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/WDCGardener. We share what we are doing, what events we are at, and what is going on in local gardens.
~ Washington Gardener FaceBook Page
See photo albums, get the inside scoop on upcoming magazine stories, and chat with fellow readers.
Like/Friend us at www.Facebook.com/WashingtonGardenerMagazine
~ Washington Gardener Pinterest Boards
Follow us on Pinterest at http://pinterest.com/WDCGardener. We share inspiration from local gardens and our favorite plants.
Washington Gardener Magazine subscribers also receive:
~ Discounts to Washington Gardener Magazine events including our annual Seed Exchange and trip to the Philadelphia Flower Show
~ Invitations to Washington Gardener Magazine events like our monthly Urban Garden lecture series, annual Open Garden, Tomato Tasting each August, etc.
We are also having a BACK ISSUE SALE!
BTW We have back issues of the magazine are $6 each. They are now on sale for 6 for $24 or get the entire set of ALL back issues for just $100 – prices including postage.
All About Washington Gardener
Washington Gardener magazine, the gardening publication published specifically for the local metro area — zones 6-7 — Washington DC and its suburbs. We sent out our premiere issue in March/April 2005 and we are now celebrating our 5th anniversary!
The content of the magazine gives real examples that you can use immediately in your own garden. It will save you time and show you how to stretch your garden resources. It will inspire you with new ideas and new ways of looking at things. With all of that, we don’t forget to include a heavy dose of whimsy, a sense of humor, and a portion of wonder. We have some great stories in the works — from Unique Plant Combinations to Starting a Water Garden to Growing Vegetables in Tight Spaces — we can’t wait to share them with our readers!
If you are a DC area gardener, you’ll love Washington Gardener magazine!
The magazine is written entirely by local area gardeners. They have real-world experience with the same problems you experience in your own gardens. They’ll be sharing their thoughts on what to plant in deep shade, how to cover bare spots, which annuals work best throughout the humid DC summers, and much more.
To subscribe to our magazine: Send a check for $20.00 payable to “Washington Gardener” magazine to: Washington Gardener, 826 Philadelphia Ave., Silver Spring, MD 20910 OR to pay via Paypal/credit card click on the subscribe link.
In addition, we offer a line of Washington Gardener
t-shirts, mugs, etc. Great gift items and a fantastic way to show you’re a member of the local gardening community. To browse, click on the merchandise menu link.
Washington Gardener is a woman-owned business based in Silver Spring, MD.
We are proud to be members of:
Garden Writers Association
DC Web Women
American Women in Communications
Co-op America Magazine Leaders Network