editor’s note

As we barrel toward 2020, you’ll find that this issue of celebrates what’s old and what’s new. The magazine itself is entering its 116th year, so I suppose we can count it among

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Editor’s Note
What better activity is there this winter than to hunker down at home and plan 2021’s garden additions and changes? Horticulture is here to help. This issue includes our annual feature on award-winning plants (“The Best of the Bunch,” page 26). It’s
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Turner’s Top Picks
These all did great in Texas and Sydney, Australia, and they’re also doing well here in Utah. They all have one thing in common: They are vigorous. I’m not a fan of stunted, puny flowers. I love plants that fill in and cover the garden with color, li
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Floor It
Large houseplants have become the pièce de résistance of many interior-decorating schemes, and with good reason. Having a large floor plant in your home brings nature indoors in a way that a smaller plant or collection of plants can’t quite do. And w