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App DescriptionFor nearly 70 years, Organic Gardening magazine has inspired and empowered readers with information they trust about working in harmony with nature in their gardens and treading lightly on the environment in all aspects of their lives. Today, Organic Gardening still leads the charge toward a sustainable future with editorial that shows readers how to care about their health, homes, and gardens safely and naturally, and lively photography that captures the beauty of the garden.
Organic Gardening Magazine June/July 2013
Vol. 60, No. 4
Growing Lavender for Art & Soul: Technology gives us a new canvas for using this fragrant herb, beloved for centuries for its ability to soothe body and spirit.
Creature Comforts: Gardening to nurture wildlife doesn’t mean sacrificing beauty or drought tolerance, as this Austin, Texas, garden brilliantly proves.
Vegetable Literacy: Deborah Madison’s new cookbook celebrates the nuances of different vegetable families. In our exclusive excerpt, she focuses on the humble yet indispensable bean.
Design Dilemmas: Smart ways to think about shade.
Skills & Abilities: How to stake plants; peeling tomatoes.
We Like This!: Our pets deserve organic products, too.
Profiles: Greene & Black’s Organic founder Craig Sams believes biochar can save us.
Simply Fresh: Summer berries with an appealing tartness.
Flower Power: The healing properties of sunny calendula.
Pay Dirt: Weeds in a lawn aren’t just a nuisance; they’re a sign that the soil needs help.
Ask Organic Gardening: Flowers for hummingbirds, Japanese beetle control, and dealing with mosquitoes.
Good Bug, Bad Bug: The spotted wing drosophila is a tiny invader that’s having a big impact on fruit.
Earth Matters: How fracking affects farmers, becoming a citizen scientist, and the petite Guinea hog.
Common Ground: Taking it slow: Felder Rushing on the rewards of gardening thoughtfully.
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