Vol. 61, No. 6
Meet the New Tulips
By planting organically grown bulbs in your garden this fall, you're investing in change—and ensuring a colorful spring.
By Marty Ross
A Floating Garden
From sowing "seed" to the briny harvest, farming oysters is not unlike cultivating a vegetable garden.
By Brian Halweil
Visit a garden where beautiful food plants are interwoven with flowers in a pollinator-pleasing tapestry.
By Kate Frey
Fruit for Thought
Ready for something different? Expand your horizons with these five tasty but unusual fruit crops.
By Nan K. Chase
Design Like a Pro
Clever ways to integrate edible crops into your landscape.
Skills & Abilities
Plant propagation made easy.
We Like This!
On-the-go recipes for picnics.
Turnips and rutabagas.
Heal with Herbs
Herbs to include in your health and beauty regimen.
Ask Organic Gardening
Fall lawn care; planting shallots; squirrel wars.
We Love These Tips
Classic organic advice from Robert Rodale.
How to improve your soil's structure.
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From the Editors
Living an organic life.
What you can do to protect birds.
On the Cover: Plant tulip bulbs now for spring bouquets. Photograph by Thomas MacDonald.
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