December 2014/January 2015
Vol. 62, No. 1
Pies to Savor
These main-dish pies bring together hearty, nutritious ingredients from the fall harvest. They're a classic comfort food the whole family can agree on.
By Samantha Linsell
The Zen of Candy
Inspired by flavors from the garden, a professional chocolatier created four sweet recipes just for readers of Organic Gardening. Feel free to indulge.
By Bryn Mooth
For the Love of Gardening
Planting beds raised 3 feet above ground level are an efficient, productive spot for a lifelong gardener to grow his vegetables—with no stooping required.
By Linda Askey
Nothing but Air
Air plants are known for their magical ability to thrive without ever dipping a root into soil. More than just houseplants, thry're living sculptures.
By Doug Hall
Design Like a Pro
A landscape makeover reveals a back yard's hidden assets.
Skills & Abilities
Prepare your garden for winter with our cold-weather checklist.
Eco-friendly holiday gifts
Salt and pepper get their due.
Nut butters are a healthful snack and so much more.
Calm everyday stresses with these restful herbs.
Ask Organic Gardening
Protect plants from snow and ice; bugs in birdseed; and more.
Good Bug, Bad Bug
A spider and its dance of doom.
Get to know the surprisingly intelligent American crow.
We Like These Tips!
Clever ideas from our readers.
How to improve soil drainage.
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From the Editors
Stockpiling the harvest.
A summer break can be good for the garden—and the gardener.
On the Cover: A savory Roast Beet and Onion Galette. Photograph by Mitch Mandel.
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