what's a good gardenign magazine

I keep trying new magazines about gardenign I want a good one that helps you become a better gardener and has good techniqual advice and ideas for gardens and what not to do's and stuff like that not one that just shows gardens that no matter how much I gardened and how much money I had I could never achieve even if I was the queen of england he he :- ) got any good ideas ? thanks Michelle "Love is the water in the garden of life "
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Somebody get me a copy of that good gardenign magazine too!!!
Maybe the sequel on garden reneging too!!!
Which one does the queen of England read?
Get me a carton of holy grails too, while you're at it!!!
"If gardening is the water in the kidneys of love life, who is responsible for getting out all the grass stains?"

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On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 10:19:41 GMT, "Cereoid-UR12-"

Tide of corse

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Over the years I've found "Fine Gardening" to be the best garden magazine.

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I like Garden Gate. It's practical, no ads, and not over the top. Check it out at www.gardegatemag.com . I hope this helps.

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On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 00:46:42 -0500, Michelle wrote:

There tons of good (and free) info on the Internet. Google is one search engine which has the ability to search for images, a great way to find out how plants are supposed to grow and look.
Your county extension agent (assuming you are in the US) should be able to counsel you. Most counties also have a master gardening program, a very good opportunity to learn and to connect with others.
Try a good library. Large cities usually have libraries with many mags from which to choose. Spend some time finding what you like. What others like is not necessarily something you can enjoy, too.
Contact the nearest botanical gardens. They're all over the US. Each should offer a reading room / library with references to keep your mind off the snow until tulips bloom.
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- Tallahassee, FL - Nature encourages no looseness, pardons no errors. Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Not a magazine but you might find something of what you want from the following links http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/htbg /
http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/ (Try their news letter)
--
David Hill
Abacus nurseries
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On 1/27/04 12:46 AM, in article snipped-for-privacy@4ax.com,

I like American Gardener. Cheryl
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