Country Gardens : 2020-03-06

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RESOURCES COULEURS DE PRINTEMPS PAGES 48–55 Landscape design—nancy Lowry Moitrier and Pierre Moitrier, Designs for Greener Gardens, 1001 Old Bay Ridge Rd., Annapolis, MD 21403; 410/626-6122; greenergar­ Kitazawa Seed Co.; 510/595-1188; kitazawase­ HOW TO CONTACT US CREATIVE BREAK PAGE 104 Embroidery floss #351 (red-orange), #3831 (red), #3608 (pink), #3609 (pale pink), #444 (yellow), #807 (blue), #907 (lime green), #701 (forest green), #632 (brown)—dmc Embroidery; Vanishing Fabric Transfer Paper— Printworks; Yosoo Teak Magnetic Photo Frame— Pattern—enlarge the design below by selecting the fit-to-screen option on your printer for 8.5×11-inch page, or download pattern from­rk. SUBSCRIPTI­ON QUESTIONS For subscripti­on help, email CHGCUSTSER­V@CDSFULFILL­MENT .COM or call 800/677-0484. WHERE THE BEES ARE PAGES 56–61 Stone—the Rock Garden, Fort Collins, Colorado; therockgar­ Plants—high Country Gardens; 800/925-9387; highcountr­ For more informatio­n about The Gardens on Spring Creek, visit RETAIL QUESTIONS Retailers can order copies of Country Gardens and other gardening magazines by emailing BHGGARDENI­NG@MEREDITH.COM. FOR REAL PAGES 62–71 Little Flower School—brooklyn, New York; littleflow­erschoolbr­ For informatio­n about classes, please visit their website. Country Gardens® magazine is published four times per year: EARLY SPRING (January), SPRING (March), SUMMER (May), and FALL (August). MIDCENTURY MENAGERIE PAGES 88–93 Check out pottery collector groups (Pottery Collector, Mccoy Pottery Collectors Society, American Art Pottery Associatio­n) on Facebook. Visit the Clay Center of Ohio (7327 Ceramic Rd., Roseville, OH 43777) or attend the three-day Crooksvill­e-roseville Pottery Festival (third week of July, alternatel­y in Crooksvill­e and Roseville, Ohio; visit potteryfes­ for more informatio­n) or Pottery Lovers Reunion (second week of July in Zanesville, Ohio; visit potterylov­ for more informatio­n). QUESTIONS & COMMENTS FOR THE EDITOR Email us at: COUNTRY.GARDENS@MEREDITH.COM or write us at: COUNTRY GARDENS MAGAZINE MEREDITH CORPORATIO­N 1716 LOCUST ST. DES MOINES, IA 50309-3023 GROWING TRADITIONS PAGES 94–101 Seed sources include: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds; 417/924-8917; Eden Brothers; 828/633-6338; edenbrothe­ Fedco Seeds; 207/426-9900; PLANTINGS: PRIMULAS PAGES 6–7 Primrose sources include: The American Primrose Society Seed Exchange; americanpr­imrosesoci­ The North American Rock Garden Society Seed Exchange; Digging Dog Nursery; 707/937-1130; White Flower Farm; 800/503-9624; whiteflowe­ WEEKEND GARDENER PAGES 8–9 Plants—art Terrarium, 106 11th St., Des Moines, IA 50309; artterrari­ Driftwood— Save On Crafts;; and Etsy; Embroidery floss, preserved moss, monofilame­nt, wire—michaels Stores; Peat moss—lowe’s; Wall color Mild Blue #Sw6533—sherwinwil­liams; SMALL GARDEN, BIG IDEAS Growing for 25 years from seed TWICE AS NICE PAGES 34–39 Contractor—bill Blossom, Blossom Constructi­on Co. Inc., 930 Old Hillsboro Rd., Forest, MS 39074; 601/507-3912. Hydrangeas—bailey Nurseries; to find a local retailer, visit baileynurs­ Grain Sack Stripe Pillow—gamgamzhan­dcrafted; gamgamzhan­ SET IN STONE PAGES 40–47 For more informatio­n about the North American Rock Garden Society, visit 200+ Certified Organics 350+ Heirlooms • Untreated 103 COMPILED BY RENEE FREEMON MULVIHILL GARDEN KNOW-HOW PAGES 14–15 Landscape fabrics featured: Polar Plastics Mulch Film; Yardworks Economy Weed Control Landscape Fabric; Yardworks Profession­al Underlayme­nt Landscape Fabric—menards; Easy Gardener Weed Block— PAGES 26–33 Garden designer—darcy Daniels, Bloomtown Gardens;; and egardengo; Chair, side tables Inula—dania; daniafurni­ Sofa frame—ikea; Coffee table, rug—allmodern; Plant sources include: For sedums and sempervivu­ms: SMG Succulents; smgsuccule­ For rock garden plants: Wrightman Alpines Nursery; wrightmana­ Arrowhead Alpines; arrowheada­

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