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PUBLIC GARDEN MAGAZINE

Public Garden, the magazine of the American Public Gardens Association, presents current, engaging content devoted to the world of public gardens.

Each year, Public Garden connects with more than 10,000 industry professionals through print and digital issues. The magazine is published quarterly in May, August, November, and February.

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PUBLIC GARDEN ISSUE ARCHIVE

Issues are listed in order of most recent issue first.

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August 2021 Magazine Cover

Volume 36, No. 3

August

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PG Mag November 2021 Issue

Volume 36, No. 4

November

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May 2021 Magazine Cover

Volume 26, No. 2

May

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Volume 26, No. 1

January

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ISSUE CONTENT

Backbones are the main articles that make up a large portion of Public Garden editorial content. Some recur in each issue, others on a bi-annual or annual basis, depending on content received.

  • Digging Deep: Case Studies
  • Horticultural How-To’s
  • Small Garden, Big Impact
  • Learning in the Garden
  • Pushing The Boundaries
  • Global View
  • Multi-disciplinary/Multi-industry

Focal Points are feature articles covering high-profile subjects that play significant roles in the horticulture field, nationally or internationally. These editorials push the boundaries of topics introduced through our main articles (‘Backbones’).

Recurring segments make up Perennial Selections. Each is generally no more than one page and contains a high proportion of imagery. These segments include:

  • Garden Professional Spotlight
  • Program Spotlight
  • How Does Your Garden Grow?
  • Photosynthesis
  • Garden Exhibits