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|On Sep 15, 2011, 85Tate Quincy, MA (Zone 6a) wrote:
GG is so far the best. Their photography is stunning. I have been subscribed since 2009 and paid for the coming issues till 2014! Never disappointed me.
|On Jul 12, 2008, ecmama Whitehall, WI (Zone 4a) wrote:
I have subscribed to this magazine for the past 3 years, and I love it! There are lots of great ideas, projects, and all around good information in it. My only complaint is that there aren't more pages!
|On Jun 30, 2007, dlefferts Agawam, MA (Zone 6a) wrote:
I think this is a great magizine for gardeners. One of the best on the market.
|On Oct 28, 2006, rhodesja Manchester, CT wrote:
my mom got us a subscription to this magazine . It's a great magazine. really cool articles and interesting information on bugs,plants,tools etc. we really enjoy it .
|On Oct 27, 2006, rvnsbrk Leesburg, VA (Zone 7a) wrote:
This is the best gardening magazine I get. And I get a lot! Excellent and helpful articles. Great quality offerings in their store. Just ordered a gift subscription for my Mom and she loves it too!! Keep up the good work!!
|On Mar 30, 2006, billyporter (Zone 5a) wrote:
I picked up magazine # 6. It was exactly what I was looking for. I ordered all the back issues. I like the questions and answers, and the ideas people have come up with. But I mostly like it because of the timely articles, and they always seemed to cover my planting problems and needs. It's a magazine I'll never quit taking.
|On Nov 5, 2005, DonnaMack Elgin, IL (Zone 5a) wrote:
I have subscribed to Garden Gate since February of 1998, when the very first issue covered, amongst other things, moon gardens, types of thalictrum, hibiscus and garden tools, all of which were of great help with installing my first garden when I moved into a single family home later that YEAR. I never miss an issue, and have extended my subscription to 2008. The absence of advertising gives this publication the ability to be totally objective. Unlike several far more expensive magazines, GG avoids the trendiness that makes other publications useless. GG also does something VERY unusual. They feature new plants each year, but also go back to them a year later and review their actual performance. There is less emphasis on the very expensive gardens of the wealthy, for whom cost is no object, which are often designed by professionals, and are often overwhelming in cost and scale, and more emphasis on incorporating ornamental trees, grasses, bulbs, roses, annuals and perennials into a personal design. With articles on soil, pruning, disease and critter control, and just about every aspect of actually planting and maintaining a yard, itís my favorite gardening publication by far.
|On Nov 4, 2005, Erynne Orangeville, ON (Zone 4b) wrote:
Now I know why gardeners love this magazine; it is truly informative! I just received my first issue from the company and got a back issue from e-bay. Wow! No ads to interrupt my reading! I can't wait for the next of many issues to reach my home. Two thumbs up Garden Gate!!
|On Sep 26, 2005, PrairieGirlZ5 Thornton, IL wrote:
I have been a subscriber for several years, and have given three special friends gift subscriptions. I wish this magazine came every month! The feature I love best is the garden plans: they include plant names (common and latin), no. of plants to use in the design, cold(USDA)/heat(AHS) zones, mature height/width of plant, additional comments and a complete list of alternatives, sometimes more than one! Comments are descriptive and often include helpful info.on maintenance; the design also includes both a layout plan and a 3-D rendering! Their articles always provide both the common and botanical names of plants, one little feature that 'spoils' you. This magazine inspired me to return to school for a degree in horticulture!!
|On Aug 30, 2005, chunx San Diego, CA wrote:
A few weeks ago, I received one of their free preview issues to check out. I was very impressed, so I ordered the magazine. I figured the preview issue would be a lot better than what I would receive regularly, but I just received my first subscription issue last week. I was wrong! This is a very informative magazine and had a lot of topics that pertained to my area and my tastes. Keep in mind that I've purchased a couple of million gardening magazines and books which mostly ended up in the trash.
|On Feb 26, 2005, maggiemoo Conroe, TX (Zone 9a) wrote:
One of the things I like best about this magazine is that they offer heat zone info as well as hardiness zones (it's usually the heat that kills plants in south TX), and they always offer alternantive plant selections. Their reader's tips are always helpful, and I agree with others that my only wish is that this would come every month instead of every two months!
|On Feb 23, 2005, Joyous Himrod, NY (Zone 6a) wrote:
My favortite gardening magazine. I am blessed to have a complete set of "Garden Gate" and treasure each and every one of them.
|On Feb 16, 2005, trunnels Plano, TX (Zone 8a) wrote:
I love getting this magazine. So many hints that are truly helpful, and not too much advertising.
|On Dec 16, 2004, Windy Belleville , IL (Zone 6b) wrote:
I love this magazine. I even got a gift subscription for my neighbor who I think needed a little more knowledge about plants.
|On Jul 16, 2004, GrnThmbRookie Hartford, WI wrote:
I LOVE this magazine! I picked up one copy at the grocery store and then immediately got on-line to buy a two year subscription.
|On Aug 25, 2003, langbr Olathe, KS (Zone 6a) wrote:
Love it!! Tons of info from readers, staff authors, and good links to suppliers of the plants and products mentioned in the articles. My only comment for improvement...wish it came every month!
|On Aug 19, 2003, rutholive Tonasket, WA (Zone 5a) wrote:
Very readable magazine. I especially like their Tips & Techniques, From the Test Garden, and also What's New. I live in a small rural area and depend on magazines for much of my info and shopping. Also have very good pertinent articles.
|On Aug 14, 2003, Joan Belfield, ND (Zone 4a) wrote:
A very informative magazine. One of my top two favorite magazines that I get.
|On Aug 14, 2003, Terry Murfreesboro, TN (Zone 7a) wrote:
Great ideas, beautiful gardens and no (or very limited) advertising. Well worth the annual subscription!