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On Mar 30, 2006, billyporter Nichols, IA (Zone 5a) wrote:
A very generous neighbor gave me a one year subscription and I really liked it. It's expensive, but since I only get two magazines, I feel it's a good one to keep. It has questions and answers, articles I can relate to, and very nice pictures.
On Feb 23, 2005, Joyous Himrod, NY (Zone 6a) wrote:
I love this magazine but the price has limited my subscribing to it. I inherited a couple years worth of "Fine Gardening" and would not part with them. I buy one or two copies a year depending on how the cover tempts me! Unfortunately I can spend more time being an armchair gardener with such a beautiful magazine then a hands on dirty finger nails gardener that I should be.
On Feb 16, 2004, binoche Dartmouth Canada (Zone 6a) wrote:
Have been going to the library and book shops for many years, justto sit and browse their magazine...this year I treated myself to a 3 year subsciption, as a christmas gift me. i agree, it is a bit costly...however you do get a reduced price if you choose the 3 yr subscription.
AND.....I will be saving EACH and EVERY issue.
On Aug 19, 2003, rutholive Tonasket, WA (Zone 5a) wrote:
I have subscribed to Fine Gardening I think from the first issue and get a lot of good ideas. Very interesting reading. I keep all the magazines and put 2 X 2 post-its at top of page for the articles I am most interested in, that way easy to find them. Store them by the year published.
On Aug 17, 2003, darius So.App.Mtns. United States (Zone 5b) wrote:
I love this magazine for it's tips as well as gardening articles and all the ideas it gives me. A bit pricey so I don't subscribe, but I do pick one up when I see it on the newstands. I also keep EVERY copy I get in my home reference library.