March, our 3rd edition, is bigger, and more comprehensive, then ever.
Get ready with this month's gardening 'to do' list, now, and enjoy spectacular gardens, later, this season.
Relax with Town & Country Gardens' poetical selection, and try some new recipes, all very easy to make, and they taste great.
Read part 2, on how to create your own, organic kitchen garden.
Great, classic garden design options, to consider, are being discussed there. Stunning, yet practical, and feasible to implement, solutions. See, which one will suit your needs!
Our new, regular feature will cover topics on classic herbs, and best methods of their propagation. Involve your children, show them how easy it is to propagate these beautiful, and useful plants.
Rosemary's this months special. Read "Classic Herbs" section, and get busy with "Propagating Rosemary". We hope, that you will find these propagating basics, not just useful, but a great fun, too.
See other, new features, we've begun. "Gardeners of Distinction" is a new addition to the CONTENTS section. Right now, it is rather modest in size, but it will, with time, grow bigger, and be more informative.
The other, TCG's favorites, called Contributors' Directory, will be providing links to great projects, Town & Country Gardens' friends work on, - all fascinating, versatile, and yet, easy to find in one place, -our references in CONTENTS section!
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