Our 21st Year of Publication

If you garden in or around the Nutmeg State, Connecticut Gardener is for you. For more than 20 years
it's been the definitive resource on gardening in Connecticut, written by local gardeners for local gardeners.
Connecticut Gardener will become a trusted source of information. You'll wonder how you ever gardened without it.

"This publication is required reading for anyone who gardens
in Connecticut. It is our home-grown treasure -- Connecticut authors, local events, sound
advice from folks who experience
all of the extremes and challenges that this state can dish out."

Nancy DuBrule-Clemente,
owner of Natureworks and
past president of CT NOFA.

Unlike other gardening publications, you can use everything
you read about in Connecticut Gardener. It's packed with
local information. We don't waste your time or money
with articles about plants you can't grow.

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Connecticut Gardener is available by subscription and at
select events and retailers.

We publish in print and digitally four times a year:
March/April, May/June, July/August and September/October.

We also publish a fifth, digital-only issue, in November/December.

Subscriptions range from $22 for one year of print (4 print issues)
to $69 for three years of print+digital (12 print/digital issues and
3 digital-only issues).

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Check Out Our Back Issues ...

May/June 2012 May/June 2013 March/April 2014 March/April 2015

We believe in environmentally friendly practices, including those recommended by the Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA). A PDF of NOFA's "Standards for Organic Land Care" is available online.

Connecticut Gardener is printed with vegetable-based inks on recycled paper by PCI Creative Group LLC in Stamford. PCI is certified by the State of Connecticut as a women-owned small business.

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