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Blue leaves and an acorn of Englemann oak (Quercus englemannii). Photo: James Henrich

At Pacific Horticulture we consider our content to be “evergreen”—perennially relevant and a valuable resource whether you’re new to the garden or a seasoned professional. We’ve been producing stories about landscapes and unique West Coast gardening conditions for nearly 40 years and our contributors have dirt under their nails as well as knowledge and expertise to impart.

Since 1976, as a non-profit 501(c) 3 organization, we’ve been publishing our magazine through the efforts of talented freelance writers, photographers, and artists, who generously donate their work in support of our mission to inspire and educate West Coast gardeners.

Thanks to a recent grant from the Stanley Smith Horticultural Trust PHS is pleased to announce another 5 years of content has been recently added to our online archives. That’s an additional 20 issues—roughly 200 articles—freely available to anyone, anywhere, at any time, on any device.

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