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Claroypadgett
Mar 15, 2018 4:23 PM CST
How do I subscribe to the magazine?
Name: Bill
Livonia, Michigan (Zone 6a)
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BigBill
Mar 16, 2018 7:30 AM CST
The National Gardening magazine or the National Gardening Association Newsletter?
If you mean the Newsletter it comes automatically with your membership via e-mail. Welcome to the forums and welcome to our little group. Welcome!
But on our web page if you scroll down to the bottom you will find a "Newsletter" link. There you can read past copies.
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plantladylin
Mar 16, 2018 1:58 PM CST
Hi Claroypadgett, Welcome!

I think at one time, NGA (National Gardening Association/garden.org) may have had a magazine but it has not been published in many years. We do have a weekly news letter available via e-mail; you can sign up for it here: https://garden.org/special/off...

I did find this information for a National Garden magazine that's published by the National Garden Clubs and is not associated with this website. Here's the link for information about subscribing to that magazine if it's what you are looking for: http://www.gardenclub.org/abou...
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