There are over 100 how-to gardening publications in this country.

Only GreenPrints magazine shares the human side: the joy, humor, frustrations, and heart in fine prose and fine art.

It's the best personal garden writing, old and new.

It's funny. It's tender. It's truthful. It's inspiring. There is absolutely no other gardening magazine like it. If you love to garden, you'll love to read the quarterly magazine of personal garden writing: GreenPrints, “The Weeder’s Digest!”

GreenPrints—like gardening—offers hope, joy, encouragement, peace, humor, beauty, friendship, and so much more. And who couldn’t use those things, now or anytime? It’s a much-cherished present—for yourself and your gardening friends and family!

And Now:

Our New & Beautiful
Autumn 2015 Issue!

Cover GreenPrints 103

For a sneak peek at the issue,
click on the cover!

“Oh, what a joy. It’s as if Glinda, the good witch in ‘The Wizard of Oz,’
showed up in my mailbox from time to time and blessed me.”
Fern Schoenrock,
Seattle, WA

Hello! I'm Pat Stone, the Editor of GreenPrints. I'm glad you've discovered us. GreenPrints is, as one reader warmly called it, "a hyacinth for the soul." We've been sharing the heart and humor of gardening for over 20 years. Still, not everyone knows about us.

But—ah, ha!—you found us! Or our web site, anyway. Take a look around. Check out the wonderful praise those who do know about GreenPrints lavish on us . . . browse through the current issue (with its beautiful art) and the Free Bonus Issue you get when you subscribe . . . enjoy reading some wonderful sample stories . . . maybe even listen to a story or two from our CDs! And then I hope you'll join us in this dearly loved journal of garden writing. You, too, will love it: I promise (and guarantee*) it.
P.O. Box 1355
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P.S. GreenPrints is blessed to have wonderful and renowned regular Contributing Editors, such as Mike McGrath (host of NPR’s “You Bet Your Garden”), Diana Wells (author of 100 Flowers and How They Got Their Names), and Becky Rupp (How Carrots Won the Trojan War).

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“The stories in this oasis of good tidings keep me at peace.
I always smile when I read this wonderful magazine.”

       —Barb Willliams Goldman
           Third Lake, IL


“You are one of our most cherished blessings.”
   —Kevin Topping
       Phenix City, AL


“I can’t believe that
I just read my
first copy of GreenPrints.
Where have I been?
—Marian Methner
Harrisburg, PA


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