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The magazine has gone from an in-depth valuable resource for gardeners across Canada to more of a garden fashion format. Lots of beautiful pics but info lacking and often plants mislabeled. Good for people who need inspiration but not for moderate or seasoned gardeners. lots of gardens out and about from the miniscule to the acrid properties. There are quite a few in my neighbourhood alone. Why don't you feature more of these neighbourhood gardens?