The Garden Issue: Preview March/April 2017

Victoria March/April 2017 Preview

All the trappings of spring are wrapped up in Victoria’s lovely March/April issue. From floral patterns and designs to vibrant displays of blooms and pastel-laden tablescapes, our entrepreneurs, décor, and cuisine are destined to inspire. Discover some of our favorite things in the timeless creations of April Cornell, the lushly cultivated roses of David Austin, OBE, and the treasured antiquities and hidden garden paths of beautiful Charlottesville, Virginia. Plus: Luxuriate in the surrounds of a hostel nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains and a restored bed and breakfast in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans.

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  • I am delighted to have received my subscriber copy in yesterday’s post. I stayed up until after 2 AM reading through the issue! BEAUTIFUL !!

    For those of us who experience the cold temps, snow, ice, and the bitterly cold winds of Winter will certainly appreciate this timely issue! The bright colours of the magazine cover brings cheer to those of us still knee-deep in the white stuff ….

    My favourite article centers around outside entertaining and the full colour spectrum of tablecloths, china, and floral arrangements! I really can’t wait to get outdoors and enjoy the warmth and growth of the garden!

    The article about David Austin’s roses was so wonderful too – sadly, I have never been very successful with roses and have developed a sort of ‘fear’ of them now… lovely to look at but difficult for me to grow with my soil. Ahhh, to dream of his gorgeous blooms in my garden is a beautiful fantasy indeed !

    Thank you Victoria for yet another smashing issue full of Springtime cheer and hope for those of us still waiting for the snow and ice to melt! A very well thought-out issue which covers a multitude of topics all within a beautiful issue!

    The timing of this issue is simply perfect !

    God bless!

    Brandon Hartford
    Te Deum Cottage

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