Garden Design Magazine is Back!

Garden Design Magazine is back in 2014, website live now!Have you heard? Garden Design Magazine is back! Even better, it is aligned to make it the go to landscape/outdoor reference for both designers and homeowners. When the magazine folded back in April, we were left with importing magazines from across the pond or buying 10 shelter magazines for one article each month. Even though the magazine in its past state had issues (skewed content towards wealthy, modern Southern Californians), it was the only source for design trends, and garden articles written for folks who can id more than just boxwoods and hydrangeas.

I am lucky to be privy to a few specifics about what you can expect from the first printed magazine (Summer 2014 issue) and the already launched website.

Garden Design Website Summer 2014 Magazine relaunch

New Leadership

With the new magazine comes new leadership and Jim Peterson is just the man to getting the job done. Jim offers a unique / fresh perspective, coming at the magazine from a different angle then a background in publishing. Jim’s roots stem from two already successful ventures in the Concrete Network and Landscape Network which offer professionals and consumers a forum for sharing design ideas, photos galleries, and products information. Jim has been reaching out to designers across the country asking their perspective into the Garden Design brand; the good and the bad and is leveraging those ideas with a social platform. Garden Design will have a very strong editorial eye and voice, and will embrace the entire garden design community in content representation .

Source: thinkingoutsidetheboxwood.com


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