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My absolute favorite magazine and unique in the German-speaking market! Every season, “let it bloom” delivers beautiful portraits of people who love flowers and gardens as much as I do.
On the content of the current issue, the editors write:
This issue spans a wide arc through the seasons. We start with still summery rose pictures in the portrait of the Kalbus rose nursery and end with snowdrops in Linda Zimmermann’s winter-beautiful dream garden. In between you will find a portrait of two Slowflower members. In the south we visited the likeable Arjen Huese with photographer Ling Khor, and in the north Maria Herzog captured the “Wild Flora” with her camera. Author and landscape planner Rainer Elstermann takes us to his Magic Moments, while columnist Katrin Lugerbauer reflects on contentment in the garden. And finds it!
We have admired Anna Potter, the British star florist, for a long time, but with her new book she is getting really philosophical. We absolutely had to introduce you to the art book “Cyanotype” and the pioneer of this photo technique, Anna Atkins. Anja and Andreas from the “Little Garden of Horrors” and their highly recommended book on raised beds.
We discovered great women-art-flowers collaborations with Cathrin Fichte and her flowers as well as photographer Kathrin Herold and designer Eva Valentina Ruthe. The perennialist among you will surely be interested in Anke Schmidt’s classification of the happenings around the Hermannshof in Weinheim. “Die Staudengärtnerei” by Fine Molz and Till Hofmann is dedicated to the contemporary use of perennials and the two explain what planting in sand is all about. Young perennial gardener Stefanie Eidmann is really taking off, and shows why the profession is so beautiful. Ulla Nolden takes us to London to the Chelsea Physic Garden, where she works as a volunteer, and our author Sebastian Conrad brought beautiful photos and background information on Sarah Price’s garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.
I don’t know how often we have already quoted the great Karl Foerster, just recently again in the Autumn Star Portrait by Kathrin Hofmeister. We are very pleased that Hermann Oehring, who still knew Karl Foerster’s daughter as well as some of his companions, presents him in a detailed portrait.
134 pages, German, printed on 100% recycled paper using environmentally friendly vegetable oil-based inks.