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Your New Favorite Gardening Magazine: Wilder Quarterly

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For those of you missing the garden sections of the recently deceased ReadyMade magazine, take heart, there's a new publication on the horizon and according to Trend Central, it's "poised to become the indie authority on the natural world."

Ooo, gardening goodness!

Wilder Quarterly, with roughly 180 pages in its premiere issue, will be available in September with articles including a pickling tutorial held at Brooklyn's Vinegar Hill House, an interview with mycologist and TED speaker Paul Stamets, a visit to Yves Saint Laurent's Jardin Majorelle in Morocco, regional gardening tips, and home harvest cooking ideas, reports Trend Central.

Want to pre-order your first issue of Wilder Quarterly? Go here.

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