Rodale's Organic Life - annual subscription

Rodale's Organic Life - annual subscription

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by Rodale Inc.
     
 

Current Issue: May and June, 2016

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ORGANIC GARDENING 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Last bought this magazine years ago. Always informative and have grown alot of great gardens using their methods. The magazine will psyche you up to get your hands in the dirt. And now I dont have to save stacks of magazines-- which we gardeners always do-- as this goes in my nook color. Good pictures, good in-depth articles, and you even get the advertizements for the worlds biggest tomato--which is half the fun of gardening mags.
RobinCo More than 1 year ago
I devour this magazine the moment I get it. Lots of great information and interesting articles if you're a gardener or want to get started with an organic garden. The only drawback is that it's bi-monthly. I wish it was a monthly.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
When I initially subscribed to Organic Life, it was a nice magazine with really helpful gardening tips. Since their recent transformation, it's too philosophical for me, nigh unto weird. I don't like it anymore.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sadly I will be canceling my subscription to OG. It has become too new-agey and now is trying to do other things besides talking about gardening in an attempt to appeal to the masses (making your own herbal remedies/ best tulips to plant now?!). OG used to be a fabulous magazine that really addressed gardening issues in a way that I felt I was learning from experts. This is no longer the case. This change in style is also reflected in Rodale's Runner's World magazine. Someone needs to talk to whoever is in charge and tell them to stop being too generic and stop trying to be popular with everybody.
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Loved this magazine. I will subscribe again before next spring.
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