Dig In Northern Garden Guide

Ready to grow

a thriving northern garden?

Find growing tips specifically for northern gardeners—so you can spend less time digging for useful info and more time in your beautiful garden.

Grow with us

You want to garden, not waste time and money on a glut of irrelevant information from other places. For 156+ years, we've been supporting northern gardeners with classes, Northern Gardener® magazine, community programs and biweekly Northern Gardener™ E-news—so you can quickly find trustworthy tips and get back into your garden feeling confident and supported.

advertisement

Ready, Set, Grow!

All ages and skill levels welcome. Three easy ways to get started:

  • 1.

    Download

    our free guide for new northern gardeners

  • 2.

    Join

    22,000+ northern gardeners receiving our free biweekly e-news

  • 3.

    ENJOY

    your beautiful, thriving northern garden!

What's happening now...

Our members are loving the benefits...

I love the discounts with the member card. I like to keep track of what that is saving me. I think it pretty much pays for the yearly membership.

Linda, Minneapolis

You can get other magazines and learn about plants that only last five minutes here. I like that the magazine is practical and local.

Lollie, Golden Valley

Thank you for the fantastic talk on spring garden planning. You had so much information and direction—we loved it. You covered it all: rotation, companions, successions, placement of plants for weed and insect control and use of cover crops.

Prudy, Olmsted County Master Gardeners

Yes, yes, yes! I do want my membership renewed. I so love the magazine and, as a master gardener involved with community gardens, I appreciate the MN Green program!

Doris, Minneapolis

Being in a northern climate, it’s nice to have things specific to my growing zone. I love taking tours of other people’s gardens as we do this through the magazine and see what others are doing. I like the environmental information. You guys have a finger on the pulse what's going on with our planet.

Cathleen, Bird Creek, Alaska

Learn more about the benefits of being a member.

vert community outreach sponsors (1)