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Experts Pick Their Favorite Plants

We asked 42 gardening experts from around the country to select their favorite plants. Now you can see the complete results of the survey.

In the January/February2012  issue of Fine Gardening (#143), you'll discover our experts' top ten plants nationwide (pp. 60-63) as well as the plants that earned regioinal top ten honors in the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, Southern Plains, Southwest, Mountain West, and Northwest (pp. 64-74).

 

Readers hungry for more information can view the compete survey results by clicking on the links below. It's a great way to choose a plant that's likely to thrive in your part of the country.

 

Expert Plant Picks: Eastern United States 

Expert Plant Picks: Midwest and Plains 

Expert Plant Picks: Western United States