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GreenPrints Magazine Publishes Winter 2022-23 Issue

Mequoda Publishing Network, publisher of GreenPrints Magazine, has released their Winter 2022-23 issue featuring delightful, heartwarming gardening stories, poetry, quotations, and original art.

The Winter issue of GreenPrints Magazine features 15 down-to-earth essays by contributing authors from all over the country. The stories range from heartwarming to heartbreaking, and they all share a special insight into the gardener’s experience. These aren’t how-to articles; they’re stories straight from the heart.

Georgia Hubley shares a childhood memory of helping her mom make handmade gifts, and the home recipe with unintended – and humorous – consequences. Alice Helen Masek shares her gardening adventures in helping preserve the original strain of the delicious boysenberry, and her family’s dedication to keep the plant line going from generation to generation.

Not all stories have happy endings, but many come with a lasting message of inspiration. Such is the case in Robert Beringer’s story of the Lily Bushes. Dave Bachman shares the lesson he learned about the magic of childhood and the power of a name in his story about the upside-down flower tree.

“Green Redemption” by Theresa Sanford-Schmit shares the power of memory and the strong, lasting connection of the garden to family. Sandra Green’s poem “Pine Tree” finds the extraordinary in the ordinary.

Gardening is really a year-round effort, and sometimes gardeners are so busy gardening they miss out on some of the growing beauty around them. GreenPrints shares an excerpt from the work of 20th-century author Karel Capek, who reminds readers to remember why they garden, and the marvelous work that lies ahead after the last harvest of the season.

Readers will appreciate the variety of essays in this issue, and the relaxed, engaging style of the writers. Readers are encouraged to submit their own gardening stories for consideration. GreenPrints is published four times a year.

The Winter issue of GreenPrints Magazine offers readers 15 stellar essays, plus inspiring gardening quotes and original poetry accompanied by beautiful original art. GreenPrints is the perfect armchair read, with evergreen stories to warm the heart.

View the Winter 2022-23 issue of GreenPrints Magazine now.

About GreenPrints: GreenPrints is the premier resource for inspirational and entertaining stories about gardening. GreenPrints is all about the human side of gardening, and brings readers the joy, humor, wit, and wisdom of life through compelling gardening stories that will make readers laugh … and sometimes cry. GreenPrints publishes a quarterly magazine—in print and online—and offers daily motivation with stories by email, plus a full library of content that is sure to delight any gardening reader. The whole idea behind GreenPrints is to share the feelings, the joys, and the experiences of gardening—really, the heart and soul of gardening. And that’s what makes GreenPrints so unique and special.

About Mequoda Publishing Network: Mequoda provides actionable ideas, inspiration, and advice for gardeners, cooks, and crafting enthusiasts—with the goal of improving their lives and increasing personal enrichment and enjoyment. We operate five multiplatform consumer brands, including six magazines, 28 email newsletters, and more than 100 digital books. We partner with dozens of sponsors to help them market their products to our audiences.

For nearly two decades, Mequoda has explored and expanded the evolving art and science of multiplatform publishing and marketing. With in-depth research, aggressive testing, and cutting-edge strategy, Mequoda has developed a reputation as an industry leader for building and operating multiplatform communities that serve, engage and delight consumers, sponsors, and affiliates.

Contact: To become a sponsor or marketing partner with any of our publications, or to speak with a member of our team, please contact Christy Page at Christy@Mequoda.com or (781) 556-1006.

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