Gallery: Brooklyn-Based Contemporary Gardening Magazine Wilder Quarterl...

Described as a publication for those enthralled by the natural world, Wilder Quarterly is a visually-stimulating new magazine aimed at modern day growers and gardeners. The Brooklyn-based print publication features everything from local farmers and foodies to architects and amateur urban gardeners. Inhabitat recently shared a few of Wilder’s stories from the Winter 2012 issue, and Wilder generously created a special discount code for Inhabitat readers to enjoy 15 percent off of a single issue or a subscription.

The first 100 Inhabitat readers to use the code WQ02 upon check-out will receive a 15 percent discount on either a single issue or one year subscription. Wilder donates a portion of the subscription price to support the Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit that provides free summer camp experiences to more than 1.7 million children from disadvantaged communities.

Wilder’s winter issue features a wartime farmer, a famed Los Angeles horticulturist, and several notable foodies, including Portland-based chef Aaron Woo who is revolutionizing the vegetarian plate. The issue also traverses the wintery landscape of rooftop farming in New York City and provides step-by-step instructions on how to make a beautiful hanging bonsai string garden (both of which are stories we shared on Inhabitat!).

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