Agritourism Life Magazine

Updated: Nov 4

Connecting You To Farms, Garden Centers, and Wineries


Agritourism Life is an online magazine featuring wonderful stories of locally-grown and family-owned farms, wineries and garden centers that are welcoming you to plan a visit.


In it you can also enjoy wonderful recipes, unique artisans, and featured regions throughout the world that are ready to welcome you to the agritourism life.


Smart Plant Home has contributed our expect plant care tips to several editions of the magazine, which we invite you to read!


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Perfect Plants for the Busy, Hardworking Zillenial

September/ October 2021


The fall edition of Agritourism life is all about youth in the plant world. Our article features the journey of millennials and Gen Z taking as they mature and take on responsibility as plant parents - often in very creative ways! We also recommend the best plants for different vibes you may be looking for: low maintenance, challenging and exciting, or therapeutic and calming.


Everything Floral

July / August 2021


Grow the very best and brightest indoor plants! In this article you will learn about some of the best plants that product beautiful blooms indoors like Hoya Carnosa, Anthurium, Kalanchoe, and Orchids.


New York City Top Plant Influencers

January 2021


Get to know some of the most inspiring plant lovers from New York City with a large presence on social media. You'll see how these plant influencers got their start and how their plant collections are doing now, so if you ever move to New York, you know your plants will continue to thrive!



Bring Hawaii Home With You

December 2020


Do you fall in love with the plants that line the streets and beaches of Hawaii every time you visit? In this article, you'll learn how to take care of these tropical plants at your own home, so you can transform your garden into a tropical paradise.





A Very "Houseplanty" Holiday

November 2020


Many turned to gardening and the outdoors as their happy place durig the pandemic. Now that things are reopening, how can you keep that sacred time for yourself? Turn to garden tourism - and you'll be surprised by the wonderful places you find nearby, and what it may inspire within you.



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