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Articles You'll See in the Current Issue


FRESH
Heirloom watermelons in great colors and flavors. Flowers for more than just looks. Botanical treasures under glass. Summer plants to anticipate. Time-tested tools. Make an outdoor space your own. Farm to doorstep flowers. Comfy garden chairs.
PLANT PALETTE
Put on a summer show with perennials, grasses, and mounding shrubs.
GET THIS LOOK
Mix and match outdoor furnishings for a modern rustic style.
MAKER
Clare Dohna’s mosaic carpets, figurines, birdbaths, and art pieces add whimsy and magic to outside spaces.
PLANT HUNTER
Hardy, versatile, and vibrant—hydrangeas from around the world await
GROUNDBREAKER
Peter Hatch has turned back time at Monticello so accurately it’s as if Thomas Jefferson never left.

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PARADISE RECLAIMED
Conservator Keith Robinson brings new life to a long-neglected antebellum garden.
WORK WHAT YOU’VE GOT
A horticultural inheritance unites sculptural treasures and summer fun.
AGED ELEGANCE
Repurposed materials and antiques turn this small Santa Monica garden into a relaxing retreat.
REINVENTING THE ROSE
Credit David Austin with marrying old roses with modern hybrid tea roses to create the now legendary English roses—hardy, delicate but durable, and oh so fragrant.
SERENITY AND THE SWEET SPOT
How Jan Johnsen blends ancient and modern ways to create gardens that simply make you feel good.
THE MAKING OF A MARVEL
How Disneyland became one of America’s most amazing landscapes—and learn from their 60 years of horticultural know-how.

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MY GARDEN
Three gardeners tell the story behind their personal gardens—each imbued with the personality, sweat, and love of the person who made it.
ECOLOGY OF STYLE
Designer Portfolio: Edmund Hollander combines the natural ecology with the architectural and the human.
DETAILS
A metal shade structure floats over an outdoor living area in an ever-shifting kaleidoscope.

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