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A treasured garden in Boston. The ultimate weeding tool. Three books to deepen your connection with the natural world. Outdoor living tips from Orange County. A closer look at fuchsias. Chic furniture straight out of Costa Rica.
Peonies come in an astounding range of colors, forms, and sizes. These 14 romantic flowers wed old-fashioned charm and thoroughly modern reliability.
David Harber’s scintillating metal and stone sculptures play with light, reflection, and imagination.
The queen of succulents, Debra Lee Baldwin, discusses how she helped turn misunderstood, low-care curiosities into landscape superstars.
A waterfront garden pushes connections between plants, wildlife, and people.
Chicago’s Doug Hoerr brings Impressionistic art to life with Midwest natives and lots of trees.
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– Deborah Silver
This hilltop garden is a retreat that people and pollinators can dine on.
From the distinctive pink-hued clay of Tuscany, artisans craft timeless terra cotta masterpieces. Meet the craftsmen—and the two entrepreneurs bringing this ancient tradition to a modern market.
Discover your perfect prehistoric plant. Classic or hybrid, fine and filigreed or broad and bold, sun or shade?
Full of life and beauty, the ecologically driven garden is the antidote to our increasingly urbanized world. In this 38-page special section we share why and how you can bring the wonders of biodiversity into your garden.
Designers, scientists, and advocates show us a world where birds, insects, reptiles, and other forms of life (people included!) can flourish.
See how three gardens were transformed into spaces that fit seamlessly into the indigenous landscapes that surround them—with great design as their centerpiece.
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One gardener shares her love of native bees and how their presence benefits both her edible garden and her life.
Randy Allworth is partial to downtown Seattle and manzanitas. For a good time with annual flowers in California, see Annie Hayes. Mike Kintgen on how to get longevity and multiseason interest in the Southwest and Mountain regions. Where to go and what to grow in the Midwest with Jere Gettle. Craig LeHoullier shares top tomatoes for Southern gardens and beyond. Charlie Baker’s wide-ranging Northeast favorites: black locust wood, pergolas, chain saws.
Patrick Dougherty knows people love nature—and his life-size art invites them to roam inside.