Get an intimate look at plant hunter Daniel J. Hinkley’s personal six-and-a-half acre garden in Washington.   
This waterwise garden of mostly cacti, succulents, olive trees, and pepper trees can endure the heat without watering. 
There are eight main classes of begonia, encompassing all manner of size, color, and shape of flower and leaf.

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Cut Stems for High-Reaching Flair As winter rushes in with falling leaves and cooler temperatures, a new landscape emerges with subtle hues and grey skies. In Central Ohio, Nick McCullough, owner of Red Twig Farms, creates spectacular varieties of container arrangements using the season’s finest greenery and twigs. Read More »
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Christmas Lights Are In ‘Bloom’ at the Denver Botanical Gardens Take in the sights of holiday cheer as you stroll through The Denver Botanical Garden this year! Continuing with their holiday tradition for over 25 years, the botanical garden if full of wonder and delight including a new tunnel of lights to be viewed with special 3-D glasses. Read More »
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12 Days of Christmas Giveaway The items on our Christmas wish list are up for grabs to our newsletter recipients! Each day between December 11 and December 22, one of our newsletter subscribers will win a great prize we wish we had. All you need to do is sign up for our free weekly newsletter to be entered to win! Read More »
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My Garden: A Native Garden Designed for All Seasons Feeling the need to pay homage to the native landscape around him, Garden Design reader Benjamin felt inspired to create an ecological and native garden at his Nebraska home. Keeping to the aesthetic of the tallgrass prairies he loves, Benjamin creates not only a native garden that looks great in all seasons, but supports the surrounding wildlife as well. Read More »
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My Garden: An Eclectic Garden Delights with Unexpected Surprises For ten years, Mike Osterling and Ron Alessandrini have worked on their Woodinville, Washington garden. Now that it’s complete, people are starting to take notice.  Read More »
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New Exhibit Displays the Art of Underwater Gardening Underwater gardening may be the perfect solution for gardeners who don’t have the ideal space or the perfect weather for traditional gardening. Now through April 12, 2015, the new exhibit, Aquascapes: The Art of Underwater Gardening, can be viewed at Golden Gate Park's Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco. Read More »
Botanic Notables: Plants of The Hunger Games In anticipation of Mockingjay opening in theaters this Friday, we pulled this article from our archives as a horticultural hat tip to Suzanne Collins and The Hunger Games trilogy. Read More »
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My Garden: Against All Odds In the face of droughts, flooding, poor soils and harsh winters, this verdant garden in central Poland still thrives thanks to a determined gardener named Joanna. Boasting hundreds of varieties of plants, this small but hearty garden shows even when the odds aren’t particularly in your favor, a little experimenting and resilience goes a long way. Read More »
SeedWise Links Gardeners to Local Sources for Organic Seed SeedWise has created an online marketplace to bring together local, organic farmers with the ever-growing population of gardeners looking to grow non-GMO edible gardens. Read More »
Courtyard Garden Blurs the Boundaries Rows of pleached crabapple trees and a restrained color palette of whites and muted tones provide a natural yet dramatic garden for a Japanese-style cottage in England. Read More »
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