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From shady spots to open meadows, find inspiration for gardens big and small.
Browse hundreds of inspiring photos, including flowers, edibles, containers & more.
See examples of popular styles including Asian, modern, & cottage gardens, plus more.
Discover inspiring gardens from our archives in Portland, L.A., New York and beyond.
From hot tubs to hellebores, keep up with the latest gardening trends.
Get the garden of your dreams without spending a small fortune.
Discover the right plants for your garden and learn how to use them in a cohesive design.
Our favorite tools, furniture, gifts, and decor items that are both functional and stylish.
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