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Native to the Canary Islands and Madeira — Juniperus cedrus has been listed as endangered since 2000 by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, but it is starting to regain ground. Both tall and broad, ultimately reaching more than 50 feet in height, this juniper is cloaked with graceful, dramatic swags of pendulous blue-green foliage. Zones 7 to 9.
Located in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Caribbean
Residents of Marfa, Texas, have created vibrant gardens that bring life to the desert plains.
How to make your own Easter tree, with hanging eggs from spring branches. Plus: Our tip for how to invisibly attach the hanging thread or ribbon to each egg.
In these super-hot days of summer, who doesn't want a hammock to lounge in? Here are three of our favorites.
Katherine Anderson, our flower columnist, visited Morocco for her 40th birthday and shares with us her beautiful photographs of the colors and landscape that she saw on her trip, as well as three flower arrangements that she created using Morocco as inspiration.
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Monterey's famous Lone Cypress is one of the most photographed trees in the United States, and has become emblematic of the California Coast. Its image is also copyrighted, which brings up interesting questions about the legal images of nature.
Looking for some new furniture or accessories to spruce up your back yard this summer? Here are some new grills, firelights, dishes (above), and chairs that are perfect for summer entertaining. 
Tagua (pronounced tog-wah) nuts, or "ivory of the rainforest," are a vegetable-based and sustainable alternative to elephant ivory. The seeds are hard and smooth, and easily carved and dyed. They were once used for military buttons, Victorian chess pieces, and dice. Today, tagua "vegetable ivory" is a popular material for jewelry and baubles. 
Textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen brings an eclectic sensibility to his lush public garden in the Hamptons.
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