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When it comes to design—as long as your roof can bear the load of furniture, foot traffic, and plantings—the sky’s the limit
Arboreal portraits that awaken a sense of mystery and communion. 
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Changing the way America gardens, one lawn at a time: Nursery sources in 24 states
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We love these super-stylish family trees--a beautiful and meaningful present for any family member.
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The bio bus, a mobile science laboratory that travels around New York and the Midwest, providing science education to schoolchildren, also has a living, growing roof that is both aesthetically and functionally green—reclaiming common urban space and transforming it into a moveable garden. Created by Marco Castro Cosio, this living bus roof (his digital prototype is shown above) is an unusual take on green roofs.
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Rebecca Burgess's Fibershed challenge—to wear clothes that are farmed, created, and dyed with materials made within 150 miles of her front door—takes the idea of living locally and buying American to a whole new level. We report on her project, including her garden of indigo plants grown to create natural blue dyes.
Fire is generally the death knell for many plants, but the beautiful flowering shrubs and trees of the genus Banksia are adapted to even thrive in wildfires—in fact, the plants need fire to reproduce.
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Party pictures from our unveiling of the James Beard Foundation House's garden renovation!
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Laura Harmon, a new blogger, shares with us the story of the King Street Lots, public gardens that flourished for 13 years in an series of abandoned lots in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York. It's a story of perseverance in an ephemeral garden.
Our review of the new book of inspirational photos from well-known garden photographer Andrea Jones. 
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