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A steep and ramshackle plot of land is transformed into a peaceful retreat.
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The American chestnut tree has dominated Eastern forests for centuries, but it almost disappeared when a foreign blight was introduced in 1904. Scientists have been trying to breed blight-resistant trees and recently planted several at the New York Botanical Garden, just steps from the blight's origins over one hundred years ago. 
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Brooklyn keeps growing (its gardens).
Textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen brings an eclectic sensibility to his lush public garden in the Hamptons.
The check and balance between objects resonates throughout a stunning São Paulo garden
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Landscape architect Heather Lenkin showcases her guiding belief in balanced, integrated living and design in this Pasadena, California, Indian-inspired hilltop garden
Long overlooked, gravel is finally being recognized for its enduring beauty.
Among the valleys and foothills in Israel's Negev desert is a plant that can water itself, in a manner of speaking. The desert rhubarb (Rheum palaestinum) is the only known desert-dwelling species to have evolved a self-irrigating mechanism.  
A photo tour of a Los Angeles house and garden transformed by design firm Commune, bringing together the home's outdoor and indoor spaces together in a relaxed and comfortable style.
A thoughtful collaboration between Stahl Architects and Land Elements produces a landscape that celebrates old and new, in Fargo, North Dakota.  
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