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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.
The greenhouse makes a comeback in some surprising places.
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Experimentation and fun transform the aesthetics of green roofs.
"I want the landscape to have as much importance and value as the house," said Jordan Kaplan, the owner of this house and garden in Los Angeles' Pacific Palisades. Check out the photographs of the house's landscape, designed by KAA Design. 
There's a modern way to become upwardly mobile: Two new planters for plants that want to reach for the sky. 
The recently adopted official city plant of Los Angeles is the toyon, a red-berried shrub known as California holly (Heteromeles arbutifolia), the one that put the "holly" in Hollywood.
British artists Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey use grass to make pictures—"living" photographs. Wielding the traditional tools of the artist and the gardener to harness a plant's natural photosynthesis, the artists' process is a nice synthesis of art and science. 
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Brooklyn keeps growing (its gardens).
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In an update to our story about the gardens of Helen and Brice Marden's Golden Rock Inn in the Caribbean in January/February 2012, we have new photos from landscape designer Raymond Jungles that show the most recent progress of the hotel's lush, tropical gardens.
Human hair in art, hidden urban gardens in Europe, the surprising benefits of plants in homes and more in today’s Links We Love!
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