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May is a banner month for public garden plant sales. This year at the San Francisco Botanical Garden, curator Don Mahoney is growing the fragrant luculia shrub, for which, he says, “a local nursery had a waiting list 35 people long.” At the Berkshire Botanical Garden in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, director of horticulture Dorthe Hviid has been dividing some of the garden's historic collection of daylilies, readying them for sale.
Some of design firm Commune's signature decorative objects for the home and the garden.
The Temple of Flora is perhaps the most famous florilegium or book of flowers from the golden age of botanical illustration. It's a charming collection of deliberately idiosyncratic flower portraits that became the portrait of a nation.
See the winners of the annual Planters:ON&OFF the Ground competition, held annually the LongHouse Reserve, in East Hampton, New York. 
A selection of extraordinary Christmas trees throughout the world—most are local traditions, many are breaking records, and one appears to break through a suburban roof.  

 

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With backyards in mind, furniture designers throw us some curves. 
On Fishers Island, off the Connecticut coast, Tom and Bunty Armstrong took the opportunity to build a house to complement their garden, after a fire destoryed their original home. Photographs of the stunning garden and the new house. 
Why do fancy chairs get to have all the fun? These three high-concept barstools not only look good, but are weatherproof, making them perfect for outdoor use. 
Doug Johnston cultivated his quirky style by drawing from his experience as an architect and combining it with the technique of Japanese basket-making.

 

Photographer Diana Scherer grew plants in vases for six months, then photographed the flower and its network of supporting roots. 
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