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A familiar bulb sparks passion both sides of the Atlantic—our exclusive photographs of five showstopping varieties of daffodils (and suggestions for similar alternatives to grow at home).
Artist and florist Livia Cettis authentic artifice results in charming paper flowers and foliage, which are available for sale.

 

A new outdoor aesthetic emerges at the Milan Furniture Fair.
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A fan of grafting and citrus fruits, I've been pursuing the legendary Tree of Many Fruits for some time now, and have yet to find one. Now I could have one in my backyard. Like many of my favorite trees, it hails from Australia. James and Kerry West, farmers in New South Wales, have been cultivating "fruit salad trees," each of which produce several kinds of fruits. 
Discovered growing in Vermont, Pinus strobus ‘Louie’ has brilliant golden needles, which hold their color year-round and really pop against the darker foliage in the shaded interior of the tree. Grows into a broad pyramid, about 10 feet tall and 6 feet wide in 10 years. Zones 3 to 8.
A member of the very popular, many-colored Sorbet series from grower PanAmerican Seed Co., Sorbet Black Duet is a sweet little bicolor, with a bright-purple face and velvety dark-plum wings. Sorbets are early to flower after winter has passed and continue through late spring. Plants are 6 inches high and wide; flowers are about an inch across.
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Think your roses were tough to train? Visit the New York Botanical Garden now through November 14 to see this ozukuri, with 464 blossoms grown from one stem.
Our step-by-step slide show explains how to make three different types of yellow flower arrangements, including a spiral hand-tied bouquet and a traditional arrangement in a vase, by using roses, tulips, and other seasonal flowers.
The first nursery catalog—in the 17th century—was a artistic masterpiece and a marketing strategy. It sold, of course, tulip bulbs, and helped contribute to the economic bubble of tulip mania. 
Bocce courts have become a common sight in private gardens—here's the scoop about how to incorporate one into your garden.
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