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The Hudson Valley masterwork of mid-century designer Russel Wright battles the elements. 
Hydrangeas are classic big, pretty flowers, and the reblooming  Let’s Dance series from Spring Meadow Nursery takes it to the next level, with saturated colors and lush plants. ‘Moonlight’ is a mophead form in rich pink that ages to chartreuse; in acidic soils the flowers are blue. Hardy to Zone 5.  gardencrossings.comspringmeadownursery.com, stargazerperennialscatalog.com
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Photos from Heather Lenkin's tour of the Netherlands and France.
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Garden Design brings you the best in outdoor-kitchen ideas, gathered from some of the country’s top garden and interior designers. See photos and learn how space, style and budget informed each design. Plus, find the most innovative outdoor kitchen appliances and products to help you transform an unused corner of your garden into the entertaining space of your dreams.
A slide show of the plants, garden, and architecture of a classic Beverly Hills home.
Cumulus Studios invites contemporary fine artists to create limited-edition outdoor pieces that reflect founder and landscape designer Nathalie Karg's connections with the art world.
Kentucky is known as the Bluegrass State, for a grass that flowers blue and yet the grass in Kentucky is generally...green. Our Botanic Notable column this week takes a look at the plant that gave a whole genre of music its name.
Pick your own holiday centerpiece: We've put together DIY guides to five very different floral arrangements for your holiday table. There's one for every taste: modern, traditional, hipster, and dramatic.
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Tending Toward the Untamed: Artists Respond to the Wild Garden is a collection of work that interprets the relationship between nature and the gardener as it grows at Wave Hill, a garden overlooking the Hudson River, in Bronx, New York. Our Q&A with Jennifer McGregor, Director of Arts and Senior Curator at Wave Hill.
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Eminent California sculptor Stan Bitters finds a new audience for his timeless ceramics and sculptures, which have graced California's Nut Tree restaurant and the Palm Springs Ace Hotel.
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