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Williams-Sonoma gets back to the land with a new line of culinary gardening products that includes beehives and chicken coops. 
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Why not lure your vegetable crop up toward the sky this year? Arbors and trellises create visual interest and additional acreage for your plants.
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See photos of Peckerwood, the famous John G. Fairey garden
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Turkish architect Emre Ozberk designs miniature landscapes that are meant to be pruned, weeded, and mowed. Call it armchair gardening. The earliest landscapes were rooted in his the perfectly sized food bowls of his cat, Papas, for whom the collection is named.
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A documentary film team chronicles efforts to regrow a garden paradise.
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Matilija poppies (Romneya coulteri) are fondly referred to as the fried egg flower, nicknamed for bleached-muslin petals and buttery yellow stamens. It's the largest poppy blossom, and the largest California native flower. Blooming begins in early May, and sweeps north along the west coast—the poppies are now still blooming in Oregon's summer sun. 
Researchers at the European Space Agency are testing a sustainable garden that could be implemented on Mars. 
Textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen brings an eclectic sensibility to his lush public garden in the Hamptons.
To look at a history of botanic illustration is to look at the changing significance of a plant over time. A new exhibit at Lotusland, in Montecito, California, does just this. Historic prints document these transitional periods—of plant as medical specimen, to exotic beauty, to garden delight—in a show titled "The Plant Hunters: Botanical Illustrations from the 16th to 19th Centuries," which runs through November 2.
Portable tree houses, vertical farms, dried bouquets, and more in today’s Links We Love.

 

 

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