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The 7th annual Jardins, Jardin show in the Tuileries, Paris, took place June 4-6 and, as usual, the French managed to stage perfect weather to go with the perfect setting -- for the preview evening the sun shone and champagne (courtesy of Laurent Perrier) flowed. Many exhibitors seemed to have been influenced by a surreal mood and an Alice-through-the-Looking-Glass effect rippled throughout the show.
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A roundup of tree news, including an iPhone app, great guides, and albino trees.
Witch hazel, which blooms in the middle of winter, is a natural remedy for the wintertime blues. With flowers that resemble delicate bits of yellow, copper, or red ribbon, witch hazel is not only a burst of color, but can also produce a delicious and powerful fragrance in the icy air. Plus: We list six of our favorite witch hazel varieties.
Flower Frogs for Collectors is exactly what its name describes: a collection of photos of flower frogs, for collectors. One collector—who has about a hundred—even uses a frog as a toothbrush holder.
A master of communication, graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister uses flowers and leaves arranged to convey his personal axioms.
During the great tulipomania craze, a vase was designed to showcase the expensive flowers. 
A slide show of the interiors of Saveur Editor-in-Chief and Top Chef Masters judge James Oseland's New York City apartment.
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In honor of football and chrysanthemum season, we bow before a floral tradition specific to Texas: homecoming mums. 
Thistles on the fireplace, poppies atop the columns, lilies in the windows—these are the organic designs that defined the style of Chicago architect George Washington Maher (1864-1926).
The greenhouse makes a comeback in some surprising places.
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