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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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A slide show of the beautiful wildflower meadows designed by Larry Weaner, in rural Pennsylvania. 
A botanic illustrator and erstwhile music photographer, Frances Perlzman Liscio designs and photographs floral compositions that are a little Victorian, and a little rock star. 
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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. 
Hot plus cool equals a jazzy ornamental pepper that’s not pungent, so it’s safe to grow around kids. Indoors it makes a wild “hairdo,” spring through Christmas, of twisty narrow peppers in ivory, yellow, orange and red. Also look for child-friendly ‘Chilly Chili’.
In a crazy-bold color combination, purple pairs with deep russet in Velour Blue Bronze. Bronze tones are darker in the fall, brighter in the spring. A very hot color match with 'Eye of the Tiger' Dutch iris or 'Princess Irene' tulip. Neat mounds of foliage, 6 to 8 inches tall and wide, covered with 1-inch flowers.
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