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Not so long ago, cutting gardens were seen as vestiges of a time when women of leisure spent empty days arranging blooms. These days, gardens devoted to cut flowers are in vogue as simple, last-minute arrangements have become the chicest way to add color to a room. On the following pages find three “sketchbooks” of cutting gardens in fact if not in name: one from Sarah Raven, author of two books on the subject, and two less conventional approaches by the landscape architects Raymond Jungles and Mia Lehrer.