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An interivew with the new head gardener at Giverny (left), hunting for ferns with Oliver Sacks, and a new gardening magazine in today's Links We Love!
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The recent boom in vegetable gardens, Gothamist's new Green Thumb series, and Curbed's outdoor week, in today's link roundup.
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In honor of Eat Your Vegetables Day tomorrow, Slate and Magnum photos put together a sweet slide show of gardeners and their GIANT vegetables.
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Miracle-Gro for marijuana, the Flower Truck, planting lichens, and debating online shelter mags.
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Today's links include Slate's very popular "A Revolutionary Way to Grow Tomatoes," Crate & Barrel's new online Marimekko shop, the beautiful watercolor galleries of Leanne Shapton, and yes, a royal wedding story about decorating Westminister Abbey with giant trees.
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This week, we link to a bit of absolutely fascinating forgotten history: atomic gardens, which were an attempt to find peaceful uses for atomic energy after WWII by radiating seeds and plants to create new mutations. Plus: A timeline of British gardening and preserving the view at Hudson Valley's Olana.
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Links that have caught our eye recently include: Jay-Z's new lifestyle site, First Lady Michelle Obama to write a gardening book, a time-lapse film of a lily unfurling, and a profile of Judy Kameon.
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If you're curious about how people develop snowdrop mania, we've compiled a list of articles about the people, the societies, and the culture behind the madness. Links include a first-person tale from the man who sold a snowdrop for almost $600 this year (on eBay, natch), a gathering of the 'Immortals' among the snowdrop collectors, and photos of Hitch Lyman's astounding American collection of snowdrops.
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In this week's link roundup, we look at beautiful seed packets; unusual planters; Annie Proulx, garden-writer-turned-novelist; and a Louisiana island filled with camellias.
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