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Tips to ensure your garden has a peaceful winter sleep with the help from three essential books from Timber Press, you can treat your garden to a restful winter slumber, and it will awaken healthy and fresh for a new season.

Take a visual stroll through this unusual landscape to see what innovative designers achieve when faced with a huge arid site surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs.

 

A South Florida landscape by Sanchez & Maddux is resplendent with old-world charm.
From glass pool surrounds to modern landscapes, Matthew Cantwell of Sydney-based Secret Gardens shares what’s popular in Australia right now.

 

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A garden in Patagonia, Arizona, takes the Southwest climate in stride
10 residential landscapes, honored in a competition in landscape architecture by the James Rose Center.
At their Dominican Republic retreat, interior designer Bunny Williams and antiques dealer John Rosselli team up on a foolproof plan for outdoor living.
Kate Middleton, the soon-to-be-royal bride, will marry into a family of passionate gardeners.
Frosted-blue foliage on delicate branches makes a striking contrast against the brown bark of Cupressus arizonica var. glabra ‘Blue Pyramid’. Much taller than wide, this upright, symmetrical form of Arizona cypress can reach 20 to 25 feet high by 10 to 12 feet wide in 10 years. Zones 6 to 9.
Native to the Canary Islands and Madeira — Juniperus cedrus has been listed as endangered since 2000 by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, but it is starting to regain ground. Both tall and broad, ultimately reaching more than 50 feet in height, this juniper is cloaked with graceful, dramatic swags of pendulous blue-green foliage. Zones 7 to 9.
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