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Take a visual journey and plan your trip to visit the finest gardens, exhibitions, and properties here and abroad.
With 400 unique varieties of peonies, this is not your average nursery.
Only open 2 days a year, this garden is worth the wait. 
Philadelphia welcomes garden and art lovers alike.
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No trip to the Vancouver area is complete without a stop at the Capilano Suspension Bridge. Those afraid of heights beware that this destination will push your limits.
Related Topics: Visit | Canada | park
An American landscape designer takes a trip to British Columbia and shares his photos of Butchart Gardens, an abandoned quarry turned garden with enormous hanging baskets and impressive annual borders.
Related Topics: Visit | Canada | Public gardens
The leaves are changing and gardens across America are starting to show off their red, orange, brown and golden hues. Here's a glimpse of what fall looks like in Chicago.
Related Topics: Visit | Chicago | fall
The Elisabeth Carey Miller Botanical Garden, tucked away in a quiet suburb of Seattle, was carved out of native woodland on a rocky slope overlooking Puget Sound.

 

Explore the Australian Garden, devoted purely to native Australian flora, at the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne just outside of Melbourne.

 

Related Topics: Visit | australia | Botanic Gardens
Like an art history major traveling to the Louvre or a baseball fan to Cooperstown,Washington landscape designer Richard Hartlage made a pilgrimage to Brazil. Tag along on his journey...

 

Related Topics: Visit | Modern | brazil | roberto burle marx
The relaunch of Garden Design magazine is finally here and what better way to celebrate than with succulents and our friends at Waterwise Botanicals! Join us on June 6 and 7 at the 2nd Annual Succulent Celebration in Escondido, California. There will be guest speakers, demonstrations, vendors, and more—all celebrating succulents!
A photo gallery of Manitoga's 75-acre property; and the work of restoring this woodland masterpiece. 
Thomas Jefferson was a passionate planstman—and epicure. A recent book sheds light on the restoration of Monticello's bountiful garden. 
Related Topics: Visit | Blue | Brown | Green | farming | Monticello | Thomas Jefferson
The Lion City's highly anticipated Gardens by the Bay finally opens, with Bay South and its supertrees leading the way. 
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