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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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Philadelphia is a city that embraces horticulture in its historical public gardens and popular community places. Get a sense of Philly’s gardening community with this list of inspiring public spaces to visit.
Explore the social and industrial history of Philadelphia through a walking tour of Philly’s three mile long railway park, Viaductgreene.
My snapshots from Paris! A peek at the flower market, various florists and their bouquets, the flea market, and more!
See a fabulous display of pumpkins, gourds and squash at the Dallas Arboretum now through November 26th. In various sizes, whimsical forms and bright colors, you’ll want to take notes as a reminder to order seed and grow your favorites next year.
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Designed by Ellen Biddle Shipman and considered to be one of her most intact works, Longue Vue is a destination garden when visiting the Big Easy. Opening September 26th, Longue Vue presents The River Between Us, an interior and exterior art exhibition. See slide 11 for details.

 

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Breathtaking natural settings run throughout Vancouver and at the heart of the city stands the incomparable Stanley Park.
Related Topics: Visit | Canada | park
Discover the special virtues of species rhododendrons at the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden in Federal Way, Washington.
Related Topics: Visit | Flowers | rhododendrons | Seattle
Incoming APLD president, Susan Cohan, gives us an introduction to the public spaces and gardens of Detroit.
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Learn how cacti and succulents add drama to gardens and containers.
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Visit the Chicago Botanic Garden to see the Kiley Esplanade, designed by Modernist master Dan Kiley and his protégé Peter Morrow Meyer.

 

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