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Gardens

Natural Wonders

Natural Wonders: The Green Gang

Meet the planters, designers, preservationists, and community leaders nurturing the landscape of the South

In the Garden

A Backyard Education

Blooming where you are planted

Garden Variety

A Southern Mountain Garden

A revival landscape in Highlands, North Carolina

Garden Variety

A Southern Kitchen Garden

A vegetable bounty at Cumberland Island’s Greyfield Inn

Garden Variety

A Sprawling Public Garden

Restoring a 1920s Houston garden back to its original splendor

Garden Variety

A Southern Literary Garden

Author Emily Whaley’s Charleston garden lives on

In the Garden

A Secret Southern Garden

A jewel box garden in Raleigh, North Carolina

Garden Variety

A Southern Literary Garden

How a family and a community came together to preserve a cultural landmark in Virginia

Arts & Culture

Secrets of the Presidents’ Gardens

Little-known Southern tidbits about the White House gardens

Gardens

Olmsted’s Southern Stand

How the father of landscape architecture left his final fingerprints on the South

Gardens

Flower Power: The South’s Spectacular Floral Views

Five jaw-dropping views that will yank you right out of winter hibernation

Gardens

A Vintage Garden Bench Guide

Scroll through our inspiring roundup of vintage garden benches from all manner of eras

Gardens

Special Delivery: Southern Antique Roses

Not all roses are created equal

Gardens

Celebrating a Heritage Southern Flower

Camellias love the South

20 Slideshow

In the Garden

Inside A Parterre Garden

Walk the grounds of this Alabama garden

In the Garden

An Alabama Living Legacy

A remarkable Birmingham garden stands as a tribute to the equally remarkable woman who created it

In the Garden

Rare Breeds

In a tucked-away Virginia greenhouse, two longtime enthusiasts cultivate a passion for heirloom orchids

25 Slideshow

Homeplace

Inside the Bayou Party Barn

Part stable, part entertaining space, this versatile structure has become a family’s weekend retreat

First Look

Reviving a Lost Bourbon Landmark

Built by Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr. in 1887, the distillery was ahead of its time even then.

Gardens

How Hope Bloomed From a Hurricane: The Katrina Rose

How the Peggy Martin Rose became a symbol of inspiration for the Gulf Coast