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In The Garden

Inspiration for your backyard, terrace, fire escape, window sill or kitchen herb collection, photographed for The New York Times.

Verbena bonariensis. Photo: Randy Harris for The New Yoek Times

Stinking iris. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

A Miscanthus seedhead. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Winterberry holly. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Aster tartaricus ‘Jin Dai’. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Hollyhock. Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

Rosa sericea, with red translucent thorns. Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times.

Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

A stone birdbath, in the center of a vegetable garden with purple betony around it. Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

Succulents in Equador. Photo: Tony Cenicola/The New York Times

Iris ensata. Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

A flowering Stewartia. Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

Onopordum, a thistle, with Verbena bonariensis and Coronation Gold achillea. Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

Purple alliums. Photo: Rob Cardillo for The New York Times

Sundial lupine. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Cow parsnip. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Honeybells. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

American wisteria at The Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

A species of bleeding heart at The Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Tall meadow rue at The Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Prickly pear cactus at The Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Wild ginger at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Photo: Randy Harris for The New York Times

Cat planter by ceramicist Paula Greif. Photo: Tony Cenicola/The New York Times

Succulent Agave Attenuata in Ecuador. Photo: Tony Cenicola/The New York Times