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Tour of 6 spectacular gardens August 15th in Portland #portland #gardentour

The D.C. attractions you really want to see - The Washington Post

Chanticleer offers new attractions including the Gravel Garden

Lake Como's Villa del Balbianello, famous for its elaborate terraced gardens, is located on the tip of a small wooded promontory on the western shore. It was built in 1787 on the site of a Franciscan monastery. Photo by: Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

Jakobstuin, owned and designed by Jaap de Vries, who calls it an “Ode to the Dutch Wave.” Visit this garden with garden designer Carolyn Mullet of Carex Garden Design. #gardentour

The 2015 Chicago Flower & Garden Show Celebrates the ‘Rebirth’ of Floral Design #garden #chicagoflowershow #flowershow #gardendesign #floraldesign

Experience Springtime ‘Down Under’ from the Pacific Horticulture Society

Moon gate at the iconic Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Garden in Seal Harbor, Maine www.gardendesign.com

Washington, DC: The National Mall

Wildflowers in bloom at the San Francisco Botanical Garden!

1. Located on a historic freight rail is the High Line public park in New York. 2. In the heart of Bok Tower Gardens in Florida is the Pinewood Estate. 3. This may not be a public garden, but the Succulent Café in Oceanside, CA is worth a visit! 4. A garden full of flavors, Longue Vue gardens in New Orleans.

The picturesque rope bridge in the Steinhardt Garden must be traversed ‘one at a time’.

The Steinhardt Garden – A ‘Must Visit’ Landscape

Specimens of very old cork oaks line the entry walk to the San Diego Botanical Garden, a legacy of foresight by the original owners of the property.

The Lisa D. Anness Butterfly Garden at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, FL displays host plants for more than 30 species of native butterflies, serving as an important educational resource for local gardeners.

Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Coral Gables, FL

A succulent display doubles as a window valance. (Photo by: Kole Montross) at The Succulent Cafe in Oceanside, CA

Pinewood Estate | Bok Tower Gardens

The Gardens | Bok Tower Gardens

Pinewood Estate | Bok Tower Gardens

Capilano Suspension Bridge Park

In collaboration with Laumeier Sculpture Park of St. Louis, Longue Vue presents The River Between Us. An interior and exterior art exhibition, the show features works that reflects how the lives of people in both the New Orleans and St. Louis have been intertwined by the Mississippi River’s role in U.S. history. September 26 - December 1, 2013

Longue Vue in New Orleans: A Garden Full of Flavors The Loggia