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2014 Home & Garden Awards

2014 Home & Garden Awards
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At Tower Hill’s “Systematic Garden”  in Boylston, Massachusetts, 26 distinct plant families are represented, arranged according to botanists’ current understanding of their evolutionary relationships.
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At Tower Hill’s “Systematic Garden” in Boylston, Massachusetts, 26 distinct plant families are represented, arranged according to botanists’ current understanding of their evolutionary relationships.

We scoured New England to find our favorite shops, plants, nurseries, birdhouses, containers, and even restaurant plots. So whether you’re a gardening enthusiast, a daytripper, a foodie, or a shopper, there’s something green and lovely for you to enjoy from Yankee Magazine’s 2014 Home & Garden Awards.

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