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Fans of White House Garden Hope New Tenants Keep It Green

Fans of White House Garden Hope New Tenants Keep It Green

Michelle Obama broke ground on the White House Kitchen Garden in 2009.
Encounters: Tiptoeing (and Tweeting) Through the Tulips With DJ Khaled

Encounters: Tiptoeing (and Tweeting) Through the Tulips With DJ Khaled

In his spare time, DJ Khaled tends lush gardens at this home in Beverly Hills, Calif., and at another in Miami. Or at least he looks at the gardens while doing other things.
How Does the Hamptons Garden Grow? With a Lot of Paid Help

How Does the Hamptons Garden Grow? With a Lot of Paid Help

The vegetable garden of Alexandra Munroe and her husband, Robert Rosenkranz, in East Hampton, N.Y., is sheltered from the ocean winds by dunes covered with Rosa rugosa.
In the Garden: Time to Put the Garden to Bed?

In the Garden: Time to Put the Garden to Bed?

Jason Austin tends his carnivorous plant garden in Pine Beach, N.J., right through fall. Here, a pitcher plant (Sarracenia).
Herbs From the Underground

Herbs From the Underground

At Farm.One, a hydroponic garden in TriBeCa, red-veined sorrel is prepared for a delivery.
Herbs From the Underground

Herbs From the Underground

At Farm.One, a hydroponic garden in TriBeCa, red-veined sorrel is prepared for a delivery.
Make Mine the Burlap Wrap

Make Mine the Burlap Wrap

Each conifer lining the road outside Ira Rennert's Sagaponack mega-mansion Fairfield wears a winter coat.
Trilobites: If We Ever Get to Mars, the Beer Might Not Be Bad

Trilobites: If We Ever Get to Mars, the Beer Might Not Be Bad

Martian soil is different from dirt on Earth. It is dense, full of iron and dries out quickly. But with some work, plants can grow well.
Trilobites: If We Ever Get to Mars, the Beer Might Not Be Bad

Trilobites: If We Ever Get to Mars, the Beer Might Not Be Bad

Martian soil is different from dirt on Earth. It is dense, full of iron and dries out quickly. But with some work, plants can grow well.
Every Plant Has a Story. You Just Need to Dig.

Every Plant Has a Story. You Just Need to Dig.

Greg Grant has planted longleaf pines, growing here in a field of goldenrod, on his land in Arcadia, Tex. In a few months he will use a controlled burn to stimulate native grasses and wildflowers
Plant-Loving Millennials at Home and at Work

Plant-Loving Millennials at Home and at Work

Summer Rayne Oakes has created a vertical garden in her dining room that is made out of Mason jars mounted to the wall with wooden boards and hose clamps.
Where Spring Is in Full Bloom

Where Spring Is in Full Bloom

A Cymbidium hybrid at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Its annual Orchid Show was curated by Daniël Ost.
Where Spring Is in Full Bloom

Where Spring Is in Full Bloom

A Cymbidium hybrid at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx. Its annual Orchid Show was curated by Daniël Ost.
An Australian Environmentalist’s Next Act: ‘Frugal Hedonism’

An Australian Environmentalist’s Next Act: ‘Frugal Hedonism’

David Holmgren at his home in Hepburn Springs, Australia, where he grows 200 types of crops.