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A Depression-era farmscape in rural Georgia that played a role in the development
of the 39th President of the United States
is restored to acclaim.
Photograph by Craig M. Tanner.

Garden for a Dry Planet

A playful landscape inspires water conservation
By Kim Sorvig
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Rooted in Tradition

The ruins of a farm in southern Georgia are
restored to preserve a piece of Depression-era
history and the origins of a president

By Heather Hammatt, ASLA
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Floral Style on Magnificent Mile

Colorful plantings enliven Chicago's downtown
By Cathy Jean Maloney
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