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Growing Inspiration

Landscape architect Ellen Biddle Shipman was a pioneer in her field. Here's where you can still see her work today.

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Citrus in the Spotlight

Grow sweet, fragrant oranges, lemons and limes and reap the fruits of your labor.

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Flashes of Flavor

We asked two experts to share a few favorite herb varieties, whether you’re growing outdoors or inside.

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Summer's Scent

Mints are refreshing and easy to grow. Try cultivating a few varieties — chocolate, orange or ginger mint, anyone?

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Joys of Spring

Get a peek at three gorgeous landscapes.

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Kingwood Center Gardens, Mansfield

The estate of Charles Kelley King is now open to visitors year-round with the addition of a new visitors’ center complete with a gallery, greenhouse and Buehler’s Fresh Foods cafe.

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Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens on Postage Stamp

The U.S Postal Service commemorates the Akron landmark’s iconic Birch Tree Allée.

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Prairie Inspiration

Ohio’s remaining and re-created grasslands are brimming with fall wildflowers this time of year.

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Phantoms of the Field

From frightening to folksy, scarecrows have long stood as icons of the fall harvest.

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‘Chihuly: Celebrating Nature’ in Columbus

See incredible glass sculptures by artist Dale Chihuly installed among the natural beauty of Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

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Fine Spines

Bill Hendricks’ greenhouse includes more than 4,000 plant species that look a bit out of place in Ohio.

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Secret Ohio: Clifton Garden Cabin

This cozy, two-level cabin within walking distance of the iconic Clifton Mill offers a stay that’s part home and part garden.

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Step Inside 3 Homes in Columbus’ German Village

This neighborhood has long been a place filled with beautifully renovated historic homes. Three homeowners invited us in.

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Sign of Spring

The Easter lily is a symbol of renewal and rebirth, and our state is one of the flower’s leading producers.

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Flower Power

Barberton Mum Fest co-founder and Franklin Park Conservatory horticulturist offer mum-growing advice.

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Fall Flourish

The mum offers a burst of color each autumn, a fact that’s celebrated annually in Summit County and across Ohio.

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Labor of Love

Blacksmith Doug Lockhart is reviving an appreciation for his craft by teaching others the right way to swing a hammer.

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German Village Haus Und Garten Tour

Columbus’ historic neighborhood welcomes guests to tour 10 homes and two gardens.

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Harvesting Hope

Jazmyn Benjamin teaches kids in Columbus’ Hilltop neighborhood how to grow fruits and vegetables. On a nearly half-acre parcel of land, she’s helping shape their family mealtimes and their futures.

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Rooted in Love

Ginseng has been used in potions for centuries. Today, the mysterious plant, which is native to Ohio, remains a hot commodity.

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