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Sports

These Are Not Larry Bird’s Celtics. And That’s Just Fine.

When Bill Walton revived and concluded his N.B.A. career with the Boston Celtics, he devised a plan on game nights…

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World

An Iranian Artist Focuses on Gardens Under Siege

A group of 15 works by the Iranian artist Homa Delvaray may steal the spotlight in the Frame section at…

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Magazine

The Fiddle Leaf Fig Is Dead

Mike Rimland, the “plant hunter” for Costa Farms, one of the largest houseplant growers in North America, was touring a…

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Business

Meet an Ecologist Who Works for God (and Against Lawns)

WADING RIVER, N.Y. — If Bill Jacobs was a petty man, or a less religious one, he might look through…

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Magazine

At Her Home in Suffolk, Olivia Laing Finds Fresh Inspiration

A GARDEN BURSTING through the hard, cold ground in spring is a metaphor for resilience that few writers — especially…

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Magazine

A New Wellness Brand That Harnesses the Power of the Garden

Even when the creative director Scott Formby was working around the clock for fashion and interior brands like Ralph Lauren…

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Magazine

A Ceramist Inspired by Folklore and the British Countryside

FIRST-TIME VISITORS TO the ceramist Prue Piper’s house are typically late, and readily forgiven for it, because the place, a…

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World

At Great Dixter, Getting Your Hands Dirty Is the Point

We were well into the sixth hour of another 10-hour day, our small band of gardeners laboring to find the…

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Magazine

In a Fading Portuguese Village, the Gardens Bloom Again

IN 2013, JOSE Luís Vasconcellos e Sousa, a now-62-year-old retired private bank executive living in Estoril, Portugal, cold-called the legendary…

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