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Any outdoor room is nice, but a courtyard scores extra points. “It’s an exterior space that’s cozy and private,” says Atlanta architect Timothy Adams, whose patio design in Watercolor, Florida, is surrounded by the house.
Plants most likely to survive Atlanta’s unpredictable weather extremes are native species, and the place to find the widest selection of them is at the Georgia Native Plant Society’s annual sale.
This East DeKalb nursery offers one of the most wide-ranging selections of hard-to-find Japanese maple cultivars in the Southeast, a collector’s dream of unusual conifer cultivars, and more than 200 hosta varieties.
Tour landscapes designed on a realistic scale—like most gardeners’ actual yards—and meet the green thumbs who grew them at this annual Mother’s Day weekend tour.
From coastal marshes to mountain forests, Georgia’s 47 state parks and recreation areas showcase the state’s diverse natural beauty and offer unmatched opportunities for outdoor recreation, including hiking, fishing, biking, geocaching, paddling, golf and many more activities.
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