Annie's Manhattan Beach Nursery & Florist

Manhattan Beach, CA • PH: 310-376-0567

Barlow Flower Farm

Bath Garden Center Big Red Sun

Boxwoods Gardens & Gifts

[email protected]

Burkard Nurseries, Inc.

Campo de' Fiori City Floral

Condurso's Garden Center Didriks

Dimitri's Garden Center Dodds & Eder

DuBrow's Eye of the Day

Fort Pond Native Plants

Funke's Greenhouses, Inc.



Green Hill Growers

Grounded Garden Shop

[email protected]

Hursthouse, Inc.

International Garden Center Joie de "Vie"

[email protected]

Kimball & Bean Architectural and Garden Antiques

Kolo Collection

Litchfield Horticultural Center

[email protected]

Lovely Manors Garden Design Center

Marina del Rey Garden Center

Mostardi Nursery

Newtown Square, PA

North Haven Gardens

Organized Jungle, Inc.

PH: 610-356-8035

Parkside Gardens

Hillsborough, NJ • PH: 908-725-4595

Patios, Walks & Walls Plaza Design

Pleasant Pools & Patio

Riverside Nursery & Garden Center

Collinsville, CT • PH: 860-693-2285

[email protected]

Savannah Hardscapes Smith's Acres

Southwest Gardener

Swanson's Nursery

The Bronze Frog Gallery

The Dow Gardens

The Garden Market

The Growing Place Nursery & Flower Farm, Inc.

The Treehouse Garden Collection

Tropic Aire Patio Gallery

Whiting Nursery

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Sortilegium, a "modern Shangri-La" in Malibu, California, was built byTony Duquette (1914-1999), a stage, set and costume designer of genius who won a Tony Award for his work on Camelot. Photographer Tim Street-Porter befriended Duquette in the early nineties and documented a period in the evolution of this hallucinatory, enchanted domain where Duquette combined fragments from old Hollywood hotels, film sets and industrial salvage to make a vast outdoor stage, lining its paths with discount-store potted plants. Like all the best dream worlds, Sortilegium is now just a memory—it was destroyed by fire in 1993. From the book Los Angeles, photos by Tim Street-Porter, introduction by Diane Keaton (Rizzoli NewYork, 2005,240 pages).—jf

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To accomplish great things, we must dream as well as act — an at ole France

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