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From saints to alligators, the Nick French home in the Trezevant community has it all. Read more

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Five easy steps to lure butterflies to your garden. Read more

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A family home in Rossville features the work of a great Louisiana architect and a talented Memphis designer. Read more

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Choose a palette of plants that can live year-round in Memphis. Read more

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Get your gardening on at Spring Fling 2019. Read more

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If you want to keep your water features clean and clear, you’ll need to start now, before the algae begin to bloom. Read more

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February is the best time to prepare for a mid- to late-summer hydrangea performance. Read more

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A contemporary design informed by classical principles. Read more

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Repurpose, Recycle, Reinvent. Read more

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Good things come in small places. Read more

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A mid-century home gets life and love from new owners. Read more

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photography by Andrea Zucker

The Doane's home is the best of both worlds. Read more

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Allenbrooke Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, LLC 3933 Allenbrooke Cove, Memphis, TN 38118 | 795-2444 | allenbrookerehabcenter.com Apple Grove, Alzheimer’s & Dementia Residence 3575 Hacks Cross ... Read more

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A visit to one of the city's best retirement communities. Read more

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The modern style of a Central Gardens townhouse Read more

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Magnificent in Midtown. Read more

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Jamie and Leigh Davis relax on the front porch of the old hotel that has served as their home.

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On a quiet street off South Main, the Pontotoc has been a part of downtown Memphis for more than a century. The building has a story to tell. And so do the people who've made this one-of-a-kind urban treasure their home. Read more

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Bridging history and the “now.” Read more

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