Special Report

Love Gardening? These Cities Are for You

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30. Durham, NC
> Overall score: 28.17
> Gardening space: 20th out of 196
> Supplies: 156th out of 196
> Climate: 119th out of 196
> Community: 32nd out of 196

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29. Fort Lauderdale, FL
> Overall score: 28.51
> Gardening space: 135th out of 196
> Supplies: 7th out of 196
> Climate: 2nd out of 196
> Community: 62nd out of 196

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28. Birmingham, AL
> Overall score: 28.57
> Gardening space: 28th out of 196
> Supplies: 95th out of 196
> Climate: 74th out of 196
> Community: 27th out of 196

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27. Jackson, MS
> Overall score: 28.58
> Gardening space: 10th out of 196
> Supplies: 173rd out of 196
> Climate: 72nd out of 196
> Community: 179th out of 196

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26. Fayetteville, NC
> Overall score: 28.87
> Gardening space: 26th out of 196
> Supplies: 159th out of 196
> Climate: 111th out of 196
> Community: 21st out of 196

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