Special Report

Love Gardening? These Cities Are for You

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20. New York, NY
> Overall score: 30.97
> Gardening space: 25th out of 196
> Supplies: 86th out of 196
> Climate: 65th out of 196
> Community: 18th out of 196

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19. Orlando, FL
> Overall score: 31.05
> Gardening space: 80th out of 196
> Supplies: 26th out of 196
> Climate: 9th out of 196
> Community: 16th out of 196

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18. Santa Rosa, CA
> Overall score: 31.33
> Gardening space: 63rd out of 196
> Supplies: 9th out of 196
> Climate: 52nd out of 196
> Community: 15th out of 196

17. Chattanooga, TN
> Overall score: 31.81
> Gardening space: 11th out of 196
> Supplies: 149th out of 196
> Climate: 108th out of 196
> Community: 43rd out of 196

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16. Savannah, GA
> Overall score: 31.88
> Gardening space: 30th out of 196
> Supplies: 129th out of 196
> Climate: 64th out of 196
> Community: 9th out of 196

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