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Love Gardening? These Cities Are for You

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15. Richmond, VA
> Overall score: 32.22
> Gardening space: 23rd out of 196
> Supplies: 70th out of 196
> Climate: 91st out of 196
> Community: 11th out of 196

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14. Murfreesboro, TN
> Overall score: 32.6
> Gardening space: 12th out of 196
> Supplies: 101st out of 196
> Climate: 145th out of 196
> Community: 26th out of 196

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13. Knoxville, TN
> Overall score: 33.21
> Gardening space: 21st out of 196
> Supplies: 80th out of 196
> Climate: 94th out of 196
> Community: 8th out of 196

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12. Mobile, AL
> Overall score: 33.7
> Gardening space: 6th out of 196
> Supplies: 14th out of 1965
> Climate: 43rd out of 196
> Community: 116th out of 196

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11. Clarksville, TN
> Overall score: 34.83
> Gardening space: 7th out of 196
> Supplies: 170th out of 196
> Climate: 130th out of 196
> Community: 38th out of 196

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