Special Report

Love Gardening? These Cities Are for You

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10. Salem, OR
> Overall score: 34.91
> Gardening space: 36th out of 196
> Supplies: 10th out of 196
> Climate: 156th out of 196
> Community: 3rd out of 196

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9. Augusta, GA
> Overall score: 35.49
> Gardening space: 14th out of 196
> Supplies: 193rd out of 196
> Climate: 71th out of 196
> Community: 6th out of 196

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8. Baton Rouge, LA
> Overall score: 35.96
> Gardening space: 3rd out of 196
> Supplies: 77th out of 196
> Climate: 55th out of 196
> Community: 90th out of 196

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7. Winston-Salem, NC
> Overall score: 37.67
> Gardening space: 13th out of 196
> Supplies: 127th out of 196
> Climate: 93rd out of 196
> Community: 1st out of 196

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6. Miami, FL
> Overall score: 37.84
> Gardening space: 120th out of 196
> Supplies: 1st out of 196
> Climate: 1 out of 196
> Community: 37th out of 196

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