Special Report

Love Gardening? These Cities Are for You

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5. Salt Lake City, UT
> Overall score: 38.28
> Gardening space: 5th out of 196
> Supplies: 72nd out of 196
> Climate: 172nd out of 196
> Community: 10th out of 196

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4. Macon, GA
> Overall score: 38.53
> Gardening space: 4th out of 196
> Supplies: 186th out of 196
> Climate: 105th out of 196
> Community: 19th out of 196

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3. Atlanta, GA
> Overall score: 39.34
> Gardening space: 2nd out of 196
> Supplies: 63rd out of 196
> Climate: 58th out of 196
> Community: 49th out of 196

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2. Cincinnati, OH
> Overall score: 43.46
> Gardening space: 8th out of 196
> Supplies: 22nd out of 196
> Climate: 148th out of 196
> Community: 2nd out of 196

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1. St. Louis, MO
> Overall score: 47.48
> Gardening space: 1st out of 196
> Supplies: 15th out of 196
> Climate: 146th out of 196
> Community: 20th out of 196

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