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Summer is the best time to walk through a garden—even a literary garden! Gardens can be mysterious, inspirational, peaceful, and enchanting. But unlike physical gardens, these gardens featured in books won’t set off your seasonal allergies. In this Huffpost.com article, Writer’s Relief found eight literary gardens you’ll love to get lost in.
The Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt
The Red Garden by Alice Hoffman
Discover more literary gardens here.