Take a moonlight stroll through the garden

08/25/2009 | NYTimes.com

Gardeners can take a fresh look at their gardens by strolling in the moonlight. The moonlight washes away the distraction of color and allows gardeners to focus on mass and form. Some gardens also feature flowers that bloom only at night to attract pollinating moths or bats, including moonflower and angel's trumpet.

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