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Photo by Lisa Cunningham

Urban Gardener. Ask the friendly staff for advice while purchasing flowers and herbs from this independent garden center. They'll help you choose the best fit for even the trickiest city landscapes. 1901 Brighton Road, North Side

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Photo by Al Hoff

Apple Fritters from Paddy Cake. Bigger-than-a-hand super-donuts, enhanced with apple chunks and cinnamon. And for just $1. 4763 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield

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Photo by Alex Zimmerman

Volunteer Tree Tenders. Props to volunteers who take care of the urban forest. For $40, Tree Pittsburgh will train you to help out; next class starts in July. www.treepittsburgh.org

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Photo by Lisa Cunningham

Moonlite Horse Rides. Ride a horse under the stars at Bridgeville's Rolling Hills Ranch, then finish with a hayride to a BBQ-catered bonfire. No horse-riding experience required, but must be over 21. www.rolling-hills-ranch.com

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