The clue "Kind of garden" was last spotted by us at the New York Times Crossword on April 17 2021.
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|Colorful Pillsbury cake with a portmanteau name|
|The Wright stuff?|
|Dave of rock|
|If the shoe doesn't fit ... wear it?|
|Some Renaissance-era scientists|
|Kind of garden|
|Where things might be left hanging|
|Something opened with a click|
|Personification of limpness|
|Head across the pond|
|Copies, as from a CD|
|Risky thing to do close to flight time|
|Some nervous responses|
|Thanksgiving aftermath, maybe|
|Small sample, to Brits|
|Like this clue among the Acrosses|
|Ones closest to you, informally|
|Sch. whose athletes are nicknamed the Hoos|
|Annual coll. basketball event|
|Mathematical puzzle with movable disks|
|Targets of leg raises, informally|
|Safe to skate on, say|
|Decorative features throughout Spain's Alhambra palace|
|On the ___|
|One getting a big scoop?|
|Lead-in to "land" in a hit 2020 film|
|They vary according to income|
|Do some yardwork|
|Series set in Middle-earth, for short|
|Common additive to melted butter in Italian cuisine|
|Emulate Desdemona and Othello, in a way|
|Like some chickens on farms|
|Start of a series|
|Impressive spot to sell out|
|"The perfume of heroic deeds," to Socrates|
|TV host Kotb|
|"___ has truth in it; wisecracking is simply calisthenics with words": Dorothy Parker|
|Beginnings of life|
|Several of them are named for gods: Abbr.|
|A word with thou|