Check out the private gardens of these six rock musicians.
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When rock musicians aren't working, where do they go to relax? Some head to their gardens. Here are a few rather special places.
Grace Slick (lead singer for Jefferson Airplane and later, Jefferson Starship) loves this home for its blend of Tudor and Mediterranean styles. The home sits on two acres overlooking the southern California coast.
"I love to see all this green stuff doing what it does," says Grace. "I hate cutting it. I never cut any of the roses. I like to allow flowers to grow and then do what they're going to do."
Grace is probably most remembered for the 1967 rock classic "White Rabbit", so it's not surprising that white rabbits play a role in her gardens.
Facts about this three-acre garden, located on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol.