When the Lawrence hipsters run out of cash, Love Garden is where they sell their stash. And we reap the rewards. The bins of newly arrived CDs and LPs are a buffet of the obscure, the classic and the all-around good. The love in the name is no arbitrary adjective, and neither is the garden -- co-owners Kory Willis and Kelly Corcoran groom their store's inventory like persnickety English horticulturists, mercilessly weeding out the bad stuff and cultivating the sorts of CDs you read about in Mojo and can't find at Best Buy. Love Garden is the kind of high-quality bazaar that can tempt even the least committed music lover to blow his or her kids' college fund on a floor-to-ceiling record library. Places this good are rarer than a Soviet pressing of Sgt. Pepper.