Trending on Remodelista: Burrowing In
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Happy December, friends! What we love most about this time of year are the cozy and peaceful moments sandwiched between the errands and merrymaking—like these quiet scenes, courtesy of Remodelista this week: Plus: Remodelista Gift Guide 2023: Useful Stocking Stuffers for the Grown-up Set, Under $30 Edition Remodelista Gift Guide 2023: Gift Sets for the ..read more
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Trend Alert: Winter Wreaths Gone Wild
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2d ago
Occasionally something stops us in our tracks on Instagram. And so it was on an icy late November evening when we spied Anna Potter’s enormous wreath of dried grasses, hydrangeas, rosehips, and iridescent lunaria seedpods. Destined for a local café in Sheffield where the floral designer’s store, Swallows & Damsons is based, the wreath was ..read more
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Brooklyn Botanic Garden Handbooks: A Series with a Cult Following
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3d ago
Whenever I visit a used bookshop, I march straight to the garden section. Once there, I’ll scan the shelves for slender paperback spines about nine inches tall. I’m looking for the Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s handbooks, and whenever I find one, I feel like I’ve hit the jackpot. My gardening book library is full of beautiful ..read more
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Gardenista Holiday Gift Guide 2023: Stocking Stuffers for the Gardening-Obsessed, All Under $25
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4d ago
For the gardener on your list who needs a little reminder that growing season is just around the corner (albeit a long, cold corner that will take four or five months to get around), here are 10 flora- and fauna-inspired stocking stuffers to cheer them up—all for under $25. See also: Gift Guide 2023: 9 ..read more
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Required Reading: ‘Dacha: The Soviet Country Cottage’
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5d ago
In northern Europe there are varying ideas of what a summer house might be: a place by the water in Scandinavia, a dwelling among vegetables in Germany, or, in the UK, a leaky outdoor room, maybe furnished with a couple of old chairs. In Russia there is the dacha, a more elusive term that is ..read more
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Hardy Orange: A Velvety, Cold-Climate Citrus
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6d ago
Late fall brings the hardy orange, one of the most fragrant fruits of the season, to ripeness. When its small, velvety fruits drop to the ground from supremely thorny branches, the citrus connoisseurs pounce. The fruits’ velvety yellow rinds are thickly protective, so they land intact, sometimes lasting for weeks before deteriorating. Their intense aroma ..read more
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Trending on Remodelista: Ready, Set, Gift
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1w ago
tktk Sales Gift Ideas Gathering Place Plus: 10 Easy Pieces: Freestanding Wood Stoves Steal This Look: Arts and Crafts Dining Room in Surrey Before & After: Architect Pat Bernatz’s Reimagined House on the Hill in East LA ..read more
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Required Reading: ‘The English Gardener’s Garden’
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1w ago
The phrase “English garden” may conjure a particular image in your mind: perhaps the neatly clipped hedges and expansive lawns of a country estate or maybe an informal tumble of blossoms spilling over a path in a cottage garden. The recently-published book The English Gardener’s Garden proves, in 2023, there are a myriad of definitions ..read more
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DIY: Foraged Thanksgiving Tabletop with Berries and Branches
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1w ago
At my house, we always have a foraged floral arrangement for Thanksgiving. Some years, we decorate with persimmons and bay boughs, and others with herbs and berry sprigs in juice glasses. Whatever’s outdoors is on the table too. Here are a few easy tips for making your own zero-cost holiday centerpiece, which by the way looks ..read more
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The Garden Decoder: What Is a ‘Three Sisters Garden’?
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1w ago
I first learned about the Three Sisters Garden when I used to teach a kids’ gardening class at an elementary school. As my students sat in a circle on stumpy log stools, I read them a story about this traditional planting method before we dug into our plot with some seeds. I had nearly forgotten ..read more
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