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Trending on Gardenista: Waterworld

February 28, 2014

“I don’t know anybody who’s not worried about water,” Gardenista editor Michelle says. “There’s either too much of it or too little. In California, where I live, we’re experiencing the worst drought in a century. In New York, where my friends live, sea levels are rising so fast that LaGuardia Airport may become a modern version of the lost city of Atlantis by 2100.”

So here’s how to cope:

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Above: Erin chats with landscape architect Christine Ten Eyck about designing gardens in arid landscapes; see Ask the Expert: 11 Tips for Designing a Water-Conscious Garden.
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Above: Erin dropped in on Caffe Spina in Greenpoint, more than just a flower shop (hint: coffee is involved).

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