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Pinterest Contest Winner: What’s Your Outdoor Dining Dream?

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Pinterest Contest Winner: What’s Your Outdoor Dining Dream?

March 21, 2013

Last week, we asked readers to create pinboards to describe the perfect outdoor dining experience. We’re excited to announce the winner is Jane, whose pinboard transported us from the office to a mid-afternoon idyll amid vines and fresh air. “Thanks for getting me in the outdoor spirit,” wrote Jane. “It’s been a long winter here in Montana.” Below are a few picks from Jane’s board:

Congratulations to Jane, who wins a Set Of Four Colorful Mini Planters from Wind & Willow Home.

And thank you to all our readers who posted beautiful photos. If you’re looking for another chance to celebrate the new season, and to win gardening prizes, enter our Williams-Sonoma Agrarian Contest for a chance to win a Galvanized Trug and Oak Garden Markers from Agrarian’s new spring catalog.

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Above: Kendra Wilson’s salad of fresh lettuces and edible flowers. Curious about how to cook with nasturtium, roses, and dianthus? If so, visit The English Garden: Edible Florals.

We plan to celebrate the start of spring for the entire month. If you’re with us, enter our latest contest to win a metal garden trug and oak garden markers from Agrarian.

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