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February 23, 2018

This week the Gardenista editors took a much-needed foray into warmer weather. Here’s a look.

a lush and modern take on a filler flower: see rethinking acacia: summery bran 9
Above: A lush and modern take on a filler flower: See Rethinking Acacia: Summery Branches to Brighten a Winter Table.
consult our guide to everything you need to know about houseplants for tips a 10
Above: Consult our guide to Everything You Need to Know About Houseplants for tips and tricks, no matter which kind suits your taste. Photograph by Matthew Williams.
the latest, most refreshing take on the swimming pool? naturally filtered pools 11
Above: The latest, most refreshing take on the swimming pool? Naturally filtered pools. Read on in Hardscaping 101: Natural Swimming Pools.
plus, a look at &#8\2\20;an oasis of beauty, tranquility, and exquisitely w 12
Above: Plus, a look at “an oasis of beauty, tranquility, and exquisitely whimsical design” in California (which, fortunately, survived the recent plight of mudslides and fires). Take a tour at Letter from California: Lotusland Survives Fire and Fury in Montecito.

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