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Trending on Gardenista: Enchanted Gardens

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Trending on Gardenista: Enchanted Gardens

August 10, 2018

Miniatures week on Gardenista brought fairy gardens, tiny flower arrangements, and more. Here’s a look.

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Above: “A miniature vase can have maximum impact,” writes Michelle in Tiny Bouquets: 8 Ideas for Floral Arrangements in Miniature Vases. To prove her point, events designer David Stark weighed in with his top tips for tiny bouquets. Photograph by Corrie Beth Hogg, courtesy of David Stark Design.
In How to Garden Like a Frenchwoman:  Ideas to Steal from a Paris Balcony, the editors dropped in on actress and scriptwriter Diane Valsonne&#8
Above: In How to Garden Like a Frenchwoman: 10 Ideas to Steal from a Paris Balcony, the editors dropped in on actress and scriptwriter Diane Valsonne’s 10th Arrondissement apartment to get inspiration from her charming balcony. Photograph by Mimi Giboin for Gardenista.
And, for the most charming fairy garden on the block, check out  Easy Pieces: Miniatures for Fairy Gardens. They&#8
Above: And, for the most charming fairy garden on the block, check out 10 Easy Pieces: Miniatures for Fairy Gardens. They’re all made of natural materials, of course.

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