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Trending on Gardenista: Autumn Across the Pond

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Trending on Gardenista: Autumn Across the Pond

October 19, 2018

This week, the Gardenista editors hopped the pond to steal garden ideas from the royals, tour a magical courtyard on a storied street, and more. Here’s a look:

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Above: On a historic street in London, architecture firm Findlay Fraher created an enchanting courtyard, complete with rolling planters and an enviable outdoor dining setup. See more in Lost in Time: A London Courtyard Garden on a Camera-Ready Historic Street. Photograph courtesy of  The Modern House.
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Above: In addition to providing warmth to delicate plants in the winter months, cloches add a sculptural element to the garden. See a few favorites in Object of Desire: Victorian Glass Garden Cloches.
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Above: And, royal gossip was flying this week and the Gardenista editors couldn’t resist chiming in. Join them for a visit to Kensington Palace (the royal baby’s future home?) in 10 Garden Ideas to Steal from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Home. Photograph by Lori Oschefski via Flickr.

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