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January 12, 2018

This week, inspired by vintage palettes (like the Shaker palette we noted on Remodelista), the Gardenista editors noted shades of green and blue in the garden. Take a look.

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Above: Step inside our ideal potting shed (blue door included): We break down the key components in 10 Ideas to Organize the Perfect Potting Shed.
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Above: We like these whimsical hand-forged garden tools that look as though they have claws and beaks. (This one is charmingly wrapped in cord, for a comfortable grip.) Read on in Object of Desire: Hand-Forged Garden Tools, from France.
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Above: A couple clears away a jungle of saplings and brambles to create a garden as rational as the historic house alongside. Shown here: a prim built-in bench. Read Beneath the Brambles: C.F.A. Voysey in an English Garden to see how they did it.
our picks for the potting bench, fully vetted: see \10 easy pieces: wooden pott 12
Above: Our picks for the potting bench, fully vetted: See 10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Potting Benches.
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Above: “Before a fast-drying black paint was invented in the 1930s, iron gates in England were likely to be painted cheerier colors: green, gray, or red,” Michelle explains. Read on in Garden Gate Design: 10 Iron Entryways with Curb Appeal.

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