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October 6, 2017

This week, as part of our Design Secrets issue, the Gardenista editors visited an 1800s saltbox in Connecticut, explored an unexpected gardening trend, and more. Here’s a look.

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Above: Justine visits a historic captain’s home and guest house, transformed, in Before & After: A New Cape Cod Garden for the Old Homestead in Provincetown (terracotta pots of Cannabis included).
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Above: Alexa rounds up 10 Easy Pieces: Soft Garden Totes, this season’s “more practical (less clunky) and very modern” solution for the garden.
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Above: Kendra visits a circa-1830 saltbox house, with lunch in the barn overlooking the garden, in Homeward Bound: My Childhood Connecticut, Only Better, at Dirt Road Farm.
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Above: The latest object of Michelle’s desire: Merdacotta Flower Pots from Italy, made from a surprising material.
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Above: A look inside the toolshed of a design editor: See Before & After: A Garden Makeover in Michigan for Editor Michelle Adams.

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