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Trending on Gardenista: Fall Forecast

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Trending on Gardenista: Fall Forecast

September 28, 2018

With the first week of fall behind us, the Gardenista editors put a finger on the pulse of what’s currently trending. Here’s a look:

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Above: “Just as floral prairie dresses have emerged as one of fashion’s most popular looks this autumn, prairie-style gardens—with meadow flowers, no-mow grasses, and just enough messiness to create habitats for wildlife—are a trend we’re seeing nationwide,” writes Michelle. See what other trends she’s tracking in 9 Best Garden Design Trends for Fall 2018. Photograph by Greta Rybus.
like a coat closet for your garden, a wooden garden shed can hold (and hide fro 10
Above: Like a coat closet for your garden, a wooden garden shed can hold (and hide from view) all of your gardening-related detritus. See a few favorites in 10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Garden Shed Kits.
and, with only a strand of native eucalyptus as inspiration, landscape architec 11
Above: And, with only a strand of native eucalyptus as inspiration, landscape architect Ben Scott created a hazy, romantic landscape for a 20-acre property on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula. Take a tour in Landscape Visit: Manicured—and Wild, on Australia’s Mornington Peninsula. Photograph by Simon Griffiths, courtesy of Ben Scott Landscape Design.

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