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Trending on Gardenista: Home Sweet Homestead

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Trending on Gardenista: Home Sweet Homestead

September 21, 2018

Remodelista’s Homestead week was echoed over on Gardenista, where the editors found ideas to steal, products to covet, and more. Here’s a look.

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Above: “Install weathervane technology,” writes Michelle. “A weathered copper weathervane adds vintage appeal and is more accurate than your iPhone at tracking wind currents.” See more in 11 Garden Ideas to Steal from Hipster Homesteaders. Photograph by Joe Fletcher, courtesy of General Assembly.
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Above: Will you rake your yard this fall? Fan finds out the best practices in Your First Garden: What You Need to Know About Raking Leaves. Photograph by John Merkl.
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Above: And, document your homesteading journey in one of Peg & Awl’s frontier-style garden journals, made from scavenged reclaimed materials. Read more in The Neo-Homesteader’s Essential Garden Journal.

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