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Trending on Gardenista: Ides of March

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Trending on Gardenista: Ides of March

March 17, 2017

After an unexpected cold snap, we’re thawing out and hoping for spring with a few of our favorite indoor/outdoor Gardenista stories.

Longtime Gardenista contributor Kendra Wilson has a genius new book out: Read all about it over on Gardenista.
Above: Longtime Gardenista contributor Kendra Wilson has a genius new book out: Read all about it over on Gardenista.
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Above: In this week’s Steal This Look, ideas to steal from the charming but utilitarian courtyard kitchen at one of our favorite San Francisco haunts, March. See: The Deconstructed Outdoor Kitchen.
Our current Object of Desire: An Elegant Bulb Vase from Japan.
Above: Our current Object of Desire: An Elegant Bulb Vase from Japan.
We love the moodiness of dainty hellebores, but these flowers are infamous for &#8
Above: We love the moodiness of dainty hellebores, but these flowers are infamous for “drooping, wilting, sulking, and otherwise behaving terribly” when cut. Michelle uncovers tips for success in Cut Flowers: How to Help Hellebores Last Longer.
An Early Spring Cocktail with Gorse Syrup comes not a moment too soon from County Galway, Ireland.
Above: An Early Spring Cocktail with Gorse Syrup comes not a moment too soon from County Galway, Ireland.
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Above: This week’s Architect Visit takes us to a bright Indoor-Outdoor Kitchen in Sydney, lounge space included.

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