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Trending on Gardenista: Into December

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Trending on Gardenista: Into December

December 1, 2017

With December coming on, the Gardenista editors round up gifts for the non-gardener, visit the flower bar at a Seattle restaurant and bakery, and offer 10 live, easy-to-order tabletop Christmas trees for the small-space dweller. Here’s a look.

Trending on Gardenista Into December The first of our gift guides offers six solutions for the non gardener who wants to be a gardener, including this aptly titled book,  How Not to Kill Your Plants. See Gift Guide: Cures for a Black Thumb for more.
Above: The first of our gift guides offers six solutions for the non-gardener who wants to be a gardener, including this aptly-titled book,  How Not to Kill Your Plants. See Gift Guide: Cures for a Black Thumb for more.
Trending on Gardenista Into December &#8\2\20;Behind a wide, heavy wooden door on Fleet Street, a small courtyard with a collegiate atmosphere has been minding its own business for hundreds of years. Welcome to Hare Court in central London: always open, if you can find it.&#8\2\2\1; Duck inside in Hidden London: Behind a Hobbit’s Door on Fleet Street, Hare Court Garden.
Above: “Behind a wide, heavy wooden door on Fleet Street, a small courtyard with a collegiate atmosphere has been minding its own business for hundreds of years. Welcome to Hare Court in central London: always open, if you can find it.” Duck inside in Hidden London: Behind a Hobbit’s Door on Fleet Street, Hare Court Garden.
Trending on Gardenista Into December For the apartment dweller or the space conscious: \10 Easy Pieces: Tabletop Live Christmas Trees (all of them live and easy to order).
Above: For the apartment dweller or the space-conscious: 10 Easy Pieces: Tabletop Live Christmas Trees (all of them live and easy to order).
Trending on Gardenista Into December A closer look at the charming Flower Shop at London Plane in Seattle (and see the interiors here on Remodelista).
Above: A closer look at the charming Flower Shop at London Plane in Seattle (and see the interiors here on Remodelista).

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