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Trending on Gardenista: Summer Solstice

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Trending on Gardenista: Summer Solstice

June 22, 2018

This week’s theme on Gardenista was Midsommer—a celebration of the summer solstice. Here’s how the editors welcomed the season:

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Above: Meredith gave us a closer look at this week’s Swimming Pool of the Week: a sunken concrete pool for a landscape architect and art photographer couple’s weekend retreat in Ross, California. Photograph by Phil Bond, courtesy of Feldman Architecture.
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Above: North American native black locust flowers (called acacia in Europe) are not only beautiful, but richly fragrant and delicious to eat. Learn more about them and other edible flowers in Plant Based Diet: 16 Edible Flowers to Grow. Photograph by Marie Viljoen.
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Above: Cow parsley is a weed—or at least it used to be. Revered gardener Fergus Garrett, who oversees the gardens at Great Dixter, embraces this charming perennial to cut through the more formal elements of the landscape. Read more in Cow Parsley: An English Weed with Royal Connections. Photograph courtesy of Great Dixter.
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Above: Green and white are the overwhelming colors in art-director-turned-landscape-designer Sheila Jack’s West London garden. Among the white elements: Iris ‘Cliffs of White Dover.’ See the rest of the garden in Designer Visit: Sheila Jack’s White Garden in West London. Photograph by Britt Willoughby Dyer.

Plus, don’t forget that today is the last day to enter your garden in Gardenista’s 2018 Considered Design Awards, and your interior project in Remodelista’s 2018 Considered Design Awards.

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