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Trending on Gardenista: Lessons from Japan

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Trending on Gardenista: Lessons from Japan

February 9, 2018

This week the editors at Gardenista and Remodelista alike took their cues from Japan. Here’s a look at the week on Gardenista.

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Above: We take a walk through a gatehouse courtyard in London’s Stoke Common Nature Reserve, inspired by shou sugi ban, in Gatehouse Garden: A Dramatic Black Backdrop for a White Wildflower Meadow. Photograph by Rosangela Photography, courtesy of Stefano Marinaz Landscape Architecture.
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Above: This week’s Object of Desire: a timber pot from a Japan-based woodturner.
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Above: The perfect Valentine for a gardener or admirer of Japanese style? Phaidon’s new book The Japanese Garden. (Alexa recently bought a copy for her Japanese garden enthusiast husband.) Read on in Required Reading: The Japanese Garden by Sophie Walker.
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Above: An expert on Japanese gardens distills 10 Ideas for Designing a Japanese-Inspired Garden, from water features to muted color palettes.

More this week on Gardenista:

N.B.: Featured photograph by Jeremy Bittermann, courtesy of MW Works, from Midcentury Made Modern: A Very Zen Landscape for an Architectural Gem in Seattle.

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