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March 31, 2017

It’s that time of year: time for trees to start budding and gardens to spring to life. Here’s what’s going on over at Gardenista.

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Above: Read about the benefits of decomposed granite in Low-Cost Luxury: 9 Ways to Use Decomposed Granite in a Landscape.
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Above: Everything you ever wanted to know about growing a rooftop garden escape but forgot to ask: It’s all in our Ask the Expert: Roof Garden Basics with Designer Julie Farris.
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Above: Among our 11 Landscape Design Mistakes to Avoid in 2017: For a lush summer garden, you have to give plants some breathing room.
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Above: We love peg rails for storing just about everything in the home (see Object Lessons: The Shaker Peg Rail). Turns out they also come in handy in the toolshed or entryway; see 10 Easy Pieces: Peg Rails for a few of our garden-perfect favorites.
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Above: From paint to furniture, gray is our go-to neutral. So what about in the garden? Our 10 Easy Pieces: Gray Flowers—including this striking bunch of silver Brunia—add low-key elegance anywhere.
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Above: We asked an English gardener and antiques expert how to create a leafy oasis with minimal sun—see Ask the Expert: Design Tips for a Shady Courtyard Garden for his tips.

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