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August 18, 2017

This week on Gardenista: the before/after backyard of a favorite designer, what Parisian florists know, and more.

a textile designer takes on garden design: see before & after: a \$3,0 17
Above: A textile designer takes on garden design: See Before & After: A $3,000 Garden Makeover for Brooklyn Designer Rebecca Atwood to find out how she did it.
in the spirit of low maintenance gardening, &#8\2\20;we like the look of a  18
Above: In the spirit of low-maintenance gardening, “We like the look of a sack for a flowerpot—a bit like growing a plant right out of your bag of soil,” Alexa writes. See 10 Easy Pieces: Soft Sack Plant Pots for our full list of favorites.
ever wonder how the french make flower arrangements look so artful and effortle 19
Above: Ever wonder how the French make flower arrangements look so artful and effortless? We asked: See Chic Techniques: 10 Ideas to Steal from a Parisian Florist to learn their secrets.
fountains leak, mulch is sometimes better than gravel, and other things yo 20
Above: Fountains leak, mulch is sometimes better than gravel, and other Things Your Landscape Architect Wishes You Knew (But Is Too Polite to Tell You).

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