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Trending on Gardenista: The Secret Garden, Halloween Edition

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Trending on Gardenista: The Secret Garden, Halloween Edition

October 26, 2018

From creepy costumes for your houseplants to a “two-faced” Victorian garden with a modern secret, the Gardenista editors went all out for their All Hallow’s Eve week. Here’s what you missed:

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Above: Behind its gingerbread-esque facade, this Melbourne, Australia, home hides a secret in the form of an ultra-modern rear extension and contemporary landscape to match. Take the full tour in Before & After: A Two-Faced Victorian Garden with a Secret. Photograph by Derek Swalwell, courtesy of Ben Scott Garden Design.
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Above: “On Halloween our haunted houseplants will gather by the front door, where they can scowl menacingly at the trick-or-treaters,” writes Michelle in Dressed to Kill: 7 Haunted Houseplants for Halloween, where she outlines an easy way to to use your houseplants as spooky seasonal decor. Photograph by Mimi Giboin.
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Above: And, a walk around the grounds of Magdalen College for a look at the bittersweet vines that climb the buildings in The Secret History: A Master Class in Gothic Pruning. Photograph by Jim Powell.

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