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February 24, 2017

With small hints of warm weather, we’re inching toward spring—and starting to plan our gardens. Here’s what we’ve been thinking about this week.

A summer getaway on Shelter Island is ready for warm weather wear and tear with a durable patio in this week&#8
Above: A summer getaway on Shelter Island is ready for warm weather wear and tear with a durable patio in this week’s Hardscaping 101: Filler Stones for Paths. Photograph by Matthew Williams for Gardenista.
Reap now, sow later: Time to start thinking about planting a kitchen garden. To start, check out our  Easy Pieces: Raised Bed Kits.
Above: Reap now, sow later: Time to start thinking about planting a kitchen garden. To start, check out our 10 Easy Pieces: Raised Bed Kits.
Prepare for the fertile season with Dirty Secrets:  Ways to Improve Garden Soil.
Above: Prepare for the fertile season with Dirty Secrets: 10 Ways to Improve Garden Soil.
When planning a textural, all-season garden, learn from the master; see Garden Design: Learning to Plant the Piet Oudolf Way.
Above: When planning a textural, all-season garden, learn from the master; see Garden Design: Learning to Plant the Piet Oudolf Way.
In this week&#8
Above: In this week’s Object of Desire, Michelle covets a European galvanized steel seed-starter tray with removable pots.
Garden goals: Tucked away behind a row of hedges is an English potager, complete with sweet peas and pears. Join us for a tour; see Behind the Hedges: Catherine Horwood&#8
Above: Garden goals: Tucked away behind a row of hedges is an English potager, complete with sweet peas and pears. Join us for a tour; see Behind the Hedges: Catherine Horwood’s Hidden Kitchen Garden.

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