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Trending on Gardenista: Blooming London

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Trending on Gardenista: Blooming London

November 14, 2014

This week, the Gardenista crew crossed the pond with us–and then peeled off to explore the garden-obsessed side of the city. Here are five posts not to miss.

That Flower Shop London Gardenista
Above: “Move over, Brooklyn florists,” says Cheryl. “London is home to the new ‘it’ girls.” She leads the way to That Flower Shop in Shoreditch, shown here, and six other Must-Shop Florists in London.
umbrella basket rattan gardenista 2
Above: Finding attractive yet unobtrusive umbrella stands can take up more than a rainy day. Naturally, the Brits supplied this rattan answer–see 10 Easy Pieces for Michelle’s best finds. Go to this week’s Object Lesson for more Wicker Baskets from England, Caskets Included.
  • The ultimate in Curb Appeal? A black-and-white tiled path to your front door. In Mosaic Tile From London with Love, Michelle supplies the inspiration and the sources.
  • And to go with that geometric walkway, perhaps a winter window box of tiny trees? And a pot of hardy Helleborus too? Learn how to create both in Erin’s DIY Project.
  • Wishing your rooms felt like summer year-round? Take a look at British Invasion: 6 Black-and-White Botanical Wallpapers. Conveniently they’re all available from San Francisco’s Wallpaper Collective.
  • Now that winter is closing in, catch up on your Gardenista reading: Browse all the back issues here.

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