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Trending on Gardenista: Last Days of Summer

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Trending on Gardenista: Last Days of Summer

August 26, 2016

It’s late August—time to dive headfirst into summer before it’s gone. This week on Gardenista, how to make the most of end-of-summer tomatoes, pave your patio with herbs, give fences an easy, dramatic update, and more.

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Above: Designer Chris Moss’s lush terrace garden in London has a moody palette of black and gray.

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Above: Our top 10 picks for cloche terrariums, to bring the outdoors in when the weather cools.

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Above: Tomatoes, the most fleeting but delectable gift of the late-summer garden, are at their peak. How to use them up before they’re gone, plus a recipe for fried green tomatoes.

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Above: Infuse green into every step of your walkway with these concrete pavers from Stockholm. They’re studded with small planters for herbs.

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Above: Paint it black: an easy but bold update for garden fences.

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