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Trending on Gardenista: California Christmas

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Trending on Gardenista: California Christmas

December 5, 2014

The Gardenista team joined us in LA this week to get ready for Saturday’s Remodelista Market at Big Daddy’s (come one, come all, this year there’s a dedicated Gardenista section). Meanwhile, they’ve been prepping for the holidays. Take a look at their finds.

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Above: In Gift Guide: Editors’ Picks, the Gardenista team present their own hearts’ desires. Margot would like a hanging light that doubles as a planter.
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Above: Make room on the tree–in 10 Favorites, Michelle presents irresistible Scandi-Style Christmas Ornaments.
  • Make your own wreath–this one is fashioned from exotic (but easy to source) air plants, orchids, and juniper. Learn how from The Wreath Recipe Book, today’s Required Reading.
  • In Restaurant Visit, Cheryl joins the beautiful people and palms at chef Roy Choi’s splashed-out greenhouse canteen on a hotel rooftop in LA’s Koreatown.
  • The place for your gilded acorns? How about a Living Christmas Tree that you festoon inside and then plant in the backyard? Allow Justine–whose giant thuja is shown here–to fill you in on the details.

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