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Trending on Gardenista: Clean Slates

January 6, 2017

The days are getting longer and we’re catching glimpses of spring. This week on Gardenista: small moments of botanical self-care, how to keep your houseplants alive through the cold months, and more.

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Above: Houseplants are a burst of green amid the grays and whites of winter. Keep them alive until spring with these 10 tips.

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Above: Relax and recharge in the new year with botanicals and tonics. We like this Winter Getaway Kit from modern apothecary Marble & Milkweed.

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Above: Sludge through January’s snow, sleet, and mud without getting your socks wet with our 10 favorite Wellington boots.

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Above: In the first installment of our new series, “Can This Garden Be Saved?,” the Gardenista experts tackle garden plots with steep slopes.

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Above: Everything you need to know about mâche, the frost-proof, cold-weather salad green that’s primed to become “the new arugula.”

For more first-week-of-the-new-year gardening ideas, see our posts:

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