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Trending on Gardenista: White Flowers and Weeds You Can Eat

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Trending on Gardenista: White Flowers and Weeds You Can Eat

April 22, 2016

Grow your own Great White Way: On Gardenista this week, Michelle and team celebrate one-palette gardens. They also present some sharp-looking tools and investigate edible weeds, recipes included.

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Above: This week’s Color Story: 9 Favorite White-on-White Garden Palettes. This one surrounds a San Francisco artist’s studio. Photograph courtesy of Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture.
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Above: Alexa interviewed expert gardeners to come up with the best pruners at a range of price points—see which ones made the cut in 10 Easy Pieces.
  • Bamboo-handled scissors from a Utah company with a social conscience.
  • Knotweed hummus, anyone? Today is Earth Day, and Marie Viljoen suggests you honor it by munching on an invasive species. And it being spring, “we’re spoiled for choices,” she points out in Weeds You Can Eat.
  • Wicker handwoven by Spanish craftsmen is this week’s Outdoor Furniture find.

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