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Trending on Gardenista: Grand Gardens

March 6, 2014

This week on Gardenista, Michelle and Erin ask, “What makes a garden grand?” It’s not size, necessarily, or wealth, they say. It’s more a state of mind, and in this week’s Grand Gardens issue they explore that je ne sais quoi that elevates an everyday garden.

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Above: Inspired by Alexa’s post on the return of cut crystal, Erin challenged an up-and-coming floral designer to come up with an unfussy arrangement for a fussy vase in DIY: Reclaiming an Outmoded Cut Glass Vase with James’s Daughter Flowers.
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Above: And speaking of trends, Erin rounded up our favorite edgy fences in Trend Alert: Black Fences–we think it’s a thing.
  • Meredith perused the Remodelista + Gardenista Architect/Designer Directory and rounded up 10 Stately Gardens.
  • For the latest Field Guide installment, Amanda investigates the ins and outs of crocuses (known as the “early risers”).
  • And for the practical-minded pursuer of beauty, Meredith offers a Steal This Look on Elegant French Country Compost Bins.

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