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November 11, 2016

This week on Gardenista: climbing pear trees, wild grape vines, a hidden garden on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, and other ethereal gardens.

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Above: This week’s must-read: a complete, Insta-worthy guide to tropical houseplants by two London designers.

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Above: Rehabbing the gardens at a turn-of-the-century designer’s Northamptonshire estate—romantic climbing pear trees included.

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Above: Our 10 favorite wooden workbenches add sturdy functionality to any potting shed.

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Above: A lesson on dark, dramatic wild grape vines. (Tip No. 1: They add richness to a fall flower bouquet.)

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Above: Behind a gate and up a set of concrete stairs: a lush, hidden garden in Manhattan’s Upper West Side.

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Above: Plus Join Gardenista editor in chief Michelle Slatella and Remodelista editor in chief Julie Carlson for cocktails and DIY party at Terrain next week. Details here.

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