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Trending on Gardenista: The Mediterranean Way to Garden

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Trending on Gardenista: The Mediterranean Way to Garden

May 23, 2014

Gardenista joined us in the Greek Isles–and learned how horticulturalists triumph in the land of sun and sea. They also came away with a recipe for whitewash. Here are six posts not to miss:

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Above: The trick to growing plants in extreme weather conditions? Michelle details 10 Garden Ideas to Steal from the Greeks.
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Above: The key to staying cool: a whitewashed balcony with sun filtering through bamboo poles. Learn how to recreate the look in DIY: Whitewashed Walls and Steal This Look: Greek Bamboo Canopy.
  • The subject of this week’s Landscape Architect Visit: a group of eight houses on Antiparos, built with a minimum impact on the landscape (design by Thomas Doxiadis), and and each with pools and perfect sea views.
  • How can you grow a Mediterranean garden in your own backyard? Hint: Cypress trees stand sentry in this Mill Valley, California, landscape. Michelle leads us on a visit to a Modern CA Garden Inspired by the Classics.
  • Looking for one of the easiest Mediterranean ingredients to grow? “For a plant believed to boost memory, rosemary is hardy enough to be forgotten,” writes Amanda in this week’s Field Guide.
  • Go to Gardenista’s Greek Isles issue for more.

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