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Trending on Gardenista: Winter Color

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Trending on Gardenista: Winter Color

January 20, 2017

This week on Gardenista: Add color to the dark winter months by cultivating bright-colored plants or flowers.

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Above: We’re getting glimpses of spring with a visit to Electric Daisy Flower Farm in the Wiltshire countryside, where Fiona Haser Bizony makes flower crowns with seasonal blooms.

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Above: In this week’s Gardening 101: String of Pearls, an easy-to-care-for succulent that adds a dash of irreverence to any room or arrangement.

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Above: As seen in our weekend Current Obsessions: We love these Cocoon Vases by WrenLab to bring your favorite flowers inside.

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Above: Be overprepared while winter lasts with our picks for 10 Easy Pieces: Barometers.

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Above: There are more than 900 varieties of Salvia, but all are bright and do well without much water. Seen here: A hedge of salvia paired with sage in an Old Hollywood garden.

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