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Trending on Gardenista: Winter White

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Trending on Gardenista: Winter White

December 16, 2016

We’re looking to white (and bulbs and seeds) on winter’s shortest days.

white ranunculus, photo by justine hand 9

Above: With “ruffled petals delicately layered like a French pastry,” ranunculus is an elegant addition to any winter bouquet.

tulips on the bulb, photo by michelle slatalla 10

Above: Source tulips on the bulb this holiday season for a longer-lasting display—and a hint of spring.

butterfly garden seed kit terrain 11

Above: Seed packets make a hopeful—and easily-transportable—gift. Here are our eight favorites.

hold general store, photo by kelly brown 12

Above: A general store on Vancouver Island sells farm-fresh greens and dried herbs alongside artful everyday goods. (See our post on Remodelista for a look at the brushes and cups for sale.)

welsh wreath making, photo by britt willoughby dyer 13

Above: On a frosty afternoon in Wales, a wreath-making gathering keeps spirits bright.

mark tessier santa monica garden decomposed granite, photo by art gray 14

Above: A lush gardenscape and a Santa Monica bungalow get a makeover, ancient sycamore included.

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