This week found us exploring the unspoken words of flowers, a welcoming Australian café, and the best of garden photography. Read on:
- A former rock musician takes floral design to the next level.
- What was really planted in Marie Antoinette’s garden?
- We’re experiencing garden envy over this Australian home.
Above: As we near International Women’s Day––March 8––we’re anticipating the release of Artisan’s new book, Why We March, a collection of images of protest signs carried by marchers around the world.
- The language of flowers.
- On the market: Grey Gardens.
- UK readers: 20 winter gardens to visit before spring.
Above: On our Melbourne to-do list: Workshop Brothers Coffee in the city’s Glen Huntly neighborhood a green facade, natural light, and houseplants. Photograph by The Stella Collective via @workshopbros.
- The world’s premier competition in botanical photography announces its winners.
- Pantone’s Color of the Year symbolizes new beginnings––and a coming spring.
- Admiring botanical tiles and small bouquets in a London bathroom on Remodelista.
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