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Current Obsessions: In Bruges

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Current Obsessions: In Bruges

June 9, 2018

This weekend we’re wrapping up our Flemish Gardens issue. Up next? Our week on Postage-Stamp Gardens. For now, here’s what’s on our list for the weekend.

One from the archives: a simple sprig of Queen Anne&#8\2\17;s lace at Bouchery in Brussels: The Prettiest Restaurant in Belgium?, published in \20\16 on Remodelista.
Above: One from the archives: a simple sprig of Queen Anne’s lace at Bouchery in Brussels: The Prettiest Restaurant in Belgium?, published in 2016 on Remodelista.
  • The Gardenista Considered Design Awards are officially open to weekend gardeners, landscape architects, houseplant obsessives, garden-to-table growers, and everyone in between. Enter by tomorrow (June 10) and your project may be featured in an upcoming Gardenista post. (Have an interiors or organization project to submit? See the categories on Remodelista and The Organized Home.)
  • Annie has long wanted to check out Swale NYC, a “floating food forest” on a mobile barge, where all the edible plants—from blackberries to peppermint to wild leeks to kiwi and hops (see the full list here)—are available for free. This weekend Swale also is hosting a series of free workshops, including a look at medicinal plants growing wild in the city.
  • Speaking of mobile gardens, file this under: Only In Japan.
 A river house in Maastricht (lap pool included).
Above: A river house in Maastricht (lap pool included).
Plus, plant swaps going on this weekend:

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