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Current Obsessions: Coming to Bloom

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Current Obsessions: Coming to Bloom

March 12, 2016

From Susan Orlean to unique center pieces, here’s a look at what’s been inspiring us this week.

See Lily of the Valley: Rethinking a Springtime Posy. Photograph by Britt Willoughby Dyer.
Above: See Lily of the Valley: Rethinking a Springtime Posy. Photograph by Britt Willoughby Dyer.
  • From vegetables to golden eggs, these 12 unique center pieces caught our attention.
  • Did fake flowers become cool again?
  • A garden in a bottle.
  • Above: In a “full bloom collaboration” between author Susan Orlean and painter Phillip Taafe, The Floral Ghost takes readers through a journey that is equal parts literal and visual, nostalgic, and optimistic.
  • Over on Remodelista: Seth Meyers’ NYC kitchen has abig personality like the comedian himself.

Our latest Instagram and Pinterest Inspirations

  • We’re entranced and inspired by floral designer Flora Starkey’s visually compelling feed (@florastarkey).
  • We’re keen on visiting West Elm’s Green Walls + Vertical Gardens board, a study in greenery that stands above of us.

For more Gardenista, visit our latest issue: Color Academy.

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