From a designer’s LA garden to tips for thriving herbs, here’s what we’ve been inspired by this week.
Above: If you find yourself in or around Seattle this weekend, join the Garden Conservancy this evening for Garden & Grapes with Ciscoe Morris. There will a wine tasting featuring local vineyards, hors d’oeuvres, and a silent auction, all in good company with the certified arborist and gardener. Details here.
- Expert tips for a thriving herb garden.
- Potted, a Gardenista favorite in LA, is heading to the westside.
Above: Currently coveting: Sonadora’s Circle Planters that offer a new twist on the classic mid-century plant holder.
- With 17 gardens on display, who will win this year’s Chelsea Flower Show?
- Oakland-based Edyn has unveiled its new wireless water valve that lets users automatically irrigate their gardens.
Above: We’ve been followers of the quite understated designs of Lan Jaenicke for years, so naturally we were thrilled to learn the designer had launched her open studio and garden in Los Angeles. We’ll soon be visiting the space, described as “a place to be inspired by new discoveries or to simply take refuge in quietude from the bustling day.” Photo courtesy of Lan Jaenicke.
- These fast-growing plants add instant curb appeal.
- A simple guide to keeping outdoor furniture looking fresh.
Above: We first learned of Warren Keller from our friends at The Horticult. Now we’re avid followers of his endless ideas and tips for thriving succulents (@warrensgarden).
Looking for a weekend project? If so, visit our post on DIY: Pretty and Carefree Paper Plants.