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Current Obsessions: Fall Prep

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Current Obsessions: Fall Prep

September 6, 2014

Here’s a glimpse of what we’re loving lately:

Above: For more see gardening under glass with Emma Sibley.
    •  Our new obsession is eating the rainbow.
    • Did you know rhubarb is a cool weather crop? Longing to make this pie recipe.  
    • Mark your calendars for Pickling 101 at Workshop San Francisco. 
    • Getting supplies for a strappy DIY flower press.
    • We’re eager to visit Petersham Nurseries after learning it doubles as a cafe with delicious food.
    • All about bark, “the armor, the life-support, the face of a tree.”
    • Just when we thought we were growing tired of terrariums, we fell for these wall-mounted glass half-domes.
    • An oil stain can ruin any driveway. Learn how to remove it here.
    • Endangered: Palm trees in Madagascar.
    • Summer might on its way out, but there’s still time to dine al fresco. We’re taking notes from Sarah Samuels of Smitten Studio. 
    •  We’re loving the landscape design at the newly renovated cafe inside the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice.
    • Plant combinations that only a biologist and landscape designer could think of. 

    This week, we shared tips and tools for The Organized Life–and don’t miss Remodelista’s issue on getting organized indoors.

     

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