This week the Gardenista editors are noting dried fall flowers and an artist’s gardens in a New York hamlet. Here’s a look:
- A growing trend: Are houseplants the new pets?
- Justine spent yesterday at the Chairish tent at Brimfield, identifying fall trends and sourcing vintage finds. New Englanders: Brimfield continues through this Sunday, September 10.
- For folks in the Mill Valley area, The Makery and Bloomingayle’s are hosting the first of two floral design workshops this weekend.
- Opening soon at the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Michigan: Rodin and the Contemporary Figurative Tradition and an homage to the iconic flower of fall.
- Annie is ordering a few sculptural dried cuttings, vines, and seed pods for simple fall arrangements.
- A scent for September: We like the sounds of Bog Myrtle Incense by UK-based natural fragrance company Haekels: “The aroma is warm, welcoming and slightly spicy,” they say. (Also intriguing: Lambs Ear, Wild Fennel, and Juniper.)
- Fall’s “it” cookbook: anticipating Athena Calderone Cook Beautiful, now on pre-sale.
- 6 tips for navigating end-of-summer outdoor furniture sales.
- Now trending: Garden Hacks: 10 Ideas for Privacy Screens.
- 10 reasons to bring the outdoors in, over on Remodelista.
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