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What to Read in This Week’s Garden Basics Issue

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What to Read in This Week’s Garden Basics Issue

February 3, 2019

What are new basics gardeners new to know? This week we’ll cover how to design a garden on a budget, where to source a front modern picket gate, and which exterior paint colors Parisian architects pick time after time.

See more of this garden (also shown in the featured image above) designed on a tight budget at Before & After: A Garden Makeover in Michigan for Editor Michelle Adams. Photograph by Marta Xochilt Perez.
Above: See more of this garden (also shown in the featured image above) designed on a tight budget at Before & After: A Garden Makeover in Michigan for Editor Michelle Adams. Photograph by Marta Xochilt Perez.

Stay tuned for more upcoming stories:

  • Indispensable (and colorful) three-season perennial grasses are in; fussy water-hogging flowers are out.
  • Marijuana is legal crop in many parts of the US these days—but just how easy is it to grow?
  • What to do in the garden in February.

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