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What to Read in This Week’s Pretty in Pink Issue

February 10, 2019

Pink is a color proven to lift spirits. Full of promise, pink is for optimists, romantics, and rose lovers.

This week we’ll prove the point. Join us for reports from the front lines of gardening: blush-colored flower pots, peony-pink outdoor furniture, delicate flowering houseplants, and shrubs with long, pearly tassels.

For more of this garden, see The Magicians: An English Professor and a Novelist Conjure a Garden in Brooklyn. Photograph by Nicole Franzen.
Above: For more of this garden, see The Magicians: An English Professor and a Novelist Conjure a Garden in Brooklyn. Photograph by Nicole Franzen.

Join us this week for:

  • A visit to a stylish rooftop garden in Lower Manhattan where the pink upholstery can winter outdoors.
  • Everything you need to know about silk tassel bushes.
  • Parisian paint picks for front doors.

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