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Table of Contents: A New Start


Table of Contents: A New Start

January 5, 2015

Welcome to 2015. We’re welcoming new garden trends–hello, countertop microgreens and mini meadows–and a chance to start fresh. Join us this week as we pamper our houseplants:


Above: Photograph by Michelle Slatalla from DIY: How to Force Muscari Bulbs.



Above: A living wall makes the most of a narrow, 15-foot-wide backyard in New York City. Michelle tours in today’s Architect Visit. Photograph by Chris Cooper courtesy of Lubrano Ciavarra.



Above: Marie went home to Cape Town for the holidays, and now she’s back, invigorated from a Garden Visit at Cellars-Hohenort. Photograph by Marie Viljoen for Gardenista.



Above: Cool, minimalist, and streamlined, labware is the next hot tabletop trend. Michelle finds the best beakers and flasks for foliage, in Tuesday’s 10 Easy Pieces. Photograph by Ethanollie via Etsy.



Above: Janet reveals everything you need to know about starting spring plants in a winter cold frame, in this week’s Hardscaping 101.


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Above: Get to know the potted pilea. In Trend Alert, we have tips for how to keep this houseplant happy. Photograph by Mieke Verbijlen.


Above: In a post-holiday daze? Lindsey Love has the cure in Garden-to-Table Recipes. Just don’t call her soup a detox. Photograph by Lindsey Love.

Over at Remodelista, Julie and the team have stylish design strategies to help you stick to your resolutions: clutter-clearing helpers, budget-friendly accessories, and new morning habits to get you out the door on time. Hit refresh here.

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