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Table of Contexts: Master Mix

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Table of Contexts: Master Mix

May 9, 2016

You have to get the mix right, in garden design (and in life). Join us this week as we visit a garden with a dramatic black backdrop, play with planter arrangements, and pick and choose the best succulents to grow indoors:

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Above: Photograph by Jim Powell.

Monday

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Above: In this week’s Garden Visit, Kendra tours a garden where a black backdrop makes every other color more vivid. Photograph by Jim Powell.

Tuesday

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Above: Alexa plays mix and match with herb markers in this week’s 10 Easy Pieces post.

Wednesday

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Above: Find out which varieties of succulents are most likely to thrive indoors in this week’s DIY post. Photograph by Erin Boyle.

Thursday

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Above: Julie assembles a collection of scallop-edged pots in this week’s Pots & Planters post.

Friday

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Above: You’re getting your window box prepped for summer. Is it OK to reuse potting soil? Find out in this week’s Gardening 101 post.

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