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    by Michelle Slatalla on July 23, 2019 at 8:00 am

    Pinks, Dianthus: “Savior of Sissinghurst” Consider the “vast tribe of pinks, or Dianthus,” as the legendary English plantswoman Vita Sackville-West did when planting out the next season’s flower beds in her Sissinghurst Castle gardens. “There are few plants more charming, traditional, or accommodating,” Sackville-West believed. “They make few demands. Sun-lovers, they like a well-drained and […]

  • Landscaping Ideas: A Classic Cottage Garden on Cape Cod
    by Justine Hand on July 22, 2019 at 8:00 am

    Turns out there is something more romantic than a rose-covered cottage: two 19th-century, rose-covered cottages, united by a rambling garden of wild natives, exuberant perennials, and more than 80 heirloom roses, perched on a windswept cliff overlooking Cape Cod Bay. This three-quarter-acre gem is the labor of love of Scott Warner and David Kirchner. Purchased […]

  • Trending on Remodelista: Easy Ways to Refresh Your Decor this Summer
    by Gardenista Team on July 19, 2019 at 2:30 pm

    Much of our country is experiencing a heat wave, which means you may want to stay indoors this weekend—in front of an air conditioner, and a fan, with your feet in a bucket of ice water. Here are some projects, courtesy of Remodelista editors, that you can work on while you try to stay cool: […]

  • DIY: Rustic Gate Clasp
    by Julie Carlson on July 19, 2019 at 8:00 am

    Here’s an exceedingly charming project for beachcombers: For another of our favorite gate closers, see Cannonball Gate Closer. Finally, learn how to successfully design a fence for any landscape or garden project with our Hardscaping 101: Fences & Gates guide. […]

  • The Wave Hill Chair: Minimalist, Timeless—and You Can Make It Yourself!
    by Fan Winston on July 18, 2019 at 8:00 am

    Julie and Margot recently attended a benefit dinner at Wave Hill, a public garden and under-the-radar treasure in the Bronx. The next day, Julie didn’t report back about the beautiful plantings or the breathtaking views of the Hudson River; rather, ever the design geek, she waxed poetic about the garden chairs she saw there. (See […]