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    by Gardenista Team on June 18, 2021 at 4:15 pm

    We were drawn to the many moments of verdant color on Remodelista this week. Here’s a peek: Plus: Father’s Day 2021: 9 Gift Suggestions from a Cool Dad Cult Vinegar, a Labor of Love in the UK No. 1 Bruton: A Hotel in a 500-Year-Old Property in Somerset 10 Easy Pieces: Classic Floor Reading Lamps

  • DIY: Razor Clam Pendant Light
    by Justine Hand on June 18, 2021 at 8:00 am

    One sure sign of summer in my family: Aunt Sheila coming in from the flats carrying a bag full of razor-clam shells. These she employs to add texture throughout her house, most famously on a living-room shelf (as seen in Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home). I suppose it was inevitable, then, that the rest

  • Gardening 101: Bellflowers
    by Kier Holmes on June 17, 2021 at 8:00 am

    Bellflower, Campanula: “Starry Bells” Ranging from low and spreading to upright and tall, bellflowers are at home in most garden settings, from the front of the rock garden to the back of the perennials bed. Please keep reading to learn more: Bellflower is a group of more than 300 plants— including annual, biennial, and perennial varieties—that

  • Gardening 101: How to Deadhead Flowers
    by Michelle Slatalla on June 16, 2021 at 8:00 am

    Every summer there’s a peak season, when all the flowers in my garden decide to bloom in concert. This grand collusion lasts for…a day? Maybe two. The rest of the year I spend coaxing everybody into re-blooming. The best encouragement: deadheading. Grab a pair of clippers and let’s get started. First, a definition: To deadhead means

  • Know Your Dirt: The Right Type of Soil to Buy for Your Garden
    by Kier Holmes on June 15, 2021 at 8:00 am

    Too bad soil isn’t dazzling like dahlias or sweetly fragrant like freesias, because gardeners then would be gushing over this dirty stuff instead of overlooking its importance. A successful garden starts with healthy soil. Good news is that you can easily buy quality soil at your local nursery or home improvement store; bad news is