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  • Sea and Stone: A Croatian Island Garden, Slide Show

    Sea and Stone: A Croatian Island Garden, Slide Show

    Gallery Page Layout:  Gallery A In Magazine Issue:  January/February 2012
    - 13 Jul 15, 3:42pm -
  • Valentine's Day Ideas

    Valentine's Day Ideas

    Gallery Page Layout:  Gallery A
    - 10 Jul 15, 7:37pm -
  • I Love This Plant: Sharkskin Agave

    I Love This Plant: Sharkskin Agave

     This sharkskin agave was photographed at the Ruth Bancroft Garden, a public garden in Walnut Creek, California, which has a diverse collection of agaves and other drought-tolerant plants. Photo: Barb Ries.read more
    - 21 Apr 15, 5:58pm -
  • My Garden: A Naturalistic Garden Welcomes the Birds and the Bees

    My Garden: A Naturalistic Garden Welcomes the Birds and the Bees

    A paver walkway meanders through the back garden, under the watchful eyes of a concrete Buddha, which sits among Echinops ritro. Also in the mix are Hebe ‘Quicksilver’, Penstemon ‘Husker Red’, and a variety of Pacific Northwest natives such a…
    - 16 Apr 15, 7:58pm -
  • New Outdoor Furniture Collection Is Inspired by Nature

    New Outdoor Furniture Collection Is Inspired by Nature

    The Nick Williams Longridge Furniture Collection uses beautiful, weather-resistant teakwood reclaimed from old bridges, barns, and other structures. Photo: Nick Williams.read more
    - 14 Apr 15, 1:02pm -
  • 2015 Tour Series Explores Celebrated European Gardens

    2015 Tour Series Explores Celebrated European Gardens

    One of the gardens featured on the tour is Jakobstuin, owned and designed by Jaap de Vries, who calls it an “Ode to the Dutch Wave.” In addition to warm-season grasses typical of the North American Prairie, de Vries also uses many perennials favo…
    - 9 Apr 15, 7:29pm -
  • A Manhattan-Style Rooftop Garden

    A Manhattan-Style Rooftop Garden

    Before, this rooftop terrace in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan was an unusable space with rotting wood decking. Now the 500-square-foot retreat houses a modern area for entertaining within a classic framework of evergreen shrubs and horizontal…
    - 7 Apr 15, 4:42pm -
  • San Diego Spring Garden Tour: Gardens Then & Now

    San Diego Spring Garden Tour: Gardens Then & Now

    Photos courtesy of San Diego Horticultural Societyread more
    - 3 Apr 15, 12:55pm -
  • Container Gardens Made for the Shade

    Container Gardens Made for the Shade

    Nearly every gardener has experienced the problem of too much shade, which can cause plants to become too leggy or fail to thrive. Whether it's a wooded suburban lot or a north-facing apartment balcony, low light means more growing challenges. Rather…
    - 3 Apr 15, 8:22am -
  • Botanical Interests Introduces Eco-Friendly Garden Products

    Botanical Interests Introduces Eco-Friendly Garden Products

    Love plants? Get detailed plant information in every issue of Garden Design magazine. Preview the magazine.Botanical Interests, a company specializing in non-GMO and untreated vegetable, herb, and flower seeds, launched four new products this year t…
    - 24 Mar 15, 7:51pm -

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    • Designer Profile: Holly Hollenbeck of HSH-Interiors
      To Holly Hollenbeck, all design is relational. Objects in a room — from wall treatments to furniture, lighting to window types — must complement one another and provide context to the home itself. A room’s design not only reflects the inhabitan…
      - 18 May 18, 12:03am -
    • Meticulous planning results in magical Tiburon estate
      Paden Prichard knows Tiburon’s 233 Round Hill Road as well as anyone. After all, the Marin County-based designer has led multiple remodeling and expansion efforts at the serene estate framing views of Sausalito, Richardson Bay and the Golden Gate B…
      - 4 May 18, 1:26pm -
    • Breathtaking East Bay garden shows how to maximize your space
      Keeyla Meadows' front yard is one a passersby can't help but to stop and marvel at. The plantings, sculptures and massive stones make up a display of unhindered color. Everywhere your eye wanders, there are eye-popping blossoms, large, colorful rocks…
      - 21 Apr 18, 7:29am -
    • Getaway: Outdoor fun at Glen Ellen country estate
      A life of recreation and relaxed elegance awaits in Glen Ellen. “Stylish interiors, rustic touches and hardwood plank floors throughout create a sense of warmth and comfort,” said Tina Shone of Sotheby’s International Realty, w…
      - 6 Apr 18, 9:14pm -
    • Sky lounge with stunning views tops reimagined Cow Hollow five-bedroom
      Striking vistas, sumptuous finishes and grand proportions define a towering five-bedroom in Cow Hollow. The decadent residence represents a collaboration between Jeff Schlarb Design Studio and Sutro Architects, who remodeled and exp…
      - 6 Apr 18, 9:06pm -
    • Grand five-bedroom on 10-acre estate amid Lodi’s wine country
      Napa and Sonoma get all the love as California’s Wine Country, but a blossoming community in the Central Valley continues to gain ground as a destination wine region. Lodi, a town of about 70,000 people just north of Stockton, is h…
      - 5 Mar 18, 12:13pm -
    • ‘A single-family home in the sky’ penthouse listed at luxury Rincon Hill tower
      Near the Bay Bridge stands a collection of penthouses within a development that acts as its own miniature city. Lumina sprouts from the bottom of Rincon Hill, boasting an upscale design and seemingly endless amenities. A penthouse o…
      - 2 Mar 18, 7:48pm -
    • Architect creates high-end, timeless designs throughout the Bay Area
      Given a choice between trendy and timeless, Eric Dumican will chose timeless every time. The San Francisco-based architect has no interest in creating a design that will look dated 20 years from now. His goal, he said, is to create a design that tran…
      - 2 Mar 18, 7:47pm -
    • 20 game-changing places to live
      What's defined the West more than anything else is the sense of opportunity. So where is the innovation happening right now?
      - 17 Jan 18, 7:00am -
    • How to revive a historic cabin
      A real estate dead-end drove a couple to the hills—
and to a historic cabin.
      - 14 Jan 18, 7:00am -
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    The Daily Green: Green Home

    The Independent: House & Home

    • newRoyal Ascot – A Horses Tale
      The flat season for Ascot begins this year on Wednesday 1st May and in a bold move the seven-race card day has been renamed the Ascot …The post Royal Ascot – A Horses Tale appeared first on FeedsPortal.com.
      - 23 hours ago, 19 Mar 19, 6:16am -
    • Tools For Updating Your Pricing Strategy
      If you are running a retail organization and facing lots of problems while analyzing the strategy behind pricing, then Intelligence node helps you in adjusting your …The post Tools For Updating Your Pricing Strategy appeared first on FeedsPortal.c…
      - 2 days ago, 18 Mar 19, 8:00am -
    • 4 Steps to Buying a New Car
      Buying a car is a big deal! For most of us, outside of possibly a house, a car is one of the biggest ticket purchases we …The post 4 Steps to Buying a New Car appeared first on FeedsPortal.com.
      - 2 days ago, 18 Mar 19, 6:00am -
    • 5 Suits to Buy to Update Your Business Wardrobe
      The wardrobe of a man is always incomplete without suits. Men’s suits have always enjoyed immense reputation and popularity around the world. Men’s suits always show …The post 5 Suits to Buy to Update Your Business Wardrobe appeared first on F…
      - 2 days ago, 18 Mar 19, 5:53am -
    • The Importance of Big Data in Your Content Marketing Strategy
      Among the options a brand can choose when looking to reach its customers while also pay attention to trends, content is one of the most relevant …The post The Importance of Big Data in Your Content Marketing Strategy appeared first on FeedsPortal.…
      - 3 days ago, 17 Mar 19, 9:14am -
    • The Easy Steps to Making a GIF from a Youtube Video
      Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is becoming very popular among a lot of individuals and it is not a surprise to see that a lot of videos …The post The Easy Steps to Making a GIF from a Youtube Video appeared first on FeedsPortal.com.
      - 3 days ago, 17 Mar 19, 6:10am -
    • Spain – The Land of 1000 Fiestas…

      Spain – The Land of 1000 Fiestas…

      Considering every city, town and village in Spain hosts a yearly celebration of some kind, 1000 is an obvious gross understatement when it comes to numbering …The post Spain – The Land of 1000 Fiestas… appeared first on FeedsPortal.com.
      - 5 days ago, 15 Mar 19, 11:15am -
    • What is Stage 4 Mesothelioma?
      Stage 4 Mesothelioma is the final stage of the Mesothelioma disease. By the time a patient has entered Stage 4, the malignant mesothelioma tumors have spread …The post What is Stage 4 Mesothelioma? appeared first on FeedsPortal.com.
      - 6 days ago, 14 Mar 19, 5:45am -
    • Beware of Keyloggers – This is How Hackers Crack Accounts

      Beware of Keyloggers – This is How Hackers Crack Accounts

      The supposedly big hurdle for hackers when accessing accounts such as email, Facebook, online banking and so on is the password. However, the password for digital …The post Beware of Keyloggers – This is How Hackers Crack Accounts appeared first…
      - 7 days ago, 13 Mar 19, 4:55am -
    • Oktoberfest – The Munich Beer Festival in Numbers

      Oktoberfest – The Munich Beer Festival in Numbers

      Situated on massive grounds of 34.5 hectares nothing the Oktoberfest does…is small. From 2018 data it’s recorded that over 13,000 people were employed at the event …The post Oktoberfest – The Munich Beer Festival in Numbers appeared first on…
      - 8 days ago, 12 Mar 19, 11:50am -

    West Elm: Front & Main

    WSJ: Home & Garden

    • In Praise of the Mundane Marigold
      Esteemed gardeners are revisiting the flower best known as gas-station landscaping—and revealing its long-obscured charms.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:38am -
    • A Serene-But-Not-Sleepy Apartment
      In a Scandinavian-meets-Midcentury makeover of a Manhattan flat, hits of earthy woodgrain give an otherwise pallid palette a twist.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:38am -
    • A Bouquet Inspired by a Joan Mitchell Canvas
      In a loose arrangement, floral designer Lindsey Taylor recreates the feeling of a poetically chaotic canvas by the abstract expressionist painter.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:34am -
    • Decorating Fabrics Inspired by Matisse
      With a major show of Henri Matisse's cut-outs opening stateside this fall, designers are busily creating patterns inspired by the textile-obsessed painter's art.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:34am -
    • A Flower Arrangement Inspired by Matisse
      Floral designer Lindsey Taylor translates one of the French master's Tangier paintings into a summer bouquet.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:33am -
    • Best Hammocks for Summer Reading
      Pair a stylish, stress-dissolving hammock with a book so good you'll take up permanent residence between two trees.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:32am -
    • A House Rooted in Nature
      How a shabby cabin in the woods can become a sophisticated weekend retreat—without losing a connection to the outdoors.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:32am -
    • Lord Norman Foster on Good Design
      The sought-after architect reveals what he's seeking, riding, collecting and coveting.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:31am -
    • When Your Home Is a Showroom
      In his apartment-cum-furniture-showroom, interior designer Charlie Ferrer proves that a muted palette needn't be meek.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:27am -
    • Entertain With Sea-Urchin Lights
      These lamps and votives, modeled after ocean creatures, are the perfect accessory for beachy summer fêtes.
      - 16 Aug 18, 11:24am -

    ALLYOU: Budget Home

    Horticulture Magazine

    • newBlue Ginger Is an Easy-to-Grow Tropical Flower
      Text by Caleb Melchior. This article originally appeared in the February 2016 issue of Horticulture. Ready for something completely different? Imagine three- to four-inch wands of tightly packed flowers of rich, pure blue, with just a tinge of violet…
      - 19 hours ago, 19 Mar 19, 10:12am -
    • Soil Temperature Is Critical to Garden Plants
      Text by Dr. Ed Brotak Home gardeners and farmers alike all know how important soil conditions are for a successful crop, be it flowers or corn. But we don’t typically think about soil temperature. Why is soil temperature important? It … Read Ar…
      - 4 days ago, 16 Mar 19, 6:00am -
    • Growing Asparagus in the Perennial Garden
      Text by Brian Barth Asparagus undergoes a dramatic metamorphosis through the course of each growing season. As soon as the ground warms in spring, green stalks pierce the crust of the soil like slender paintbrushes. This, of course, is the … Read…
      - 6 days ago, 14 Mar 19, 6:00am -
    • White Trout Lily, a Magical Wildflower for Spring
      Virtues: White trout lily is a delicate-looking wildflower but it relishes the early spring and will sprout and bloom while the weather is only beginning to warm up after the winter. This eastern native perennial makes a lovely carpet of … Read A…
      - 8 days ago, 12 Mar 19, 10:47am -
    • Salvia Plants Earn High Honors in 2019
      Text by Karl Batschke of Darwin Perennials. Article provided by the National Garden Bureau, which has declared 2019 the Year of the Salvia. From tropical forests to high-deserts and urban landscapes, salvias are among the most common ornamental and c…
      - 11 days ago, 9 Mar 19, 6:00am -

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