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  • Gardening 101: SansevieriaGardening 101: Sansevieria
    Sansevieria, S. trifasciata: “Mother-in-Law’s Tongue” Some disgruntled son- or daughter-in-law, now unknown to history, facetiously nicknamed this plant Mother-in-Law’s Tongue for the sharpness of its leaves. And this tall, flame-like plant has some dark connotations (beyond opinionated semi-relations who drop by uninvited and comment on your cleaning abilities): It’s also associated with snakes,… Read more »
  • Growing Seeds Indoors is Easy!
    It is easy and inexpensive to start (or expand) a garden by growing seeds indoors for spring planting. Here at TGG, we use several methods. Get a head start on... Read More The post Growing Seeds Indoors is Easy! appeared first on The Garden Glove. Read more »
  • Landscaping 101: How to Plant a Bare Root HedgeLandscaping 101: How to Plant a Bare Root Hedge
    The best time of year to plant a new hedge is when shrubs are dormant—and the most economical way to do it is with bare root plants. Because bare root shrubs are field grown and can be shipped with no soil or pots, the cost of using them is often… Read more »
  • Hairnets and Harry Wheatcroft – The Chelsea Flower Show in 1973Hairnets and Harry Wheatcroft –  The Chelsea Flower Show in 1973
    The Beau is a thoughtful chap. For my birthday earlier this week he managed to track down a copy of the Chelsea Flower Show catalogue from the year of my birth, 1973. Whilst the cover design leaves much to be desired, the contents allow me to draw some fascinating comparisons… Read more »
  • Lektüre für den Lockdown - mit Verlosung!Lektüre für den Lockdown - mit Verlosung!
    Langweilt euch der immer gleiche Blick aus dem Fenster im Home-Office? Würdet ihr gern die Beetbegrenzungen erneuern, doch die Baumärkte haben zu? Macht nichts, Upcycling und DYI gehen immer! Und da die Menschen jetzt mehr Zeit zuhause verbringen und statt zu renovieren vielleicht lieber ausmisten, werden viele Dinge verschenkt, dem… Read more »
  • Trending on Remodelista: Beauty and the BudgetTrending on Remodelista: Beauty and the Budget
    All of us at Gardenista, Remodelista, and The Organized Home are proponents of buying high-quality, durable goods that will last a lifetime. These things tend to cost more, but every once in a while, we come across products for the home that are well-made and well-priced. Some examples from Remodelista… Read more »
  • Living with Plants: A Family Apartment in TaiwanLiving with Plants: A Family Apartment in Taiwan
    For a young family in an apartment with no outdoor living space in the Taiwan port city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan-based HAO Design designed an indoor garden and playground. Thanks to a few artfully placed house plants and the judicious use of green paint and accessories, the apartment feels as open and airy as… Read more »
  • Houseplants: How to Decode the Info on Plant ID TagsHouseplants: How to Decode the Info on Plant ID Tags
    You know those little plastic ID tags that come tucked into the pots or flats of plants you buy at a shop or nursery? The tags you usually toss as soon as you get home? Join the club: few gardeners pay those tags any mind; they already know there’s not… Read more »
  • 10 Easy Pieces: Fireside Cooking Tools10 Easy Pieces: Fireside Cooking Tools
    There’s a whole world of forged iron and steel tools, and they aren’t just for roasting chestnuts, but also for cooking breads, popcorn, meat, eggs, marshmallows, and even waffles or Italian sandwiches over an open fire. Here are our 10 favorites to put your fireplace to work this winter. For… Read more »
  • A Bookish BirthdayA Bookish Birthday
    You might well assume that I’d had enough of being busy doing nothing over the Christmas holidays. That’s certainly not the case. Over the last year I have embraced ‘down time’ like never before. Perhaps it’s my age, or The Beau’s positive influence; maybe it’s simply having the time to… Read more »
  • 5 Beautiful Ways to Make Fresh Herbs Last Longer5 Beautiful Ways to Make Fresh Herbs Last Longer
    Hiding a limp bundle of fresh rosemary or thyme in the back of the crisper drawer? I call this pure sacrilege. Herbs should be celebrated both for their culinary usefulness and for their beauty. With aesthetics and ease in mind, our friends at The Chalkboard  consulted Portland, Oregon-based florist Riley Messina.… Read more »
  • Dune Story: A Postmodern Masterpiece Saved from the Sea on Long IslandDune Story: A Postmodern Masterpiece Saved from the Sea on Long Island
    Modernist architect Norman Jaffe transformed the landscape of eastern Long Island, introducing sharp-angled, boxy versions of the classic saltbox house to a land of rolling potato fields and dunes. Sought after for his ability to impose a new vernacular on the classic shingled house, Jaffe at the height of his… Read more »
  • Going PottyGoing Potty
    If the pandemic has taught us one thing, it’s to look after our mental health. If it’s taught us another, it’s to look out for others’ wellbeing at the same time. Having been vulnerable to depression and anxiety in my youth, these days I consider myself fairly robust. Even so,… Read more »
  • Augen auf beim ZierapfelkaufAugen auf beim Zierapfelkauf
    Zieräpfel sind immer noch im Trend, es gibt unüberschaubar viele Sorten in allen nur erdenklichen Größen, vom gestandenen Baum bis zum kleinen Strauch. Doch halten nicht alle Früchte gleich lang. Immer wieder wird geschrieben, die Früchte mancher Sorte würden nur bis zum ersten Frost ihre fröhliche Farbe behalten. Doch ich… Read more »
  • Trending on Remodelista: Storage Inspiration for Every RoomTrending on Remodelista: Storage Inspiration for Every Room
    Is it really January without a good decluttering and organizing project in the works? If you have yet to start, here’s some storage inspiration from Remodelista this week: For the Office For the Kitchen For the Living Room In the Utility Closet Plus: Object of Desire: The Up Down Sconce… Read more »
  • Downsizing a House to Expand the Garden: At Home with Landscape Architect William DangarDownsizing a House to Expand the Garden: At Home with Landscape Architect William Dangar
    Though he’s a landscape architect known for designing gardens to complement large houses, Australia-based William Dangar often gets to work with only a little land. Time and again, he says, “the structure takes up all the space and the landscaping becomes mere icing around the edges.” When Dangar and his family built their… Read more »
  • Gardening 101: GrevilleasGardening 101: Grevilleas
    Spider Flower, Grevillea: “Curly Ribbon” I’m a flower girl. And the more exotic, twisted and remarkable the flowers, the more I am enthralled. So when I was introduced to the shrub Grevillea and saw flowers that looked like someone took a scissors’ edge to ribbon and curled it crazy, I… Read more »
  • 10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Garden Shed Kits10 Easy Pieces: Wooden Garden Shed Kits
    Imagine how useful it would be to have a big, deep coat closet in your garden. For inspiration, consider Julie’s made-from-a-kit shed in Mill Valley, California (shown in the photo above). As you can see, she has kitted it out with shelves,  hooks, and plenty of wall space for pegs. Like a… Read more »
  • Indoor-Outdoor Shelving: The Iconic String System Now in Galvanized SteelIndoor-Outdoor Shelving: The Iconic String System Now in Galvanized Steel
    Seeing String shelving in galvanized steel is a bit like discovering that two dear friends of ours have fallen in love. First created in 1949 by Swedish architects Nils and Kajsa Strinning, the modular system was the winning prize in a publishing company’s design contest for an affordable, flat-pack bookshelf.… Read more »
  • The Accidental Jungle: Shabd Simon-Alexander’s Houseplants in a New York ApartmentThe Accidental Jungle: Shabd Simon-Alexander’s Houseplants in a New York Apartment
    Shabd Simon-Alexander didn’t set out to create a jungle. A New York City resident for her entire adult life, the textile designer had tried and failed for years to keep houseplants alive in dark city apartments. But when she moved into a spacious, light-filled loft in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, she toted along… Read more »