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The Weekly Notebook

Jan
07
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Take it outside Pine Hall Brick Company’s clay pavers are a good start for your outdoor room See more »
Jan
03
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Peter Nadin: Farm to Canvas An artist harvests inspiration from his farm in upstate New York.    Read More »
Dec
31
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Links We Love 12/31/2012 An indoor lawn at Cornell, Japan’s wisteria tunnel, a giant QR code.  Read More »
Related Topics: links we love
Dec
27
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Beauty & Violence: Ori Gersht's Art of History Israeli artist Ori Gersht uses natural subjects to embody peace, beauty, and luxury. His flowers, forests, and fruits are edens, disrupted by a dark world. His first museum survey is at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston through January 6th.  Read More »
Dec
24
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Outside Edge: New Furniture From Design Miami This year's Design Miami showcased refreshingly creative experiments with outdoor-friendly materials by a younger generation of designers. Read More »
Related Topics: Design Miami | outdoor furniture
Dec
21
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Gardens Aglow at the Holidays To celebrate the season, botanic gardens and conservatories decorate their collections with lights, ribbons, and sculptures. From Washington's glowing grapes to Nevada's illuminated cacti, gardens feature their emblematic plants as well as the always-lovely poinsettia.  Read More »
Dec
20
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New Living Wall Planters: Less Wool-Like But More Woolly Than Ever Woolly Pocket, the DIY, consumer-friendly system for gardening vertically, recently unveiled its new Living Wall Planter. Read More »
Dec
20
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Mistletoe: Lover, Fighter, Forest Savior  When hung over a threshold at Christmastime, a sprig of mistletoe is a matchmaker; in the wild, the plant is a parasite known as the "thief of trees." Now, thanks to a recent study in Australia, mistletoe has a new reputation: forest savior. Field research indicates it's actually a beneficial plant, critical to a healthy ecosystem.  Read More »
Dec
17
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Wild Side For California painter Tucker Nichols, a passion for plants runs in the family.  Read More »
Related Topics: painting | Tucker Nichols
Dec
13
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A Fruit Revival: The Marshall Strawberry The Marshall strawberry: A bit of horticulture history that would make a great gift! Once abundant in the Pacific Northwest and praised as "the finest eating strawberry in America," the Marshall strawberry is today very rare. Now an artist in Indiana has begun an effort to revive the berry, offering starter plants in hand-sewn containers.   Read More »
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