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Links We Love, 7/4/12

July 04, 2012
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-Enjoy a free read outdoors in St. Peter’s Abbey in Belgium. Artist Massimo Bartolini planted rows of green bookshelves to mimic the abbey’s grapevines. [Architizer]

Links We Love, 6/19/12

June 19, 2012
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-Even the blackest of thumbs can keep a plant alive with this ingenious design: a terracotta planter that self-waters! [Gardenista]

Links We Love, 6/13/12

June 13, 2012
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Links We Love, 6/4/12

June 04, 2012
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-Michelle Obama publishes American Grown, her book about the White House Garden. [Detroit Free Press]

Links We Love, 4/18/12

May 18, 2012
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Links We Love: 4/20/12

April 20, 2012
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Sheds, sheds, sheds: 

Links We Love, Flower Edition: 4/11/12

April 11, 2012
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- Furniture chain store West Elm will be offering pop-up floral stores for three consecutive weekends around the country, starting in late April. They've chosen some of the hippest and most popular florists from each area (including our contributor, Marigold & Mint!), so it's definitely worth stopping in to check out the stores. Single stems and arrangements will be sold. The complete list of florists includes:

Links We Love, 4/9/12

April 09, 2012
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Links We Love, 3/15/2012

March 15, 2012
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-Above: Zara opened their new New York City flagship store today. The front of the store featured amazing arches of flowering branches, which were echoed inside the store, where walls of flowering branches were installed. The outside of the store was decorated with cherry tree branches, and the inside used cherry, quince, and apple blossom branches.

Links We Love, 2/21/2012

February 21, 2012
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-Crazy bonsai architecture by Takanori Aiba. [Architizer]

-After dying out 32,000 years ago, an Arctic flower blooms again. [New York Times]

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