from @joannagoddard's Brooklyn home tour: "... reader's comment on this post convinced us to stick with white: She said that there's a reason why white walls are so common in Scandinavian countries, and it's because white cheers up the gloomy dark days of winter." #whitewalls #livingarea

from @joannagoddard's Brooklyn home tour: "... reader's comment on this post convinced us to stick with white: She said that there's a reason why white walls are so common in Scandinavian countries, and it's because white cheers up the gloomy dark days of winter." #whitewalls #livingarea

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12 Beautiful Home Gardens. I love the one w the hidden couch & the chandelier hanging from pergola. Must do in my hidden garden!I LOVE THIS

12 Beautiful Home Gardens. I love the one w the hidden couch & the chandelier hanging from pergola. Must do in my hidden garden!I LOVE THIS

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THE GARDEN AT THE COW SHED | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Nice selection of pots. Pinned by www.ukgardening-directory.co.uk

THE GARDEN AT THE COW SHED | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Nice selection of pots. Pinned by www.ukgardening-directory.co.uk

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DIY Trellis and Planter Box Tutorial PLUS a Giveaway for a BLACK+DECKER AutoSense drill!

DIY Trellis and Planter Box Tutorial PLUS a Giveaway for a BLACK+DECKER AutoSense drill!

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wine bottles were threaded onto pieces of rebar, making a unique and whimsical privacy screen.
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'Mexican Cinnamon' Basil   (Ocimum spp)  Basil’s bright, showy leaves and intensely sweet aroma epitomize summer gardens and dishes. Many edible gardeners start with basil, and the number of available varieties will never leave you tired of its refreshing flavor. In fall dry or freeze it for use the rest of the year. Basil grows easily from seed or nursery seedlings.

'Mexican Cinnamon' Basil (Ocimum spp) Basil’s bright, showy leaves and intensely sweet aroma epitomize summer gardens and dishes. Many edible gardeners start with basil, and the number of available varieties will never leave you tired of its refreshing flavor. In fall dry or freeze it for use the rest of the year. Basil grows easily from seed or nursery seedlings.

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