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Trending on Gardenista: Growing Green

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 26, 2014 01:05 AM
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by Remodelista Team last modified Apr 25, 2014

This week, the Gardenista crew has been filling us in on sustainable gardens, steel cabins, and Henry David Thoreau's collaboration with today's climate scientists. Here are five of the most popular posts: Above: What every windowsill needs: a tiny  Concrete Planter from Tasi Masi , Anna Macoboy's online shop. Of her material of choice, she explains, concrete is "affordable, accessible, and customizable." (For more on the topic, see our Remodeling 101 posts on Concrete Countertops and Polished Concrete Floors .) Above: Meredith shows us around an astonishing   Steel Cabin on Stilts  that gives new meaning to minimal footprint. Above: In  Global Warming: Tracking Climate Change, Courtesy of Thoreau  read about how climate researchers have teamed up with the 19th century naturalist—and take a look at what's blossoming at Walden Pond. Above: Erin, our resident small-space-living guru , has us all captivated by the Outbuilding of the Week: A Garage Turns Studio Apartment . Most of the materials were repurposed or salvaged, including the kitchen sink. (And, yes, those are DIY leather cabinet pulls .) Above: Did you know that 80 percent of flowers sold in the US are imported? And that 77 percent grown domestically come from California? Online resource Field to Vase is out to plant seeds across the country. Discover the  Local Flower Farm Movement  in Sophia's report—and where to source flowers from PA to CA. The dahlia arrangement shown here is by Emily Daniel of Basil and Bergamot Flower Farm in Franklin, Tennessee.  Wishing you could instantly identify flowers and trees? See  There's An App for That . Need help getting going on your garden? Let Michelle fill you in on  10 Essential Gardening Apps . More Stories from Remodelista Trending on Gardenista: Green Eggs and Other Signs of Spring Trending on Gardenista: April 4, 2014 Trending on Gardenista: Top 5 Posts of the Week






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