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Trending on Gardenista: Drought Gardening Tricks

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 21, 2015 01:04 AM
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by Remodelista Team last modified Feb 20, 2015

Succulent fences. Lavender fields. And Marfa miniimialism. This week Gardenista is all about drought gardening with style. Above: Now trending: The drive-by garden, LA-style. Take a look at  Cactus with Curb Appeal . And read Bea Johnson's 10 Tips for a Zero-Waste Garden  (including a surprise use for urine). Above: "Are you sick of hearing that succulents are 'easy' when the only thing yours do reliably is die?" asks Michelle. Her solution: Get the right ones for the job. In this week's 10 Easy Pieces , she presents the best succulents for indoors and out, and how to keep them happy, Above: The classic Butterfly Chair is one of the key ingredients in a Marfa, Texas, indoor/outdoor house with Donald Judd–style privacy screens. Investigate the former dance hall and learn where to source its designs in Steal This Look . Above: Did you know that lavender is a drought-tolerant plant? See examples of it thriving from Albuquerque to Athens in Purple Haze, today's Outdoor Gardens post. Above: Required Reading : a 1970s bible for gardeners with postage-stamp plots, now updated.   Above: Tall cacti make glamorous fences. Grow your own. For more ideas to steal from drought-tolerant gardens , go to Gardenista . More Stories from Remodelista Trending on Gardenista: The Best Sources for Valentine's Flowers Trending on Gardenista: Ikea to the Rescue (and Other Small-Space Solutions) Trending on Gardenista: Garden Envy






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