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Trending on Gardenista: A Flower-Filled Fourth

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jul 05, 2014 01:14 AM
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by Remodelista Team last modified Jul 04, 2014

Happy holiday weekend. Here are some straight-from-the-garden ideas and inspirations, including how to grow pink drinks. Above: Our favorite Garden Visit  of late: a tour of Eva Sommaripa's Dartmouth, Massachusetts, organic farm where she grows uncommon herbs, greens, and edible "weeds" that are coveted by Boston-area chefs. Above: Peonies from Eva's garden— Boston's Best-Kept Secret . \ Above: Back by popular demand: Gardenista's  Raspberry Sparkler  recipe, our favorite Fourth of July cocktail. Another way to concoct a pink drink? Just add Michelle's  Rose Petal Ice Cubes .  Photograph by  Olivia Rae James  for Gardenista. Above: White, blue, pink, or purple, how do you like your hydrangeas? In this week's Field Guide , learn what makes the Victorian favorite thrive—and how to shift colors to suit your fancy. Photograph by Justine Hand . Above: Imagine if this were your office. Floral designer Manuela Sosa works—and entertains—in a tiny glass greenhouse in the hills above Barcelona. In   Outbuilding of the Week , w atch her get it ready for a "Welcome Summer" dinner party .  Photograph by Silva Conde via  Freunde von Freunden .  Above: A New Classic:  the gingham-lined woven wooden picnic basket with leather handles from A Sunny Afternoon, LA creative director and blogger Sarah Sherman Samuel's product line. Sarah has a way with kitchens, too—see Ikea Upgrade: The Semihandmade Kitchen Remodel . Warning: You only have till Monday to submit a project to the  2014 Remodelista Considered Design Awards . Let us see what you've got! More Stories from Remodelista 5 Favorites: Rope Chairs Domestic Science: A Magic Fly Repeller 10 Easy Pieces: Folding Dining Tables






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