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Color Crush: Tantalizing Teal

· Neither blue nor green, teal is an exotic in-between color that is finding its way into cool rooms of all styles. ·

The newest way to satisfy your craving for last year’s blue is to treat your décor to this year’s “it color,” teal.  Like ubiquitous blue, teal is cool and comforting, but its green cast makes it more nurturing, invigorating and exotic. With shades ranging from deep aqua to saturated peacock, teal pairs well with white…

Summer Blooms – What’s In Season?

Amber Dickson shares her nature-inspired approach to creating a late-summer floral arrangement. Source “Locally sourced blooms are better and fresher,” says floral designer Amber Dickson. She suggests foraging flowers from your gardens, getting them at the farmers market and purchasing from local growers.  Size “I look for a variety of sizes for interesting scale,” says…

Garden Design: Stroll Gregg Hodson’s Landscaping

Overlooking a tree-canopied street in Salt Lake’s Federal Heights neighborhood, a new landscape shows how savvy design and an eye for detail can give a modestly sized property huge style and loads of livability. Tailored hedges and hydrangea-filled beds front the delightfully quaint house while lush gardens, meandering paths and a trickling fountain help shape…

How To: Get the Most out of Summer Bulbs

· GROW ·

Bury summer-blooming bulbs now for fabulous flowers and foliage throughout the season. Raise your hand if you don’t like robust, colorful summer gardens. Anyone? We didn’t think so. And burying summer-flowering bulbs (as well as tubers and corms) is one of the easiest ways to get them started. Top picks include spring-planted dahlias, gladiolas and…

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