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When I came to photograph the Williamsburg, Brooklyn apartment of Jeffrey Renz and Irene Blazquez a few weeks ago, it was a blisteringly cold winter day, one that New Yorkers have sadly grown more than accustomed to this season. Inside this 1900 railroad flat, however, one would never know. With tall windows, incredible natural light, and the charming hallmarks of a timeworn New York apartment, the space has enough warmth to make the cold seem far away.By day, Jeffrey works for BOWER, a New…

When I came to photograph the Williamsburg, Brooklyn apartment of Jeffrey Renz and Irene Blazquez a few weeks ago, it was a blisteringly cold winter day, one that New Yorkers have sadly grown more than accustomed to this season. Inside this 1900 railroad flat, however, one would never know. With tall windows, incredible natural light, and the charming hallmarks of a timeworn New York apartment, the space has enough warmth to make the cold seem far away.By day, Jeffrey works for BOWER, a New…

My buddies and I have grown carrot tops  many times.  Usually, it's a group project that we do in the winter time.  It's easy and i...

My buddies and I have grown carrot tops many times. Usually, it's a group project that we do in the winter time. It's easy and i...

When I came to photograph the Williamsburg, Brooklyn apartment of Jeffrey Renz and Irene Blazquez a few weeks ago, it was a blisteringly cold winter day, one that New Yorkers have sadly grown more than accustomed to this season. Inside this 1900 railroad flat, however, one would never know. With tall windows, incredible natural light, and the charming hallmarks of a timeworn New York apartment, the space has enough warmth to make the cold seem far away.By day, Jeffrey works for BOWER, a New…

When I came to photograph the Williamsburg, Brooklyn apartment of Jeffrey Renz and Irene Blazquez a few weeks ago, it was a blisteringly cold winter day, one that New Yorkers have sadly grown more than accustomed to this season. Inside this 1900 railroad flat, however, one would never know. With tall windows, incredible natural light, and the charming hallmarks of a timeworn New York apartment, the space has enough warmth to make the cold seem far away.By day, Jeffrey works for BOWER, a New…

ERYSIMUM 'Bowles's Mauve' is a plant that every garden should have. It manages to flower almost all year long apart from in the depths of winter.  This vigorous subshrub reaching 75cm (21/2ft) in height, has glaucous foliage and mauve flowers that lend it to many planting combinations. Given a good sunny aspect with well-drained soil it will reward you with months of continual flowering, and attract a whole host of insects.

ERYSIMUM 'Bowles's Mauve' is a plant that every garden should have. It manages to flower almost all year long apart from in the depths of winter. This vigorous subshrub reaching 75cm (21/2ft) in height, has glaucous foliage and mauve flowers that lend it to many planting combinations. Given a good sunny aspect with well-drained soil it will reward you with months of continual flowering, and attract a whole host of insects.

Aloe plants are native to tropical regions, but even if you live in a place with cold winters you can have a beautiful, healthy aloe plant that you keep indoors. Aloe plants should be potted in a soil mix made for succulents. They like to be dry and warm, not wet and cold, so water only when the soil is mostly dried out. Healthy aloe plants produce "babies" you can break off and pot for a friend.

Aloe plants are native to tropical regions, but even if you live in a place with cold winters you can have a beautiful, healthy aloe plant that you keep indoors. Aloe plants should be potted in a soil mix made for succulents. They like to be dry and warm, not wet and cold, so water only when the soil is mostly dried out. Healthy aloe plants produce "babies" you can break off and pot for a friend.

log arch - Cover arch with soil and plant a white pine on top, while maintaining a hollow. After a decade or so, the white pine would have grown its roots into the ground and the roots that grew around the arch would be strong enough to be uncovered to create a root gate.

log arch - Cover arch with soil and plant a white pine on top, while maintaining a hollow. After a decade or so, the white pine would have grown its roots into the ground and the roots that grew around the arch would be strong enough to be uncovered to create a root gate.

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