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Reap the benefits of more than just a beautiful landscape or garden on the North Fork with other elements that will last throughout the seasons. Just add a little scenery for your greenery and enjoy.
By Rachel Bosworth - April 18, 2018

RELAXED
Enjoy the beauty of your garden and outdoor spaces in the Fox Chair and Franco Albini Ottoman from Sika Design. Available at touchGOODS in Southold, these pieces from the Exterior Collection are made from alu-rattan with a strong aluminum frame woven with ArtFibre. Available in soothing colors like mint and blue, this set is reminiscent of the North Fork beach style. Add it to your garden and enjoy your summer days outside.
www.touchgoods.com

LIT UP
Outdoor lighting is as important to indoor lighting as it adds to the overall mood and theme. Dress up the outdoors with these antique mirror star lanterns by Campo de’ Fiori. Inspired by traditional Moravian and Spanish star designs, these elegant and intricate lights look beautiful hung alone or in clusters. Find the brand at local garden centers and design shops, and elevate your garden experience. It is easy to have fun with structural elements such as this.
www.campodefiori.com

POTTED
Designed by landscape architecture firm, Oehme, van Sweden, the Calla Pot is part of their line of historically inspired terra-cotta vessels called OvS Organics for Siebert and Rice. This handmade Italian terra cotta from Impruenta in Tuscany offers a modern and sophisticated take in a classic medium. This pot is also part of Siebert and Rice’s American Collection, a line designed by American craftsmen and handmade in Italy. It’s a beautiful home for plants, flowers, and herbs.
www.siebert-rice.com

THE ESSENTIALS
It would be difficult to plant in your garden without the necessary tools. A good hand trowel can make all the difference when getting down and dirty. This one from Bulldog, available at Clarke’s Garden and Home in Greenport, has a carbon steel blade making this one tough tool for the job at hand. Investing in top-quality tools for the basics that will last a lifetime and end the cycle of endless trips to replace broken tools will be a life – and garden – saver.
www.clarkesgarden.com

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