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The best California native plant for your zodiac sign

Ceanothus for Taurus. Lupine for Cancer. Here's everything you need to know about pairing California native plants with your sun sign.

A tiny home transforms this Santa Monica backyard into a WFH retreat

This eco-friendly ADU is a simple solution to limited space: It's just 320 square feet. The result? A WFH retreat that also houses guests when needed.

A rare look inside Bernard Judge's 1970s experimental Tree House, shaped by ecology

In 1977, The Times described Bernard Judge's Los Angeles 'Tree House' as 'a lark of a house.' In the wake of the architect's death we visit the unusual home.

You're going to get lost in plants at this Long Beach studio

At Pippi + Lola plant studio in Long Beach, Dynelly del Valle strives to amplify women and BIPOC vendors and artists. "There are all these talented women out here," she says. "Why not show their work?"

Introducing Pantone's 2022 Color of the Year a and 11 L.A. stores where you can find it

Pantone's new blue shade, Very Peri, is about "carefree confidence" as we look to the future.

Fall in love with 'Unpacking,' a beautiful, simple story of how we live told via what we own

We're constantly building the story of our lives, an evolving narrative that can be told through our possessions, a theme explored in "Unpacking."

How a 'crazy plant lady' went from designing fairy gardens to owning two plant shops

Tammy Ha sold rare plants for fun at her family's water store in Santa Ana. Now she has two plant stores of her own.

The pandemic closed her L.A. plant shop. She's making a comeback with a holiday pop-up

Forget low-maintenance pothos and trendy fiddle-leaf figs. Yunice Kang's plant designs will dazzle you like works of art in a museum.

They turned a one-car garage into a stunning ADU to house their parents. You can too

Design, Bitches transformed a garage into a stunning ADU in Atwater Village. It is one of more than a dozen designs through the city's ADU program.

Meet the Korean dancer whose houseplant obsession inspired her new career in ceramics

At one time, Mipa Shin roomed with more than 100 houseplants in her Koreatown apartment. She now creates ceramic planters to 'dress up' plants in the garage of her Cypress Park home.

The L.A. 'granny flat' built for climate change: Take a look at the eco-chic inside

A downsized, upcycled barn in Highland Park is transformed into one of L.A.'s greenest ADUs. Take a tour inside. It may inspire your next design.

Long live street couches! Inside L.A.'s favorite a and controversial a obsession

Street furniture may not seem like one of the things that is, or should be, representative of L.A. But it's part of the cultural and visual fabric.

Finding camellias, figs, lemons a and herself a in a magical patio garden

'I'm discovering who I am in my new garden,' says Chantal Aida Gordon, cofounder of the Horticult and coauthor of "How to Windowbox."

She turned an unpermitted backyard studio into the ultimate WFH hideaway

A Craftsman-inspired house in Elysian Heights gets a whimsical expansion: A writing studio with a hidden rooftop deck that offers views of downtown Los Angeles.

An urn that doubles as a planter: It's the latest in L.A.'s death positivity movement

L.A. woodworker C.C. Boyce is reevaluating what happens when a person dies by turning ashes into planters.

She built a granny flat in Echo Park: How it saved her during the pandemic

Designed as a two-story building, this Craftsman-inspired accessory dwelling unit (ADU) occupies the top floor, leaving room below for outdoor living. She says it saved her from financial ruin during the pandemic.

This urban farmer transformed her lawn with collards, amaranth and sweet potatoes

Siri Lorece Hirth turned the front lawn of her tiny house rental into a densely planted microfarm. Here, she shares how she created a bounty for her community.

It's called Neo Afro Eclectic: A groundbreaking new style transforms this DTLA loft

Off-black walls, African-inspired murals and comfortable vintage furnishings make Adrien Beard's DTLA loft an inspiring place to hang. That's the point. They call this fresh, unique style Neo Afro Eclectic.

The worst things you can do when shopping for plants, according to plant shop owners

So you're ready to go plant shopping in person. Here are some tips on being the kind of customer that everyone wants to see coming through the doors.

Justina Blakeney muses on the beauty of 'mixed magic' in 'Jungalow: Decorate Wild'

"We need to increase intercultural understanding and communication," says designer Justina Blakeney. "Art and design can be a bridge."

He challenged himself to build an ADU for under $100,000. What's his secret?

Architect professor Alexis Navarro designed and built an accessory dwelling unit that is affordable and attractive. The result is inspiring.

We've all hit the pandemic wall. Planting something can help

We've started a new year and the normal we once knew is still a far dot on the horizon. But there is a way to rekindle some hope: Get your hands into the soil.

Pioneer of the L.A. look: Paul R. Williams wasn't just 'architect to the stars,' he shaped the city

Six buildings that tell the design story of Paul R. Williams, the first Black architect in the AIA. His work is little studied, but his archive, acquired by the Getty and USC, is about to change that.

How this fiddle-leaf fig became the most talked about plant on Instagram

A listing for a fiddle-leaf fig on Instagram causes houseplant fans to wonder, "What's your secret?"

Native plant fans a show off your DIY skills in this wreath-making contest

The California Native Plant Society is hosting it's first-ever state-wide wreath-making contest, with celebrity judges and prizes. The only catch is that at least 51% of the wreaths must be made from California native plants. The goal is to build awareness about native plants while stoking some badly needed holiday cheer.

The Pantone Colors of the Year for 2021 are Ultimate Gray and Illuminating

For its Colors of the Year, Pantone picks a union exuding "positivity and fortitude a Ultimate Gray and Illuminating.

He bought a flower truck on Craigslist. Now it's his lifeline during COVID-19

Graphic designer Nemuel DePaula's flower truck, Lenita by Grita, has become his lifeline during COVID-19. His motto: 'Stop and smell the flores.'A

The beloved Pasadena Showcase house is still happening a online

One more victim of this pandemic: the Pasadena Showcase Home. Typically, 35,000 visitors traipse through the home to see the latest in on-trend design. This year? The fundraiser is all online.

Things plant lovers can make plans to do in L.A. right now

Here are things plant lovers can do this month and next, from holiday shopping to classes in fall planting, in and around L.A.

Pull up a Morris chair: The 28th Craftsman Weekend is going online

From Greene & Greene to Richard Neutra, this year's reimagined Craftsman Weekend allows architecture lovers to revisit familiar sites in new ways.

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