How To Plant a Simple Garden

In her own backyard in London, T’s European editor, Rita Konig, shares tips and tricks for designing a simple outdoor oasis. Her laid-back, add-as-you-go strategy ensures that you enjoy the process as much as the final result.

This video was originally posted on the New York Times T Magazine website.

3 Comments

  • Rosy Fitzgerald

    Dear Rita

    SO, so happy to have found your website – having ‘met’ you originally via the New York Times.

    I’m based in London and, after 25 years in a Georgian house (built in 1846 so really it’s Victorian but early enough to be gorgeously Georgian in tone and style), I’m now poised to move to something a little more bijou.

    I’m sure next year will bring many new interior opportunities once I’ve found my new home and your website will be a source of invaluable info and inspiration.

    All b/w

    Rosy Fitzgerald

  • Rita

    Hi Rosy, thank you so much for your comment. Lovely to hear all of it. I hope you find something beautiful to moved to and have great fun with all the new design opportunities that brings. We are planning on creating a lot more sourcing on the website so I hope we will be able to help you. All the best, Rita

  • Tina S

    Hi Rita!
    I love your sense of style and how you combine colors to make an inviting, peaceful and graceful environment!
    I would love to plant some flowers in my back yard and create an oasis.
    Could you suggest any books or authors I could read to gain a deeper understanding of how to plant a garden, how to combine different flowers to make a more pleasing end result?

    I live in Montreal, Canada.

    Thank you so much!

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