Top tips for keeping that much loved Christmas plant alive. We've tested a plant sensor and mixed it up with some good old gardening knowledge...
Founded by English gardener John Tebbs, The Garden Edit redraws the traditional boundaries associated with shopping and the garden by bringing together a modern collection of products that embody functionality, timelessness and beauty.
What an amazing gardening-video, published by "Nowness, for the culturally curious"... Enjoy.
The Zurich Succulent Plant Collection is one of the most impressive of its kind, covering more than 4750sqm and displaying over 6500 plants. We visited the collection and brought our good old 35mm camera.
"I know a bank where the wild thyme blows, where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, with sweet musk-roses and with eglantine" - A description of fairy queen Titania’s abode in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Parker and Riley (surprisingly, not the name of a law firm) are both based in Portland, Oregon. Riley’s floral studio Erba strives for simplicity in design, only using the most necessary elements for each piece, whilst Parker’s photography is inspired by everything from simple polaroids and Kodak film to the Lord of the Rings.
It’s time for some modern day Robin Hoods.
May be time to weed...
Bought a Mexican flower? Be sure to get a Manuel.
It’s rare to be blue when you’re in the natural world.
Our plant of the week, fritillaria meleagris (also known as snake’s head fritillary, guinea flower or chequer lily) is a striking wild flower native to Britain. But who would have thought that this small, purple Spring flower would have so much in common with a 160kg giant panda? Here are three reasons why:
Some are born liking order; some achieve order; some have order thrust upon them.
Almost fa-moss? There’s a new pot in town… and it doesn’t even require soil.
Check out this multipurpose furniture, which includes shelves, a sofa and even a plant pot. In short, everything except a miniature hook.
In which men coming out of age are tenuously linked to plants…
It’s April and that means it’s time to get sowing. But what should you start with first?
If you really want to excel at interior design, take inspiration from Marina Senabre – keep it simple, and include lots of plants.
This year, why not combine your easter egg hunt with a scavenger hunt to help the kids discover new life springing up in the garden?