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A tree in your bonnet

18.03.2014 - by

An abandoned ship close to Sydney has turned into a floating forest with mangroves onboard...

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Mosaicultures Internationales Montréal... Plants Imitating Life

21.03.2014 - by

With a spectacular exhibition of over fifty photorealistic plant sculptures that would make Duane Hanson green with envy, the Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal 2013 event grabbed visitors’ attention by turning the Botanical Garden into something combining a zoo and an Elysian playground.

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This is One Big Tree

25.03.2014 - by

National Geographic have been to the western slope of the Sierra Nevadas in Califor-nia, roughly 2000m above sea level to photograph a tree. Big deal. Except that this giant se-quoia is over 75m tall, 8m around and sprouted at the very beginning of the Iron Age, some 3200 years ago.

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Keukenhof Flower Show Can Blow Your Clogs Off

26.03.2014 - by

Some 200 hundred years ago, there lived an architect in the Netherlands. His name was Jan David Zocher, and he, along with his son, was assigned to create landscape gardens around the already existing castle of Jacqueline, Countess of Hainaut on 15th century hunting grounds.

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Tiny Garden

09.07.2013 - by

This is probably the tiniest garden of Barcelona, Spain.

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Business Plants by Frederik Busch

16.07.2013 - by

Plants in the office can have a hard life. They're usually bought for their striking looks, put in a fancy modern pot and then forgotten about.

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Iggy Pop: The Gardener

16.12.2013 - by

It turns out that the Real Wild Child is really into the wild – Iggy Pop, godfather of punk rock, likes gardening. He’s even got a vegetable garden: “I got the idea from Michelle Obama,” he said, “because she has a vegetable garden in the White House.” If that’s not surreal enough for you, then you can watch this youtube video of Iggy Pop wandering around his garden.

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My Fake Plants Died

20.12.2013 - by

From march 2010 until february 2011 the artist formed one new text on the wall of Kiasma museum every week.

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Happy New Year!

30.12.2013 - by

The New Year is always a time for celebration – nowhere more so than in Scotland where Hogmanay is celebrated by a practice of first-footing. The first-foot is the first person to enter the household on New Year’s Day and brings good fortune for the coming year.

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Stick with Marina for a cleaner look

16.04.2014 - by

If you really want to excel at interior design, take inspiration from Marina Senabre – keep it simple, and include lots of plants.

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