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Inspiration: The Garden Edit Journal

27.11.2014 - by

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.

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Analog Photography: Zurich Succulent Plant Collection

10.07.2014 - by

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.

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What do you get if you cross an intelligent person with a floral display?

16.05.2014 - by

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.

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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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The world through the eyes of old plants

06.03.2014 - by

The world’s oldest living organisms are over 400,000 years old. Which begs the question, if bacteria could talk, what would they tell us?

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I was (plant) blind, but now I see

04.03.2014 - by

Doctor, doctor, I think that I might be suffering from plant blindness. Don’t worry, I’ve got just the tree-tment for you

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To Everything There is a Season - Annet van der Voort Photography

16.01.2014 - by

Annet Van Der Voort is a Dutch photographer now living in Germany, whose work often focuses on the transience of nature and and the themes of life and death. Her vanitas series harks back to the genre of the same name that was particularly popular in the Netherlands in the 16th and 17th centuries. As many painters during this period of Dutch painting, she includes insects, butterflies, and other small animals in these floral compositions as essential elements.

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Tiny Garden

09.07.2013 - by

This is probably the tiniest garden of Barcelona, Spain.

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The mystical photography of Nuno Andrade

05.07.2013 - by

When you visit a beautiful breathtaking place, many of us like to capture the moment with a photograph, but when you return home, the feeling of the place just isn't there in the photo.

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Flower Market in Hong Kong

20.05.2013 - by

If you love flowers and ever find yourself in Hong Kong, you'll want to take a trip to the Hong Kong flower market.

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These boots ain't made for walking

17.05.2013 - by

Sometimes it's better to go green than to go out. These boots are definitely not made for walking - Nancy Sinatra would hate them...

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Lily Dancer

18.04.2013 - by

We've found this beautiful photo by Dr. Kröhn in Lilliput Magazine 1937/1938.

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A Garden of Inspiration

03.04.2013 - by

A trip to Monet's garden really is like stepping into Monet's paintings. With endless colour and the iconic bridges from Monet's most famous paintings.

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