From an Insect’s-eye View: The Ceramic Gardener

April 8, 2014

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Frances Doherty, The Ceramic Gardener, sold her restaurant to instead feast on ceramics, something she got hooked on after evening classes. Her work comes from the flowers and plants that we see around us, even in the cracks in the Read More…

LandEscaping: Taking Refuge in the City on a Rooftop Garden Oasis

February 23, 2014

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The serenade of the city is hard to ignore, not to mention how it can affect our stress levels. With people bustling, Read More…

Five Ways to Refresh and Rejuvenate Your Urban Garden in 2014

January 16, 2014

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It’s easy to spend the entirety of winter dreaming of gardens. Envision candlelit dinners outdoors veiled in the fragrance of flowers, sunny afternoons gathering flavorful herbs, the delicacy of home grown fruit and vegetables in Read More…

Guerrilla Gardening By Bicycle in Holland

January 7, 2014

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The Dutch love gardening as much as they love cycling. So it makes sense that friends Mathieu Halkes and Olaf Lemmers combined their mutual passions for the two, blending urban gardening and cycling with another of their interests: guerrilla gardening.

The two began … Read More…

Fashion Designer Creates Horticouture Dresses from Flower Petals and Leaves

December 22, 2013

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Tasmanian fashion designer Sandra Alcorn’s studio looks out onto “a slightly unkempt but enchanting garden.” Each season serves as new inspiration for Alcorn’s horticouture collection of tiny dresses and gowns she fashions from the garden’s flowers and other native flora.Read More…

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