June 8, 2010
Good green things come in extremely small packages. Marque Cornblatt on Gomi Style, a do-it-yourself blog, posted some wonderful wee gardens planted in recycled Altoid and other tiny candy tins: ”These tiny succulent cuttings and small herbs seem to … Read More…
May 20, 2010
Spotted on Instructables, this mobile garden-on-wheels is a stylish step up from planting in a wheel barrel.
The only available sunlight in the designer’s property was right in front of his garage door. Necessity, being the mother of invention, … Read More…
May 8, 2010
Photo by Karan Verma
Put mom in harmony with nature this Mother’s Day by offering her some gifts and experiences that pamper, entertain, and indulge.
Pamper Her au Naturel
On the Green Spa Network you can find an environmentally friendly … Read More…
March 30, 2010
Metal topped tables with driftwood feet
When I think of driftwood, I think of a hideous glass topped driftwood table that graced some of my friend’s homes where I grew up near the beach in California. This was before anyone … Read More…
March 26, 2010
With 110 transparent plastic food containers filled with leaves, branches, and a lighting source, “Packaged Vertical Gardens” climb the walls in Madrid, an urban vertical garden installation as commentary on the scarcity of available public green space.
In seeking to … Read More…
March 24, 2010
Primroses are literally blooming on the streets of Oxford, England. “If we planted one of those in every hole, it would be like a forest in the road,” says Britain’s self-proclaimed pothole gardener, Pete Dungey. Guerrilla gardening efforts such … Read More…
January 27, 2010
Patrick Blanc vertical garden wall behind glass at Marité et François Girbaud shop in Paris
It’s been a week of creative inspiration and as I pack it all up from Paris for my to return to New York, I will … Read More…
January 9, 2010
They paved paradise then put up a…vertical park.
Mexican architect Jorge Hernandez de la Garcia has designed a modular, highly structural and flexible vertical park intended to help reduce pollution and deal with overpopulation issues. The tower utilizes vertically stacked … Read More…
December 28, 2009
Andrea is an award-winning designed air filter capable of absorbing toxic gases, such as formaldehyde, from home and office environments by enhancing the natural absorptive properties of regular household plants. While plants alone in an interior setting are more efficient … Read More…
December 26, 2009