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Made from landfill waste as well as a unique binder that permanently locks in carbon during the kiln process, this planter does more than make your plants look good.
This elegant glass vase was designed specifically to grow an avocado.
BloomingTables Lets You Grow a Garden Under Your Tabletop
Fractals exist everywhere in nature, creating infinite, mind-bending patterns that are even stranger than a casual glance may show.
A unique food offering called Squareat, made of minimally processed squares of ready-to-eat food.
These remarkably tiny and intricate baskets and bowls were hand woven from invasive grasses and weeds by Suzie Grieve and shows her very deft handiwork.
$20,000 for a single houseplant? Better remember to water it!
Embroidery artist Katrin Vates has opened our eyes to all the ways the art form can be used.
An Animated Timelapse Through Tropical Fruit
Bloomscape's Tough Stuff collection includes houseplants that are exceptionally resilient, and basically, hard to kill.
Director Émilie Grange has a beautifully vibrant eye, and it's on particular display in her work "Bucolic", which pairs macro visions of flowers with colorful, flowing inks.
Whether you've attempted to grow an avocado pit or not, this nice time-lapse showcases the process of taking the plant from seed to sprout to potted plant.
LEGO's new Botanical collection includes realistic flower bouquets and intricate bonsais trees that look great on a shelf.
The burger of the future could look like Akua's new burger, made from carbon-neutral, zero-input ocean kelp.
In a brilliantly captured series, photographer Jan Vermeer shows us the diversity, beauty, and strangeness of the world of fungi that inhabit the damp corners of the world.
Shocking and heartbreaking photos show the devastation of BC's few remaining old growth forests, being logged now by greedy, unscrupulous timber companies.
Redwood trees aren't just the tallest on the planet, they're smart, fascinating, and full of wonder.
The recently completed International Garden Photographer of the Year Award has some amazing entries, from exquisite blossoms to magical insect moments.
Like stepping onto a soft, mossy covering of a forest floor, these beautifully crafted embroidery pieces take us out of our normal lives, and into a beautifully natural one. They’re …
For those of you that say "why don't you write about actual moss or fog more often?", this post is for you!
If you think a common car is going to stop a tree from going about its business, this series of photos will set the record straight.
Closed for the first time in 71 years due to the Coronavirus outbreak, the world Famous Keukenhof spring garden in the Netherlands was beautifully photographed by Albert Dros.
Christoffer Relander is an expert at using double exposure photography to tell elegant visual stories.
Kilian Schönberger has a beautiful gallery from the Hallerbos Forest in Belgium.
Both unfortunate and slightly heartening, we see abandoned cars in Hawaii being swallowed up by the thick jungle around them.