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With so much on the go, we were rather pleased to nab Edith Rewa Barrett for long enough to answer a few of our niggling questions.
If you ever find yourself chatting openly with your houseplants or gently patting their fronds as you give them their weekly water, you might find this exhibition rather relevant to you.
If you’ve ever had an urge to slowly back out of society and into the wilderness to find some solitude, you’ll be rather impressed with this plant-covered structure from New Zealand fella Barry Cox.
Give yourself a headstart on spring so every time you sit down to work you'll get a little green reminder of the goodness to come.
This nifty invention will save us a whole lot of fiddly replanting – and probably a bunch of innocent shrub lives, too.
Wreaths tend to show their floral faces toward the festive end of the year, but who’s to say the leafy rings can’t bring cheer all year round?
Nature adorned with more nature is our favourite kind, so these botanical wood slices are right up our flora-loving alley.
Today, in things that look like other things: these clever ceramic contraptions from California-based maker Cindy Searles.
Put aside an afternoon to construct your own fruity Frankenstein.
Any green-thumbed folk want to learn how to whip up a bowl-bound landscape of your own?
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