Container Gardening, Planter, Pot, Potted Plants, Wall or Vertical Gardening, Potted Garden, Repurpose, Reuse, Recycle, Miniature Garden, Accent Plant
Colours Storm by Diego Gutierrez Serrano | Travel gives you wonderful chances for new subjects, but remember that in popular locations such as in Las Vegas, Nevada, a lot of photographers have already taken pictures of striking lights. Just taking an attitude of “I can find something different here” can lead to new and interesting compositions.
This house build in 2012 has great plant-features , the first great green wall is the front of this Residential Single Family House. The green walls are perfect for the climate-control of the house, in the summer they absorb sunlight and keep the house cool.The spaces in this Box-house are all connected by one staircase .
The owner about his house ; "From a small lot with it’s unique implantation, this project has raised early on a couple of challenges… and along with them, ideas emerged."
The "Elok House" is a real Plant-home , it's not just an interior-plant that makes the trick but in this home a complete jungle or forest makes the difference.
With more plants and trees than you can shake a stick at, each room has a combination of green growth that goes beyond simple decorative houseplants or a small semi-interior tree. The greenery blurs boundaries between indoor and outside areas, while the combination of warm wood and cold concrete, steel and glass suggests a hybrid of natural and man-made throughout.
Our design department field trip to the Succulent Garden Extravaganza was super fun. The folks over at Succulent Gardens put on a real nice shindig. We enjoyed the presentations, our fellow succulent lovers, and good barbecue - and we all came back with lots of new plants for our gardens. Here's a collage of some of our favorites from the day.
I've seen the future .... and it's kind of strange!
There's been lots in the UK travel press about the development of Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, so I was desperate to squeeze a visit into our 7 hour stop over on the way to Burma. Despite being groggy from a 12 hour flight, our lovely friends Louise, Rick and their little boy Archie treated us to a strong cuppa and then transported us in air-conditioned luxury to this horticultural extravaganza.