The mailbox as windowbox.
A new terrarium: the Swamp
Love this idea! ecojarlab: the inspiration
The Most Beautiful Botanical Sculptures Ever?
Haute-couture floral shop designer Makoto Azuma collaborated with Swarovski to create a series of botanical sculptures by incorporating crystals into botanical elements. Extraordinary beauty.
String Gardens Made with Shells
I am so fascinated with these string gardens - pictured here are “air plants.” This genus, Tillandsia (from the Bromeliad family), does not need soil because it obtains nutrients and water through the leaves.
Leaf-Print Colored Eggs
The leaves look as if they have been pressed within the pages of antique books before finding new glory. The most beautiful basket of eggs. Ever.
Outdoor Table with Built-in Succulent Garden. →
How-to instructions included at the link. Great design, clever function.
Terrariums in Repurposed Glass
Intrigued. Green glass jewels.
Organic Rainbows: Turkey Tail Fungus
These grow like shelves on the sides of trees and are also know as Shelf Fungi. So called Turkey Tail, because the fan of the fungi is similar to a fanned-out turkey tail. The colors are extraordinary.
Lichen Moss & Fungus.
Beauty on a branch. Hot, humid summers often produce treasures like this in the backyard garden.
Bromeliad Still Blooming
Early this year I started feeding a new Bromeliad with Authentic Haven Brand manure tea (also known as Moo Poo Tea by fans). I sent a picture to Annie Haven, the business owner, in February to show her how beautifully the plant was blooming after a couple of feedings. Below is the “arty” picture I sent to her (taken with my Hiptamatic iPhone app). I think the bloom is about a month...