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Along the way you see a plant by bringing them home you give them an opportunity to express themselves. Sometimes they are a little bit lost in this craziness that is nature, but when you take one single stem and bring it home you see it differently.
- French flower farmer Cl矇ment Bouteille

Every week we bring you the best plant and gardening content from every corner of the internet.

Links to help you relax, learn, laugh, and go green.

In Volume. 004 a Japanese garden takes root on a train, we explore Britain's forgotten rainforests, Salomon get mossy, notes on Marly's partnership with Life House Hotels, and athree-Michelin-star restaurant in Copenhagen is hiring a head gardener.

Plus, much, much more.


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nature finds a way tree growing in pavement

Nature always finds a way - via @pandorapl4nt on IG

A French flower farmers philosophies on life and connecting with nature - via Nowness

A Japanese garden on a train - via YouTube

The gardener's walking stick - via Design Boom

Coronas natural billboard uses sunlight to create the shape of its bottle - via @howeverthingworks on IG


Britains forgotten rainforests

Christian Cassiel takes us on a mesmerizing journey into Britains forgotten rainforests - via Atmos

Solar-powered vacuum cleaners: the native plants that could clean toxic soil - via The Guardian

How plant intelligence can soothe climate anxiety - via Scientific American

'Chaos Gardening' is the low-maintenance way to grow flowers all season - via Real Simple

A guide to getting better at gardening by using the newly updated USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map - via NPR


Plant Doctor Ted Baker Brooklyn Botanical Gardens

Ted Baker partners with Brooklyn Botanic Garden on capsule collection, featuring Plant Doctor and friend of Marly, Maryah Green - via Womens Wear Daily

Salomon XT-6 Moss edition- via gorpcoretex on IG


Documenting Ridgewoods Abandoned Tree Beds

Documenting Ridgewoods Abandoned Tree Beds - Alexa Hoyer captures the remnants of tree trunks in the Queens neighborhood in accidentally artistic tableaux - via Hyper Allergic

AGrass Covered Home designed by Reinhold Weichlbauer & Albert Josef Ortis of Weichlbauer Ortis Architects in Frohnleiten, Austria - via @merit_la on IG

"Forests could be at the heart of our society again" - via Dezeen

This Storybook cottages native plant wonderland shows how gorgeous no grass can be - via LA Times


Bar of Tomorrow in Seoul

Zest is Seouls pioneering Bar of Tomorrow and champion of sustainability - via Time Out

Pack your bags, youre moving to Copenhagen. Noma restaurant is taking
applications for a new head gardener - via @nomacph on IG

If you cant beat them, eat them - Why foraging for invasive plants is good for you, and the planet - via The Boston Globe


life house hotels x marly

Life House x Marly: Creating a Desert Oasis. Exploring our partnership with a hotel chain designing with environment, geography, and local history firmly in mind - via the Marly Journal

Were teaming up with Sunday Sessions & Plant Passenger for a very special live figure drawing event on Sunday, April 21st. Located at ODR Studios in Newark, NJ. Grab a ticket here! - via Sunday Sessions & ODR Studios

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We hope you enjoyed our walk through the green corners of the internet.

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