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Playable, stackable terrarium blocks that bring mother nature to your desk!

Just about the size of a matchbox, these acrylic cuboids contain a living, breathing, self-sustaining terrarium. Designed to be conveniently compact enough to be placed anywhere, the Level Scapes are a great way to bring a bit of nature with you anywhere. Not just a simple plant but a real natural floral habitat. Terrariums are wonderful micro-habitats that have a knack for surviving on their own, replenishing their needs, living in harmony, like a miniature forest. Just a touch of water and a f...
Tags: Deals, Garden, Design, Office, Plants, Popular, Product Design, Random, Terrarium, Level Scapes


Styled Social Charleston: Gilded Countryside

This dreamy wedding inspiration is filled with gorgeous blooms that are perfectly in tune with the venue. Willowy branches draped with beautiful floral from Floressence Flowers, with pastel pinks and peaches made Styled Social Charleston a whimsical event to remember. Middleton Place is a luxurious venue while also providing the cozy familiarity of the countryside. It is the perfect backdrop brimming with natural beauty, but also allowing the creative team led by Willow & Oak Events to create so...
Tags: Garden, Wedding, Charleston, Wedding Design, The Happy Bloom, Middleton Place, Fine Art Wedding, Styled Social, Willow and Oak, Luxurious wedding, styled social Charleston, Willow & Oak, Floressence Flowers, Willow Oak Events


A Japanese Garden

There is a huge Japanese hotel in Tokyo called the new Otani which has a lovely 400 year old garden which is open to the public. We had a great day to walk around and enjoy the serenity of it. A look down at the ground floor of the hotel from the seventh floor. It was huge. I passed this rather morose looking group of people sitting in front of a Happy Easter sign. It just struck me funny so I took their photo though none of them noticed. The first look at the garden. K...
Tags: Travel, Garden, Japan, Tokyo, New Otani Hotel


Harmonious symmetry, shapes and consistency balance a manicured garden in Mount Baker

This sophisticated series of plants — many with little color, but a lot of texture — doesn’t require too much attention.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Mount Baker


The perennial question: What if we could produce food without the ecological issues of annual crops?

The Land Institute might have a couple potential answers on the horizon: marketable perennial varieties of staple food crops, and a viable grain called Kernza.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Land Institute


Romantic Vizcaya Museum Wedding with Modern Details

Good thing it’s Friday, because you can grab a glass of wine (we won’t judge) and comfortably settle in to really take it all in with this Vizcaya Museum wedding. Anytime it’s a wedding from Evan Rich Photography, we know we’re in for a treat, and this one, guys, is one for the books. We are are all heart eyes about the flowers by EC Floral Design and Events! Miami couple in their metallic industrial wedding. View full post
Tags: Garden, Wedding, Miami, EC, Industrial, Modern, Garden Weddings, Vizcaya, Vizcaya Museum, Evan Rich Photography, Wedding Lights, Evan Rich


Garden events in the San Fernando Valley area, April 19-26

  Sinningia speciosa (Photo by Christer T. Johansson/Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported)   Here is a sampling of upcoming garden classes, events and lectures in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area.   APRIL 19   Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve: Park hours: sunrise-sunset daily. The Jane S. Pinheiro Interpretive Center hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday during the season and special events. Wildflower hotline: 661-724-1180. Admission $10...
Tags: Garden, Gardening, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Local News, San Fernando Valley, Hancock Park, Descanso Gardens, Pacific Palisades, West Third Street, Adamson House, Huntington Botanical Gardens, Windsor Square, Avenue


20 DIY Porch and Garden Projects

If you’re looking for easy, inexpensive DIY porch and garden projects for the summer, you’ve come to the right place!    Summer is the perfect time for completing some fun projects.  Getting outside and working on projects is one of my favorite things about summer! I love to plant flowers, vegetables and just make our... Read On → The post 20 DIY Porch and Garden Projects appeared first on All Things Mamma.
Tags: Crafts, Garden, Diy, Parenting, Ideas, Projects, Flowers, Porch


These “Galaxy” Flowers Grow Entire Universes On Their Petals

Want to gaze at distant galaxies but don’t have a strong enough telescope? Then don’t worry, because we’ve got the perfect solution. All you need to do is to buy yourself some Night Sky Petunias, because as you can see, their petals look like they’re hiding secret little universes inside of them. Scientifically known as Petunia cultivars, Night Sky Petunias are a deep purple flower that’s... Source
Tags: Garden, Design, Flowers, Galaxy, Seeds, Inspirations, Petunia


The Boston Bruins Need To Play Their Game

from Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe, The Bruins need more pressure, more force against the Leafs along their rear wall, more playmaking low in the slot and at viable attack angles near the net. “I think that’s the biggest key to this series, the neutral zone, and it seemed they were coming with more speed tonight,” said Jake DeBrusk, noting Toronto’s ability to build speed in the middle, the product of quick outs. “I thought we brought the speed in Game 2, and they brought the ...
Tags: Garden, Toronto, Sport, Boston Bruins, Boston Globe, Bruins, Leafs, Frederik Andersen, Jake DeBrusk, Kevin Paul Dupont, Brad Marchand Patrice Bergeron David Pastrnak


Ten Ways to Meditate on Christ’s Passion

Saint Ignatius of Loyola in the Spiritual Exercises — in the third week of the month retreat which is dedicated to the contemplation of the Passion of our Lord — accentuates the fact that Jesus suffered all in His Passion for me… This is very intimate and personal! In other words, instead of viewing the Passion from afar, Saint Ignatius brings it to us right now.  Jesus suffered all of the details of His bitter passion for me.  The Agony in the Garden; the scourging at the pillar; His crown...
Tags: Garden, Hollywood, Featured, Religion, Rome, Jesus, Mel Gibson, Christ, Holy Week, Jesus Christ, Peter, Simon, Sheen, Mary, John Paul II, Calvary


Garden Bloggers Bloom Day

I’m starting this month’s GBBD post (possibly the first one this year) with a favourite plant at the moment which I think is very overlooked, Lathyrus vernus; I also think the photo is rather nice.  This is the pink version but the most common is a blue/purple version. If you don’t know it then I... Read More
Tags: Garden, Gardening, Plants, Tulip, Bulbs, April, Garden Bloggers Bloom Day, My Garden, Narcissus, 2019, Magnolia Stellata, Garden Bloggers Bloggers Bloom Dayt, Lathyrus Vernus, muscari Valerie Finnis, Narcissus Beautiful Eyes


When Jesus Sleeps Through Our Storms

During her own dark night of the soul, St. Therese was confident that Jesus was with her, but also distressed that He appeared to be asleep and hidden. As she describes it, [M]y soul was like a fragile skiff tossing without a pilot in a stormy sea. I knew that Jesus was there, asleep in my craft, but the night was too black for me to see Him. All was darkness. … Like Jesus during His agony in the Garden, I felt myself abandoned and there was no help for me on earth or in heaven. God had...
Tags: Garden, Featured, Religion, Jesus, Easter, Matthew, Holy Week, Faith & Spirituality, St Thérèse, Holy Saturday, St. Therese of Lisieux


Six on Saturday – 13/4/19

A gorgeous day in the garden here in Malvern.  Whilst there has been a cool wind, when the sun shone it was almost t-shirt warm.  Especially when you are rapidly going up and down a sloping garden moving pots around. As I hope to do Garden Bloggers Bloom Day post on Monday I thought I... Read More
Tags: Garden, Gardening, Patio, April, Ferns, My Garden, Seedlings, 2019, Osmunda Regalis, Six for Saturday, Six On Saturday


Richard Hartlage composes kaleidoscopic landscapes of bulbs — for Chihuly Garden and Glass, and for his own home

The Land Morphology principal creates splendid spring displays by planning the summer garden first.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine


It might be time to let your garden grow wild

Think of a formal yard or garden, and you likely envision rows of neatly trimmed bushes along meandering walkways and sitting areas. Homeowners spend a ton of money, time and resources in an attempt to recreate that image. But another equally beautiful option for your home is a wild garden. What is a wild garden? A wild garden can carry a variety of definitions. For some, it means limiting the amount you tame your plants, letting them become what others might define as overgrown and unsight...
Tags: Garden, Gardening, Design, Features, Plants, Green Design, Gardening And Plants, Natural Design, Sustainable Garden Design


Garden and home events in the San Fernando Valley, LA areas, April 12-19

  Romneya, also known as matilija poppy. (Photo by Stan Shebs/Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported)   Here is a sampling of upcoming garden classes, events and lectures in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area.   APRIL 12   Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve: Park hours: sunrise-sunset daily. The Jane S. Pinheiro Interpretive Center hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday during the season and special events. Wildflower hotline: 661-72...
Tags: Home, Garden, Gardening, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Chatsworth, Local News, Hill, Conejo Valley, Ventura Blvd, Woodland Hills, San Fernando Valley, Santa Susana Mountains


Designer Advice: Creating Image Boards That Fuel Design Ideas

Back in 2003, I was invited back to my alma mater, The Cleveland Institute of Art to give a talk hosted by the Industrial Design department. It coincided with a time when image searching on the internet was beginning to be a possibility. I wanted to cover a topic that wasn't formally taught in a class, but is a skill that arguably every designer across all disciplines relies on. I titled the presentation "Source" and it aimed to show some methods for kick starting ideas based on non-related imag...
Tags: Google, Garden, Design, Bbc, Volkswagen, Richard Evans, Walton, Gavin, Cleveland Institute of Art, Industrial Design Tips, Diarmuid Gavin


The Garden – “Thy Mission” (Feat. Mac DeMarco)

The Garden have a new single, "Thy Mission," which features Mac DeMarco. The Los Angeles twin duo have previously toured with DeMarco and, per a press release, they hit him up about the song and ended up collaborating at his home studio for a whole day. "Thy Mission" is the result, a busy-sounding track with … More »
Tags: Garden, Music, Los Angeles, Mac Demarco, The Garden, DeMarco


Before The Playoffs Begin

from Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe, The NHL will release its 16-team playoff schedule Sunday morning, with the Bruins and Maple Leafs inked in to play their first two games at the Garden on Thursday and Saturday.... As we await the schedule maker’s machinations, 10 story lines to ponder as the greatest playoff season in all of sports is about to unfold: - Will Brad Marchand hold his tongue? Absolutely. The Li’l Ball o’Hate whistled by the front door of NHL Department of Pl...
Tags: Garden, Toronto, Sport, NHL, Pittsburgh, Boston Globe, Bruins, Maple Leafs, Tampa Bay, Li, NHL Department of Player Safety, Kevin Paul Dupont, Will Brad Marchand


‘Avengers: Endgame’ Footage Reaction: The Final Battle Against Thanos is Underway [CinemaCon 2019]

The culmination of 10 years and 21 movies worth of storytelling, Avengers: Endgame is unquestionably one of the most anticipated movies of the year. And as we near closer to the film’s late April release date, Marvel Studios keeps sharing just enough footage in its trailers and marketing to keep us excited. But not nearly enough to calm fans who were left traumatized by the ending of last year’s Avengers: Infinity War. /Film’s own Peter Sciretta and Ben Pearson are attending CinemaCon is Las Ve...
Tags: Garden, Movies, Disney, America, Sequels, Josh Brolin, Las Vegas, Thanos, Avengers, Marvel Studios, Anthony, Carol, Upstate New York, Larson, Ben Pearson, Joe Russo


Every yard needs a small tree somewhere; here are some of the best for the Northwest

Many species can be kept under 30 feet with regular pruning, offering just enough structure, shade and shape.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine, Northwest


Continuing...

T he thread of life. I couldn't sleep and I think maybe it was sound of things growing. I will spend the day outside and away form the screen today. You too. Do that. (reminder, for the next 3 months, while I host part 1 of my new series,  my posting here will be published in the evenings.)
Tags: Crafts, Garden, Season, Looking


9 NOW Ideas: Gardening Activities for Kids

Spring is in full bloom and the sun is making everything warm up! So yes, it’s time to start planting your garden. Whether you love to plant herbs and vegetables or flowers and trees, there are so many great ways to garden. Plus, it’s the best kind of activity to involve your kids! They love to get their hands messy and dig around in the dirt. So I’ve gathered a few fun ways where kids can help in the garden too. There’s all kinds of activities from planting to crafting. Have fun gardening with ...
Tags: Crafts, Garden, Slideshow, Family Activities, Container Gardening, Garden Craft, Outdoor Craft, Outdoor Fun, Activities For Kids, Gardening For Kids, 9 Now Ideas, Ways to Garden


Six on Saturday – 30th March 2019

Like the host of this meme I find myself resenting time away from the garden at the moment.  Today I would normally go to an HPS meeting but it was either sit in a village hall discussing plants or actually be outside in the garden getting on with sorting out my garden – I chose... Read More
Tags: Garden, Gardening, Shade, Plants, March, Bulbs, My Garden, 2019, Spring Borders, Six for Saturday, Narcissus Thalia, Tulip Elegant Lady


This passive house in the Czech Republic uses technology to recycle heat

A unique location and environmentally-friendly passive house design are what define this lovely home on the Czech Republic/German border. 750 meters above sea level and in the middle of a ridge within the Ore Mountains, it almost looks like a modern farmhouse from the outside. On the inside, however, you’ll find a sleek, clean design with light colors, glass and wood. The rustic home was built by Stempel & Tesar Architects and is a certified passive house. A passive house technique dramaticall...
Tags: Energy, Garden, Design, Technology, Environment, Green, Architecture, Czech Republic, Innovation, Heat, Green Building, Reuse, Passive House, Wood, Eco-friendly, Green Design


A Seattle paralegal kept a rabbit’s foot fern growing in her office windowsill for more than 30 years

Working with the law of nature, recent retiree Cindy Clark faithfully watered her fern every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with a monthly boost of liquid fertilizer.
Tags: Garden, News, Life, Lifestyle, Seattle, Pacific NW Magazine, Cindy Clark


The Blessed Sacrament and the Blessed Virgin

St. Francis of Assisi loved France because the sacred Host was more venerated there than in any other country in the world. It is remarkable that in spite of the spread of worldliness and irreligion, the Eucharist has been more and more glorified and honored from century to century. The Eucharistic life of Christ has developed in the world as did His human life on earth. Jesus began to breathe in the seclusion of an obscure workshop and rose gradually to infinite glory. Likewise, the first Chris...
Tags: Garden, Featured, France, Religion, Virgin, Jesus, Christ, Gertrude, Mary, Host, Judas, St Francis, Calvary, Virgin Mary, Jesus Himself, Assisi


Six on Saturday – 23rd March 2019

A lovely sunny day in the garden, finally, with no particular plans just being.  I am enjoying this meme as it makes me really look at what is looking best in the garden. I have a mooch around the garden taking photos of anything interesting.  However, it took a few walks around the garden before... Read More
Tags: Garden, Gardening, Plants, Spring, March, Tulip, Bulbs, My Garden, Melianthus Major, 2019, Anemone coronaria bordeaux, Six for Saturday, Six On Saturday, Double Primrose, Forsythia, Pulstilla vulgaris Papengo


Pathways wind through flowers, fruit, vegetables and chickens in a couple’s purposefully nonlinear garden

This Three Tree Point garden is ahead of the curve with spaces for privacy, views and fun.
Tags: Garden, Life, Lifestyle, Pacific NW Magazine