When visiting a nursery yesterday, I could help myself buying a new plant. I love the quirky shape and color of this Sedum!
- In love with this website and the work of these people!
- As I am participating with 40 days no meat, I'm on the lookout for new recipes. This looks delecious!
- A very honest blogpost that gave me a good feeling. A must read!
Two weeks ago we teamed up with Madame Volt to make pictures for her new SS15 collection. Using plants, vintage and found object we created a green atmosphere that goes well with her hand painted wooden jewelry! I took some behind the scene pictures. The full collection you can find on here facbook page here. If you ever want to work with us on projects - big or small - we would be more than happy to!
Some of you may now that I'm taking landscape architecture classes since September. And the 2 years before that I learned how to make the more structural items in a garden such as terraces, paths, ponds etc. It's a passion that is growing more and more. So ever since I've been taking these classes, every time I saw a picture of a pretty plant or a nice garden, I cut it out and collected them in a small notebook. It's a growing collection and an inspiration to me.
Have you ever tried to propagate your own succulents from leaves? It is so easy! All you need to do is take a leaf, let the wound dry for a few days (very important!) and then put it on a tray with some soil. After that, you can forget about them. Once and a while they need a bit of water. I read about in last summer and during my holiday in California in October, I collected quit a few leaves that I took home with me. Finally they are sprouting! Now it's an addiction. In every garden center I can't resist to take some leaves home. Oeps :-)
My ♥ was invited to participate in his first international exhibition! If you live close to Mannheim, Germany, make sure to drop by! Here is the facebook page.