On a recent trip to the Miracle Garden, our artist-in-residence Elspeth Diederix reminds us to appreciate the natural beauty of our surroundings.
It’s 2018 and gardening is not just a pastime for our aunts and grandparents, it’s for the rich and famous, too.
100,000 endangered seed varieties, and 94% lost altogether in the 20th Century. We talked to pioneers of London’s preservation scene to find out how we can take action.
Brooklyn Grange is not just bringing fresh organic produce to New Yorkers, it has the ingenuity to transform the agricultural industry as we know it.
We met with Conservatory Archives’ co-founder Jin Ahn, to talk about her beautiful Hackney Road plant emporium.
Julia Plevin, founder of the Forest Bathing Club tells us why the Japanese practice of 'Shinrin-yoku' is more important now than ever.
Our deteriorating relationship with the natural world has carved a comfortable space for therapists, psychologists and social workers to unearth the therapeutic and remedial virtues of plants and gardens.
On a mission to save incredible plants on the brink of extinction. Carlos Magdalena sends a message to the world about biodiversity its importance for humanity.
Roaming through the bustling district of New York’s Williamsburg with Tula founders Christan and Ivan.
The founders of Rooftop Republic tell us how they are bringing local food production to one of the densest cities in the world.
Regen Villages is a new self-sustaining community located just outside Amsterdam. The first families move into their homes in 2018.
It's one of today's most desired plants, known for its pancake-shaped leaves and power to attract wealth. Here are some perfect care tips for all lucky plant owners.
Beauty always comes at a cost. Follow these tips closely and your Calathea Orbifolia will live up to its expectations.
A plant that hangs so beautifully that they call it the String of Pearls. Pay close attention to our care tips for this special succulent.