Move over, Edward Scissorhands. The Mosaïcultures Internationales de Montréal is an international competition and exhibition featuring amazingly detailed feats of plant sculpture. Each entry is meant to relate to the creator's culture, as well as promote ideas of sustainable development. The event runs through September 29 at the Montreal Botanical Garden.
In other news, people who garden are happier than those who don't, and check out a urinal design that promotes hand washing. See the headlines after the jump.
• These Mind-Blowingly Elaborate Plant Sculptures Are Not CGI | Co.Create
• Gardening Can Help Depression, Gardeners' World Magazine Survey Finds | HuffPost Home
• Can This Sink-Urinal Hybrid Get Men To Wash Their Hands? | Co.Design
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