PlantTherapy: Saturday Garden Clippings

PlantTherapy: Saturday Garden Clippings

Jan 26, 2008

Five plant links clipped and gathered from this past week's blogosphere.

Green building facades, tomatos by Campbell's, this year's perennial plant hopefuls, eggshell planters and witch hazel:

Take a look after the jump...

City Dirt is responsible for posting on this building with its 'living facade', above, built in 'Seoul's Gangnam district – in close proximity to Dosan Park. Primarily residential in the past, the neighborhood is undergoing a rapid transformation into an upscale commercial district full of shops and restaurants.'

Garden Rant is looking at Perennial Plant Association award winners for when the ground thaws - and not too impressed. What say you?

This Garden is Illegal talks about growing the same veggie varieties developed by companies like Campbell's and Tabasco to get good, consistent taste.

Housemartin shows us what actual witch hazel looks like - very cool!

Mr. Brown Thumb reminds us that eggs make great vessels for starting seedlings.

Stuart Robinson discusses the fact that all of those decorative garden pebbles we buy actually are a natural resource that is being depleted.

matt at apartment therapy dot com

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