Issues

73. 73. Pattern Making

We are patterns. We exist within them, we make them, we break them. As old patterns disintegrate, new ones grow. And right now, amid grand disorder and change, we have an opportunity to dream and create new patterns of being. Patterns that might help shape our future as a species. Where do such things grow, you ask? From the earth, of course.

The Value of Front Gardens in a Pandemic, and Always

GardensAn ode to the importance of front gardens in challenging times.

A Celebration of Variegation

BotanicaVariegated plants are the sequins and glitter of the botanical world.

Artist Profile: Sally Blake

Art & DesignSally Blake's art practice explores the complex space between humans and nature.

Plant / Life: Artist Lily Langham’s Incredible Country Garden

GardensLily's garden will knock your socks off. A brilliant cure for isolation blues.

Ectopic Plants: Life in the Cracks

Art & DesignPhotographer Chloe Ferres finds hope, and life, in the cracks.

Grasping at Order: In the Garden, in the Mind

GardensA musing on the complexity of gardening in a pandemic.

A collection of Odes: To Dirty Hands, Chairs and Un-Cool Plants

CultureGorgeous garden odes from the Planthunter Ode Project

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