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Revisiting The Vertical Gardens of Patrick Blanc

This week’s blog post is a repeat of one of our early favorites from February, 2015. Vertical gardens are trending items in today’s corporate and public spaces. Readers who live in larger cities will have undoubtedly seen one in person. … Continue reading

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Santa Monica’s Tongva Park

Not all of our recent visit to Los Angeles was spent in museums and galleries. We also went to the beachside community of Santa Monica where we explored an example of visionary urban planning, landscape architecture, and public art (all … Continue reading

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The Vertical Gardens of Patrick Blanc

Patrick Blanc is a French botanist who has long been interested in growing plants using alternative, non-soil environments. In the late 1980s he created a “green wall” made of living plants at the Museum of Science and Industry in Paris. … Continue reading

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