From rooftop gardens to flora-laden balconies, flowers and plants bestow a warm grace to unconventional and indoor spaces. Evergreen shows the verdant aesthetic statement that allows city dwellers to bring nature back into the every day and quenches urban gardening desires. Living with plants is mutually beneficial; beyond the exchange of carbon dioxide and oxygen, leaves, flowers, and stems bring a warm and individual charisma to any space. Throughout this engaging collection of projects, urban gardening is complimented by a softer side: balconies that add an extra relaxing touch to a morning cup of coffee, flowers that provide calming fragrances throughout the home, or romantic blooms that feed the soul rather than fill a plate.
The Haws Brass Sprayer delivers a fine mist of water to indoor plants and herbs. This really is made from brass, and has a satisfying press plunge action – just like a 1950s oil can! The Haws company has been going since 1886 as the UK's great garden...
Natural hemp twine suitable for cooking, gardening, tying around gifts, craft and much more. Fair Trade and grown, harvested and handspun in a village in Bangladesh. Colour: Charcoal50 metres long x approximately 4mm thick however this varies due to the handcrafted production methods. Sold individually. ...
These practical garden scissors are perfect for snipping flowers, herbs, lettuce, and the like. Size: 10cm in length. Made from Steel, they will rust, so keep oiled to maintain them over time Sold Individually. Props not included.
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For more than twenty years Wendy Whiteley has worked to create a public garden at the foot of her harbourside home in Sydney's Lavender Bay. This is the extraordinary story of how a determined, passionate and deeply creative woman has slowly transformed an overgrown wasteland...