Photographer Larry Gerbrandt's nine year project: capturing the luminous wheat fields and farms of the Palouse in Eastern Washington.
California Academy of Sciences' Living Roof, San Francisco, US
This Californian garden may well resemble the set of the Teletubbies but it's actually a green science experiment comprising 1.7 million plants contained in 50,000 porous, biodegradable trays made from tree sap and coconut husks.
Scientists at the Academy experimented with 30 native species before deciding which ones were deserving of a place on the Academy's roof. The nine finalists were all chosen for their ability to self-propagate, which means this rooftop-garden is able to thrive with minimal water while resisting wind and salt spray from the ocean air.
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Err have you never heard of Kew Gardens? World Heritage site, home to the world’s largest collection of living plants? What about the Eden Project, home to the world’s largest greenhouse? No? Oh dear, how sad.
Paul I think your garden beats all the rest. My lawn is going to change...............
Yes I am smiling. good on you
Maybe not in the same league but look at the smiley face in my garden www. castleseday .co .uk
That will put a smile on your face !!!