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Root System

...A great example of why we need to stop labeling things as "weeds," and yanking them out...without thinking about the impact that will have on the environment~

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from Diy & Crafts Ideas Magazine

15 Excellent DIY Backyard Decoration & Outside Redecorating Plans 4 Landscaping Idea

Here is the companion to the other piece I have! I also have a planter pot to match both wall pin-ups so it looks like he's sprouting flowers!

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from Wings and Roots

Sugar Free Blueberry, Banana and Oat Muffins

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from Telegraph.co.uk

In pictures: the art of 'kokedama'

Kokedama by Utah-based Charlotte Catherine (charlottecatherine.com), using Alocasia 'African Mask’. Kokedama (translation "moss ball") is the practice of removing a root system from its container, surrounding it in a mud cake traditionally made partly made from clay-based akadama bonsai soil, wrapping it in moss then winding it in string.

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from SF Gate

How to Propagate Roses Using Potatoes

Never waste cut roses, ladies. Did You know that You can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes and then bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peat moss top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist help develop the root systems. Its a perfectly simple way to multiply Your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.

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Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s incredible installation titled Transarquitetônica invites you to go on a fantastical journey through a cavernous interior. The recently-completed work is his largest to date, and he has successfully created a fully-immersive environment inside of a large, root-like system. Upon entering, you can follow multiple paths that lead you throughout the sculpture while you’re completely surrounded by repurposed wood pieces that are tacked together and resemble…

Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s incredible installation titled Transarquitetônica invites you to go on a fantastical journey through a cavernous interior. The recently-completed work is his largest to date, and he has successfully created a fully-immersive environment inside of a large, root-like system. Upon entering, you can follow multiple paths that lead you throughout the sculpture while you’re completely surrounded by repurposed wood pieces that are tacked together and resemble…

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