September 12, 2011

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September 12, 2011
dig this cactus with an athletic supporter.  at the huntington library.

dig this cactus with an athletic supporter.  at the huntington library.

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August 1, 2011
dietcokeandasmoke:

a little bit of beauty in the most unexpected place

dietcokeandasmoke:

a little bit of beauty in the most unexpected place

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August 1, 2011
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July 27, 2011
urbangreens:

Green wall, Milan by roman fox’s

urbangreens:

Green wall, Milan by roman fox’s

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July 7, 2011
high line, part two.  so inspiring!

high line, part two.  so inspiring!

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July 5, 2011
gardensinunexpectedplaces:

A billboard that reduces air pollution?

Billboards get a bad rap, and rightfully so. The vast majority of them just sully the visual environment. But a new billboard in the Philippines might actually make the world a little better, in its own small way, by reducing air pollution.
Coca-Cola teamed up with the World Wide Fund for Nature (the local name for the WWF) to build this 60-by-60 foot plant billboard in Makati city. According to a release from WWF-Philippines, the 3,600 potted Fukien tea plants can absorb as much as 46,800 pounds of carbon dioxide over the course of a year.
The ad is also made out of recycled materials. Each of the plants is potted in discarded bottles from Coca-Cola company products. They are specially modified to allow the plants to grow sideways with an efficient drip irrigation watering system.

(via The Philippines Gets a Billboard That Reduces Pollution — GOOD)

gardensinunexpectedplaces:

A billboard that reduces air pollution?

Billboards get a bad rap, and rightfully so. The vast majority of them just sully the visual environment. But a new billboard in the Philippines might actually make the world a little better, in its own small way, by reducing air pollution.

Coca-Cola teamed up with the World Wide Fund for Nature (the local name for the WWF) to build this 60-by-60 foot plant billboard in Makati city. According to a release from WWF-Philippines, the 3,600 potted Fukien tea plants can absorb as much as 46,800 pounds of carbon dioxide over the course of a year.

The ad is also made out of recycled materials. Each of the plants is potted in discarded bottles from Coca-Cola company products. They are specially modified to allow the plants to grow sideways with an efficient drip irrigation watering system.

(via The Philippines Gets a Billboard That Reduces Pollution — GOOD)

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June 24, 2011
attention angelinos!  plantsaretakingover is participating in $1-a-minute design, as part of la design week!  many talented designers are participating, with a diverse menu of stuff you can order.  come down and see us tuesday the 28th from 2-5…..

attention angelinos!  plantsaretakingover is participating in $1-a-minute design, as part of la design week!  many talented designers are participating, with a diverse menu of stuff you can order.  come down and see us tuesday the 28th from 2-5…..

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June 22, 2011
incredible native oak!
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incredible native oak!

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June 22, 2011

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