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In the wilds of north-east Scotland, Martin Murray makes gin and vodka reflecting the local landscape’s flora.With botany central to his wor...
In the run up to the 35 edition of Floraliën, Studio Coffeeklatch have been setting the scene at Café Frascati. Over the past few weeks, th...
British artist Rebecca Louise Law's Berlin art installation Garten is a floral tribute to the start of spring. London-based artist Rebec...
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Exploring the potential of flowers and plants to bring healing and life in times of pain and difficulty the Citadelpark is a monument to peace of all kinds. Anyone who gardens or spends time in nature will testify to the power of plants to soothe away stress. Greenery makes us calmer and happier, allows us to make more creative decisions, reduces pain a[...]
The relationship between cities and trees is the focal point for Floraliën’s Leopold Barracks site. The bleakest of urban spaces can be transformed by the introduction of flowers, plants and trees. Not only that but they moderate climate in built-up areas, counter the urban heat island effect, and have a positive effect on the health and mood of the people [...]
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A deeper look at the world of flowers
Forcing their way through cracks in the pavement or springing up around kerbsides, the weeds of London are most remarkable perhaps for trium...
What happens when you mesh the creativity of graffiti with the bold actions of guerrilla gardening? Well, those visiting the Floralies can s...