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Treat yourself to a green literary break
Do you know where the word "paper" comes from? The papyrus plant, which has existed since 3,000 BC. BC was used by the Greeks and Romans as "paper", was mainly used to write contractual agreements. Some 5,000 years later, beautiful "papyrus" collections on plants appeared. So find a cozy place on the couch and enjoy!
Flora: 3000 years of depicting plants in art
You want this book because of the cover. Maintenance happiness. It is a great celebration of the beauty and diversity of flowers and plants. Or as the editors describe it: "The ultimate gift for gardeners and art lovers with 300 of the most beautiful and groundbreaking botanical images of all time."
House of Plants
“Living with succulents, air plants and cacti” is the subtitle of the book that two designers and stylists from Hampstead have put together "In loving language and a sense of real creativity and love for what you do", plus there are 91 other magazines - plus some nice DIY tips!
Living with plants
Two talents with a passion for plants. Maaike Koster has painted a unique work of art for each plant in this collection and Emma Sibley describes the plants in Urban Botany and gives tips on care. The only thing that would have made us a little happier would be an even more detailed representation.
The Museum of Plants. Free entry!
Room with a plant
"At the Indoor gardening it's not just about plant care, but also about the use of plants as a living accessory to improve the style and atmosphere of the house. ”The book Room with Plant! Thanks to author and interior designer Kara O'Reilly and - as it would be on the business card - "Interior Greening Designer and Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show Gold Medalist" Ian Drummond.
Green in glass
Have you ever wondered how the hip concept stores get their plant worlds into their bottles? Judith Baehner gives you the answer (in Dutch). Everything about trendy terrariums and fantastic bottle gardens, with many step-by-step photos that help you get started with plants, glass bottles and pots yourself.
The plant laboratory
Are houseplants difficult or boring? Absolutely not! You can never do anything "wrong" with green. In the 1970s Judith Baehner grew up in a jungle of houseplant, and the green around her has always been a lasting inspiration. To inspire others and bring them closer to plants and green, she wrote the book "Het Plantenlab". Maintain, collect, style, plug and sow, everybody can do it - you just have to read through a few generously illustrated pages.
Twenty home visits around the world, show rooms in which plants play a leading role, documented in the book Wonderplants (in English or Dutch). You should only look at this book if you don't mind getting really jealous. A second volume has now been published. Here you can find a short interview with co-author Judith Baehner.
Do you want more plants in your house and are you looking for inspiration and useful tips? The book Urban Jungle takes you by the hand and helps you on your way. With examples from all over the world, you can create your own urban jungle in no time at all.
From roof gardens to balconies, greenhouses and hidden courtyards. In the book Evergreen you are welcomed by the most extraordinary green places right under your nose. Pick up the trail and the inspiration right away!
How do you add botanical elements to the interior? Selina Lake gives the answer in her book Botanical Style. A lot of romantic influences, combative 70s vibes and surprising twists await you. You can find out more about the author and her work on her blog.
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