Tamed nature Heather Edwards The Old Malthouse, Wiltshire, England The secret garden "A mown path leads through a sea of cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris) to a willow (Salix) arch on a still, early, summer morning.
Monet's Gardens at Giverny Monet's Gardens at Giverny. Pink cosmos and golden sunflowers tower above Fifi, the calico cat who resides in Monet's garden, as she strolls down a gravel path in the mist of dawn // photo by Elizabeth Murray c
Introduction to Permaculture, Bill Mollison. Permaculture works with nature to make a better world for all. By observing the natural world we can see a set of principles at work. Permaculture design uses these principles to develop integrated systems that
MUSHROOMS: GREAT DISCOVERY FOR ECO-FASHION Some weeks ago, within my cruelty-free fashion column on Radioveg.it, I told to you about an innovative material, similar to suede but 100% animalfree, used to produce bags, shies and hats. It’s called Muskin, name created by the union of “mushrooms” and “skin”. In fact this fabric is made of skin extracted from the mushroom cap, by Grado Zero Experience in Italy. It can be worked exactly as the animal skin but this is totally vegetable. It is…