• The Plant Journal 

    Issue No. 8 - Fiddle Leaf Fig

    Besides providing botanical contents in a simple, personal and cozy way, The Plant offers to plant lovers a new look on greenery by featuring the work of creative people who also love plants.
    As a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery, the magazine presents a monographic on a specific plant and brings together photographers, illustrators, designers, musicians, writers and visual artists, both established and emerging, from all over the world, to share with The Plant their perceptions and experiences around plants.
    We also carry limited back issues of The Plant No.7The Plant No. 6 + The Plant No. 5

    'Issue 8 gets us into the work of preeminent French gardener and philosopher Gilles Clément and an essay about Japanese traditional gardening. ‘Defiant Gardens’ shows how refugees in Jordan turn to gardening as a primal instinct. We experience raw nature in Iceland with Cat Stevens, ‘Komorebi’ through the lense of Ola Rindal and project by Takashi Homma and Rikako Nagashima 'Camphor Tree'. Our contributors take us along to their adventure in Chernobyl and introduce us to the busy and interesting life of bees in London. Further more, some short stories about piss plant and rotten vegetables. Art feature dedicated to the work of Georgia O’Keeffe and the perfect paradox of film ‘Last Year in Marienbad'. We include our regular contributors Scheltens & Abbenes with recipes, Coke Bartrina’s DIY and British artist Sue Webster for 'My Plants by'.

    Plant monograph Fiddle-leaf fig – the charm of a tree growing indoors. Tricks for an escape plan (just in case things get too hard outdoors) and ‘Goethe und Urpflanze’, a booklet illustrated by Martin Fengel.'


     

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