Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Contemporary Landscape: Tree Project on psfk.com
The PSFK article featured Allan Baily's persimmon seedling in his original animal lowerbody pot.
Japanese artist Hiroshi Sunairi has conceived a new twist on the idea of seed bombing by sharing seeds from Hibaku trees that survived the bombing of Hiroshima with gardeners from across the globe. The curated project, titled Leur L’Existence (Tree Project), offers seeds from numerous varieties that include Round Leaf Holly, Persimmon, Chinaberry, Firmiana simplex, Japanese Hackberry and Jujube.
Majulah Singapura - Tree Project in Singapore: Marianne Pereira's Hibau Camphor was adopted and now growing wonderfully
Hello Hiroshi How are you doing these days. I notice that you are doing wonderful things, meeting exciting people and enjoying lif...
Last year, I received 5 Hibaku seedlings from Tree Doctor Riki Horiguchi in Hiroshima, Japan. They were Japanese Hackberry, 2 Ginkgo and 2 C...