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MOSSTIKA URBAN GREENERY Edina Tokodi is a Hungarian artist who lives and works in Brooklyn NY and uses plant material to create urban murals throughout the city. Her primary media is moss, however …

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The Original Living Wall Brand: Greenwalls Vertical Planting Systems

Biological Concrete Adds a Mossy Living Layer to Buildings | Gadgets, Science & Technology

Simulation of a vegetated facade at the Aeronautical Cultural Centre in El Prat de Llobregat > Researchers develop "biological concrete" for moss covered walls

Horsetail reed- Loves water, swampy soil, loves sun, tolerate some shade. Fast growing to 3-4 feet, spreads underground if not contained. a great container plant.

❤ Equisetum fluviatile - horsetail reed❤ Using Architectural Plants in the Garden - Tips & Ideas! Horsetail reed (grown the right way) is a great way to add structure to your garden!

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A succession of woven willow screens creates a path to the Mill House, Västra Karup, Sweden.

Street artist transforms a parking meter shadow into a perfect silhouette of Snoopy’s dog house.

Funny pictures about Snoopy Shadow Graffiti. Oh, and cool pics about Snoopy Shadow Graffiti. Also, Snoopy Shadow Graffiti photos.

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CISTA: Modern Rainwater Harvesting Made Beautiful

Generally associated with plastic and wooden 55 gallon drums covered with slimy moss, rainwater harvesting just doesn't seem to capture the imagination like an exotic green roof or a gleaming solar array -- until now. The CISTA rainwater harvesting system

https://flic.kr/p/8p9Lsc | Muelle de la Campa de los Ingleses | A shot of  Muelle de la Campa de los Ingleses. A walkway along the river Nervión which runs through BIlbao, Spain.

A shot of Muelle de la Campa de los Ingleses. A walkway along the river Nervión which runs through BIlbao, Spain. By Chris Sheehan.

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