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Posts tagged "trees"

Fun ‘tree’ cups via Pia Lund

Is bark the last thing you consider when planning your garden? Photo via Clive Nichols.

How cool is this?  The Alnarp Library in Sweden has a 217 volume collection of wooden books called The Tree Library.  Each book describes a specific tree—its binding is bark, moss and lichens found on that species and the book interiors hold more natural surprises.

The books were made in Germany during the 19th century.

Dressing up a tree…

(via umla)

Asleep in the trees.  Source

alecshao:

Myeongbeom Kim, Chair

An unsung hero (mostly) of the winter landscape.  Heptacodium miconioides is pretty great most other seasons too.  Source

Up in the trees!  Source

anthropologie:

Growing up in Central Pennsylvania, I inherited the innate skill of making up pass-the-time games involving one of several things: lumps of coal, soda cans, or trees. I still have an affinity for the latter.
Image Via: Marc Johns

anthropologie:

Growing up in Central Pennsylvania, I inherited the innate skill of making up pass-the-time games involving one of several things: lumps of coal, soda cans, or trees. I still have an affinity for the latter.

Image Via: Marc Johns

Fabric wrapped trees via Welsh artist Zander Olsen