This magazine offers plant lovers a new look at greenery by featuring the works of many creative people who share love for plants.
Somebody gives you a plant as a present for your new home and after some time you end up with a collection. You exchange cuttings, you save plants that people abandon on the street, you grow your own tomatoes and you decorate your home, your garden and your life with plants. If you agree to all of that, the Plant Journal might be right up your alley.
The Plant Journal is a about ordinary plants and other greenery. Besides providing botanical contents in a simple, personal and cozy way, The magazine offers plant lovers a new look at greenery by featuring the works of many creative people who share our love for plants. The Plant Journal uses an impressive variety of approaches and it looks superb! We love the photography of contributors such as Scheltens & Abbenes, Daniel Trese and Jennilee Marigomen. We’re a fan of the interviews with creative people sharing their perceptions and experiences about plants, the DIY and other tips on how to keep your interior and exterior plants alive, from growing your own vegetable garden to creating your own terrarium. And we cherish the green reportages, covering all parts of the globe, learning about flowerpot gardening in Japan and discovering the fire escape to be ‘the’ garden in New York City.
The Plant Journal is far from the average garden magazine, for it offers a fresh and contemporary take on greenery and ordinary plants. It’s the perfect, smart and entertaining read for a new generation of gardeners, flower fans and anyone who loves living with plants.
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