Planting in a post-wild world
If we want to create more resilient communities we must create a “hybrid of both the wild and the cultivated.”
If you don’t have a green thumb or get worried about causing a plant to die, lavender is a great plant for beginners.
If there is any place to learn more about sustainable agricultural practices, it’s definitely West Virginia.
The Tower Farm innovation has been brought to Charleston, West Virginia by a family passionate about providing healthier food options and methods to local communities.
Instagram has been overpopulated with NYFW posts so here’s another collection for winter/fall (previously: spring/summer collection) of plants always making a beautiful impression on interiors.
West Virginia is “wild and wonderful” all around so its no question its botanical garden, set in Morgantown, would only be an extension of its beauty.
Once upon a time, there was a great grandfather that only cultivated the Moushmoush tree.
The Shofuso Japanese Garden elegantly resides at the Fairmont Park. It was originally built in Nagoya, Japan as part of an exhibition named “The House in the Museum Garden.”
Her inspirational outlook on design and advocacy for biophilia is intriguing and presents the formula for our health and wellbeing in the built environment.
There’s this storytelling aspect to craftsmanship that is lost in mass production.
From Longwood Gardens’ dazzling colors to its intriguing water performances the experience is nothing but insanely beautiful!
While I don't have a fashion line I wanted to create my own take on a Spring/Summer lookbook and share photos I've taken or have collected from other creatives/designers that inspire me.
When we make careful decisions everything falls into place from our health, to our values, to our wellbeing, to the aesthetics - design comes full circle for us.
Set between the mountains, in Malden WV, is one of the only salt mines in all of Appalachia - J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works!
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