Well, when you put it like that. 🌱 💚 📸 @natinstablog
Plant party in @mondayplants mini greenhouse x sanctuary! Weekend project? Yes.
Statement greens don’t have to be all about the one bold plant, curate a cluster of varied species to create one living, breathing statement. 📸: @annetteobrien styling: @alanalangan
“Every morning when we open the doors there they are, shiny, bright, alive and gently welcoming our staff and guests… having plants around us is something that myself and my family see as paramount to our health and wellbeing.” Tucked away in the backstreets of Collingwood you'll find @RupertonRupert, a restaurant home to a veritable jungle of lush indoor plants. Plant Life Balance sat down with Ric Corinaldi, horticulturalist and arboriculturist turned restaurateur to chat about his passion for caring, cooking and drinking with plants. Check out the full story and gallery now live on The Journal.
The purr-oudest plant parent we ever did see! 😻 : Mia 📸: @bamaluzhome
By now you've heard the news, plants purify the air in our homes. So when it comes to getting those sweet greens 😴 Plant Life Balance wanted to share five quick hacks to styling your plants in arguably the most important room in the house. Full story now live on The Journal. 📸: @vallentine_project
And Halloween costume of the year goes to... @sarawenokur! via @thesill
Sea celery, native parsnip, yam daisies, native leek, Warrigal greens, saltbush and finger limes. Walking around Sydney’s inner city suburb of South Eveleigh, no-one would blame you for not being aware of the abundance of native Australian edibles that are, quite literally, growing above your head. But you’d be silly to ignore it. In @mjscardi's latest edition of 'pottering about' Plant Life Balance joins Clarence Slockee and Christian Hampson, founders of the Indigenous start-up @Yerrabingin to take a stroll through the officially opened Yerrabingin Native Rooftop Farm. Head to The Journal to catch the full story. 📸: @drexcelsiors