Claire Lui

Claire Lui
Garden Design
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Starting today, January 25, artist Will Ryman's 38 giant rose blossoms and 20 oversized rose petals will be installed on Park Ave. in New York. Conceived as a love letter to New York, Ryman's sculptures follow a long tradition of notable art appearing on Park Ave., with past work including pieces by Robert Indiana and Tom Otterness. Read More »
Garden Design
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This plant is described as looking like and smelling like "the backside of a flatulent pig." And, bonus—it's easy to grow! Our latest look at the plant catalogs gracing our desk. Read More »
Planter necklace
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These cool, custom-made necklaces have little planters that can hold a bit of soil and a plant, and were developed by a recent graduate of Georgia Tech. Read More »
snowdrop
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Links from around the web that have caught our eye include a snowdrop bulb that sold for more than $500, beautiful tree paintings, a Central Park tree census, and Nabokov's theories about butterflies. Read More »
Garden Design
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In this week's link roundup, we look at beautiful seed packets; unusual planters; Annie Proulx, garden-writer-turned-novelist; and a Louisiana island filled with camellias. Read More »
Lois
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Not since the likes of Audrey II in Little Shop of Horrors has their been a botanical diva like Lois, the Corpse Flower, in Houston. One might call her the Snooki of the plant world, with a giant poof and an attitude even stronger than her smell. We chat with Lois, who gained her fame with her stink and her Twitter stream last year, about how... Read More »
smiths
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Many people hate Valentine's Day. For these haters, I suggest putting on a mix of solidly grouchy music. We link to a mix of sad and yearning songs, with some suggestions for curmudgeonly flowers (such as, ahem, the daffodils being held by Morrissey, at left), for this most floral of holidays. Read More »
Garden Design
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A temporary house made from a pipe frame and vegetable crates had living walls and a living roof covered with fresh vegetables that could be directly harvested from this "greenhouse." Read More »
Patrick Doughterty tree house
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North Carolina artist Patrick Dougherty builds fantastic woven houses from tree branches all around the world. Read More »
Garden Design
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Bees in Turkey and Iran layer flower petals to create a brightly colored nest. Inside, a mother bee will lay an egg, and when the baby bee hatches, it stays inside the nest, where it feeds itself on nectar and is protected by its petal home. Read More »
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