More Thoughts on Variety in the Interior Landscape

Why limiting ourselves to common varieties of plants is a disservice to our industry, our customers, and to plants in general. Why You Can’t Live Without Plants

Photosynthesis in a nutshell, and why it matters. On Biophilia and the Value of Interior Landscaping

How interior landscaping reconnects us to the natural world, and why this is important. Some Notes on the Natural Habitat of Tillandsia spp., and Inferences Therefrom on their Care in the Interior Environment

How Tillandsia live in nature, and how this should affect how we cultivate them indoors. Thematism in the Interior Landscape

How thematism adds depth and meaning to interior landscape design. Plants that Shine: Iridescence in the Indoor Garden

Some notes on the cause and function of iridescence in plants. On Natural Variation and its Place in Interior Landscaping

Making use of natural variation within species in interior landscape design. Ferns from Scratch, and Some Interesting Facts about their Method of Reproduction

Some notes about reproduction in ferns. The Space Between: Why the Immediate Lushness Effect Works Against Itself

The benefits of allowing natural growth habits in vertical gardens.