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Michelle Drew "Seed Pods" Magenta Orange Coasters (Set of 4)

Michelle Drew "Seed Pods" Magenta Orange Coasters (Set of

Azores seed pods - Isabel Bannerman : http://www.closeltd.com/product/azores-seeds/

Julian and Isabel Bannerman have worked together making gardens and buildings since They aim to provide a unique, highly personal service, providing answers to landscaping and building opportunities in an educated but original way.

Blue Gum - Eucalyptus seed pods

Blue Gum Eucalyptus Seed Pods by Kris H.

Holly A. Senn is known for her sculptures and installations created from discarded library books. In these labor-intensive works she explores the life cycle of ideas—how ideas are generated, dispersed, referenced or forgotten. She received a M.L.I.S. from the University of California, Berkeley, and a B.A. from Mills College.

Holly Senn - installation art, sculpture, conceptual art - from discarded library books

Iris Seed Pod Spray Artificial 39" - http://www.qualitysilks.com/content-product_info/product_id-5065/iris_seed_pod_spray_artificial_39.html

I didn't know you could start irises from seed. Once an iris flower dies, a pod grows. They start off green. Once the seeds inside are ready to pick, the pod turns tannish or brown and cracks open. Gather seeds & plant again

Strange looking seed pod, called Water Caltrop (trapa bicornis)

Our bizarre mystery seed from last week was a water caltrop, Trapa bicornis. The water caltrop (also called horn nut, etc.) is a nondescript little freshwater plant. It is originally from Asia, whe…

Lotus seed pod: lotus seeds are used in Chinese herbiology to calm the spirit, cool the body, and beautify skin.

Nelumbo nucifera, Lotus seed head Texture- depth, smooth and rough, light and dark, intriguing. - beautiful and terrifying at the sane time - my son and I are creeped out by these.

Human remains seed pods could replace coffins and we could become trees

These new biodegradable human seed pods could replace traditional coffins

A Pod - to be used usually after cremation in a green burial site, most commonly a young tree is planted overhead. The loved ones remains help to feed the tree in the fullness of time.