Patrick Blanc creates spectacular gardens that grow vertically. He sets up these spectacular sights on and in museums, restaurants, shops and a variety of other places. Each area uses specific plants that have the best growing rates, according to the climate. 

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Posted on Sunday, 17 February
Tagged as: Patrick Blanc botany gardens art i really like the juxtaposition of urban thing against organic thing reminds me sort of korea and i am biased as hell
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