The Plant Journal turns into The Plant. The new edition features an interview with the inspiring florist Thierry Boutemy and a visit to Derek Jarman’s cottage at Dungeness where he created an atypical and magical garden. Wild flowers growing at Cap de Creus, the legendary Joshua Tree, cenotes from the Mexican Caribbean and Butchart impressionist gardens in Vancouver are among the most beautiful landscapes discovered thanks to Coke Bartrina, Daniel Trese, Ángeles Peña and Jennilee Marigomen.
You will also find a small and extreme farm in Kuwait and amazing potted gardens in Tokyo; ceramics by Jessica Hans and indigo dyes by Britt Browne; colorful ‘Biotopia’ by Jonas Marguet and an illustrated bestiarium of invented plants. Matt Olson from ROLU remembers his first interest in plants and Lope Serrano discovers three green scenes in Jean Luc Godard’s films, while this issue recipes are photographed by Scheltens & Abbenes: Shake it up!
Launch September 22, 6pm