Drawing with Wire - seed outlines resembling hand-drawn illustrations - organic wire drawings; wire art // Steven Follen

i totally love wire drawings! wire drawings of seeds by steven follen

Ammi visnaga 'White' is a slightly chunkier form of ammi with dense yet delicate white and green domed flowers, which make one of the best garden plants and filler foliage plants you can grow.

Ammi visnaga

Buy Ammi visnaga from Sarah Raven: Ammi visnaga 'White' is a slightly chunkier form of ammi with dense yet delicate white and green domed flowers, which make one of the best garden plants and filler foliage plants you can grow.

Erigeron karvinskianus

Erigeron Karvinskianus (Seaside Daisy or Mexican FleaBane) It flowers for about nine months of the year and self-sows

Lamourouxia viscosa : Kew Millennium Seed Bank : Seeds from more than 10% of the world's flowering plants – around 30,000 species – have been collected in the decade since the bank was established. Kew is celebrating this milestone with an exhibition ' Banking on Life' , and a book of electron micrographs 'The Hidden Sexuality of Flowers' by Rob Kesseler and Madeline Harley (Papadakis)

In pictures: The Kew Millennium Seed Bank

A scanning electron microscope captures the honeycomb shape of the Mexican wildflower seed ( Lamourouxia viscosa ). Many wind dispersed seeds have a honeycomb pattern which allows them to travel more effectively. Image via Rob Kesseler

Global elite hoard the worlds diverse seeds in a vault in Norway for their private cultivation and consumption while the rest of population eats Monsanto's poison. Svalbard Norway Global Seed Vault. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCc1yu7q3bQ

The entrance of the Global Seed Vault near Longyearbyen on the Norwegian island of Svalbard sits halfway up a mountain overlooking the main airport and fjord near the island's capital.

Given the just-right devastating crisis event, food storage and the ability to grow your own food may become more valuable than precious metals! Every responsible person should be thinking about learning how to garden, getting even a small one started (even if only using containers on a balcony--like I used to do when I rented), and of course, having good seeds set aside for current and future use. Right now! Here's more about what to consider and how to get your seed storage going!

May 18 Why You MUST Keep a Seed Bank---Things to Consider

Given the just-right devastating crisis event, food storage and the ability to grow your own food may become more valuable than precious metals! Every responsible person should be thinking about learn

Credit: Martin Argles/Guardian Eucalyptus virginii seed. The next phase of the seed bank project is an even more ambitious target of collect...

In pictures: Kew Gardens' millennium seed bank

Eucalyptus virginii seed - from Kew Gardens' millennium seed bank. Photo by Martin Argles/Guardian

For the ditch? Ground cover plants such as Aubrieta are excellent for steep banks - they suppress weeds, help stabilise the soil and are low maintenance.

Ground covers for shade and sun. For the ditch? Ground cover plants such as Aubrieta are excellent for steep banks - they suppress weeds, help stabilise the soil and are low maintenance.

The Homestead Survival | Free Printable Seed Saver Packets For Creating A Seed Bank | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

These free printable seed saver packets for creating a seed bank have blank spaces where detailed information can be written in. Seed saving is a way to gr

Aquilegia - any of tyhe aquilegias are great in shade. They self seed and come up different colours every year. We could use selective removal and replant so they end up in the right places.

Aquilegia - any of tyhe aquilegias are great in shade. They self seed and come up different colours every year. We could use selective removal and replant so they end up in the right places.

nassella tenuissima (stipa tenuissima) mexican feather grass. This is 1st choice for bank of earth. Would wave in wind and not too tall.

Finestem needlegrass (Nassella tenuissima) Also called Mexican feathergrass Exposure: sun, part shade Height: feet Bloom color: white Bloom period: June-September Texas native

Don't worry, you don't need to go breaking any distillation laws here but you will make the most wonderful, aromatic gin that you will fall in love with.

How to make your own gin

Don't worry, you don't need to go breaking any distillation laws here but you will make the most wonderful, aromatic gin that you will fall in love with.

PHabulous - Rob Kesseler - micro photographer - Seed of wild spider flower

In pictures: The Kew Millennium Seed Bank

The spore-like seed from a Cleome gynandra plant, which is a common wildflower in tropical climes (microscopic plant seeds)

Seed Libraries in Pennsylvania Allowed to  Engage in Free Seed Exchange — PASA

Seed Libraries in Pennsylvania Allowed to Engage in Free Seed Exchange — PASA

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