How to make a Mandala Garden

The word mandala comes from Sanskrit and means holy, magical or sacred circle. Humans have always used mandalas. The Mayan calendar, the medicine wheel of the First Nation, Stone Henge, the Celtic spirals and the Tibetan wheel had symbols originated in mandalas. The mandala symbolizes the whole, the coordinated cycles of time and space, uniting the…

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The Living Sofa Project

The Living Sofa Project makes everyone smile. It began with a simple phrase “Everything will garden in the end. So why wait for the end? Garden everything!” The Living Sofa Project attempts to send the message in a soft and fun way, that we are nature and ultimately will return to nature. Old sofas have been…

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Garden Everything, Everything Gardens

The challenge of creating green spaces for people to escape into what both separates them from the outside world and connects them with their inner self is one that White Rabbit Garden Team embraces. There is an immeasurable amount fantasy, curiosity, and desire of manifestation that is embraced and reinforced by each and every garden that we…

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How to make mosaic stepping stones

I started making stepping-stones as I had a hard time detaching from my favourite vase or plates that had seen better days. So I started collecting broken pieces and before I knew it, I started a new craze at home. Stepping-stones are a great way to upcycle broken ceramic and you personalise you garden. A…

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Create an Environmental Ethic with Gardening

Hart and Moore have declared that the culture of childhood that played outside is gone and children’s everyday life has shifted to the indoors. Sadly children’s opportunity for direct and spontaneous contact with nature is a vanishing experience of childhood. One researcher has gone so far as to refer to this sudden shift in children’s…

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