Take half off this gravity-defying bonsai tree pot

Most people don’t spare a lot of thought on the potting for their plants. Perhaps something with a color that matches the walls, but that’s as far as it goes. After all, the plants don’t care what they’re wearing. Do they? Actually, they might. As eye-catchin…

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Rams vs. boxing bag

In this video, a pair of rams chance across a boxing bag left dangling from a branch in the woods. Battle commences. A day later, they are ultimately victorious. Dodge and Thunder discover the heavy punching bag hanging from a tree There is an entire channel …

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In a well-balanced nanotank, dinner is served

In this very relaxing video, a man tends with infinite care to the precise ecology of his unfertilized nanotank: a tiny yet thriving 5-gallon world of flora and fauna. The best moment comes when he drops a slice of boiled cucumber in. A redditor explains the …

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Under the Bonsai Tree: Chris Bogia’s Solo Show @ Mrs. Gallery, NYC

Under the Bonsai Tree, Chris Bogia’s first solo exhibition, opened this month at Mrs. Gallery in Maspeth, NY, following the gallery’s presentation of his work at NADA Miami 2018. Bogia’s newest body of work focuses on the bonsai as a projection of an alternat…

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144 retail shops affected after Denver business recalls marijuana due to potentially unsafe mold, yeast levels – 9News.com KUSA

Bonsai Cultivation is recalling several products, including flower, shake, trim and pre-rolls, over concerns of potentially elevated mold and yeast levels.

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Matthaei Botanical Gardens in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Michigan is home to many rare and unusual habitats. You’ll find dry, grassy dunes bordering the Great Lakes; flat, pavement-like limestone barrens known as alvar, and cobble beaches where the soil is constantly waterlogged and the surface frequently scoured b…

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Rooted

What if, rather than mere props in the background of our lives, trees embody the history of all life on Earth?

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Tokyo is Transformed into a Museum for Designart 2019

DesignArt Tokyo is in full swing this week. The annual celebration, now in it’s 3rd iteration, converts Tokyo into a massive museum with galleries, retail stores and event venues all joining in. And this year it’s bigger and more diverse than ever with over 3…

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This Modernist Colombian Tasting Menu Asks Guests to Wash Their Hands With Chocolate

El Cielo’s pop-up in the La Cosecha market comes with a “sensory experience”

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128° – Lego 70670 Ninjago Monastery of Spinjitzu Ninja Set £53.99 @ Smyths

A great price for a great set, get loads of Lego with minifigures plus free delivery (y)

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The Monastery of Spinjitzu opens out for easy play
It has an opening gate; tower; tea room with 2 seats and a hidden lever-operated k…

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Photographer captures Seoul’s artificial ‘mountains’

An unusual beautification trend known as “jingeyong sansu” has seen Korea’s most famous mountains recreated outside apartment complexes and luxury villas.

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Masashi Hirao

Masashi Hirao, a heretical Bonsai master, who continues to create Bonsai that overturns common sense while carrying improvised performances, gains appreciation from both Japan and overseas. While inheriting Japanese …

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Ellie Goulding admits she has ‘impostor syndrome’ due to the ‘ups and downs’ of fame

Ellie Goulding took to Instagram on Monday to share a candid post about mental health.

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The Demand for Frankincense Built Global Trade

Frankincense, which is also known as olibanum, 1 was once as common in households as toothpaste and deodorant are today. 2 High quality oil or resin is a product of the Boswellia sacra tree, commonly found along the Arabian Peninsula that is home to several c…

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Haris Epaminonda “VOL. XXVII, 2019” Installation [Venice Biennale]

Cypriot-born, Berlin-based artist Haris Epaminonda plays with form and composition in her award-winning installation at the 58th Venice Biennale – The artist works with found materials such as sculptures, pottery, books, or photographs, which she often combin…

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Samsara

I. The man standing outside my front door was carrying a clipboard and wearing a golden robe. “Not interested,” I said, preparing to slam the door in his face. “Please,” said the acolyte. Before I could say no he’d jammed … Continue reading →

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omikuji-fast added to PyPI

Python binding to Omikuji, an efficient implementation of Partioned Label Trees and its variations for extreme multi-label classification

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Ecological development efforts reach new heights

Nantong, a coastal city in East China’s Jiangsu province, has become a role model for green development. In 2018, the city was distinguished as a national forest city by the National Forestry and Grassland Administration.

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The ten best Christmas markets

Germany has been at the forefront of the modern festive phenomenon. But other countries are fast catching up. Here we pick the ten best Christmas markets in Europe…

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As he does for his Ballard shop, Curtis Steiner curates the uncommon for his own garden

Every inch of this backyard oasis in Phinney Ridge is covered in captivating plants, moss or ground cover.

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