Leaves 10 May 2014

Leaves links out to the very best plant-related content I’ve found on the world wild web this week. Chemicals in your food? I hope so Life is a chemical cocktail and Compound Interest is exploring everyday chemical compounds in lovely infographic detail. You might want to find out why coriander tastes as it does, or why beetroot […]

Leaves 25 April 2014

  Leaves links out to the very best plant-related content I’ve found on the world wild web this week. Seed sovereignty The seeds of 29 new varieties of crops have been released under a new ‘open source pledge’ that’s intended to safeguard the ability of farmers, gardeners and plant breeders to share those seeds freely. Making your food […]

Leaves April 20

  Leaves links out to the very best plant-related content I’ve found on the internet this week. Surprise, surprise: Science Compared Every Diet, and the Winner Is Real Food “A diet of minimally processed foods close to nature, predominantly plants, is decisively associated with health promotion and disease prevention.” What do you do when you’re […]

Vintage New Zealand Department of Conservation Posters

Those fabulous folks over at Retronaut have another kiwi gem hidden in their archives. The other day I pointed out their fine examples of NZ flora on vintage New Zealand tourism posters, and now I’ve found the delightful collection of Department of Conservation posters. Most I remember from classroom walls when I was just a little […]