"Between our two lives there is also the life of the cherry blossom." — Basho. No argument there. By Angela Lord.
Our beloved trees can, in this case, recall the decline of Mayan culture in sixteenth century Mexico. By Valerie Trouet.
LONDON: Melanie K explores the idea of the burial ground as historical archive.
LONDON: Tom Jeffreys reviews a night of immersive theatre in the beautifully overgrown Nunhead Cemetery.
KINTYRE: Exploring the flora and fauna of the west coast of Scotland.
PHOTO STORY: Images from the Herbarium at Kew Gardens by Liz Orton.
Tales of golden forests and open-source mindware in this extract from the sci-fi novella.
Inspecting their curves and cracks, not permitted even the touch of another life form.