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Here’s What Freshly Cut Grass Is Saying With Its Scent
These Botanical Balms Soothe Body and Mind
Why Vetiver Is Our Favorite Botanical Right Now
The Terroir of Natural Color Dyes
The Perfect Press for Making D.I.Y. Seed Pots
Aromatic Face Oils, Made by Regenerative Farms in France
The Chemistry Behind Marijuana’s Skunky Scent
Renowned Perfumer Jean-Marc Chaillan’s Patchouli Obsession
Waris Ahluwalia on His Buzzy New Tea Brand
The Ugliest, Most Delicious Produce You’ll Ever Eat
How to Use Essential Oils to Improve Your Mind, Body, and Mood
Andrew Zuckerman’s Exquisite Pictures of the Natural World, Newly Editioned
Make Homemade Ricotta With This Simple Two-Ingredient Solution
These Fragrant Cacti and Succulents Spice Up Their Surroundings
Plot an Edible Home Garden With This Automated, Open-Source Bot
A User-Friendly Device That Creates Ambient Music With Plants
The Absurdly Wonderful @breadfaceblog
A National Garden Program Connects Faith With the Environment, in Detroit and Beyond
A Soul-Nourishing Album for Your Plants
Author and Curator Peter Kukielski on the Wonders of Roses in Bloom
The Sweet, Sweet Scent of Fall, Explained
Westwind Orchard Makes the Tastiest Maple Syrup We’ve Ever Tried
The Natural World, in Book Form
This App Will Help Get Your Green Thumb Going
Apartment Botanist’s Alessia Resta on Being a “Plant Parent”
The Heirloom Seeds You Should Plant This Season
From Their 21-Acre New York Estate, a Botanist Couple Propagates Plants and Gardening Know-How
The Perfect Hand Tools for Pruning Your Plants
The Cleansing Craze Around Palo Santo
Beautify Your Cacti With These Custom Planters
Why Turmeric Is Everywhere Right Now
This Amazonian Sap Will Ease Your Mind
Stock Your Bar With This Lesser-Known Liqueur from the Alps
Rowan Jacobsen Sniffs Out the Seductive Scent of Truffles
Yann Vasnier on the Fragrance World’s Renewed Interest in the Outdoors
The Healing Power of Plants, According to an Herbalist
Entriken’s Katherine Carothers on Creating Beautiful Flower Arrangements at Home
A Waterproof, Washable Bag That’s Actually Environmentally Friendly
Nature’s Functional Forms, Billions of Years in the Making
Grow Your Own Food in This Modular Raised Garden Bed
This Natural Fragrance Brand Forgoes Synthetic Ingredients in Favor of Candor and Nostalgia
Hinoki Is the World’s Absolutely Best-Smelling Wood
Dram Apothecary’s Calming CBD Solution
How a Spidery Weed Spawned This Sweet-Smelling Perfume
That New Rain Smell, Explained
A Rose Perfume That Smells Like a Man
The Best Japanese Incense Sticks Around
Why Peppermint Is Nature’s Best Insect Repellent
Achieve Full-Body Tranquility with These CBD Bath Salts and Bath Bombs
A Low-Maintenance Home Garden for the Botanically Challenged
Plant-Based Extracts to Fend Off Mosquitoes This Summer
Whetstone Magazine Co-Founder and “Origin Forager” Stephen Satterfield on Food, Culture, and Identity
Brooklyn’s Forthave Spirits Collaborates on a Liqueur With Café Integral
How Iced Tea Came to Be
“Seed Detective” Adam Alexander Imagines a Better World—Through Rare, Endangered, and Unusual Vegetable Varieties
The Sweet, Adaptable Aroma of Southeast Asia’s Pandan Plant
Kettl’s Zach Mangan on Identifying Top-Quality Matcha
Horticulturist Ken Druse on Exploring the World of Botanical Fragrance
Awapuhi, a Cousin of the Ginger Plant, Is Nature’s Shampoo
Has Casa Bosques Created the Most Incredible Chocolate Bar Ever?
Food Artist Laila Gohar Simply Can’t Get Enough of Beans
Mandy Aftel’s Willy Wonka–Like Wonderland of Curious Scents