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No, this isn’t some sort of man-eating plant. And it isn’t a xylophone either. It’s actually an experimental moss garden designed by asensio_mah and students from the Harvard Graduate School of Design for the Canada Blooms show in Toronto.

 Interactive Garden

Participants got down and dirty by unwrapping and twisting the garden’s wall to create various-sized garden pockets (or microclimates) to see how they grow in different environments. I usually can’t keep plants alive, so I could really use this wall to “hide” all the sad plants I end up with. Would that be considered cheating?

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