The Plant Journal
The Plant Journal
botanics | photography | adventure

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Botanics | Photography | Adventure

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The Plant Journal is our way of documenting our love of the natural world in rural and urban settings. We hope you enjoy. 


Our Favourite Places

Take a look below to see our favourite places and follow our discoveries along the way!

california Series

Read about our west coast Adventures in our California Series. Last summer we travelled to LA, Las Vegas driving through the incredible Death Valley and into Yosemite National Park before heading to San Francisco and back down the Pacific Coast Highway passing through the legendary regions of Big Sur.  



It's incredible how many secret and unknown gardens and green spaces there are in London that we are totally unaware of. Many are housed on the roofs of city offices or within hidden walled gardens! We were lucky enough to spend the hottest weekend in June scouring the city for hidden garden gems that Open Garden Squares told us about! We photographed our visits and you can find them all here!


Our home city. London is full of urban jungle life both old and new. It is one of the reasons we fell in love with this beautiful, relentless city. From historical gardens to new urban pop ups, there's always something new going on in town. Read about our latest finds from the city here.

Our Scotland road trip, july 2017

We spent an incredible week exploring all the Scottish Highlands have to offer. Setting off from Glasgow we drove through Loch Lomond, Glencoe and Glen Nevis. We took a ferry over to the ever popular Isle of Skye and discovered why some many people are drawn to this enchanting island. Read more about our trip including our favourite camping spots and the best sights!

rural places

Sometimes you need to escape the city. And we love doing this as much as the next person. There's nothing like fresh air in your lungs to recharge the batteries. We love discovering remote and what can seem like untouched parts of the country both at home in the UK and when we are abroad. Read more about our discoveries.