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Back once again for the #renegadeplantlife April 20, 2017 09:55

#Renegadeplantlife - a collective Instagram project celebrating the unruly, wild beauty of nature - is back! Some of you may remember the tag; it's about stopping to notice tenacious plant life - a plucky little plant growing from a crack in a wall or a pretty flower peeping out from the tarmac, for example.

Self-seeded plant by the roadside #Renegadeplantlife

The hashtag is a collective project over on Instagram that's about taking a moment to stop and notice nature - like this self-seeded plant growing by the roadside.

With the arrival of spring and Earth Day just around the corner, we thought it would be a good time to resurrect the project.  

If you’re on Instagram, pop over and take a look at the feed. Everybody is welcome to join in - simply use the hashtag and tag @mimosastreet. We love seeing your #renegadeplantlife pics and will share our favourites in the feed and here on the blog.

#Renegadeplantlife captures

A few of your beautiful #renegadeplantlife captures, with thanks to @hilltopfarmgirl, @edencottageyarns, @modernbotanics and @circleofpines.


#Renegadeplantlife: an introduction September 17, 2015 09:59

If you follow Mimosa Street on Instagram, you’ll probably already be familiar with #Renegadeplantlife. It’s a collective project where people share their pictures of tenacious plant life using the hashtag.

It’s about noticing and celebrating the way that nature seems to thrive despite the odds sometimes being stacked against it. About stopping to take a moment to notice the little things: that plucky little plant growing from a crack in a wall or that pretty flower peeping out from the tarmac.

If you’re on Instagram, pop over and take a look at the feed, and feel free to join in! Simply use the hashtag and tag @mimosastreet. We love seeing your #renegadeplantlife pics and will share our favourites in the feed and on the blog.

#Renegadeplantlife captures

A few of your beautiful #renegadeplantlife captures, with thanks to @hilltopfarmgirl, @edencottageyarns, @modernbotanics and @circleofpines.