pop-up garden postcard : postgarden

Posted: March 19th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: art, design, paper, the earth, things | Tags: | 4 Comments »

My postcard overfloweth. Something to write home about. You’ve got garden. A tree grows in… I want to indulge every dorky phrase possible.

This product, Postgarden, was created by A Studio for Design in London. It is a postcard, that folds out as a cardboard pop-up design of either an allotment (below), a botanical garden, or a cityscape. It comes with seeds and a little inner tray. You add water and within a week, your diorama comes to life.

Bummer is that they are only shipping within the European Union at this time, but for those of you there, you can order Postgarden online for £7.50.

(*via Inhabitat)

4 Comments on “pop-up garden postcard : postgarden”

  1. 1 Mamacita said at 9:41 am on March 19th, 2010:

    I love these! These are like the altars to spring and the virgin built all over town at this time in Guanajuato, Mexico! I wish I could put a photo in this comment….

  2. 2 Postgarden « wanderlust said at 8:43 pm on March 27th, 2010:

    […] to Comments I just came across these awesome postcards that convert into mini, indoor gardens in Papertastebuds. Aren’t they […]

  3. 3 July 5 Day 141: “pop up” | 3x5everyday said at 12:11 am on July 6th, 2013:

    […] Two sources acted as inspiration for today’s project: the extraordinary pop up alphabet book by Marion Bataille, which has some of the most surprising pop ups you will ever see, and the marvelous blog papertastebuds.com authored by Bryn (!!) a computer scientist turned calligrapher, who features a wonderful pop up postcard garden on her site: http://papertastebuds.com/?p=3756 […]

  4. 4 Bryndie said at 12:21 am on July 6th, 2013:

    Hello Bryn

    What a great collection of pop ups. I just did a mini pop up project today, and given your paper interest, and name, had to say hello and thank you for your insights into the world of paper!

    Not to mention your name…!

    Best regards,


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