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Who we are Tula inspires city-dwellers to fall in love with plants through unique design, care, and innovation. We are known for keeping plants thriving through careful attention, plant-first products, and the education of our clientele. A mix of modern horticulturists, designers, and plant enthusiasts, everything we create celebrates the wonders of the natural world. […]

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Tula TURF

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TURF a wild and open air shop for curated plants, unique workshops, and spontaneous events. More than just a pop-up shop, TURF is a community space and garden where visitors are invited to relax outdoors and strike up a conversation about nature and creativity. Located in Williamsburg within a transformed 1800 sq ft empty lot, TURF […]

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Let’s Dance. Introducing Hips

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Heat, sweat, movement, and shape. hips is a celebration to the enduring qualities of Summer, nature and dancing. In collaboration with Rhode Island artist Kelli Rae Adams, we’re proud to launch Tula’s Summer 2017 planter collection, hips. Kelli Rae Adams studied ceramics in Japan, where she apprenticed over a period of five years with Tetsuro Hatabe, a […]

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A trip to Olympic National Park

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On a recent trip to Washington, we found ourselves waking up to a sunrise on the ocean in Sequim, driving alongside the Olympic National Park and entering into the majestic Hoh Rainforest. Below are a selection of photographs captured. Look out for the elephant in the tree and the man made of moss… Taken with a Nikon FM […]

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8 Guests with Erin Kanagy-Loux & Michelle Palazzo

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  Erin Kanagy-Loux considers herself determined and headstrong and anyone who knows her would say that description is greatly understated. Erin currently works as the Executive Pastry Chef of Reynard at The Wythe Hotel.  Her distinctive style draws from her unconventional family background (Japanese and Pennsylvania Dutch) as well as her vast and equally eclectic […]

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Tula X Patagonia: Holiday Pop-up Shop

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From December 2nd – 12th Patagonia SoHo is hosting Tula Plants & Design, BK ROT and Ground Support to create a unique oasis of education and mindful shopping. Browse curated plants and home decor, learn about compost and enjoy sustainably roasted coffee. We’ll also be hosting plant care and potting workshops on December 3rd and the […]

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Plant Walk No. 01

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The Plant Walk series is a compilation of film photography captured while walking through Brooklyn and beyond. It is meant to showcase how a city grows wild.   Plant Walk No. 01 was shot in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Below is a list of cross streets that correspond to the photograph’s location: 1. Manhattan and withers 2. Frost […]

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Monocarpic is not a new word

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The first time I learned of the agave’s orchestrated descent to death, I was disappointed. Who wants to grow something for years to only watch it die? Then I realized how poetic it all was. The agave, among other species like some terrestrial bromeliads of the genus Puya, and certain yuccas, are all monocarpic. Which […]

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Terra Cotta Gets Naked

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We never thought very much of planters – pots. We never thought very much about the labor and process in which they are made. Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore took the spotlight and romanticized it all for us eighties babies. The touch has to be just right. Starting with a thud. Roll. Thud. Roll. Kneed. Roll. Thud. No air […]

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A Conversation with Ganna Walska

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My mom met Madame Ganna Walska back in the 70’s while she was a photography student at Brooks, in Santa Barbara. She told me that she made everyone call her “Madame” and she would invite them for tea and stroll through her garden, which she named, Lotusland. Situated on 37 acres of land in Montecito, there […]

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The Plant Truck Build (Part II)

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When you build something that has never been built before, the most important part in the process is to find good fabricators. And when I say good fabricators, I mean people with open minds, who may think you’re crazy, but appreciate an original idea without overcharging for it. New York is full of fabricators, and I am happy to […]

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“Tulita” The Plant Truck (Part I)

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We have routines, morning routines. It’s rare that we change them, our bodies just become accustomed to repeating motions. One morning, however, I decide to change my routine, and I decide to walk – not run – in the opposite direction I normally go. It’s good to call out that we have kept the plant truck […]

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Keeping your succulents alive

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Succulents are harder to keep as indoor plants than many realize. The most common predicament is how to water a succulent, and which soil to plant them in. So let’s clear it up. Starting at the roots. If you remember only one thing from this post, remember this: Your goal when watering all plants is to let […]

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Hello, Tula

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Hello, we’re Tula. We are delighted to be here. We believe plants are living, breathing, ever-changing companions that thrive in an atmosphere that feels like home. With the goal of inspiring people to fall in love with plants, we equip you with the right plant, smart design, proper soil and an easy-to-follow care plan to keep your plant around for […]

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