This month's theme for Urban Jungle Bloggers is "Plants and Glass" and it has been a great way to try new things. I'm always playing with my plants. I like to try new things, and to push my green abilities always a little bit more. Let me be clear: not that my experiments always go well, but I always try to not waste any huge plant or anything like that. And I don't know why, but I find myself always using glass for this kind of experiments. For example, I found this this two ivy leaves during my walk on Easter and I wanted to try to grow them, so I picked up one of my million little glass jars and I'm trying. You can't see it, but a little root is growing. I'm sure there is a better way to grow ivy, but for now this is ok. But the experiment I'm most happy about is this one: I literally picked up a couple of things I had in my house: a big glass jar (I previously tried something else, but it was a failure), some soil and some seeds I have (I've already planted most of these seeds on my balcony in a couple of vases). I put it in my studio where I have a little green house, where I keep my ivy experiment and a couple of cactus and look at it. One of the things that I love the most is to wake up in the morning, go to my studio to do some yoga and look if the little plants are growing. The beautiful thing with glass is that I can also see how they are growing in the soil. Oh, it's so beautiful. To see even more pictures, you can go to check out my Portfolio.