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Seeking a Future New York in Weeds
by Timon McPhearson and David Seiter
• May 18 2016
Landscape architect David Seiter explains to ecologist Timon McPhearson why he loves weeds — and why you should too.
Profiles of Spontaneous Urban Plants
by David Seiter
Landscape designer David Seiter champions the ecological and aesthetic benefits of informal plants - weeds - in urban space, and catalogues the uses and cultural significance of New York's native flora....