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Flower power

Landscape architect Jun-ichi Inada thinks of plants as members of a space that can interpret the weather. By Tay Suan Chiang

HOW would you describe a plant? That depends on who you ask. A man on the street might point out its pretty, colourful flowers that give off a fragrant scent. A botanist would spell out the scientific name of the plant and its properties. Japanese landscape architect Jun-ichi Inada thinks of

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