Bringing together leading activists, designers, engineers, architects and botanists worldwide in a philanthropic documentary in support of botanical gardens by demonstrating the vast library of insights that they house.
Through millions of years of evolution, the structures and processes of organisms have resolved many of the engineering and environmental challenges facing the modern world–we just need to look, observe, and learn.
— Patrick Lewis, Director of UBC Botanical Garden
Roots of the Project
A botanical garden isn’t just a garden filled with plants – it is a garden of ideas. Whether a developer, designer, innovator, or just plain interested, botanical gardens can offer secrets that are beyond their edible, aromatic, and medicinal properties.
In this exploration of nature, we explore how botanical gardens and the “secrets” they house can inspire lasting impact on people, society and the environment. With this knowledge, it is our hope to generate awareness for and curb future decisions that may harmfully impact our planet and our well-being.