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Seed germination to growth time lapses by Neil Bromhall

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To see the unseen through technology is one of our favorite things, so we love watching Neil Bromhall‘s beautifully scored plant growth time lapse videos. Above, a compilation of germination to growth footage. Seeds include pea, broad bean, runner bean, courgette and wheat. Below, Runner Bean hypogeal (below ground) germination time lapse filmed over 24 days:

Watch more of Bromhall’s videos in the archives: From seed to sapling: Time lapse of an oak tree and Fly Agaric (Amanita muscaria): A time lapse of growth.

Plus: A forest year and Wild Plants of Japan.

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