Plantemporal is a tri-temporal exploration of the natural landscapes of Kefalonia; a survey of the past, present, and suggested future flora of the island. The past is represented by a series of suggested fossils, serving as an archive of the ancient landscape. The grape, olive, and fig are plants referenced in Theophrastus’s Historia de Plantis, one of the first written botanical texts. The present is inspired by the abundance of indigenous species in perpetual bloom across the island, conveying the prosperous growth conditions for these plants. The future is suggested by a soundscape that is comprised of the sounds of plants not native to Kefalonia, and questions the presence and potential threat of these alien species. Photographs taken of specimen of these species were translated to audio wave to construct a sonic proposition of an island dominated by invasive species. The spectogram reveals the spectrum of frequencies in this soundscape.