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What Does Your Garden Say About You?

What does your garden say about you? Believe it or not, if you own a green space, it will always influence your wellbeing, inner thoughts, connection with earth and even your property value. Uneven spacing, messy items around the green area and its location all influence backyard's aesthetics and functionality. Here some interesting factors that will… Continue reading What Does Your Garden Say About You?

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Go to Gotu-Kola

Also commonly referred to as Centella, Asiatic pennywort or Indian pennywort, Gotu Kola is a versatile herb that goes by many names. Plus it boasts just as many health benefits. As My Online Herbal course progresses, the abundance of Plant knowledge is readily available, literally at our feet. Pennywort, Dollar Weed or commonly known as Gotu… Continue reading Go to Gotu-Kola

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How to Start and Grow your own Sprouts

Home Grown Sprouts 101: It all started with a local purchase of Pea shoot Greens, as a snack. Dawned on me that its best and easy to grow your own, either in your own kitchen or backyard, all year round. Here are easy steps to grow your own organic sprouts: Purchase Organic Sprouts - I like… Continue reading How to Start and Grow your own Sprouts

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Don’t worry, Beach happy.

“You are not a drop in the ocean. You are the entire ocean in a drop.” – Rumi   I don’t associate myself With just one vibrant entity I am the light, the sun, the shell, And even swimming manatee.   The list goes on: include the ants, Beach flowers, salty air, The screaming seagulls,… Continue reading Don’t worry, Beach happy.

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Hail to Aloe Vera.

Ancient, but Well-known Medicinal Plant that belongs in everyone’s kitchen today. Native to Africa, Aloe Vera is a hardy succulent that's easy to grow inside or outside of your own home. It thrives in poor soil and requires very little water. Spiny-edged light green Aloe plants can grow to two feet and eventually produce snowy,… Continue reading Hail to Aloe Vera.