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Fiesta Hibiscus 🌺

Finally, this tropical Fiesta Hibiscus beauty is enhancing our front yard. A sensational tropical shrub with large, exotic, color-changing blooms. The showy flowers have bright orange petals with crinkled edges and quickly change after opening, developing softer golden margins, and a white center with a blush-red eye. Well-suited to use as a hedge, screen, or… Continue reading Fiesta Hibiscus 🌺

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Gardening. Slowly getting there.

This is the best holiday present of all – So Very Happy to add a positive spin to the gardening vibes halfway around the world. I love Vero and Canito in the kitchen blog. Look at what Vero grew and this herb and tomato garden just made my day!

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Have I told you that I have started with gardening when we moved to the house with the garden? My big thanks are going to Luda from Plants and Beyond who has brought me so much inspiration and still does!!! Thank you, Luda! ❤

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Have a very green Holiday!

Until next time, dear friends.

Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿

Photographs listed here belong to Vero and Canito in the Kitchen Blog

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With colours and Canito in the kitchen

Have I told you that I have started with gardening when we moved to house with garden? My big thanks are going to Luda from Plants and Beyond who has brought me so much inspiration and still does!!! Thank you, Luda! ❤

Our garden is not that big and I do not have anything fancy there, but it is nice and green 🙂 And as we have little one I thought it might be fun to plant something! First idea – tomatoes! My little monkey is tomato lover. But in a way, you would not believe it. He gives you everything just to have tomatoes. I guess I am very lucky mum as he loves vegetables in general. Biscuits or something sweet he barely eats and when he does and then sees tomato… ❤ Simply love!!! But to be honest, me and my husband, we are huge tomato lovers too…

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A Few Ways to Keep Your Garden Healthy

Have you ever wondered around your yard and noticed the foliage and tree branches don't look quite right? Expecting it to look luscious and green, but instead, your plants are showing the signs of damage or disease. It's very distressing to find your plantings attacked by bugs or the weather conditions. Here are some ways… Continue reading A Few Ways to Keep Your Garden Healthy

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4 Ways To Avoid Party Disasters

So you’re planning your big family and friends garden party this year and would like everything to go according to plan. Right? Well, think again. If you don't check on certain house utilities, the party can go south. Yes, I am speaking from my own experience, sadly, full of such emergent memories. Here is how… Continue reading 4 Ways To Avoid Party Disasters

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Get Outside and Have Fun

Don’t waste your time waiting. Summer is here and before it's gone, get out of your walls right now, catch shiny sunny rays, breath fresh air, catch the chirping bird songs, get grounded and make the most of the warmest season. Plant Something Adding some color to your garden is another great way to make… Continue reading Get Outside and Have Fun

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Organic Kale Smoothie🌿

HAPPY NATIONAL SMOOTHIE DAY AND FIRST DAY OF SUMMER!
Reblogging Organic Kale Smoothy post and changing the PlantsandBeyond Blog wallpaper to the healthy smoothie cover created by talented, kind, loving and most creative Lisa at https://lismorepaper.com/

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October 2017 curly Kale. Notice how truly Organic it is. Not so large is it?!

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Even in stores, their certified organic Greens are much larger than backyard organically grown. Something to keep in mind.

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Here is my usual Organic Morning Smoothy recipe:🥑🍌🍏🥒🍍🍌🌿

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  1. Bunch of Kale
  2. Green Apple, peeled
  3. Aloe leaf
  4. Moringa powder (1 tbsp)
  5. Half of Avocado
  6. Star Fruit
  7. Mango
  8. Banana
  9. Baby Cucumber
  10. An inch of raw Turmeric root
  11. Almond Butter (1 tbs optional)
  12. Pineapple or Coconut water to taste

Mix all ingredients in your Mixer and nourish your body 🙂

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Until next time,

Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌱

All photographs belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com

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3 Ways to Spice Up Your Garden

If you are always on the lookout for new and exciting ways to bring more life into your garden, then the good news is that there are plenty such ways to do so. As it happens, there are always ways you can do to make sure that your garden has a little more intrigue and… Continue reading 3 Ways to Spice Up Your Garden

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MGM – Monday Garden Minute – Liquid Gold

This idea came to me in a dream - Monday feature- a one-minute segment about what is cooking in the garden 🙂 🌱 Corn Leftover Liquid Gold.   Cooked local farmer's corn in boiled water for 20 minutes. I love this yummy snack. No matter how many corncobs I eat, its never enough.   Apologies for the… Continue reading MGM – Monday Garden Minute – Liquid Gold

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Nature does not hurry, yet everyting is accomplished 🌱🌟🌱

~Lao Tzu In Lieu of upcoming Father's day~ "Just look at this Earthly creation". My father's words are ringing in my head: "Who designed this beauty? Who is the creator? How did it appear on this planet all on its own?" Did you know that this Sunflower is the Ukrainian national flower? We ate it… Continue reading Nature does not hurry, yet everyting is accomplished 🌱🌟🌱

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French Botanical Paper Gotu-Kola

I feel so very humbled and honored to make a tiny difference in someone’s life and to be mentioned in another blog. This is so exciting and makes me want to go on, do imaginary kart wheels from all the joy, share and connect with the world. Thank you, dearest, Lisa for enriching my life… Continue reading French Botanical Paper Gotu-Kola

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Plant-Based Living and Gardening

Plant-Based lifestyle is full of color, fresh choices, juicy goodness, creativity and vital nutrients that will make you thrive. Growing my own organic edibles, flowers, plants, vegetables, and herbs in the backyard garden has always been a passion of mine. However, it could be difficult or downright impossible to maintain gardening activities during the Summer… Continue reading Plant-Based Living and Gardening

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Oh, Boy-Bok Choy!🌱

Fresh, organic, backyard grown Bok Choy is nutritious, cancer preventative cruciferous leafy green. It's so easy to grow. I dare you!🥗 Botanical name: Brassica campestris Cultivated in China for centuries, bok choy has played a large part not only in its cuisine but in traditional Chinese medicine. Today, it’s a staple in both Asian and American recipes.… Continue reading Oh, Boy-Bok Choy!🌱

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3 Must-Have Luxury Outdoor Features

Everyone loves a little bit of luxury, right? If you were granted a wish to add any additional feature to your yard, what would it be? Here is my list of a couple of extra features that I wouldn't mind having outside. Water One of the best things you can do to enjoy your outdoor… Continue reading 3 Must-Have Luxury Outdoor Features

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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