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Spring Tulips

~ Cheers to Nature, sunshine, air, water and colorful blooms in the backyard. On the gloomy rainy morning, this post by Yard and Pond cheered my senses up and elevated my spirits. Sharing with my friends to pass on happiness and sunshine. Tulips are one of the first big blasts of colors in the early… Continue reading Spring Tulips

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Time For Spring And Nature Renewal

~ The first day of spring is here, and for many unhappy winter dwellers, it’s finally time to embrace the wakeup call of mother nature! Indeed, more and more individuals struggle with seasonal affective disorder during the winter months as a result of decreased exposure to direct sunlight. Consequently, now that the days are getting… Continue reading Time For Spring And Nature Renewal

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Plants Can Hear Animals Using Their Flowers

~ And they react to the buzzing of pollinators by sweetening their nectar. Friends, this incredible article, by Ed Yong left me in the state of awe and appreciation of the unseen. "The latest experiments in this niche but increasingly vocal field come from Lilach Hadany and Yossi Yovel at Tel Aviv University. In one set,… Continue reading Plants Can Hear Animals Using Their Flowers

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Ready For Spring 🌷🌿

~ 🌷Happy Friday to all Friends. 🌷 Wishing you a colorful weekend with upcoming warm Spring in mind. 🌕 Now that the full moon took away all the uncertainty and high emotions, it's time to regroup, visualize and manifest the future aligned with your goals and purpose ✨🌸☀️🌸✨ Soar high and dream big🌟 Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 All photographs… Continue reading Ready For Spring 🌷🌿

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Root Bound Porch Containers

~ Container Gardening adds so much color to your house appeal and your soul. Here is an example of an older creeping jenny plant that was purchased in the local nursery. The roots are all tight up and bundled together. Unfortunately, if the plant is not sold in time, the roots intertwine inside its original… Continue reading Root Bound Porch Containers

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Special Valentine’s Day Gift

~Ahhh, this is too special. This Plantsandbeyond girl got her own cup, created specifically for her, as a Valentine's Day surprise gift. Love surprises and especially meaningful ones. Hugs to all my friends, Have a very special day, my dear friends.🖼 Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 All photographs belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com ©PlantsandBeyond.com    

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Plant Dreams

Positive Gardening Vibe to all of my friends. Happy Friday. Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 The images listed here does not belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com ©PlantsandBeyond.com

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Florida Snow

~ Downey Jasmine is the closest we get to white snow in Florida State. There are about 200 species of jasmines which are all native to the Old World. Downy Jasmine, which is native to India, is a type of evergreen, branching vine that can be shaped as a shrub. It is a popular landscape… Continue reading Florida Snow

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Creating A Lush Garden For Life

~ Having a lush garden could be fun and deeply satisfying for the soul.  While your garden will certainly change depending on the season, what you are growing, and how much time you are investing in its maintenance will influence the daily interaction flow between you and your plants. Plants will thank you with their blooms… Continue reading Creating A Lush Garden For Life

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Spring Is The Season For Flowers

~ With spring a few months away, it’s time to start thinking about planting. Yes, it might still be a little early, especially if you still experience frost on the ground where you live, but that does not mean that you can not have a little fun thinking about all the beautiful flowers you could… Continue reading Spring Is The Season For Flowers

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Edible Viola Flowers

~ Similar to its sister the pansy, viola stands up to cold weather as well as to heat.  Pansy is a biennial grown a brightly colored edible flower. There are numerous varieties and perform best during the cool days of spring and fall, and will grow and flower all winter in USDA hardiness zones 8… Continue reading Edible Viola Flowers

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Beautify Your Yard In The Winter

~ Seasons change in most areas of the world and some homes have their plants hybernating throughout the Winter months. Whether you have small or large properties or living space, the gardening space tends to be limited in many cases. You might adore your house, but find the lack of outside space a little challenging,… Continue reading Beautify Your Yard In The Winter

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What Was Your First Plant Ever?

~ Forever grateful to the very first house African Violet potted plant on my bedroom's windowsill. The simple addition of green, velvety leaves and purple flowers soared my heart and spirits as a child. That live addition of another living being in my bedroom prompted further planting and care for plants. It must have been… Continue reading What Was Your First Plant Ever?

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Happy Weekend Wishes

~ Sharing a bit of Florida Sunshine with all of you, guys.  Have an absolutely wonderfully bright and colorful day and weekend, my dear friends. Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 The image listed here belongs to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com ©PlantsandBeyond.com 🌱

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Fresh Start With Flower Containers

~ My front door Coleus beauty happily greets all of you on the very first day of 2019. Love, hugs, peace, and a sense of awe - that is what my plant baby sends to the world to all of you, my friends. Here is a little prep that went on a month ago and… Continue reading Fresh Start With Flower Containers