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3 Ways To Improve Your Garden: Water, Natural Herbicides, and Compost

~ When we make a decision to grow our own fruit and vegetables, we still have a responsibility to the environment and the ecosystem that surrounds our property.  One of the many reasons people chose to grow their own food is to attempt to lessen their carbon footprints on this planet. It is no secret… Continue reading 3 Ways To Improve Your Garden: Water, Natural Herbicides, and Compost

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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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CREATIVE EDIBLE FASHION

Human's imagination has no bounds. These sensual dresses on paper are good enough to eat and appear as the feast for the eyes. What a creative way to use edible plants as art and fashion.  Thank you, Modacil for this inspiring plants vs fashion post. See the rest of them here: via CREATIVE FASHION —… Continue reading CREATIVE EDIBLE FASHION

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Edible Cranberry Hibiscus Shrub

It is so very nice to have kind and caring friends. It is a rarity nowadays to come across a genuine person. Although, a rarity of homegrown food should be a thing of the past and a way of wholesome life.  Yesterday, super fun, honest and sweet friend brought her own homegrown cranberry hibiscus for… Continue reading Edible Cranberry Hibiscus Shrub

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CREATIVE VEGETABLE DRESSES🍏🍉🌽

Happy Weekend to everyone. Never have I seen Plants Edible Attire like this. So much fun, not just nourishing the body, but to wear it as art. See the full post at Moda-Creative Thinking. This is a feast for the eyes.

Hope your weekend will turn out fun and memorable, dear friends 💗

Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com🌿

All photographs listed here do not belong @PlantsandBeyond.com

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This Flower Stinks

The Skunk Vine in the backyard landscape turned out to be an invasive noxious weed. It stinks to high heavens. This weed's protective mechanism makes you feel sickened after smelling it. As I was walking by the trees and plants in the backyard, trying to ground and de-stress, I noticed these tiny flowers clusters hanging… Continue reading This Flower Stinks

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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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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!🌱