Edible Gardens · plants

These Common Pests Will Ruin Your Garden

Maintaining a productive garden is challenging, especially when pests come around. They affect your harvest, hard work and efforts. If you don't catch them in time, the damage could be too disappointing.  Here are a few of the most common ones to be wary of in your backyard: Slugs/Snails Slugs and snails are both unwanted pests… Continue reading These Common Pests Will Ruin Your Garden

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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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MGM – Monday Garden Minute- Please Water Your Plants

This idea came to me in a dream - Monday feature- a one-minute segment about what is cooking in the garden 🙂 🌱 Please water your plants, especially during hot Summer months. This is the Vinca hanging flower basket under my window. Frozen decorative bushes had to be removed and I put this colorful refreshing basket just… Continue reading MGM – Monday Garden Minute- Please Water Your Plants

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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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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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Easy Garden Improvements

Are you looking for new and creative ways to spruce up your garden? Why put things off to later when you can make changes right now? How about the following improvement ideas for the garden to make it much more functional, appealing and enjoyable.  Repair Your Existing Fence If you have exterior fencing in your garden, you will… Continue reading Easy Garden Improvements

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Outdoor Patio Ideas

There’s nothing quite like relaxing, finding balance, and distressing in the garden, and a well constructed, maintained and decorated patio area will naturally take that joy to the next level.    A vibrant patio area is just one of several standout features that the ultimate backyard should boast. Nonetheless, it is the one that will… Continue reading Outdoor Patio Ideas

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3 Easy Tips to Boost Your Curb Appeal

Overanalyzing the interiors of our homes over and over again, looking for elegant and comfortable solutions, sometimes leaves us no energy to spruce up the outdoors, entranceway, backyard, lanais, and the gateway. Here are 3 easy tips to add exciting eye-catching features to your household.   Beacons of light Have you ever come home late from… Continue reading 3 Easy Tips to Boost Your Curb Appeal

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How To Get Your Garden Party Ready This Summer

Now that we’re almost into the Summer months, you’re probably thinking about how you can really get the most out of the warm season. You are not alone. After a long Winter spent mostly indoors, it is certainly exciting to get out and spend time outdoors. While enjoying social outings, sometimes, it’s just nice to… Continue reading How To Get Your Garden Party Ready This Summer

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Lawn And Order: 3 Reasons Why Your Lawn Doesn’t Look As Good As It Should

What’s the secret to a perfect garden? The answers conjuring in our minds are likely as diverse and imaginative as the gardeners and their gardens themselves. The garden's beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. Is it the majestic trees which provide welcome shade and a haven for local birdlife? Is it the plants… Continue reading Lawn And Order: 3 Reasons Why Your Lawn Doesn’t Look As Good As It Should

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🌳Bottle Brush Tree

What a delight to grow around the house. Green leaves with Red Bottle like flowers that attract the multitude of pollinators. You never feel alone, listening to the busy life of bees, observing birds, butterflies, hummingbirds and flying critters that are sapping on red flower juice.  There are an upright species and one that has… Continue reading 🌳Bottle Brush Tree

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🌿🌷C’mon Spring 🌷🌿

🌷Happy Friday 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🌟 Love, Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com

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Fibonacci Sequence in Nature and Plants.

The Fibonacci sequence appears in the smallest, to the largest objects in nature. It is a way for information to flow in a very efficient manner. The actual Fibonacci sequence is this series of numbers: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34. Simply put, the next number in the sequence is formed by… Continue reading Fibonacci Sequence in Nature and Plants.