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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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Mother’s Day Invitation

~ Invitation to converse with Mother Earth on Mother's Day. No wonder we call Nature or Earth the “mother” when we consider how much she cares for us and nurtures us, and makes our very lives possible. Like our own mothers, Nature wishes we will do the right thing like she showed us. Today, why not have… Continue reading Mother’s Day Invitation

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Lawn Care 101: Everything You Need To Know

~ The luscious green lawn is a welcome addition to any home. It really adds on to the exterior, house value and brings your entire garden into a new light. In fact, one of the keys to creating a magnificent garden is ensuring you get your lawn is in check first, then building and adding other… Continue reading Lawn Care 101: Everything You Need To Know

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Garden Trees: Commonly Asked Questions – Answered!

~ Trees are the lungs of the Earth. They absorb huge amounts of carbon dioxide that circulates and purifies the atmosphere.   There are countless reasons to ensure that your garden design includes trees. Some are ranging from the fact that our tall tree friends offer excellent protection from sun rays, host shelter for wildlife, provide oxygen… Continue reading Garden Trees: Commonly Asked Questions – Answered!

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Juicing and Wellness

~ Juicing is a lifestyle choice. If you wish to feel alive, exuberant and face the day in your optimal condition, try hydrating your body cells, as your first step to wellness. The first juicer I experienced was 25 years ago in my parent's kitchen. Observing my Dad pressing juices was weird. I had no… Continue reading Juicing and Wellness

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How To Prepare A Garden Soil Bed

  ~ Get to work, guys. Your garden is waiting. Here is your ample opportunity to get out outside, roll up your sleeves and start working. And what is work, really if that is your passion anyway? Most likely last season's growth needs cutting away, the lawn asks for fertilizer, and the planter boxes you have… Continue reading How To Prepare A Garden Soil Bed

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Aloe Vera Plant Benefits🌿

~ Ancient, but Well-known Medicinal Plant that belongs in everyone’s kitchen today. 🌷Reposting one of my very first posts. This miracle plant has been a staple of my morning routine and this article serves as a gentle reminder to continue on the healing plant-based life path. Native to Africa, Aloe Vera is a hardy succulent… Continue reading Aloe Vera Plant Benefits🌿

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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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The Little Touches Your Garden Is Missing

If you forget to focus on your garden this year, then you really will have your hands full once it gets unmanageable. You have this spacious back yard or wonderful front lawn in front of your home that could be used for inspiring new blooming natural landscape, but somehow instead of new growth, you find overgrown brambles… Continue reading The Little Touches Your Garden Is Missing

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Geiko

~Geiko created entirely by echeveria succulent flowers at Minter Gardens, Vancouver. Inspiring and uplifting creation of nature and human's imagination. Here are the real, moving Florida lizards that greet us daily outside. Make it a very green and creative day, dear Friends. Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 The first image listed here does not belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com, but the… Continue reading Geiko

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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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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