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
I want this flower dress so badly. Who is brave enough to wear it for the next party? Friday Fun Day, indeed. Make it a very beautiful and fun Friday day Until next time, dear friends. Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 Photographs listed here do not belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com ©PlantsandBeyond.com
This idea came to me in a dream – MGM- Monday feature – a one minute segment about what is cooking in the garden 🙂 🌱 Take 30 seconds to observe these rarely seen wild turkeys in Florida. I think the parents are teaching their baby how to feed. 🦃 MGM – did it take less than 60… Continue reading Wild Turkeys
Alas, the one true haven for the homeowner who wishes to relax, balance and ground all energies is in the garden. The modern home is full of technologies that beep, buzz and have bright displays. They can be a hindrance to your relaxation and mood sometimes. The living and family room used to be… Continue reading Lounging Outside
Having your very own swimming pool is not exactly cheap to install or to maintain. Even affordable swimming pool does not mean a quick financial investment or an easy house structure to take care of. Many of our friends built their own pool with an unforeseen multitude of problems, such as leaks, wall slides,… Continue reading A Swimming Pool In Your Garden?
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 💗
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This article spoke to me. Found it pretty intriguing and inspiring. A Few Principles for Plant Spirit Communication, how to approach and honor Plants: Before we get into the communication itself, let’s talk about a few principles that are helpful to understand. I remember taking a drive with some friends and friends-of-friends some years ago.… Continue reading Plant Spirit Communication, Communication in Many Forms — The Druid’s Garden
Harvesting fruits and vegetables in your garden can always be a fun job to do. This is my favorite part of the gardening, needless to say, a very rewarding one. When you plan and get a garden of your own, the idea of planting fruit bushes and trees is very exciting. Researching different fruit tree… Continue reading Harvesting Fruits From Your Garden
Hilton Carter has nearly 300 plants in his Baltimore apartment and studio. He calls them his “green friends,” adding, “I’m not the crazy plant person. Am I?” Video/Photo: Natalia V. Osipova/The Wall Street Journal https://www.wsj.com/video/too-many-houseplants-no-way/76B776A1-768E-46FD-98F5-CA6AB2A6F0D0.html https://finance.yahoo.com/video/too-many-houseplants-no-way-140140977.html This is a new type of plant parenting that I absolutely love. This man is babying his plants… Continue reading This Plant Parent Is My Kind Of Guy
Most gardeners feel deeply saddened when plants wilt, decline or worse yet, die. While Summer temperatures rise, the plants and flowers may suffer from lack of water, leaf sunburns and an excess amount of heat. If your plants look like they’re on their last legs, please remember that appearances can be deceiving. As it happens,… Continue reading Reviving Damaged Plants
We all want our lawn to be as green as possible, right? A green lawn or garden is a healthy place that harbors a lot of thriving plants and flowers within it. Green lawns could also be a healthy ecosystem for local wildlife. But have you ever thought about trying to make it green more… Continue reading Could Your Garden Be Even Greener?
MGM – Monday Garden Minute.🐞 This idea came to me in a dream - Monday feature- a one-minute segment about what is happening in the garden 🙂 🌱 Backyard, front porch, lanai, outside world, anything that is pertinent to plant growth is featured as a short segment on Mondays.🦎 MGM – did it take less than 60… Continue reading Morning Backyard Finds
With the rainy season in full swing, here in Florida, all the storms, water, lightning, thunder and humid effect the yard's vegetation in many ways. It's wise to plan for Fall yard needs and is best to start sooner than later. During the warm days, your mind drifts outside and you rather enjoy your yard,… Continue reading Getting Your Yard Ready For Fall
When we were looking for the house for our relocation, somehow specific house properties and their landscapes stood out to me more than others. Even now, one of my favorite house gardens is saved on my desktop and I peak at it from time to time. Gravitating towards Mediterranean gardening beats all other contenders in… Continue reading Mediterranean Cultural Garden Flair
The garden is an extension of my home, but moreover its an extension of my soul. This Sunday mission was as simple, as it gets: pull Summer weeds. If you could only see the rude invasion of the unwanted seedlings. I called my son to help me with this task. Let's say it took an offer… Continue reading 3 Cool Trinkets To Add To Your Garden