~ Nature's beauty on display. Sharing these beautiful and unusual flowers to brighten everyone's day, thanks to Modacil blog. See the rest of them here: via Unusual Flowers — Moda-Creative thinking Hope you have a very bright day, dear friends. Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 All photographs here do not belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com, but to Modacil. ©PlantsandBeyond.com
~ Colors are the smiles of nature. ~Leigh Hunt. Still going strong, this porch planter, full of happy plants and colors. 🌱🌸🌿🌸🌱 Happy Weekend to all!🌿🌷☀️ Have a wonderful, colorful and full of surprises weekend, my dear friends.✨ Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com🌿 The image here belongs to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com ©PlantsandBeyond.com 🌱
Everything and everyone is connected in the ecosystem and the universe. Loved this picture by Sustainable Gardening for Florida. Something to consider. Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿 The image listed here does not belong to Luda @PlantsandBeyond.com, but to Sustainable Gardening for Florida. ©PlantsandBeyond.com
This Florida backyard made me hold my breath and soak in the colors, morning sunshine, and beauty of flowers. Koodos to its green thumb parent and this trellis builder. Too bad its not for sale 🙂 Have a wonderful and colorful weekend, my dear friends. Luda@PlantsandBeyond.com🌿 The images here belong to Chad McCollough, a fellow… Continue reading Happy Weekend To All
~Tarantula Cacti. Isn't this darling, fuzzy plant fun? Tarantula cactus is a perfect plant for a beginning gardener, with ease of care and an undemanding nature. In spring, the plant will yield salmon colored flowers with rayed petals. This variety of cactus makes an eye-catching display in a hanging planter. Along with the spiny hairs,… Continue reading Happy Weekend to All
We all know that plants and flowers add life, freshness, texture, holistic ambiance and are the best way to brighten your outdoors. Nothing beats a splash of bright pink, purples, yellows, reds and blues throughout your flower containers. Sadly, in an age where more of us are opting to rent instead of buy, outside spaces are… Continue reading Growing Apartment Plants
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
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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