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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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Morning Backyard Finds

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

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Mediterranean Cultural Garden Flair

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

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Gardening. Slowly getting there.

This is the best holiday present of all – So Very Happy to add a positive spin to the gardening vibes halfway around the world. I love Vero and Canito in the kitchen blog. Look at what Vero grew and this herb and tomato garden just made my day!

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Have I told you that I have started with gardening when we moved to the house with the garden? My big thanks are going to Luda from Plants and Beyond who has brought me so much inspiration and still does!!! Thank you, Luda! ❤

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Have a very green Holiday!

Until next time, dear friends.

Luda@PlantsandBeyond🌿

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With colours and Canito in the kitchen

Have I told you that I have started with gardening when we moved to house with garden? My big thanks are going to Luda from Plants and Beyond who has brought me so much inspiration and still does!!! Thank you, Luda! ❤

Our garden is not that big and I do not have anything fancy there, but it is nice and green 🙂 And as we have little one I thought it might be fun to plant something! First idea – tomatoes! My little monkey is tomato lover. But in a way, you would not believe it. He gives you everything just to have tomatoes. I guess I am very lucky mum as he loves vegetables in general. Biscuits or something sweet he barely eats and when he does and then sees tomato… ❤ Simply love!!! But to be honest, me and my husband, we are huge tomato lovers too…

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4 Fun Additions to Your Garden

No need to overwhelm yourself with huge backyard projects. Garden and outdoor space can be a serene place where you find balance and a piece of mind while enjoying your hobbies and surroundings. 1. Set Up a Mini Patch Setting up a mini green space is important for your wellbeing. Whether the plants reside inside… Continue reading 4 Fun Additions to Your Garden

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French Botanical Paper Gotu-Kola

I feel so very humbled and honored to make a tiny difference in someone’s life and to be mentioned in another blog. This is so exciting and makes me want to go on, do imaginary kart wheels from all the joy, share and connect with the world. Thank you, dearest, Lisa for enriching my life… Continue reading French Botanical Paper Gotu-Kola

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Plant-Based Living and Gardening

Plant-Based lifestyle is full of color, fresh choices, juicy goodness, creativity and vital nutrients that will make you thrive. Growing my own organic edibles, flowers, plants, vegetables, and herbs in the backyard garden has always been a passion of mine. However, it could be difficult or downright impossible to maintain gardening activities during the Summer… Continue reading Plant-Based Living and Gardening

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Go to Gotu-Kola

Also commonly referred to as Centella, Asiatic pennywort or Indian pennywort, Gotu Kola is a versatile herb that goes by many names. Plus it boasts just as many health benefits. As My Online Herbal course progresses, the abundance of Plant knowledge is readily available, literally at our feet. Pennywort, Dollar Weed or commonly known as Gotu… Continue reading Go to Gotu-Kola

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🌿Hail to Aloe Vera.🌿

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 that's… Continue reading 🌿Hail to Aloe Vera.🌿

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Happy Birthday Surprise

Edible Planter is most creative, edible and living Birthday Present. This husband is a lucky man to get this thoughtful surprise present from his loving wife. A birthday....Of her husband....and her creative surprise idea impressed me to the core. Working with plants is an utmost thrilling time of my day, but an idea of helping out the… Continue reading Happy Birthday Surprise

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Antique Donkey Carriage Planter

Plant it. Grow it. Eat it. My loving father brought this planter to me years ago. He particularly was attracted to the sweet donkey, saying that the planter is antique. Ceramics occupied my outside space for years, until this week. New planting season inspired organic sage to be placed inside the cute planter and I absolutely love… Continue reading Antique Donkey Carriage Planter

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Kitchen Herbs in House Planters

  So excited and had to share my little Herbs Planter box before and after photographs. The container was quite empty prior to my planting and now oozing with color and delicious odor. The fresh smell is unbelievable and makes me want to sit down in that chair to enjoy the nature. I added color to… Continue reading Kitchen Herbs in House Planters

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Care to Moringa?

The miracle power house tree that is quite understated, deserves worldwide recognition and should be a staple supplement in your daily diet. Too good to be true? Let’s find out. Moringa Oleifera tree was domesticated 2000 years ago in India, Himalayan region, Asia, and sub-tropics. It has been used as an herbal remedy for centuries… Continue reading Care to Moringa?

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Hail to Aloe Vera.

Ancient, but Well-known Medicinal Plant that belongs in everyone’s kitchen today. Native to Africa, Aloe Vera is a hardy succulent that's easy to grow inside or outside of your own home. It thrives in poor soil and requires very little water. Spiny-edged light green Aloe plants can grow to two feet and eventually produce snowy,… Continue reading Hail to Aloe Vera.