Killer plants information plants facts, Killer plants Facts for Kids

Killer plants information plants facts, Killer plants Facts for Kids

Killer plants information plants facts, Killer plants Facts for Kids Not satisfied with making food through photosynthesis, these five carnivorous plants capture, kill and eat living prey Drosera There are over 100 species of drosera, which are commonly known as ‘sundews’ as they appear to be constantly covered in dew. These tiny droplets are actually […]

history of aromatherapy

Aromatherapy Over the Years history of aromatherapy

history of aromatherapy since the beginning of recorded history, aromatic plants have been used to scent, beautify, and heal the body. In ancient times, wealthy Egyptians luxuriated in the pleasures of bathing in scented waters, indulging in a delightful fragrant massage, and perfuming their bodies with enchanting oils and ointments. The priests were the first […]

how to attract birds to your home garden

How to Attract Birds Into My Home Garden | garden birds

how to attract birds to your home garden You can start birdwatching just by looking out of the window. Many birds visit gardens, and you can affect their number and variety in several ways   Plant native You can put out food for the birds, but it’s even better to do so indirectly by planting bird-friendly shrubs […]

avocados

five Surprising facts you didn’t know about avocados

Five facts you didn’t know about this popular fruit Are we living in the Age of the Avocado? These days is looks as though every trendy eatery has avocado toast on the menu, guacamole is more popular than ever, avocado smoothies are all the rage, and an avocado rose is a real thing. Avocado is being used as a butter […]

Jerusalem Artichokes

How To Plant Jerusalem Artichokes Anywhere | Seasonal Recipe

How To Plant Jerusalem Artichokes Anywhere If you haven’t eaten Jerusalem artichokes before, try them before you plant because some people have trouble digesting them. However, if you’re a fan, they are one of the easiest crops to grow Plant the tubers when the ground is workable in February or March, spacing them 10cm (4in) […]

Create an apple stepover for Your Garden

Create an apple stepover for Your Garden | nature magazine

Create an apple stepover Trained low growing apples bring fruit into the tiniest of spaces TRAINING APPLES :  as stepover trees provides a space-saving way of growing fruit in the smallest of gardens. Both attractive and productive, they make the perfect boundary for a veg patch. What is it? A stepover is an apple grown as a low […]

Choose The Best Compost For Garden

Choose The Best Compost For Garden Healthy Plants | nature magazine

choose the best compost for garden healthy plants CHOOSE THE BEST COMPOST, There’s a bewildering array of seed sowing, potting and other composts available. Geoff Hodge explains the differences between them Bagged compost might look and feel pretty similar to the material we make in our compost heaps – so why pay for it, when you can […]

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