Floral celebration of International Women and Mother’s Days
International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day are not only a celebration, but also appreciation of their various roles in society and contributions to development.
Gardening trends: Planting to solve problems
Gardening may be a time-tested; classic hobby that has been popular for generations, but that doesn’t mean it stays the same from year to year. With new plant cultivars greater awareness of environmentally –friendly practices, innovations in tools, and technology.....
Flowers for valentines & birthdays
The first flowers appeared on our planet over 130 million years ago creating beauty, color and wonderful secrets. Flowers have been given as gifts since time immemorial it is believed that birthday’s celebrations originated in the Roman Empire and the origins of birth month flowers could be said to date back to these times. Each…
Wooden debris in the garden
Old growth forest is characterized by diversity including openings created by fallen trees. Thus diversity is critical for wildlife. Whether in the forest or in the garden old trees, branches and twigs will fall to the ground.
Fallen leaves - Part 2
Fallen leaves rustle underfoot. They smell good. The wind sometimes whip them up into a frenzy of dancing shapes. While a few leaves wont cause any problems, slippery wet leaves can be a musance, and can be hazardous blocking drains and gutters causing real headache to some home-owners. But did you know you could actually…
Baskets and Tubes
Tired of typical planters, and ready for change? Think outside the pot. Here I have some ideas like using wicker baskets and car tyres as planters.
Floral decorations for Christmas season
Sometimes one can literally have one’s cake and eat it. What have you to say about living in a tropical paradise where it doesn’t ever get freezing cold...
Bromeliads in the home
Even discounting their showy flower displays, bromeliads are beautiful foliage plants, with strappy leaves in red, green, purple, orange, yellow, banded, stripes, spots or other combinations.
Growing plants in the bathroom has surprisingly many advantages. Not only do they help purify the air, they have the ability to eliminate bacteria and absorb excess moisture.