When plants are becoming too big for their pots, they begin to show a number of symptoms. Identify those signs and learn with this easy 10 steps guide when and how to repot your plants on time.
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A place with natural, environmental, healthy and ecological resources
Eating seasonally is the best, but it can be a little tricky to keep track of what’s available when. While one could always just take a stroll through the market to find out what’s at its prime, that can make meal planning a bit tricky. Instead, check out this guide PopSugar has put together (which you can also download/print), and you’ll know what to expect at your market, what to look forward to in months to come, and what to get your fill of before it’s gone.
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Fight dysmenorrhea with a little stretching. Inhale, exhale, and try some office friendly yoga poses that will help you fight the monthly menstrual discomfort.
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July is often one of the hottest months of the year and a great time to sit out and enjoy your garden. Keep plants looking good, get ready and start growing some flowers to bloom in winter or some veggies you can taste by late summer and autumn. Make sure you keep new plants well watered!
Check out this easy guide to know which flowers you cant start sowing and what plants are best to grow from seed or to plant. Enjoy your summer!
The benefits of upcycling for green living and some DIY home projects that you can use in your home and can make your home look beautiful with products from trash to treasure is what this infographic by Noah Supply shows.
Desert plants have found a place in modern home and garden design. There are many plants in the desert that can survive in a xeriscape garden or even in a glass terrarium. The term xeriscape is derived from the Greek word xeros, which means “dry,” and is a form of landscaping that conserves water through the use of native plants. Thus, desert plants have become popular for landscaping because they are easy to take care of due to their drought-tolerant capabilities.
If you tend to buy the likes of rice and quinoa out of the bulk bin, then chances are your grains don’t come with cooking instructions. If you always scratch your head wondering how much water to add or how long to cook your grains, then take a look at this handy list.
Euroffice.co.uk has put together this infographic to celebrate some of the most environmentally friendly office buildings in use today. These buildings are some of the smartest, most innovative and in many cases the most beautiful office buildings built in recent years. While they all look very different, all have taken interesting approaches to reducing their own carbon footprint drastically.
Lately we have been struggling to take the “right” decisions. This year we started, together as a couple, the commitment to reduce our plastic consumption as much as we can, but to reduce food waste as well. These last two weeks we noticed the trouble of taking decisions because, apparently, we haven’t got the perfect way to achieve both goals at the same time in some cases. I’ll explain this:
Solar power has continued to advance in technology over the past decade. It has become more energy efficient and is more cost effective than ever before. The table’s are turning and solar is becoming an extremely viable option. Get the facts on Solar:
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Below, you’ll find a visual guide and tips on how to clean your carpet, provided by foamfrenzy.com: