Create a Minimalistic Eco-Friendly Garden

Many believe that gardening is eco-friendly by default. However, there are many things you can do to turn your garden into a more environmentally conscious space. This will not only be healthier for the environment but also you and your family will have an unpolluted space to spend your time.

One of the ways to create a truly relaxing space is to combine minimalistic design with eco-friendly principle. That way you will be able to have a garden that is pleasing to the mind and body at the same time. In order to create the minimalistic eco-friendly garden you will need to rediscover your space and here are some ideas on how to do that.

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The Benefits of a Plant Wall [Infographic]

If you are looking for a great design feature that brings the beauty of nature into your home, an eco-friendly and stylish living wall is the perfect choice for you. Living walls are stunning plant features created by covering a surface with plants, usually on the walls and facades of buildings.

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Transporting Plants: A Survival Guide [Infographic]

Many professional moving companies wonโ€™t move live plants and doing it yourself ensures it gets done right.

These tips work best for smaller plants but can be used for medium-to-large plants, as well. Like all living things, plants require a balance of attention and careful handling, especially during moves.

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How to care for Bromeliad Plants

Do you love bromeliads? Well, you may feel like you need to cultivate up some of them but all seems in vain. Well, different bromeliads grow in different conditions. There are several categories of bromeliads that can be categorized into different genera. Under each genera are different species of bromeliads. Bromeliad genera include aechmea, ananas, billbergia, bromelia, edmundoa, dyckia, nidularium, tillandsia, vriesea and wittrockia. There are several other genera but these do extremely well in South America, especially Brazil.

There are about 3000 known species of bromeliads and 56 genera into which they have been categorized. The major divisions of the bromeliads include:

  • Bromelioideae: 32 genera and 861 species in total.
  • Pitcairnioideae: 16 genera and 1030 species in total.
  • Tillandsioideae: 9 genera and 1277 species in total.

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How Gardening help your Motor Skills [Infographic]

We often think of motor skills as being innate, or something weโ€™re born with. After all, every kid can run, jump, and do somersaults, right?

In reality, they are physical skills learned as children, and some types are fine-tuned throughout our lives. Gardening can play a big role in enhancing motor skills. Whether youโ€™re young or old, gardening can be a healthy addition to your lifestyle.

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