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Using Coffee Grounds for Plants: A Yay or Nay?
Using coffee grounds for plants? It’s a creative approach to repurpose something that would otherwise wind up in the trash.
Duckweed: An Aquarium’s Green Blanket
Duckweed is an aquatic plant that grows in fresh water and appears to make a green blanket over the water.
BioLeather: The Environmentally Friendly Leather
Bioleather has acquired attention as a design material thanks to its creation as an alternative to mammal hides and leather tanning techniques, which are both polluted and inhumane to animals.
An Introduction to the Colorful Koi Fish
Koi is derived from the Japanese word “carp.” Known for their colors, modern koi are thought to have originated in early nineteenth-century Japan, where rice farmers caught, reared, and nurtured wild, colorful fish.
The Philippine Serpentina Plant
The annual herbaceous plant Andrographis paniculata, often called green chiretta, king of bitter or serpentina in the Philippines, is a member of the Acanthaceae family that has been used for traditional medicine.
Basil: How to Plant, Harvest, and Cook with It
The mint family includes the herb basil. It enhances the flavor of food, and its nutrients may have medical benefits.
Citronella: Your Natural Insect Repellant
The citronella plant, which is widely known for its oil, is an attractive addition to a window box or container garden.
What Is a Japanese White Pine?
Japanese White Pine is a trendy landscape plant with relatively few problems when planted in an area with cooler temperatures and good drainage.
Using Nitrogen for Plants and 11 Natural Sources to Get From
Home gardeners should be familiar with how nitrogen (or a lack thereof) might affect their plants, as nitrogen is one of the three macronutrients needed for plants to grow.