Natural Woodland Botanicals

15 Feb 19
We Are Cardiff

Today’s guest writer is Pip Gray, who is joining us to talk about the joys of urban nature – specifically in Cardiff, in the colder weather! Take it away, Pip! *** With acres of green spaces, wild coast line and miles of waterways flowing through the heart of the city, Cardiff is a city full […]

15 Feb 19
Understanding Painting Media 1

Anna Atkins Atkins’ cyanotypes appeal to my scientific side: the need to catalogue everything; as well as my artistic side: I love the tonal variation in white on a monotone background and the intimacy of her botanical subjects. There is a delicacy to each image that even though they are not paintings, they have a […]

15 Feb 19
The Flower Press Blog

With a name like Electric Daisy Flower Farm… I had to look further.. Based in Somerset, in the UK, Fiona Haser Bizony is an artist who has fully embraced flowers as her medium, flowers she grows herself at Electric Daisy Flower Farm. Image from Electric Daisy Flower Farm “I love growing flowers and harvesting them at […]

14 Feb 19
Gardening Your Lifestyle

Thursday March 8, 2018 Wow!!! This is my initial impression of the Expo, a multi-day convention with thousands of attendees all here in sunny Anaheim California from March 7 – 11 in order to experience the latest in natural food and health supplement products. Think of it as a gathering of fitness gurus, naturopaths, food […]

13 Feb 19
Forest Garden

~ Succulent plants serve as living sculpture with their emphatic forms, slow growth, and unusual colors.  Most gardeners either adore them or avoid them.  They feel a little alien to most of us Virginia gardeners, as there are very few native succulents in our landscapes. ~ ~ Some gardeners find succulents a bit too prickly […]

13 Feb 19
Market Intelligence Reports

American Spikenard Extract Market: Overview American spikenard extract is a medicinal herb, which is used for different applications such as additives in food, pharmaceutical formulations, oils and solutions preparation, etc. The wide range of practical applications of the American spikenard extract leads to the demand from different industries over the forecast period. The rise in […]

12 Feb 19
marketanalysis

Poppy seed, derived from dry fruits (pods) of the poppy plant (opium poppy) have a nutty and pleasant taste, the seeds are rice in nutrition and are used as a condiment in cooking. Poppy seeds are popularly used as condiment and dressing oil. Poppy seeds are widely used in bakery products due to its crunchy […]

08 Feb 19
Just Another Single Mum

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05 Feb 19
Felicity Cameron

Over the last few years there has been an enormous growth in interest in preserving our natural environments. They are under threat from multiple directions, with everything from climate change and logging to too many visitors threatening the great natural areas of this country. In some areas there has been an additional threat – garden […]

03 Feb 19
Skin Food Fix

Vegan Paraben Free Phthalate Free,Gluten Free Cruelty Free Non GMO,Pomegranate Oil Organic,Omega 5,Punicic Acid,Moringa Oil,Amla Oil

29 Jan 19
Rhobin's Garden

A news release from MGC website says “Piet Oudolf is coming to Detroit. Belle Isle is the perfect point of connection for residents and visitors—to the park’s amenities, the city, water and the region’s greenways. This is why Piet Oudolf has selected the land surrounding the Nancy Brown Peace Carillon for his newest public garden—in […]

25 Jan 19
Rupi the African Trotter

Above: Kitale Nature Conservancy police. Copyright Maya Mangat Published: 26 January 2019 It’s been an exciting night camping in Saiwa Swamp National Park sandwiched between Mount Elgon and the Cherangani Hills. After a filling breakfast at the roadside kiosk near the park, we’re off to Mount Elgon, Africa’s eighth highest peak. A sign near Kitale […]

25 Jan 19
Hidden Waters blog

The green lung at the center of the city’s northern borough is Bronx Park, designed to function as the Bronx’s counterpart to Central Park and Prospect Park. But shortly after its acquisition in 1888, most of this park has been designated for the Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Garden. The Bronx River flows […]

25 Jan 19
Forest Garden

~ I spent far too many hours of my youth watching Mark Knopfler  and Gordon Sumner sing, “I want my money for nothing, and my chicks for free!”.  MTV was brand new in those days, and I was utterly fascinated by the up-close view of the artists performing and the dreamy vignettes hyper-produced to sell […]

23 Jan 19
Botanical

When I was a child, we lived in a flat with no garden.  All the flowers I knew were on stamps I collected, or cards in packets of Brooke Bond tea I pasted into stiff little albums that had to be sent away for.  From the bright flat images next to the old songs of […]

22 Jan 19
GardenRiots

Every plant evolved in and lives in context.  They are dependent upon it for continuing support, not just for their survival, but for their well being as they grow, mature and attempt to reproduce.  It is not just competition out there.  Though we may order them from a catalog, grow them from carefully collected seed, […]