21, Jul 2023
Recently Drew in Go Setting Hunting First

Imagine this: You’re flashing that shiny new ring, sharing the happy news with everyone who’s anyone. Almost immediately, the barrage of questions starts, “When’s the big day?” Sounds familiar, doesn’t it? We all know the drill. As soon as you’re engaged, folks expect you to have a wedding date set in stone. Sure, it’s tempting […]

21, Jul 2023
Love in the City San Francisco Wedding Settings

San Francisco is known for its stunning architecture, breathtaking views, and vibrant culture, making it a desirable destination for couples planning their wedding. With its unique blend of urban energy and natural beauty, the city presents an array of wedding venues that cater to diverse tastes and budgets. It’s no wonder San Francisco is a […]

21, Jul 2023
Combining Vino Socal cVenues with Love

Let’s talk about the best winery wedding venues in Southern California. Did you know that SoCal’s plonk industry is industry is the fastest growing and, overall, California harvests 3.7mm grapes per year? You know what that means: winery wedding venues are gonna be more popular than ever. Why wait until it’s grape-picking season to make […]

21, Jul 2023
Win Back Your Time Wedding Arranging Made Simple

Time is precious—especially for couples planning a wedding. On the one hand, you want to explore all your options and possibilities. Conversely, you want to savor your engagement and enjoy the little moments with your partner. Netflix and chill when you’re engaged? It’s a whole new experience! Here’s a solution that allows couples to have […]

21, Jul 2023
Cineraria Disarray Finding the Flower Vendor Blossom

Once upon a time there was a genus of plants called Cineraria. It was a surprisingly wide genus of plants, most of which came from Africa. But over time, things have changed. Some of its plants have been moved to other genera. Others were not real Cineraria species at all. Take, for example, the Cineraria […]

21, Jul 2023
Cercestis Mirabilis and Other New Plants

I have already written about how “new” has lost all meaning in the context of indoor plants. Still, it is fascinating to take a look at the species marketed as “new”… so here are three types that have recently landed in the emails of sellers in my inbox. Cercestis mirabilis (photo above) is an African […]

21, Jul 2023
Ultimate Low Maintenance Home Appliance Marimo Moss Balls

Do you want a houseplant that doesn’t bother you if you water it too much, requires absolutely no maintenance and after six months it will look the same as it did on the day of purchase? Let me introduce you to your new favorite, the Marimo Moosball. I first met Marimo Moosballs in January when […]

21, Jul 2023
Layout Planning for My Garden

There are several places in my garden that need to be replaced. Tomatoes have been in the same area for a long time, and this may explain their less-than-stellar characteristics. I will review my sketches and notes, make changes when planning the layout of my garden and make my annual wish list for seeds. Sincerely, […]

21, Jul 2023
On Involving Elaborate Grasses in the Scene

Ornamental grasses are very decorative, and well-placed specimens can create attractive magic tricks. Consider Pampas Cortaderia selloana grass planted in a row; it can define the space as well as provide privacy and wind benefits. Popular ornamental grass varieties Switch panic grass or switch grass (Panicum virgatum) is a drought-resistant grass that feels good both […]

21, Jul 2023
Thin Slender Star

Slender Flaming Star is an erect, clumping perennial, with fluffy purple flowers blooming in after summer. It is best to plant it together with slow-growing perennials or as a border plant, since it is a stunted and uncompetitive plant. Long-flowering perennial Liatris, slender burning star or cheerful Heather, grows in eastern North America. It is […]

21, Jul 2023
Poisonous Plants for Dogs and Felines and Safe Blossoms

It is important to know that plants and flowers are toxic to cats and dogs. This list may vary for dogs, cats, horses and other pets. As an owner of concerned pets, you want to make sure that your environment has plants and flowers that are safe for cats and dogs. Dogs are less likely […]

21, Jul 2023
Unique Proteins in Resilient Water Bears Safeguard

According to research, tardigrades, also known as water bears, have a special type of protein in their cells that protects against dehydration. Water bears, also called tardigrades, were known for their ability to withstand harsh conditions. In addition, recent research by researchers from the University of Tokyo suggests that tardigrades can also withstand severe dehydration. […]

21, Jul 2023
Florida Intriguing Snake Chomps Beyond What It Swallow Chokes

A rare snake has been found dead in Florida after choking on a giant centipede. At the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo, researchers discovered the Tantilla oolitica, better known as the crowned snake of RIM rock. According to a press release from the Florida Museum of Natural History, this was the […]

21, Jul 2023
Eventually Millions of Sea Turtles

The exploitation of sea turtles has become one of the world’s ecological problems. According to a new study conducted by American researchers, more than 1.1 million sea turtles were finished worldwide between 1990 and 2020 by unlawful slaughter and poaching. Pass away of sea turtles In the new article, published on Wednesday, September 7 in […]

21, Jul 2023
Marine Hunters Track Down Food Areas of Interest in Marine Swirls

A recent study has revealed a remarkable discovery about how marine predators such as tuna, billiards and sharks catch food and gather in countercyclical ocean eddies that rotate clockwise. The scientists who led the study are from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and the Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington (UW APL). […]