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I'm at that point now where I'm really happy with my life, and where I am. I hope everyone is there now too, if not, that's ok as well, you will 💖💖💖
🍓Van ruilen komt geen huilen. Aardbeiplanten geruild ~~~ Strawberry plants exchanged🍓
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▶️▶️▶️ Den Urbane Have er i 2010 anlagt ved professionshøjskolen Metropol, Sigurdsgade i København. Her lader Camilla Berner bakker beklædt med byens brosten møde et udvalg af de sejlivede vilde planter, som hun med botaniker Jon Feilberg har dokumenteret på en ubebygget tomte på Tiløbgade - i en montre på skolen er frøene omhyggeligt dokumenteret. 🌳🌾🌵🍁🌳🍁🌵🌾🌳
Camilla Berner laid out The Urban Garden in 2010 in Sigurdsgade in Copenhagen. Here the traditional street cobblestones meet the wild plants she documented at another site in town - all samples neatly laid out in a showcase overlooking the site of the urban hilltops. 🌳🌾🌵🍁🌳🍁🌵🌾🌳
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What's Christmas without these gorgeous wreaths? Not only can you hang this at your house, you can also give this to someone who has just moved to a new house! Good idea right? 🤔😁
100% handmade. One piece only (no remake). Available online now.
Collection: Christmas Star & Hoop Wreaths
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If you are new to gardening and especially if you have kids plant basil. Basil pesto has saved my life on so many occasions. It loves the heat and is easy to grow. Get it in the ground. 🌱🌱🌱🌱🌱
Sometimes you learn a fact that changes your whole perspective. This one is courtesy of the epic @honeygirlgrows, who makes me want to quit my job and move to the country on an hourly basis.
So, these bees are “festooning,” aka they’re making this chain to create a 🐝 measuring tape to measure out the hive they’re building.
#STFU, right? It gets better - scientists aren’t entirely sure why bees festoon - it seems to be important in wax production, and raises the temperature so wax is easier to shape.
What’s your take on festooning? Why do 🐝 do it? The opinions on this question seem to be strong - what you got, InstaVerse?
📷 x @honeygirlgrows
Around 18 months ago this area near the patch was completely bare. After a lot of soil improvement and some hardy plant choices, it is now looking lush and inviting. I particularly love the ‘smokey’ look of the bronze fennel.
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There isn't a more forbidden fruit growing in my garden than the White Currants...... I have many young shrubs that I have made from cuttings but only one older plant that is bearing fruit, so every little translucent gem is precious. How I have been waiting so very patiently for these plump pearls to ripen slowly one by one, finally these pretties are the first pickings of the season. Sweet, plump, juicy and no where near as tart as my Red Currants, they are delightful eaten straight from the plant.
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Sekarang kita beralih dari telur ya 😁Teman2 tau ngga #urbangarden lagi hits banget sekarang ini karena selain enak di pandang juga menyegarkan mata. Bayangin deh kalo ada ijo2 di sudut rumah pasti seger banget kan.
Nah sekarang teman2 ngga perlu repot2 nyari tanaman langsung ke @primrose.garden disana tersedia macam2 tanaman mulai dari tanaman hias, tanaman udara, tanaman herbal dan printil2annya lengkap banget. Ownernya jg ngga pelit ilmu selalu kasih tips dan cara penanganan tanaman yang kita beli
Karena sy hobby masak dirumah selalu sy tanam sendiri tanaman seperti kunyit , cabe, jeruk, kencur , sereh , pandan , suji kapan mau pakai sy tinggal petik 😁 Nah masalahnya kalo herbs spt mint , thyme kan pakainya cuma dikit2 aja kalo beli di supermarket lumayan boros krn belinya musti banyak pasti keburu busuk sebelum habis, sebaiknya teman2 tanam aja sendiri di rumah. Seperti yg di foto ini yang kriting2 thyme namanya, enak loh buat bikin masakan eropa. Wangi banget.. kalo thyme ngga usah di keringin udh wangi .. bisa langsung di chop campur ke masakan
Yuk cek IG @primrose.garden... kalo ngga mau nanam herbs , teman2 juga bisa beli tanaman hias. Rumah kita bisa jadi kece ala2 rumah di Pinterest itu lho 😁
11 kilograms of fresh-handpicked mangoes from 1 single tree and more to come! Yes, I climbed the tree again 😁💚
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After tonight’s count, we have about 85 houseplants living under our roof. Which leads me to wanting to talk about abundance in the houseplant community and the hierarchy that seems to build when we tally up our “scores” in the form of how many plants we can cram into our spaces.
I’ve noticed a bit of toxic behaviour when it comes to sneezing at people who don’t necessarily have large numbers of plants, or a feeling of frankly, superiority, for being able to care for so many. In reality, we all have different lifestyles and a fixed amount of hours we can dedicate to our hobbies.
For a lot of hobbyists, myself included, plants are just one facet of our lives. We’ve got full-time jobs, other activities we enjoy and friends we like to spend time with.
I used to go plant shopping as a way to stress relieve and realized it was no different than retail therapy for fast fashion or cheap home goods. But lately, being content with what I have and being realistic with which plants I could care for made me re-evaluate this green hobby.
This photo is from when we first moved in, when, because we had more space, I became desperate to rebuild the crammed "jungle" of our old dwelling. Which isn't healthy behaviour and as I've settled into our new lifestyle, I've acknowledged what part of this hobby became performative and what is genuine and personal. Instagram is a weird space where it's easy to get caught up in the frenzy.
Growing at its forefront should make you feel joyful and connected to nature. Sharing information is part of that enthusiasm but getting caught up in numbers is a dark appetite that never gets satiated. Having large collections isn't inherently bad at all, as long as the intentions are right.
Here's to plant happiness, for the lover with a single potted plant to the mono-hobbyist with many 🌿✨