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Is Cucumber A Fruit Or Vegetable? Not a [SIMPLE] Answer

Here’s the deal! Did you ever ask yourself this question – “Is cucumber a fruit or a vegetable?” All fruits and veggies are very healthy additions to any diet, but there are some members of the produce category are simply hard to categorize.

6 Tips for Growing Gardens In Urban Landscapes

Fruits and vegetables from a garden will be higher in vitamin and mineral content, especially since they don’t have to travel thousands of miles and then sit in a store before they make it to your plate.

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12 Companion Plants To Grow With Your Tomatoes

Some people believe in tomato companion plants and others think it is some old wives tale. Growing friendly plants together is said to help growth, produce more flavor and protect fruits and vegetables from insects and pests.

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Sansevieria Snake Plant Care: Mother-in-Law’s Tongue [Care Guide]

The snake plant or Sansevieria pronounced (san-se-vi-ee’-ri-ah) – A genus of perennial herbs with stiff, very thick leaves, often mottled with white, and clustered flowers on slender stalks A member of the Asparagaceae Family, popularly goes by other common names. The very “politically correct” Mother-in-Law’s tongue, snake tongue and Bowstring-hemp. The snake plant makes and excellent potted plant indoors as a houseplant or outdoors. Sansevieria is undoubtedly one of the most easily recognized plants in the world.

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Will Coffee Grounds Acidify My Garden Soil?

Every gardener has heard that adding coffee grounds to your compost speeds decomposition and adds much-needed nitrogen to the compost. But what about adding coffee grounds directly to your garden soil? Will it acidify the soil or “burn” plant roots? Do coffee grounds help , blueberries, and other vegetables? Will they help and azaleas?

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Lemon Tree: How To Grow Lemon Trees From Seed

There is something about the fresh smell of a flowering lemon tree. Lush, dark green, oval leaves shining in the sunlight. Their fragrant, white blooms, sweet smelling and alluring quality makes one want to own their own tree. Too hard to do?

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Why eating insects won’t end world hunger

For field research in 2013/2014, Evans and chef Ben Reade travelled the world, eating honey ants, palm weevil larvae, termite queens (“like God’s handmade sausage”), bush coconuts, larvae-ripened Sardinian cheese and Japanese wasps, learning about traditional harvesting methods from locals, their experience documented by filmmaker Andreas Johnsen in Bugs (2016).

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How To Make An Easy Terrarium

Terrariums make great additions to any room. There are endless options for variety, decorations and plants. They can be assembled in minutes and will continue to be enjoyed for months.

They can even match this season, like these adorable winter snow globes!

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Grow Your Own Microgreens

Microgreens add fresh flavor and nutrients to salads, sandwiches, smoothies and stir-fries. These plants are harvested when they’re young, usually about two weeks after planting. Plus, microgreens contain about five times more vitamins than if grown to mature vegetables, according to USDA researchers. Adding microgreens to smoothies will boost the nutritional content without adding strong flavors.

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