As twelfth night approaches and the Christmas decorations start to look old, as the last crumbs of cake are swept away and the remnants of the turkey have finally been consumed, there is the perennial question as to what to do with the tree.
This blog is intended as a forum for sharing my cacti growing ordeals. The focus is primarily on small Mexican species, e.g. Lophophora (peyote), Obregonia (artichoke cactus), Acharagma, Ariocarpus (living rock) and Strombocactus.
Mary Beard, classics professor at Cambridge and effective general-purpose public intellectual, knows how to get your attention: Sikyonians … were a sort of Greek footwear, but also a famous variety of cucumber and so a comic term for a phallus, and...
We love our moss. Terramac has created an eco-friendly 3D knit fabric which serves as a growing medium for moss to take root. Made from plant-derived fibers, this material is biodegradable after about 10 years and looks great.
The long-necked sauropod dinosaurs were the largest land animals ever to walk the Earth -- but why were they so large? A decade ago, a team of plant ecologists from South Africa suggested that this was due to the nature of the plant food they ate.
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