Sage… great for your garden and wonderful for your health!
To enhance relaxation and mental well-being, sage leaves can be bound and burned as incense.

Sage… great for your garden and wonderful for your health!

Ancient Egyptian women drank sage tea as an aid to fertility. In ancient Greece it was used for healing and as an anti-bacterial agent. Those anti-bacterial properties have made it…

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The Green Promise of Vertical Food Gardens
Over the Rainbow Chard: A worker tends to double-sided walls of rainbow chard at one of Plenty’s facilities. Tubes of LEDs tuned for these specific plants light the leaves from multiple angles, something conventional vertical farms are now starting to experiment with by lighting the leaves from beneath as well as above.

The Green Promise of Vertical Food Gardens

In crowded cities, vertical gardens have the potential to filter the air, turning otherwise harmful levels of smog into lush walls of greenery. Vertical gardens also bring life - in…

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Hedging Bamboos – Malay Dwarf Variegated
A close up of the beautiful variegation of Bambusa heterostachya cv. Variegated (Malay Dwarf)

Hedging Bamboos – Malay Dwarf Variegated

If you want to create a dense hedge to block out a neighbour, it's hard to go past the variegated Malay Dwarf bamboo. Note that not all Bambusa heterostachya are variegated. You…

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Hey! We found a robot to weed your garden!
There are a few robotic lawn mowers to choose from but Tertill is the first domestic robitic weeded we've come across.

Hey! We found a robot to weed your garden!

Meet Tertill - he's your new best friend. He can weed and scare garden pests away. He'll do it day after day, month after month without pay. And you don't even…

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