Recently, I responded to an ad on Craigslist offering free spider plants. The poster’s spider plant had been producing out of control and they were over-run with baby starts. As an avid gardener, I’ve been struggling for years trying to fine-tune the art of growing plants from seed, specifically cactus and succulent plants. Plant cuttings are much easier to grow and these ones offered on Craigslist would save us a lot of money in seed starts.
I’m proud to share my nomination for the Liebster Award for the content on my blog, Aquaberry Bliss. It’s quite an honor to be recognized for this award!
A fascinating Ted Talk I watched recently was genius in describing how changing your way of thinking and interacting with the environment can change the world. New scientists are on the verge of forming conversations with nature and accomplishing change in a way old activists of the past have never been able to before. This eco-mindshift is a new way to approach old issues.
Working from home allows me to create a work space specially tailored to suit my preferences, which translates into lots and lots of houseplants. Filling your space with the bounty of nature can also bring benefits beyond just beauty. Here are 4 benefits of having plants in your work space.