Foraging for Purslane: An Early Spring Green Right in your Garden
You might know purslane as a weed (as I once did) but it's a forager's delight. This early spring green is prolific where it's naturalized and incredibly good for you, too. You might even want to transplant some into your vegetable garden!:
The Dino Pet, A Toy Dinosaur That Comes to Life With Bioluminescent Dinoflagellates
A bioluminescent pet!! (well, really a whole school of bioluminescent pets in a dinosaur-shaped aquarium)
solo con simples cosas la Innovación resulta delirante.....
lace wrist tattoo - I'll admit I have cut myself in the past. I don't handle stress well. I sometimes think of covering them, but right now they are my deterrents.
try and find beauty in the everyday happenings of the world
B – Cutting here is optimal for creating a new plant from the top part and forcing new shoots to grow off the stem. This method works best if a few leaves are left on the stem, allowing it to recover more efficiently, producing the most new stems.