Cute lil' buddies perfect for your table! Whether its your study table, kitchen, living area or in the bathroom. They strive well in low light. Once in a while, bring them near a window to get a bright indirect light, and water sparingly. Sounds like an easy plant, right? Yep. .
❤ Plant: (LEFT) The Golden Hahnii Sanseveria is a beautifully variegated very dwarf and compact evergreen with boldly variegated bright yellow and green foliage. The thick succulent foliage naturally develops into a bird-nest like shape with leaves that rarely exceed 4-6" long. (RIGHT) Green Bird's Nest Sansevieria. ❤ Name: Sansevieria trifasciata
🍃 Pot: 4.75" H x 4.5" W. White painted terra cotta pot. Total height with plant: 8".
🌱 Care: Easy care. ☀️ Can thrive in low light, indirect and direct sunlight. Indoors or outdoors.
🚿 Well-drained soil. Never keep soggy or overly wet. Allow the soil to become slightly dry between waterings..
📍 Toxicity: Please be advised that humans and/or animals may have allergic reactions if part(s) of this plant are consumed or by coming into contact with sap from bruised or broken plant parts:
All parts - Minor toxicity if ingested
Sap - Eye irritation and/or Dermatitis
Will be available on Nov 25, 2018 at @artisartisanbazaar #antipolo . #artisartisanbazaar2018
The Secret is in the Soil: A beginner's guide to natural gardening
by Flor Gozon Tarriela and Gidget Jimenez
Illustrated by Liza Flores
We got this book from Flor's Garden, a farm in Antipolo that conducts seminars on natural farming.
This is written to make older kids understand some of the concepts behind planting and farming. I learned quite a few tips myself! For example, I didn't know that gardening tools have to be washed and cleaned after each use, to prevent the spread of plant diseases. I also learned that some plants are "friends" (can grow together), and others are not. There is also a portion on organic pesticide made with ingredients that you can find in your home or kitchen. It also contains a few simple recipes (farm-to-table, there you go). This book would be a good supplementary material for those learning about plants, the ecosystem, and Earth's natural resources. It's written in a way that makes scientific concepts easier to understand. You can also see from the pictures that it's wonderfully designed and illustrated.
Hope to see more local concept books like this to make learning more contextualized!
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