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Where Does Chocolate Come From?

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Where Does Chocolate Come From?

Many solutions to life’s pleasantries are solved by plants. We owe them so much C|

Permalink | 2,244 notes | August 25, 2011 | #Science | #Food | #Chocolate | #Plants | #Trees 

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(( LOOK AT IT.))

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HOLY CRAP. OMG. OMG. I’M AT A STORE AND SMILING LIKE AN IDIOT. BEST EPISODE ALL DAY, EVERY DAY

YOU MIGHT CATCH HER CRAZY.

I AM LOSING MY SHIT RIGHT NOW. 

I do respect a good trolling. Haha cartoons are funny.

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Moss Bridge, Ireland
photo via google

*my house

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sunsurfer:

Moss Bridge, Ireland

photo via google

*my house

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Oh my gods, I’m so excited for this!
August 23rd!

Oh my gods, I’m so excited for this!

August 23rd!

Permalink | 2 notes | August 13, 2011

Here’s what you will need for your very own table-top water garden: 
A glass container, bowl, wide-mouth vase etc.
Water plants such as taro, water lettuce, water hyacinth, duck weed, fairy moss etc.
Plastic pots shorter than the height of your glass vessel
Assorted rocks
Potting soil
Charcoal bits
Mosquito fish (optional)
Pure water
Place the taro in your plastic pot and add soil. Pack the soil down snugly and cover with rocks and pebbles. Rinse off any loose soil from the exterior of the plastic pot. Make sure your bowl/vase/container is clean and free of cracks. Take a handful of charcoal and line the base of the vessel to help against odors. Cover with aquarium pebbles. Fill the vessel with the most pure water you can get your hands on; rain water, reverse osmosis water, or distilled. Place the potted taro into the vessel. Some loose soil may escape the pot- just scoop it off the top of the water, and add more rocks to the potted plant if needed. Pull off any dead roots from the floating water plants, and give them a good rinse before adding to the bowl. If you plan on taking the water garden outside, and then bringing it back inside later, mosquito fish are a good idea. Nobody wants mosquitoes hatching in their living room! (via in words and pictures: Indoor Tabletop Water Garden)

Here’s what you will need for your very own table-top water garden: 

  • A glass container, bowl, wide-mouth vase etc.
  • Water plants such as taro, water lettuce, water hyacinth, duck weed, fairy moss etc.
  • Plastic pots shorter than the height of your glass vessel
  • Assorted rocks
  • Potting soil
  • Charcoal bits
  • Mosquito fish (optional)
  • Pure water

Place the taro in your plastic pot and add soil. Pack the soil down snugly and cover with rocks and pebbles. Rinse off any loose soil from the exterior of the plastic pot. Make sure your bowl/vase/container is clean and free of cracks. Take a handful of charcoal and line the base of the vessel to help against odors. Cover with aquarium pebbles. Fill the vessel with the most pure water you can get your hands on; rain water, reverse osmosis water, or distilled. Place the potted taro into the vessel. Some loose soil may escape the pot- just scoop it off the top of the water, and add more rocks to the potted plant if needed. Pull off any dead roots from the floating water plants, and give them a good rinse before adding to the bowl. If you plan on taking the water garden outside, and then bringing it back inside later, mosquito fish are a good idea. Nobody wants mosquitoes hatching in their living room! (via in words and pictures: Indoor Tabletop Water Garden)

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Permalink | 4,819 notes | August 3, 2011
My mom, Demeter.

My mom, Demeter.

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Even though everything is dying in fall, it happens so beautifully.

Even though everything is dying in fall, it happens so beautifully.

Permalink | August 2, 2011 | #fall | #tree