Category Garden Tips
When plants reside Indoor, not only they make the environment more comfortable, they also improve air quality and increase the amount of oxygen in the room. But, plants don’t always do as well as we would like, even if you try really hard to take care of them & watering them regularly, they still look sad and wilted.
Parasites and pests are normally taking the blame, but they’re not always easy to spot with our naked eye. There are some people resort to chemicals, but then, it could end up damaging the plants even more 🙁
Fortunately, there is a very simple trick that can improve the appearance of your plants quickly. Forget about the aggressive chemical products.
All you need is a simple, easy to find box of matches.
Take some of them and stick them ...Read More >
When they’re unusually pale
(The plant is: Hungry)
“You should perhaps provide more frequent fertilizer,” For instance, if you noticed the leaves of plants looking pale, it might need more iron. You can transfer the plant to a larger container when you spot paleness. But the promotions should be gradual. You can increase the container size by two inches at a time. If the plant is already in a large pot, consider utilizing your used coffee grounds to feed your plants. They’re best at the nourishing soil.
When they’re brown and crunchy
(The plant is: Thirsty)
Give your plants a new chance on life by watering until the soil is moist, but not overflowing. There’s often an interval between the problem at hand and the leaves changing colour...Read More >
It is very hard for us to imagine life without air-conditioning we have become so dependent on it that we have forgotten how life used to be without it. Even our young children, if not babies, would complain when the air-conditioner is not switched on.
There was always a dry and hot season in Malaysia. But how did our grandparents survive the heat back then?
Turns out, the best way to keep cool in those days was through some clever home design. Traditional houses were very cleverly designed for thermal comfort.
What were some of these traditional home designs? Let’s take a look:
Traditional Malay houses had a double roof, with a gap between the top and bottom halves. These gaps, also known as ventilation joints provided airflow across the top of the house.
Secondly, older h...Read More >