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5 Amazing Facts About Plants

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4 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About These Fruits

Durian (The King of Fruits)

durianDurian is a favor fruit of South East Asia with toxic smell
(You Either love it OR hate it).

It contain high levels of tryptophan, Our body can converts it into happiness hormone serotonin, beside this, The Indian researchers also found out that there was a marked increase in fertility in male mice who were fed Durian regularly over 2 week period.


watermelonCultivation of Watermelon can be found in Egyptian hieroglyphics dating back more than 5,000 year ago.  Watermelons thrive in dry areas, with more than 90% water in its fruit. they have long served as water source for both people & animal.

Evidence has been found that they were carried by explorers as a sort of naturally occurring water bottle.


bananaEven though there are more than 300 dif...

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The Planting Song – Earth Day Song for Children


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8 Unknown Facts about Palm Trees

As many as 100 palm species are endangered due to deforestation & unsustainable cultivation practices, below are 8 unknown facts about these tropical beauties:

1. There are about 2,600 palm trees species are currently known in the World.
The Arecaceae family of plants includes wonderfully diverse species found throughout the world, from the as dry as desert to the rainforest.

2. Palm trees have 2 different types of leaves: palmate and pinnate.
Palmate leaves, like hands, grow in a bunch at the end of a stem. Pinnate leaves are like feathers, growing all along either side of a stem. 

3. Not all palm are “trees,” and not all plants called “palms” are truly palms.
These evergreen plants can grow in the form of shrubs, trees or long, woody vines called lianas...

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7 Must-Know Indoor Garden Tips

  1. Location of plants – Select plants that suit the environment, because even the most dedicated gardener can’t make a sun-loving plant thrive in a cold & shady area. So, ensure that your plants are suited to the light levels and temperature of the room in which they’ll be positioned.
  2. Avoid direct sun- Direct sunlight is not suitable for most house-plants. Also, don’t place house-plants over direct sources of heat likes: radiators & etc.
  3. Avoid shady areas- Ensure there is sufficient light for your house-plants to photosynthesise effectively.
  4. Water wisely- Don’t over-water house-plants; adding some drainage material at the bottom of the pot will help to keep roots aerated and ensure that they don’t drown.
  5. Re-pot regularly- Aim to re-pot your house-plants into larger pots every ...
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Uses of Plants for Kids


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Growing Plant – Time Lapse


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A Forest Year






Lets’ watch How A Forest Changes Over A Year, It’s Amazing!

Filmmaker: Samuel Orr
He took 40,000 still images from his front window over 15 months & combined them into a short & beautiful nature film to show how a forest changes throughout the four seasons.

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Spoon, Fork and Knief made from plants, Possible?

Qiyan Deng (A Chinese Product Designer Graduated from Switzerland) has created a series of disposable tableware made from plant based materials such as corn starch or vegetable fats and oils.



The name of this collection is ‘Graft‘,

Deng Quotes this statement on her website.
“Texture and form in nature autonomously exist with a function that can be utilized for another purpose. A celery stem for example, serves as handle for the fork; a petal of artichoke then becomes the bowl of spoon. By waking both visual and haptic sensation it brings along a question: Will you throw them away easily?”

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The Fate of The Oldest Trees on Earth?

Bristlecone pines are the longest-living tree…


Photo Credits : Wikipedia

The Great Bristlecone pines (Pinus longaeva) are remarkable for their great age and the ability to survive in adverse growing conditions. In fact, it seems one secret to their longevity is the harsh environment. But as the rise of global warming effects, this strategy may no longer protect them when the mountains getting warmer, allowing other trees to reach higher. What will be the fate of the bristlecone pine? The short film is produced by KPCC’s Audio Vision

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