Whether you’ve got a green thumb or not, here’s the ultimate infographic on indoor gardening tips. The infographic shows which are the most air purifying plants, DIY container gardens, how to decorate your terracotta pots and much more.
You may see your garden as a place to spend some serene time. However, there’s more to your garden than meets the eye. Calor has put together 50 facts about your garden you probably didn’t know. This infographic will help you learn how to grow the right organic vegetables in your garden.
Flowers have been around for centuries. Their uses seem endless. Throughout history they have been used for everything from cooking to decoration. However, there are some hidden facts that you may not have know. After viewing this infographic by ProFlowers, chances are you won’t ever look at a flower the same again.
Garden walls or ‘vertical gardens’ have gained a lot of notoriety over recent years with designers such as Patrick Blanc setting the standards. Vertical gardens can come in all shapes and sizes, some scaling entire buildings, whilst others sit in offices, gardens or private homes.
Do you want to be healthier, save money and be more environmentally friendly? One small step you can do to tick all those boxes is to grow your own vegetables! Tiger Sheds have created an infographic showing how much money you can save over a year by growing your own vegetables for your weekly Sunday Roast.
Getting more done in your day is always stressful. As such, we are always looking for ways to lower that stress and help manage our health more effectively. Artificial Plants and Trees shows us in this infographic that one simple way to do this is to cultivate a life. You don’t have to have kids and a family, just go out and buy a plant. Feed it water, give it sunlight and watch it grow. It will lower your blood pressure, improve your life and help you breath a little happier.
This infographic highlights everyday dangers that landscapers face such as allergic reactions, cuts and amputations, machinery, pesticides, chemicals, sun, and high temperatures. Many of these risks are also present for those who do their own lawn care – which shows the importance of hiring qualified and insured landscaping and lawn care professionals to do these jobs for you.