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Why Men Can Wear Floral Fragrances Too
The industry’s dirty little secret is that it’s been peddling petals to guys the entire time. “All men’s fragrances have florals in them,” says Eric Weiser.
Top 30 Stunning Low-Budget DIY Garden Pots and Containers
The garden is an exciting place where people never stop their innovation. Every corner and every detail of the garden is worth your attention. Sometimes a little change can bring a surprising difference to your garden. Such as garden pots and containers, they are not only served for the flowers, but also a beautiful landscape […]
Flowers, in extreme close-up
/ Friday, December 18, 2015
It's one thing to use a macro lens on a camera to capture the smallest details of flora and fauna
Then there's what David Leaser does, which is less like photography than it is like an MRI image. It's called focus stacking and involves an array of photographic equipment that far exceeds the usual single-lens reflex camera equipped with a macro lens.
The resulting images of tropical flowers are as sharply focused at the pistils and stamens as they are at the deepest recesses of the flower. Every tiny detail is crystal clear.
"Fuchsia" by David Leaser
Leaser's work is on display through Dec. 30 in the conservatory at Selby Gardens as part of the botanical gardens' annual Lights in Bloom event, and in the State of the…
Astronaut posts picture of wilted flowers on ISS
If you follow astronaut Scott Kelly on Instagram, you probably saw the image he posted recently of some wilted flowers with the caption, “Our plants aren’t looking too good.” Those are, of course, …
Epcot Flower & Garden Festival expands to 90 days in 2016
For its 23rd year, the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival will expand from 75 to 90 days & run from March 2 to May 30, 2016 at Walt Disney World.
How to grow Space Age veg
27 December 2015 • 7:00am
The idea of space travel is endlessly appealing. From Meg on the Moon to Star Trek , it has been imagined and reimagined, feeding science fiction and fantasy of every genre. Recently, in The Martian , Matt Damon plays an astronaut stranded on Mars who uses his knowlege of botany to survive
Yet when Elton John’s Rocket Man sang “Mars ain’t the kind of place to raise your kids… In fact it’s cold as hell”, he neglected to mention that with reduced gravity, wildly fluctuating temperatures, high levels of radiation, no organic matter and an atmosphere of 95 per cent carbon dioxide, it is also the mother of difficult growing conditions. But since the first manned space flight in 1961, progress has been steady.
Matt Damon in The…
Most anticipated Tet event kicks off in Ho Chi Minh City
The popular annual street festival has a lot of flowers, and goats
How to help wildlife in your garden this winter
21 December 2015 • 3:14pm
If you’ve had it bad in your garden this year, spare a thought for our wildlife. Our birds, butterflies, bees and other animals breed and hibernate at particular times, according to the availability of food and habitat. Frogs and toads emerge from hibernation to breed in recently thawed ponds. Garden birds nest when the availability of caterpillars and aphids is at its peak, while swifts, swallows and house martins return from Africa to take advantage of the masses of airborne insects between May and August
But not this year. In parts of East Anglia, frogs and toads returned to their breeding ponds to find they had dried out during the spring drought. And when the rains finally came, caterpillars and aphids were washed off plants, putting baby birds…
RHS Photographer of the Year: the winning images
The winning pictures of the RHS's Photographer of the Year competition have been announced
Karen Tran: Her flower statement
Classic centerpieces: Floral designer Karen Tran poses with her newly launched Wedding Flowers book in Jakarta
Tips for January
TV presenter and gardening expert Sarah Raven offers some fantastic weekly advice and tips on how to create the perfect garden in the New Year
Late-season warmth is unusual, but doesn't require gardeners' intervention
Unseasonable warmth may affect plants' bloom time in garden, but relax: It probably won't hurt them.