I know that officially the beginning of spring, in the northern hemisphere, is marked by the Vernal Equinox, on March 20. Here, in Romania, we celebrate Spring earlier and the nature seems to agree with us.
It’s Autumn and the weather started to change a little. Of course, this season has its own benefits. It’s the moment when we harvest grapes and quince, but it’s also the moment when we plant special flowers in our garden. This post is going to be extremely short, because I only wanted to share with… Continue reading Anemone Flower Bulbs
Hi everyone! I know that I haven’t posted too much recently and I apologize. I was extremely busy to finish my graduation project and prepare myself for the final exam. Fortunately, everything was okay and I’ve officially graduated. Now I’m working on some projects and I’ll come with more details regarding them, when it will… Continue reading I’m not dead.
As you probably know, today we celebrate Earth Day. It’s absolutely amazing how Mother Earth is so generous with us after what we do to her. At least today, let’s stop and think if what we do is the right thing. Let’s try to treat nature with more respect and cherish it. We should take… Continue reading Celebrating Earth Day
Anise (Pimpinella anisum) is a flowering plant, native to Egypt but cultivated widely for its aromatic seeds and oil. I know that 5 Benefits of… column is dedicated to fruits and vegetables, but today I’m going to do an exception. Anise has great therapeutic properties that I know you’re going to find them useful in… Continue reading 5 Benefits of Anise
Decorate your house with this little ghost made out of paper towels. It fits on any Halloween party and besides that it is inexpensive and really easy to make. What You Need? 2 white napkins black string 1 cotton ball black marker How It’s Made? Step 1: Unfold the napkins and place them on top… Continue reading DIY Project: Halloween Ghost
With the arrival of October many things will change and I’m not referring only to the weather. I decided to post my general schedule for this month. As you probably know the university just started and I will be really busy. I am a student in the last year at the Faculty of Mathematics and… Continue reading Autumn Schedule
The apricot (Prunus armeniaca) was known in Armenia during ancient times and has been cultivated there for so long, it is so often thought to have originated there. However, the Vavilov center of origin locates the origin of the apricot’s domestication in the Chinese region, and other sources say the apricot was first cultivated in India… Continue reading 5 Benefits Of Apricot