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360 VR garden and greenhouses tours
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Whenever I travel to a new place I always try to visit local botanical garden and to do a blog post about it. So far I've been only taking photos and sharing ...

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Another pineapple movie… or how to grow your own pineapples at home
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Pineapple is probably the optimal exotic fruit anyone can grow indoors anywhere. Easy to plant, easy to grow and will produce a juicy, sweet pineapple within ...

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My tropical urban jungle… counted and classified
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Jungles is another word for "many tropical plants in one place" so urban jungle is the right description of our apartment. But how many are many in my case? I ...

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How to avoid flies in your newly potted plants
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Whenever you are using organically rich soil for potting or repotting, in most cases just a few days later you will see myriads of small flies crawling in your ...

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Lankester Botanical Garden, Costa Rica
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Our last day of Costa Rica trip definitely wasn't a lazy one. We woke up early to meet our new local friend Erick Matamoros - a great freelancing photographer ...

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A stroll in home jungles
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Follow me on a short 8min video stroll through our home-grown jungles, our tropics at home on a couple of square meters. This is my entire, well almost, ...

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Greenhouses of the world: Nice, France, “The Green Diamond”
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Having a stopover in the third busiest airport in France, Nice Côte d'Azur Airport? Or spending your vacation on French Riviera? Plan a couple of hours before ...

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Greenhouses of the world: Copenhagen Palm House
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When in Copenhagen, Denmark, you can easily enhance your city stroll with a quick trip to a tropical rain forest. You will find it in The Palm House in ...

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Taking plant time-lapse
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Taking time-lapse of your home plants is a way of bringing their hasteless time scale into our own, human one. We know they are moving. We notice them growing ...

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The Best Tropical Garden Hotels – Hotel Bougainvillea, San José, Costa Rica
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4-stars hotel with 41.000 sqm (10 acres) of sustainable tropical garden to explore in San José, Costa Rica. More than 1000 tropical plant species.

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