Ik was eigenlijk zelf verbaasd te zien dat deze bloempjes van #Viburnum tinus van dichtbij toch duidelijk al ‘schade’ hebben. Als je de struik op zijn geheel bekijkt valt dat helemaal niet op en heb je het idee dat hij de hele winter volop bloeit. In de tuin. #plants#plantlove#nature#garden#gardening#flowers.
💛🌾"If I'm worth anything later, I'm worth something now. For wheat is wheat, even if people think it is a grass in the beginning." -Vincent Van Gogh 💛🌾 Materials used: #2 pencil for the sketch, Crayola color pencils and a reference photo ✍💚
@kokedamabycarla is hosting a giveaway!
If you love succulents head on over or even f you haven’t owned any and would like to have a chance at trying your hand, head on over to their page find the above photo (the original one of this picture) follow the it rules and you too will be entered!
Meet Rain Parker @8owlsfarmstead from Brevard, North Carolina, USA 🇺🇸 “I got inspired to grow food in 2010. I wanted to cultivate better health and a lifestyle that made me happy. At the time I weighed 300 pounds and didn’t want to anymore. I had a lot of health issues and anxiety and depression as well. I needed to design a totally different life than my desk job provided me. I needed very different sort of foods landing on my plate… and even better yet - ones that required some exercise to land there.
My wife Temica and I began to transition into permaculture in 2015, so at this time we are busy installing our permaculture design and planting a two acre forest garden. That is mostly made up of fruit and nut trees, berry bushes and perennial edibles. However, we do still grow a lot of annuals around those spaces. We are both paleo for the most part, so we grow a little bit of everything that fits into our diets. I have been able to keep off the 150 pounds I lost by transitioning into growing more of my own food.
We operate a no till system and find that it does a lot for our soil health. We are beyond organic in practice and spray absolutely nothing on our plants. We use chickens and rabbits for manure, generate a lot of compost, and are big fans of cover cropping.
Our homestead is an educational space, so we host workshops, immersions and events for women who want to homestead or begin practicing permaculture. We use our space to talk to people that are interested in losing weight by transitioning from city life to homestead life. We have created a good community here where people get inspired to grow real food and heal their land.
Our beautiful planet is in a bit of peril from the things humans have been putting it through for a long time. I also think that a lot of people’s health is suffering from lifetimes of poor eating and exercise habits. I think permaculture has the potential to make a huge impact on our planet and its people if folks would just give it a chance. If more people would take the time required to come to understand it and cultivate the patience to implement it. It has certainly made a massive impact on my own life and land.”
Amazing shot by Bianca @fitness_bianca with the brand new issue of our sister magazine @mantramagazine (also vegan).
This issue of MANTRA is filled with self-care articles, wellness, travel, meditation and yoga, herbs and spices, plant-based recipes and a 30-day reset guide. Have you picked up your copy yet? You can find MANTRA at every major grocery store chains in America + Walmart, Target and Barnes & Noble.
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Here's #tbt to my delicious smoothie jar 💚 it's been ages I haven't clicked my smoothie jars and seeing this I miss them.
Do you ??? Would you like to see some of my old and new creations .... Yay or Nay ??? Hope you all are having a great time.
Have a long shift today so Catch you later.
Happy Friday ❤
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