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Moss....... with a tiny fern..i love this idea...for any room in the house…

Guttation is the exudation of tiny drops of sap that accumulate on the tips or edges of leaves and acts as a release valve for excess water pushed up from the roots.

I Have always had an obsession with fungi. Their structure has such a complexity and is so delicate. Have always loved photographing it. Along with the rest of nature...... SD

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30 Magical Fairy Gardens

Glass mushrooms made from glass bowls and vases found at the thrift store. Would paint with glow in the dark paint!

Dragons Blood Trees: they are endan­gered by the grad­ual warm­ing and dry­ing of Soca­tra, a United Nations World Her­itage Site located near the Horn of Africa and Yemen. In ancient times the deep red resin derived from the tree was used as a dye, tooth­paste, astrin­gent and rheuma­tism med­i­cine. It still pro­vides var­nish for vio­lins, among other uses.

Teacup gardens from felted flowers,mushrooms,toadstools grasses and ponds pretty but minimal,modern contemporary designs ,cute ,japan style kawaii

Teacup gardens from felted flowers,mushrooms,toadstools grasses and ponds pretty but minimal,modern contemporary designs ,cute ,japan style kawaii

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15 Rare, Exotic & Amazing Plant Species

Pelican Flower (Aristolochia grandiflora) These flowers are almost beautiful in their strangeness, with big inflated chambers instead of petals and intricate, colorful patterns of veins. But don’t get too close, or you won’t be able to get the dead mouse smell out of your nose for hours. No, this plant isn’t a carnivorous rat-eater like the Nepenthes attenboroughii – it just uses a decaying rodent smell to attract pollinators.

You Can Grow An Entire Garden Using Nothing But Vegetable Scraps. Here's How ... http://www.wimp.com/zombie-gardening-regrow-hack/

mycobratpack: Naming issues with the Russian Leather Waxcap: Okay, so, illustrated above is a mushroom that is common EVERY YEAR in our redwood forests throughout CA, and with other trees farther north. It is called Camarophyllus russocoriaceus by almost everyone, and that name is good in the sense that everyone understands what you’re talking about: a small, waxy-cap like fungus, white overall sometimes with pink or yellow tones, and a strong odor of cedar. However, that name originally…