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Planters from Scrap Wood & Steel

Planters from Scrap Wood & Steel

As you can see we have a wealth of scrap wood at Chemical 14, neatly organized into this disaster When we bought the building about ten years ago we had to do some pretty major structural work due to termite activity and as a result we ended up with a lot of old growth heart

Plant Structure and Adaptations

Plant Structure and Adaptations

Captioning is on. Click CC button at bottom right to turn off. Follow us on Twitter (@amoebasisters) and Facebook! Plants might not seem all that exciting and you might wonder, ”Why must I learn about plants?” But plants are so important for life—they are producers which means that they are the main support for food

Growing A Jungle In My New York Apartment

Growing A Jungle In My New York Apartment

SUMMER RAYNE OAKES: I think my friends and strangers alike, like they come into my house and they don’t even say anything at first, it’s just kind of like the jaw drop. SUMMER RAYNE OAKES: Hey there. Welcome to my apartment. COMM: This is Summer – an environmentalist, model and author, who has over 500

Dollar Tree DIY – 💕 Spring Home Decor Ideas💕

Dollar Tree DIY – 💕 Spring Home Decor Ideas💕

Hey, Guys. Welcome back to my channel. Today, I’m going to show you how I made these really pretty terrariums for my kitchen windowsill using items that I purchased from Dollar Tree. So if you’re interested, then just keep watching. For this project, I used three of the glass candle-holders, two of the fishbowl candle-holders

You May Talk, but Can Plants Hear?

You May Talk, but Can Plants Hear?

Plant communication is complex and subtle. Plant scientists have discovered that signals can travel using light, chemicals and electricity, but there may be other senses that we have missed. Stefano Mancuso and his team have published a study in which they try to identify other pathways of communication between plants. Two hypotheses were specifically tested:

Introducing Google Tulip

Introducing Google Tulip

Hello, nice to meet you. The Netherlands produce about 50% of all flowers in the world. The most famous one of all? The tulip of course. Flowers are really remarkable organisms. We’ve know for decades that they can actually communicate to each other through their root system. For the past 2 years, Wageningen University has