These plants are visually appealing and have a high aesthetic value. Some of the care they require is more difficult to provide, but it will be worthwhile in the end. It's an excellent houseplant because it's an orchid, although orchids aren't as commonly utilized as other plants. Getting your hands on one can be difficult, but once you do, you'll be in love. It is also … [Read more...] about Meet The Cradle of Venus: One of the World’s Most Beautiful and Rare Orchids!
Homes & Gardens
Aibek Almasov, an architect with the A.Masow Design Studio, created a proposal for a contemporary spiritual retreat that would be situated in a forest in the highlands of Almaty, Kazakhstan. The "Tree in the House" idea features a cylindrical, four-story glass chamber with a tree enclosed in the middle. Visitors to the "tree house" can reach the tall area by spiraling upward … [Read more...] about Within a Kazakh Forest, a Transparent House was Constructed Around a Tree
"I don't know what to tell my kids and nobody wants to tour my garden anymore." The internet has been surprised and pleased by a blossoming bubble-bathing cactus, which grew unexpected appendages as a result of one biologist's botanical endeavors. The artwork in question is a prickly diptych titled "bathing ladies," which the artist later changed because the bathing cactus … [Read more...] about Biologist’s Cactus Planter Switches To “Bathing Lady” Role, Sprouting Blossoming Penis
Iceberg Alley, which stretches from the Arctic to the southeast coast of the island of Newfoundland, is the ideal location for iceberg viewing - even from your kitchen window while cooking the local favorite 'Jiggs supper.' You'll never run out of icebergs to see if you live in Canada's Iceberg Alley. And when the sea ice melts in the spring, they'll appear even more … [Read more...] about Iceberg Alley: A View of Enormous Icebergs Drifting in Front of Your Window
Nepenthes pudica uses underground pitchers to make delicious ant soup. As far as botanical animals go, carnivorous pitcher plants are pretty badass (some of them devour salamanders, so there), and they just got a whole lot more metal as scientists have for the first time discovered a nepenthes species that gorges underground. The underground predator, which captures ants and … [Read more...] about Indonesian Scientists Discovered The World’s First Carnivorous Pitcher Plants That Feed Underground