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Quinoa – A Pseudocereal (Or Is That Keen-Wah?)

2013 was the International Year of Quinoa – as there hasn’t been a crop that’s had this honour since, perhaps it’s still not too late to consider quinoa. 853 more words

Adelaide Botanic Garden

Be a proper tourist in Copenhagen Part 2

Each time I visit Copenhagen I see so many new things. Realizing that I write a lot about Copenhagen in my blog, I wanna be your Copenhagen tour guide once again. 75 more words

Travel

Nature | Japanese Garden in May

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Growing Happiness: Bringing communities together with plants

In 1847 Birkenhead Park, designed by Joseph Paxton, opened with the aim of creating a ‘Park for the People’ – this was the first publicly funded park in the world. 746 more words

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The Chicago Botanic Garden Butterflies & Blooms Exhibition

Since retiring from a career in the travel industry spanning more than 25 years, Uta Staley has continued to travel recreationally throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia. 159 more words

Chicago

May 15, 2015 - [Friday] Anything Goes: Botanic

Glasgow, Scotland, taken on May 4, 2015

The Labour Day long weekend was a sunny one, a perfect opportunity for a first visit to the Glasgow Botanic Gardens. 33 more words

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