I looooove gardening! And I have a little backyard, so this would be ideal!

Total Yard Makeover on a Microscopic Budget

Raised Flower Beds with a Huge Fence as a Background.everyone seems to put these raised beds inside the yard, but I think I'd like them more outside the yard (plus it might be a clever way to make a shorter fence tall enough to keep the dogs in.

How to create a composting toilet system with a flush toilet, a worm-composting bin and a filter bed. Nothing is wasted and the garden is given nutrient dense organic matter.

outhouses peppers toilets plumbing, How to create a composting toilet system with a flush toilet, a worm-composting bin and a green filter bed. Nothing is wasted and the garden is given nutrient dense organic matter.

Jade Iceberg, Antarctica - Enormous hunks of ice break off from the ice shelf…

Marine ice - Jade and striped icebergs form when seawater freezes to the underside of massive ice shelves. When chunks of ice break off from the ice shelf and overturn, the jade underside is revealed.

les sculptures organiques de l'artiste Dan Lam

les sculptures organiques de l'artiste Dan Lam

dan lam's drippy sculptures ooze a curvaceous anatomy of spikey neon matter / art

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at Hunter College. His work

South Korea-based artist Seung-Hwan Oh doesn't just develop his photograp.

Soil Organic Matter Organic matter is 1-6% living biomass 10-20% humus of total soil mass active fraction 10-20% humus 60-80% “The living, the dead, ...

Soil Organic Matter Organic matter is living biomass humus of total soil mass active fraction humus “The living, the dead, .

Tree bark - links to growth and evolution theme and I love the intricate detail.

Tree bark - links to growth and evolution. The detail created by pure nature is incredible, and no tree is the same.

A light micrograph of a thin slice through a cup fungus called Peziza. It grows on decaying wood and organic matter and reproduces itself by producing ascospores.

Pattern: A light micrograph of a thin slice through a cup fungus called Peziza. It grows on decaying wood and organic matter and reproduces itself by producing ascospores.

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