Want to purify the air in your home? According to NASA, these 15 hard to kill indoor houseplants cleanses the air in any area of your home (bedrooms, offices, bathroom, etc). From Boston Ferns to Peace Lily plants, add any of these for a healthier home. #lowmaintenanceplants #plants #planttipsandtricks
Have you ever looked around your space and felt that it was just missingÃÂ something? Ã°ÂÂÂ Ã¢ÂÂ¡Ã¯Â¸ÂÃ°ÂÂÂ¡ Luckily for us there are people out there like Brittany Leonardelli who are here to help in the most unexpected of ways! Ã°ÂÂÂ¿Ã°ÂÂÂ± Brittany is the founder ofÃÂ @PlantingBlissCo #planttips #planttipsandtricks #plantcare #plantcaretips #plantcareisselfcare #planthelp #indoorplantcare #livingwithplants #interiorplants #interiorplant #interiorplantdesign #houseplants #torontoplants #overwatering #Inte
Last year I told myself, âI need to get my hands on a fiddle leaf fig tree.â Â The key word being âneed,â of course. Â So, I searched high and low. Â I asked friends to keep an out for me. Â I looked at home stores, grocery stores, IKEA and more. Â Nothing, nada, zilch. Nevertheless, I did...Read More Â»
The flavors I can (sort of) read are listed. Top row is vanilla, bitter chocolate, matcha, black sesame, and strawberry. The next down is plum blossom, ?, edamame, azuki, ? miso, and ?. Below that, yuzu beer, ? tofu, mikan, ?, and wasabi. Next down is pineapple, mango, ? melon, ? melon, purple yam, and ?. Below that is rose, grape, lavender, banana, and milk caramel. The bottom row is roasted peanut, cappuccino, blueberry yogurt, strawberry milk, chocolate milk, and matcha milk.