Many homeowners work very hard to grow an emerald green lawn in their front yard that is their neighbors' envy and owner's pride. Are you also one of them? If yes, then it must be frustrating for you to see the birds feed on the grass seeds. This is not only worrisome but also puts your effort and time to waste.
However, pick yourself up as you are not alone. Like you, I also went through the harrowing experience of seeing my hard work and my dream of a beautiful grass carpet being eaten up by birds.
You have probably come across the phrase ‘a rolling stone gathers no moss!’ When I was a child, I would go to the thickly forested area near my grandfather’s house. I used to look at different mosses. Some would be laid out like a lush carpet, and some would be on the trees like soft covering! I would touch it and loved the silky feel of it. Now, I know that moss is an incredibly resilient plant of the Bryophyte family.
Arizona is the kind of place that can give even the people known to have a green thumb a hard time. With temperatures soaring high, you might end up killing your plants more quickly than you usually would in most other places. However, that doesn’t mean gardening in Arizona is impossible. If you do find a place with a beautiful space for the garden, there is still hope! You can grow fruits, vegetables, and even try your hands at landscaping.
Why should you even have broccoli? Why not! It is a super-food! It is an excellent source of K and C Vitamins, folic acid, potassium, and fiber. Vitamin C is necessary for our well being. It builds collagen, which is crucial for forming body tissue and bone, healing cuts, and, as an antioxidant, protects our bodies from free radicals.
The mango is not just the favorite of fruits of most people in the world but it also finds favor with the artists, the poets, and the writers! There are hundreds of odes written to this luscious fruit. There are as many metaphors as there are varieties of mangoes in the world!