For this garden you’ll need some snail shells that you may find in any garden, some soil and tiny succulents. Take your plants and put some into each shell. Fill it with soil and water; now you can decorate your window sills with this mini garden and enjoy nature in your home, though the autumn is coming, your garden will be always with you.
Say Hello to the Tree That Eats Metal http://www.takepart.com/article/2014/05/27/tree-that-eats-metal The idea of deploying plants in the fight for cleaner ecosystems is not new; using them for the purpose of extracting metals from contaminated soil started to get popular in the 1990s. Environmental remediation with plants may be more attractive in developing countries because of the low cost—there’s even the potential to pay for the effort by selling the extracted metals.
Epsom Salt as Plant Fertilizer - Encourage green growth on your house plants by applying a solution of 2 tablespoons salt to 1 gallon water once a month. Magnesium and sulfur from the salt make leaves grow bushier and encourage flowering plants to bloom more often.