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The sun is a powerful element and greatly affects how our gardens grow. From the Winter solstice until the Spring equinox—when day and night are of equal length—do you know how many more minutes of sunlight we get, day by day as we go from Winter to Spring? Get the answer now in Wit, Wisdom & Learning: 15 practical stories for becoming a better gardener!
You’ll learn so many facts about how the sun not only affects your garden but also affects your body and your moods—and with the backdrop of stories about how the sun was observed by a variety of ancient cultures.
And then there’s the wind! Discover why we need the wind—and how the force and stress of the wind creates “reaction wood” in trees, an essential component for hearty trees!
Clouds, too, are good and important for our atmosphere and environment—sure, everyone loves a full-sun day, but did you know that clouds of various types cover two-thirds of our planet at any given moment? Discover which plants thrive with the right amount of shade. And learn about a geo-engineering initiative by some scientists to manufacture clouds with technology as a way to combat climate change.
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When you read this FREE guide Wit, Wisdom & Learning: 15 practical stories for becoming a better gardener now, you’ll learn about petrichor—that’s the aromatic earthy smell in your garden after a good rain. Discover why it’s called “petrichor” and what specifically causes it.
You’ll also learn about springtails—also known as “jumping dirt”—and why these tiny pinhead-sized bugs are ubiquitous in your garden soil. Discover why beets have the taste of dirt for some people; and for others, a genetic sensitivity is what creates a natural dislike for Brussels sprouts. Who knew!
And when it comes to gardening chemistry, knowing about chlorophyll—what makes grass, lettuce, spinach, and unripe tomatoes green—and photosynthesis is a great refresher of the basics from high-school botany and chemistry.
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Did you know that walnut trees have a brown pigment called juglone, a chemical whose primary function is to kill encroaching neighbors? Talk about protecting personal space!
Or that asters and goldenrod are toxic to yellow poplar and Virginia pine? And that ragweed, hawkweed, timothy grass, and buttercups attack sugar maples? Learn all about the gardening science of companion planting of trees in Wit, Wisdom & Learning: 15 practical stories for becoming a better gardener now!
And get a pointed perspective about “the secret garden”—and how all life’s circumstances, from hot days to outright neglect, can make your garden wilt. Plus, the origins of the “victory garden” and all about urban gardening!
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Did you know that a “foot” of measurement was standardized by British royalty, going back to William the Conqueror’s son almost a thousand years ago? But that the “foot” as a measurement has origins going back a lot further in history to the Parthenon, Stonehenge, and Hadrian’s Wall?
And then there’s Gunter’s chain, furlongs, fathoms, and flamingos as units of measurement—do you know about all these and what they mean?
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Plus, learn all about the exotic pineapple! That they are native to South America—and when they arrived in Europe, only the wealthy could afford them! Get this fun article about the history of, and fascination with, pineapples.
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