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Pineapple: Sharing is Caring!

Did you know that though pineapple is today available worldwide, it originated in a place between today’s Paraguay and Brazil? That means pineapples are native to South America before Christopher Columbus discovered them in 1493 and took the fruit back to Europe. Moreover, ancient civilizations like the Mayans and »

Pineapple Tips

Growing a pineapple is really easy. All you have to do is cut off the top of the pineapple and put it back in soil but before that, the crown has to be dried partially. Simply plant the top of the fruit and it will grow. Here are some handy »

Believe it or Not: Pineapples

Fresh pineapples contain 50 calories for each 100 gm serving. However, it contains 85% water and 13% carbohydrate with almost no fat or protein. Here are some more amazing facts about pineapples- • Pineapples regenerate! You can plant pineapple leaves to grow a new plant. • Pineapples are a cluster of hundreds »

Sharing Enigma is Caring/Care by Enigma:

In the early 1800s, the Dragon fruit was introduced to Asia by the French via Vietnam. Before this, it was a local food for Mexico, Central America and South America. Like every wonder of history, this fruit also holds a symbolic and mythological meaning. In the context of killing of »

Tips to farm Dragon

Still being an uncommon fruit its production needs a lot of care and awareness. An easy but technical approach might lead to success. Different fruit requires different techniques. Unique tips might help a hand in this case of dragon fruit. • Sandy soil is the best option for the production of »

Believe it or Not: Dragon Fruit

Alien, the word itself is an Enigma to the modern world. Imagine a red-fleshed and soft edible mass satisfying taste buds with its mesmerizing taste. Not only the taste but this pleases the vision all around. Having a minimal aesthetic look with its spiky thick petal-like protrusions the Dragon Fruit »

Sharing ‘Strawberries’ is Caring

In the late 18th century the first garden of strawberry was grown in Brittany, France. Less it was identified as an edible food more it was considered to be medicinal by the ancient Romans. Their poets also considered it as ornaments but never as a food to eat. By the »

The Red Gardening Tips

The producer wants to reap the best fruit out of the farm. Thus to ensure the best production of the strawberries certain tips could be beneficial. o Plant strawberries in spring or fall based on your growing zone. In-ground gardens, raised beds, and containers are all excellent growing areas. o »

Strawberries - Believe it or Not!

Spring, rebirth, righteousness, love etc. direct our senses towards a Red glance of a fruit. Necessarily it’s not a fruit but an accessory fruit made with mysteries in it. Yes, presenting the wow facts of Strawberries. It is not only the taste that makes it popular; the mystery around »

Pollinate: Sharing is caring

The process of transfer of pollen started around 130 to 150 million years ago. In general, it is the way of plant to continue its generation in ages. Millions of years passed, different species took birth and went for evolution with time. The aesthetic floral look we see is a »

Pollinator Tips

• Plant a pollinator-friendly garden with a variety of flowering plants to give a succession of bloom from spring to fall. This will provide pollinators with nectar and pollen to feed on all season long. • Include plants to feed all stages of pollinators’ life cycle. There are no butterflies without caterpillars! »