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History of Bonsai

Posted by on Sep 30, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The basis of bonsai is to recreate in miniature the beauty of giant trees found the wild.

Most people think that the gardening art of bonsai originated in Japan but it actually comes from China where it is also known as pensai or penjing. Around two thousand years ago, the Chinese began to plant trees and shrubs in wooden and ceramic trays, flowerpots and chunks of rock beginning this popular trend.

Early civilizations had great interest in creating gardens. According to historians, the traditions of Chinese gardening can be traced back to 3500 years ago. The Egyptians and Persians also practiced this art and their Hanging Gardens of Babylon are proof of this. Some of the most famous Egyptian monuments where surrounded by small trees in stone pockets. It is no secret to most people that Arab countries appreciated their gardens, as can be seen in ancient Moorish palaces like Granada.

The Chinese have written hundreds of texts on horticulture. It is believed that they began using air layering, grafting and seed spreading techniques from as early as AD 500.

Grass Seeds

Posted by on Sep 24, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Growing a beautiful lawn to some is a passionate hobby. To others, keeping the lawn trimmed is simply another household task.  One of the most important elements for all lawns is grass seed. But you are probably wondering, how long does it take for grass seed to grow? The answer is: not very long.  All you actually need is grass seeds, lawn fertilizer, a lawnmower and a bit of patience.

Before you begin planting the lawn, remember that it will be a wonderful green space that will function as the basis for your gardening. Choose a seed appropriate for your soil and climate. Keep in mind that we only have two seasons in Panama, rainy and summer so pick one suitable for hot temperatures and excessive rain.

Planting grass seed on a well-prepared area with good soil and drainage will result in a green, thin lawn in a week. After two weeks, you will begin to notice that the grass will be taller and possibly thicker. Mowing the grass at this point with the lawnmower will be beneficial as it will force the grass plants to grow more leaves and become thicker. After approximately three weeks, your lawn will be ready for regular mowing and low traffic. A beautiful green lawn takes about a month to appear.

Extra tip: Be careful with herbicides as they might leave large bare patches in your lawn. Choose natural organic solutions like neem if you have fungal, bacterial or pest intruders.

Surround Yourself with Nature

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whether you are an environmentalist or simply someone who enjoys spending time outdoors, living with nature doesn’t have to be a challenging endeavor.  Nature can be an enjoyable space of positive energy without the help of modern tools. Continue reading below to find out what steps you should take when retreating in the comfort of Mother Nature.

First, select an area that will allow you to relax temporarily.

Decide whether you will keep some modern conveniences or if you want to be completely self-sufficient with nature.

Have a variety of nature guides available (books, articles, etc.) They can help you identify food and provide important safety information.

Carefully explore your surroundings.

Build an edible garden if you are planning to remain living with nature for an extended period of time.

Gather rainwater by using clean barrels.

Keep you environment clean. Respect its natural state.

Storing Cilantro

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Cilantro, a tropical herb also known by many as coriander is used in almost Panamanian kitchens for extra flavor and appeal. Unfortunately, it is delicate and spoils easily if not consumed quickly or carefully stored. This blog aims to teach you how to store cilantro properly so that it can be consumed a week or even months after bought.

The first step is to take the bundle apart and wash the leaves as soon as you get home.

Get rid of any unsuitable leaves and re-bundle the stems in the same direction.

Fill a medium sized container with cool water.

Remove ½ inch from the bottom of the stem with the help of a knife.

Place the cilantro in in the container with water similarly to how you would place roses in a vase.

Loose place a paper bag over the container and cilantro and refrigerate at forty five degrees.

Repeat these steps daily until you have consumed all of the cilantro, or for a maximum of 10 days.

Other effective methods for storing cilantro (for even longer periods of time) are drying it or freezing cups of an ice tray with cilantro leaves.

Lemon Trees

Posted by on Sep 22, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Lemon trees are popularly grown in Panama for the value of their fruit, as well as for the decorative attractiveness of their flowers, leaves, flowers and fruit. Our country is full of them because they grow best in warm, tropical climates.

The lemons produced from the tree are usually used to add flavor to traditional recipes, as decoration element or to make refreshing lemonade.

Interestingly, lemon trees in the isthmus have been cultivated for thousands of years, and have gained incredible commercial importance and popularity for home use.  They produce a yellow citrus fruit recognized for its tart flavor and acidic juice with a distinctive round shape that has pointed areas at its two ends. The trees grow to be approximately twenty feet high and usually have dark green, oblong leaves and spikes on their branches.

It is believed that lemon trees come from India and where brought to American around the mid-1700s.

Are you looking for lemon trees? Come to our nursery Flor de la Pintada located approximately 10 minutes from Penonome.

3 Reasons why you should eat a Tomato Right Now

Posted by on Sep 19, 2013 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Tomatoes are delicious, flavorful and juicy. Almost everyone likes them, right? Yes. But what is most amazing about them is that they are above everything one of the most beneficial foods anyone can pick. There are various reasons to stop what you are doing and go to your nearest local market and buy some tomatoes.

Continue reading below to find out what makes the tomato a very healthy choice.

  1. It is full vitamins and minerals. One cup of ripe tomatoes has Vitamins A, C, B6, K, potassium and even folate. This amazing fruit is not only low in calories, saturated fat and cholesterol but promotes good health from its other components like magnesium, copper, phosphorus, thiamin and niacin.
  2. One serving of tomatoes gives you fiber and relatively high water content making it a filling snack.
  3. Tomatoes make your skin beautiful. They contain lycopene (which prevents wrinkles) and ß- Carotene that protects against sun damage.