Modeled after the Wardian cases first built for growing ferns in the early 1800s, this terrarium creates a warm, humid environment that encourages plant growth, no matter what the temperature outside. The terrarium is crafted from wrought iron with a pointed arch and cutout trefoil motifs. The glass doors close to help seal in moisture. Really unique indoor piece. Found at Gump’s also at Smith&Hawken. I like it's tall enough for the moth orchid!
6. Chinese Evergreen Boasting green leaves streaked with white or yellow, the tropical Chinese evergreen is one of the most durable plants you can grow, and has even been described as ‘almost foolproof’! These plants thrive in medium to low light, or indirect sunlight. Although the Chinese evergreen prefers the warm temperatures and humid conditions of the bathroom, it’s flexible enough to tolerate other environments… [read more]
(page 1 of 3) Root cellars are for keeping food supplies at a low temperature and steady humidity. They keep food from freezing during the winter and keep food cool during the summer months to prevent spoilage. Typically, a variety of vegetables are placed in the root cellar in the autumn, after harvesting. A secondary use for the root cellar is as a place in which to store wine or home-made alcoholic beverages. Vegetables stored in the root cellar primarily consist of potatoes, turnips…
"Bus 2 from Miskolc journeys 7km southward to the quaint resort of Miskolc-Tapolca, whose waters have been used in cures since the 16th century. The Cave Bath consists of a series of pools in a natural cave system. The water temperature ranges between 27ºC and 31ºC, there’s a waterfall or ‘thrashing shower’, and the humid air is reputedly good for bronchial complaints." Hungary: the Bradt Guide; www.bradtguides.com
Margaret Roach has been writing about gardening for many years. She has a 2.3-acre garden in Massachusetts and shares helpful info like this VEGETABLE-STORAGE chart from the University of Wisconsin on her blog. Very helpful!
1/17/2016 Fruit Tree Orchards Huelva, Spain 37.714546°, -6.532834° Fruit trees swirl on the hills of Huelva, Spain. The climate here is ideal for this growth with an average temperature of 17.8° C (64° F) and a relative humidity between 60% and 80%.