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Metal chair by hot coloured border with Crocosmia, Canna, Dahlia and Kniphofia at Wollerton Old Hall, Shropshire - © Clive Nichols/GAP Photo...

Metal chair by hot coloured border with Crocosmia, Canna, Dahlia and Kniphofia at Wollerton Old Hall, Shropshire - © Clive Nichols/GAP Photo...

118 Likes, 10 Comments - Homestead Design Collective (@homesteaddesigncollective) on Instagram: “Nigella hispanica 'African Bride' + Blue Fescue in our meadow planting at /sunsetmag/ 's test…”

118 Likes, 10 Comments - Homestead Design Collective (@homesteaddesigncollective) on Instagram: “Nigella hispanica 'African Bride' + Blue Fescue in our meadow planting at /sunsetmag/ 's test…”

Why be traditional, when you can be original? Create your very own custom engagement ring with Taylor & Hart. Get inspired by this oval pink sapphire with diamond baguettes and trapezoids set in rose gold.

Why be traditional, when you can be original? Create your very own custom engagement ring with Taylor & Hart. Get inspired by this oval pink sapphire with diamond baguettes and trapezoids set in rose gold.

Swiss cheese plants' iconic leaves help them to avoid stress, according to a US scientist.    Their familiar hole-riddled leaves allow the plants to capture sunlight more regularly, his research suggests.    The counterintuitive idea explains how such plants can survive in shady rainforests.    Commonly grown as house plants, they are found in the wild from southern Mexico to Colombia.

Why cheese plants are full of holes

Swiss cheese plants' iconic leaves help them to avoid stress, according to a US scientist. Their familiar hole-riddled leaves allow the plants to capture sunlight more regularly, his research suggests. The counterintuitive idea explains how such plants can survive in shady rainforests. Commonly grown as house plants, they are found in the wild from southern Mexico to Colombia.

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