Trees play an important role on Earth. Without them, life here wouldn’t be possible. Some trees on Earth are the oldest organisms on our planet and show no sign of dying any time soon. Keep reading to check out seven of the oldest trees in the world.
There are many similarities between the terms; forests, woodlands and jungles… the main one being each contains trees… Wow now you’ve learned something new! Let’s take a look at the true descriptions of each and how to distinguish one from the other.
Did you know that tulips are edible? Or that they are the National Flower of Turkey and Afghanistan? Or what about the fact that tulips helped save the Netherlands from starving in WWII? Well, all that and more to come in these 5 Fun Facts About Tulips!
Oak trees are among the oldest nature species in the world, and there's no doubt a lot of fascinating things to learn about these ancient wonders. Even though you may see it as just a tree, there is a lot of fun facts about oak trees!
The Netherlands is certainly known for their tulips. These beautiful bulbs can get pricey, but you'll be thankful they aren't as expensive as they used to be! Find out what caused their worth to drop back down to a reasonable price!
Green tea is a healthy & tasty habit practiced around the world. Its long journey from harvest to cup explains why it is the top-notch tea among tea lovers. Check out this infographic and find out about the stages of green tea production - from harvesting and processing to packaging and labeling.
Among the top 5 most visited national parks, Yosemite has a bountiful amount of natural beauty to offer. With endless locations to hike, rock climb, and camp in, Yosemite is a nature lovers dream! There’s more to this park than meets the eye, so here are 30 facts about Yosemite!
When the time comes to decorate your home for the holiday season, it simply wouldn't be complete without mistletoe. While holly, ivy and poinsettia can often be seen at this time of year, mistletoe has its own special place over the front door.
In this world that is forever growing wackier and weirder by the day, why not include a “Take Your Houseplants for a Walk Day”? Well you’re in luck because it actually exists. So if you want to take your plants out for some fresh air - why not take part in this annual activity?
Christmas trees were first used in 1510 during festive celebrations in Latvia. Since then they have continued to gain in popularity across the world. There’s nothing more fun than decorating the tree for Christmas. Let’s learn more about the Christmas tree with these facts and figures.
Grass is a type of vegetation that is found all over the world. There are over 6,000 species of grass which even include rice, oats, and bamboo. Here are some fun facts about grass that will give you a whole new respect for it.