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Kalanchoe leaf growing its own roots and leaves

Its amazing that some plant leaves can grow its own roots and leaves!! This Kalanchoe leaf is growing its own roots and leaves!!

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Metal Tube Peanut Bird feeder

I wanted to build a peanut feeder which turned out to be fairly easier than I thought. As a bird watcher, I always get to see a lot of House Finches, Mourning Doves, Sparrows, Red-tailed Hawks, Mallard Ducks, Black Pheobes in my backyard but not so much of the nut loving birds!!

I had to buy a chicken wire

2 round plaques(4″*4″)

and a copper wire. Also need a driller, and 3 zip ties.

Rolled up the chicken wire to the inner size of the plaques and tied zip ties on three parts

Then drilled tiny holes on both the plaques

Then thread the copper wire through the first one and tied a knot at the bottom and then pulled it through the rolled up chicken wire and placed the second plaque on top of the chicken wire and pulled the copper wire through the drilled hole and tied it on top and made a loop to hang it up.

Then push a couple of bamboo sticks diagonally across as a perch.

I added the raw peanuts first but they were too small so instead i got the shelled peanuts and they seem to be perfect and its attracting Blue Jays and Mockingbirds!!

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Growing Pineapple

I bought pineapple a while ago even though i am not a big fan of that fruit. After consuming it, i saved the top crown part and saved it. Pineapples are a type of bromeliad so i wanted to grow the plant from the top part.

I left in the water for 6 weeks or so changing water periodically when it gets muggy.

Eventually after 6 weeks it started sprouting out roots in the stem part & new leaves started growing too.

Once the roots grew out i planted it in soil outside. Now its been over an year and it is growing healthy.

I tried growing a second one too a while ago, that also successfully grew roots and planted that in the soil & now its well established too.

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