How to Create a Beautiful Lawn Without Botanicals
In the last few years, we’ve seen a huge uptick in the use of botanical gardens, often on reclaimed land.
Botanical gardens are a great way to use land that’s not currently being used, but you’ll need to be mindful of the environmental impact.
For example, if you’re planning to plant plants in a park or parkway, the garden can become a potential source of toxic runoff into the surrounding waterways, which is one of the main reasons why they’re banned in many places.
In addition, you can get sick from ingesting toxic chemicals when you consume plants grown at botanical nurseries, which are usually not monitored or monitored closely.
The problem with botanical plants, however, is that they tend to be pretty toxic.
One of the most popular botanical herbs is Artemisia annua, a poisonous flowering plant that’s grown in gardens across the United States.
This is the reason why many gardeners, even if they know that there are no harmful effects from eating it, still do it, according to one of our gardeners.
“I used to do it and I’m sick from it now,” said the gardening enthusiast.
“Because it’s toxic, it makes me sick.
I can’t eat anything with it anymore.”
It’s important to be careful about consuming toxic plants, but it can be done.
This article originally appeared on Newsweek.com and is republished with permission.