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Versailles: The Palace Is Yours

Château De Versailles is now offering a private virtual tour of the former home of French royalty.  Have the palace all to yourself. Get up close and personal with the kings and queens who lived at Versailles. The Hall of Mirrors, Palace of Versailles The gardens of Versailles are some of the largest and most spectacular in the world and contain 372 statues, 55 water features and 600 fountains. Featured Exhibitions: Stories From The Palace | From fun facts to long reads about Versilles Artworks Up Close | Explore the palaces art and design, from royal portraits to iconic interiors  Never-Seen-Before-Content | Enter in a new dimension with brand new 3D models, virtual tours and RV experiences Enter HERE to experience a virtual tour...

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How To Grow A Mini Meadow

How To Grow A Mini Meadow A meadow brings the charm of untamed nature into the garden space. You don’t need to live in a pastoral landscape to enjoy the boundless beauty of wildflowers at home.  The main feature of a mini-meadow is a diverse mix of easy to grow low-maintenance annuals like zinnias, red poppies, cosmos, sunflowers, plains coreopsis and queen annes lace.  There are three main methods for growing a mini meadow: 1. Create an area from scratch on a patch of bare soil.  2. Enhance an existing lawn or empty garden bed.  3. Sow seeds in pots, containers and window boxes.  Once you’ve got a sunny area picked out, the next step is to prepare the area...

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Shinrin-Yoku 森林浴 Forest Bathing

Enchanted Forest of Yakushima, Japan Shinrin-yoku ( 森林浴 ) — which literally translates to “forest bath”—is the Japanese practice of “bathing” oneself in nature with the intention of receiving therapeutic benefits. Beginning in Japan in the 1980s (the word itself was coined by the Japanese Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in 1982), the practice of shinrin-yoku has since spread widely across the planet—there is now a wide range of guided tours operating within Japan that teach the benefits of forest therapy. The main feature of a mini-meadow is a diverse mix of easy to grow low-maintenance annuals like zinnias, red poppies, cosmos, sunflowers, plains coreopsis and queen annes lace.  Bamboo forest of Arashiyama - Kyoto, Japan Nature continually invites you...

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