It looks like Elle King has her new favorite PlantOGram! The star singer posted a photo on Instagram of her new Cotton Candy Mango Tree that fit in perfectly with her bevy of other plants. We think it makes a fine addition to the collection. Thanks Elle for using PlantOGram and encouraging others to love your Mother Earth!
Seen on BestGifts.com, Sabina Hitchen talks about all the trendiest items to give your favorite makers and creators. Gifts that will support and celebrate them. Thank you for including PlantOGram.com in the top picks for Best Gifts! read more here>
Season 11 of Real Housewives of Atlanta. Tonight's episode talks about Gregg having Cancer and wanting to explore options to healing himself. Talking to the award winning Song writer, producer Toni Braxton about options Gregg receives his first PlantOGram. What tree did he get? Read here
Apples don’t always have to be turned into pies… Food Network Chef Dave Lieberman shares his famous Apple Cumble Recipe that will have your Thanksgiving desert the most talked about item on the table this year!
Halloween is a couple of days away and if you didn't get to make it down to the Pumpkin patch.. no biggie! This year lot of people have been spotted carving all kinds of tropical fruits from Herman Monster Jackfruit, Avocado Skulls to Pineapple lanterns and lets not forget the Dragon fruit Owl. All seen on the Today Show
Fupping.com had included PlantOGram gifts as one of the best gifts to gift your precious Granddaughter this year. Gifting your granddaughter a PlantOGram Anna Apple tree is a gift that she will never forget about. From the moment it arrives in a gorgeous 5-foot box, reading the card that her grandparents took the time to find the perfect words down to the I love you’s.
When this tree is removed from box your granddaughter will be left with amazement. An apple tree just for her, gifting her health, wealth and happiness for evermore. This amazing full of life tree can be grown anywhere in the world and still produce beautiful, full-size fruits that will be handy as she gets older experimenting with baking fresh apple pies.
Ever heard of the dragon fruit? Dragon fruit or pitaya is a tropical fruit that has huge amounts of health benefits to offer. Depending on its species, it can be sweet or sour. It is usually smaller than a cantaloupe, red in color and covered with spiky structures. This fruit is a great source of vitamin C , phosphorus and also of the much needed fatty acids.
We welcome the GuaMango fruit tree! It's a Mango tree that produces mango fruit that taste like a guava fruit!
The GuaMango is a semi dwarf variety grown in a 3 gallon container. The GuaMango (pronounced Gwa-Mango) tree is a gorgeous, leafy lush green when ready to fruit this beautiful specimen will put out astounding bushels of flowers that will then produce pink blush colored fruit (color of the inside of a guava fruit) taste of a guava with a fiber less mango flavor. (This flavor is described as a Rose’ compilation with an extra hint of sweetness added.) This gorgeous tree can be kept indoors (being a dwarf variety), makes a great addition to any space and still harvest fruit from.
If you’ve never heard of turmeric latte, then get ready to be amazed, because your morning coffee is about to be challenged by a decaffeinated latte that works wonders. Quite a few European cities in the past months, and turmeric latte has wormed its way into hip and healthy cafes in cities such as Paris or Amsterdam this year.
"Your drink of choice 2017 "
The wellness-feeling of turmeric lattes derives from its nutritional benefits: it is full of nutrients, antioxidants, and delicious, warming flavors.
Recipe for Golden Latte:
2 cups of oat milk or unsweetened almond milk
1 teaspoon of turmeric
1 teaspoon of raw honey (or coconut syrup if vegan)
1 cinnamon stick or ½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon
3 cardamon pods
a small pinch of ground or fresh ginger
a small pinch of pepper
Add the almond milk to a small pot and heat on low temperature.
Add the turmeric, cinnamon stick, cardamon pods, raw honey or coconut syrup, and pepper and stir frequently for about 3 minutes until the milk is warm, but not boiling.
Remove from heat and take out the cinnamon stick. You can reuse it a couple of time. Strain the milk either through a strainer or small colander.
Froth the top of the milk for a few seconds with a milk frother.