, I wanted to share something from my past that when I was a teenager I have never been a nature lover. I was a carefree person who only wanted to be around my surfing friends just wanted to have fun and was way too far from the real mesmerizing world of flora. When I turned 20 I just started loving nature, plants, the whole green world, and a lot more.

I started learning about botanical names of every tree and plant whether I had it in the garden or not and I got to know about global warming that planting trees may help in the reduction of the destruction of this world.

Trees help fight climate change. As trees grow, they help stop climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the air, storing carbon in the trees and soil, and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. Trees provide many benefits to us, every day.

Here I’m just sharing an old picture of one of my favorite plants, its a picture called African spruce. The African-spruce is an evergreen tree with little white flowers that grow in clusters of three.

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  1. This is so, I should know, since I spend most of my life indoors, as “circumstances alter cases.” Some days I can literally catch a few rays of sunshine when a whole lot of things need to happen for me to actually get to it, just for the memory and the vitamin D 3. I’m not complaining, I had a good and full life.

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