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live grass wallpapers. Much like flamingos and carrots, grass contains a special pigment that gives it a green color. green grass wallpaper. This pigment is called chlorophyll. green grass wallpaper. Chlorophyll is used during photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is a process that takes places when a plant uses sunlight to turn carbon dioxide and water into sugar. green grass wallpaper. Unlike animals, which have to hunt for their food, plants can create their own food using sunlight. If you remove most plants from sunlight, they cannot produce food and will eventually die.

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grass live wallpaper. So what makes chlorophyll green? Every object on Earth has its own color. The light from the sun appears white, but is actually made up of a full spectrum of colors: red, orange, blue, etc. When white light hits an object, the object absorbs some colors and reflects others. When we look at an object, the color we see is the color the object reflects. green grass wallpaper. The sky absorbs all the colors except blue, which it reflects. This is why the sky appears blue on a sunny day. Similarly, grass appears green because it absorbs all the wavelengths of white light except green. Green is reflected off the grass. When the green wavelength reaches our eyes, we see grass as green. we also have other wallpaper of landscape ready as lwp for you.

Green Landscaping See how you can take the environment into account when landscaping your yard! These green landscaping ideas cover what to plant in your landscape, how to water it, and tips to reducing chemicals, pollution, and garden waste. Going “green” in your yard means a lot more than the color of your lawn. In fact, you may not always want your lawn to look so green! (Hint: It uses a lot of water.) Check out these eco-landscaping ideas to green your yard in healthy, sustainable, environmentally friendly ways.

What is Green Landscaping? Green landscaping also known as sustainable or eco-landscaping—is a method to design, create, and maintain your landscape to save time, money, and energy. Green landscapes nurture wildlife; reduce air, soil, and water pollution; and make healthy recreation spaces. Your yard can make a difference! Plants are central to the “green” part of green landscaping. When thinking about what to plant, consider native plants or cultivars derived from native plants (sometimes referred to as “nativars”). Native landscaping plants are naturally adapted to your regional environment. Stay close to home when making your choices, however. Just because a plant is native to the United States doesn’t make it good for your location.

When considering natives, check with local experts to avoid any natives that are invasive or aggressive. For example, purple loosestrife, a beautiful plant once grown in many gardens, is now banned in many states because it spreads too easily to wild areas, choking out other plants. Instead of building a fence for your yard, plant a living wall or landscape hedges to provide wildlife habitat. Plant deciduous trees (they shed their leaves in winter) on the south and west sides of your home, so they provide cooling shade in summer and allow warmth in winter.

In the heat of summer, allow your lawn to go dormant instead of keeping it green with watering. Grass is naturally programmed to go into dormancy. Water infrequently, if at all. When you do water, be sure it’s a deep soaking; shallow watering promotes shallow root growth that is more susceptible to drought and insect problems. Use organic mulch in garden beds and around trees to conserve soil moisture and prevent weeds. Look into xeriscaping, also called drought-tolerant landscaping. Especially in dry regions where water is in short supply, using the right design and plants can provide a beautiful display without a lot of supplemental water.

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