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Beans, Carrots, Tomatoes: Your July Crop

The incoming heat of the summer means that July allows for the smallest number of vegetables to be planted in Bermuda. While in many places planting too early poses a risk that delicate seeds will not survive the frost, in Bermuda, planting in the summer poses the risk that seeds will get burnt to a crisp! While locally grown summer crop veggies adorn the shelves, like Bermuda corn, onions, and tomatoes, you can begin planting now for vegetables that will…


Nature

Bermuda Beasts: 7 Facts About Lionfish

Where might you meet them? Throughout Bermuda's waters, from shallow reefs, to up to 300m below the surface. Lionfish are native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, and are often kept as aquarium pets. Lionfish were introduced to the Atlantic…


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Take Cover from the Summer Sun

With summer comes the heat, not to mention the sun’s intense glare and increasingly strong UV rays. As it’s so important to stay out of Bermuda’s extreme summer climate, a proper shade solution is a must. Whether you’re looking for…


Nature

Beleaguered Oceans, Fragile Seas

Dawn breathed a translucent light across the Bay of Fundy. It was the kind of light that had captured the imagination of America's renowned mid-nineteenth-century marine painter Fitz Henry Lane whose depictions of ships, bays and harbours were set within…


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All Ablaze

Travelling around beautiful Bermuda in the summer months is made all the more stunning by the flowering of our royal poinciana trees. In full bloom in June and July, the sight of these trees ablaze in red can be breathtaking.…

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Make your own light bulb terrarium string

This quirky decoration is sure to light up your living room, even though the bulbs don’t turn on anymore! Get out into the garden and bring some retro vibes into your home with this easy craft. Materials About 10 clear…