Beautify your Palm Springs property for a quick sale with these healthy desert plants

Garden containing healthy desert plants
If California is known for anything, it’s for being home to the Hollywood film industry as well as the largest number of health-conscious consumers. In fact, diets have been named after the state! If you’re in the process of sprucing up your home for a quick sale and the garden leaves a lot to be desired, why not kill two birds with one stone and give your property instant curb appeal by adding beautiful, low-maintenance edible desert plants known to promote better health?

Not only is California known to be the epitome of a health-conscious community, they’re also big on sustainable living. You’ll probably find more thrift stores and recycling centres per capita in California than in any other state. Yes, California is the most populous state however, if you factor in proportions of recycling activities per 100 people, California leads the nation by a long shot. Create an eco-friendly garden by growing plants that require little or no irrigation. Get tips from mygardeningnetwork.com about planting and caring for edible, desert plants.

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Chia

One of the most popular health food ingredients on the market today is chia seeds. Health conscious people do everything from putting them in smoothies, sprinkling them on salads to adding them to home-made bread. The plant that produces the seeds – Salvia hispanica – belongs to the herb family. It requires a lot of direct sunlight, something the Coachella Desert has plenty of! Chia seeds are extremely high in the Omega complex of fatty acids, vitamin B1 and niacin. Chia plants produce beautiful blue flowers that will enhance your landscaping and grow well in rock gardens.

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Agave

Have you heard of the sweetening power of agave nectar? Not only is agave a natural sweetener much healthier than sugar, but the plant is high in fibre, necessary for healthy digestion. Did you know that agave is also used to distil tequila? Is it any wonder that many Central & South American homes sport this ground-covering succulent on their lawns and gardens?

Prickly pear cactus

Prickly pear

Prickly pear, or Opuntia to give it its proper name, is a hardy cactus native to South America. Not only is it an attractive, sculptural plant, its pads and fruit are edible. It’s very low in fat and calories and high in magnesium and vitamin C. The deep-growing roots of the prickly pear helps prevent soil erosion.

Aloe vera plant

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is famously used as a natural remedy for soothing sunburn and as a moisturising ingredient in beauty products. It’s also claimed that the extracted juice helps support good gastrointestinal health.

Creating a lovely garden with healthy desert plants, you’re sure to increase curb appeal instantly, especially to those looking to move westward for a more beneficial lifestyle. Add value to your property and get healthy in the process!

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Get their look: California garage conversion

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We’ve got an amazing, quirky space for you in today’s ‘Get their look‘ post. If you’re a massive petrol head, there’s probably no better home for you than something like this California garage conversion. This is a space that enables you to live surrounded by your beloved cars, motorbikes and bicycles.

As you might expect from a converted garage, there’s a strong industrial feel, with its pair of huge motorised roller doors and bare rafters & beams. However, a mid-century modern vibe also shines through. It’s a very successful combination – industrial yet crisp & clean. What a wonderful looking and flexible home.

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