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Hydrated Plants

“Put ice cubes in hanging plants for drip-free, full soak watering, since hanging containers go bone-dry overnight in summer.”

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The Wonders of Nature

It’s truly the little things: lettings in the natural light and fresh air.

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Spanish bluebell infestation?

Q: I have a few clumps of Spanish bluebells infesting different parts of my yard and read that they are invasive and pretty hard to get rid of. Some people say to dig up the bulbs, but this is hard because … Continue reading

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Mini Makeover: Plant Edition

Plants tend to be an afterthought in interior design; however , studies show that plants help people fell happier, recharge and increase productivity. Research plants that will work in your environment and bring them into the design as creative layer … Continue reading

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Invasion of English Ivy

Q: I have the beginnings of an invasion of English ivy in my front yard. Can I get rid of it? A: English ivy is an invasive plant that produces long vines that root at the nodes. The mature branches produce berries that … Continue reading

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