How to Grow and Care for Columbine

Columbine is a short-lived perennial with airy foliage and colorful flowers that are said to resemble fool’s hats. Columbine grows best in full sun and cooler conditions, but the plant does not tolerate excessive heat and begins to decline in summer. The plant prefers soil with medium moisture but well-drained …

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Formal Garden Ideas You’ll Love

Add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your garden by incorporating the principles of formal garden design. This garden style dates back to ancient Egypt and began to spread throughout Europe in the 16th century. Formal garden design is all about order and balance. Symmetrical plantings, clearly defined paths …

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Garden Fence Ideas for Simple

When I visit a new client, the first thing I do is look at their limitations and what their condition is. A garden fence or wall serves an obvious purpose, but rarely do you want to accentuate the edge of your property – in a small garden, it’s more common …

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How to Grow an Amaryllis Indoors for Stunning Blooms

Grow amaryllis in pots indoors for a stunning display of its colorful flowers. Amaryllis comes from Peru and South Africa. Its name comes from the Greek word ‘Amarysso’ what means ‘glitter.’ The flowers can be single or double, reaching up to 4 to 10 inches in size. They come primarily …

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Houseplants That Will Thrive in Your Kitchen

Adding houseplants to a room is a quick and easy way to spruce up your decor, and when it comes to the kitchen, growing plants indoors can also have some practical uses. The right plant can help purify the air, add a pop of color, or even provide fresh produce …

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Pretty pink houseplants to perk up your home

Houseplants have become a staple in most homes in recent years, and for good reason: they add a touch of green, filter the air, and make a unique-looking (and vibrant) piece of decor. However, if you want to grow houseplants that are different from the rest, you should turn to …

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