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How to Successfully Move Plants to a New Home

How to Successfully Move Plants to a New Home - best way to pack and take your plants -

Indoor and outdoor plants give color and warmth to your home. Taking them with you when you move is like taking along old friends. With the proper planning, your plants will have your new space feeling like home in no time.

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Tips for Growing Sweet Peas

Tips for Growing Sweet Peas - wonderful flowers & fragrance -

Sweet peas are a charming flower that are best grown in an area where springs and summers are cool. Modern sweet peas have beautiful large flowers that often lack the sweet scent that gave sweet peas their name. You can plant heritage varieties that are strongly scented, as well as the modern varieties that have showy blossoms in a wide array of colors.

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6 Signs of Potentially Hazardous Trees

6 Signs of Potentially Hazardous Trees - assess the risk of your tree -

Find out what symptoms show a tree might be a safety hazard. Checking the trees in your yard means you have a better chance of preserving them.

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Grow Light Guidelines for Getting Seeds Started

Grow Light Guidelines for Getting Seeds Started - tips for setting up lights for seedlings -

You don’t have to wait for the cold days of winter to pass before jumping into spring gardening. Start your seeds indoors to get a jump-start on the growing season. This article explains the pros and cons of using grow lights to start your plant seedlings. It also provides advice on the various light bulb types and proper spacing.

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How to Make Vegetable Stock

How to Make Vegetable Stock - a SOUP-er staple for vegetarian meals -

You can use fresh produce from your garden or the market to make your own vegetable stock - the base for vegetarian soups, sauces, and so much more.

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Plant and Garden Trends for 2021

Plant and Garden Trends for 2021 - popular ideas to try -

This is the year to add indoor plants to your home office, grow tomatoes in a pot or plant your first garden. You could also certainly use a seating area outside to enjoy with friends and family.

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7 Tips for a Beautiful Winter Garden

7 Tips for a Beautiful Winter Garden - summer isn’t the only time for your garden to shine -

Don’t spend your January dreaming about your summer garden. Instead, follow our seven easy tips for creating an outdoor space as beautiful in the winter as it is in the summer.

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How to Get Your Poinsettia to Rebloom

How to Get Your Poinsettia to Rebloom - a four season guide -

The poinsettias that brighten your house over the holidays need not be tossed out with the discarded wrapping paper and dried up Christmas tree. With a little attention, your poinsettia can be transformed into a hardy house plant that you can enjoy for years to come.

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What to do with Your Poinsettia after the Holidays

What to do with Your Poinsettia after the Holidays - recycle or regrow, it’s up to you -

It’s hard to say goodbye to a plant, especially one that brings the indoors as much good cheer as the poinsettia does. But when the holidays are done, what to do with these holiday favorites? We’ve got some ideas.

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Basics of Flower Arranging

Basics of Flower Arranging - express your personal style with flowers -

Cut flowers are a four-season joy—a way to bring the garden inside during the warm months and to brighten any room during the dark of winter. Let us walk you through the basics of this ancient art, and in no time, you’ll be putting professional florists to shame!

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