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Guide to Springtime Garden Pests

A pesticide-free guide to dealing with pests.
When gardening, it’s easy to put all your attention on the composition and needs of your plants and to forget about the pests…
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Girl Scout Cookie Upgrades

Tis the season for delicious Girl Scout Cookies!
We love supporting our kids, especially when it comes to delicious Girl Scout Cookies. Here are some fun and creative twists on…
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How to Make a Fairy Garden

Getting whimsical in the garden.
Add a touch of whimsy to your garden by making a miniature fairy garden or gnome garden! A fairy garden is a teeny-tiny, contained garden…
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Make Cheap Flowers Look Great

These hacks will make any arrangement shine!
Whether it’s Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, a birthday or you’re simply feeling springy, a beautiful bouquet is certainly a panacea–you can’t go wrong…
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Grow Graffiti! How to Make Moss Art

If you’d like wall art without the use of paint, or to make a fashionably creative work of green wall art, consider using moss! Believe it or not, you…
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Fixes for Pet Damaged Furniture

Puppy chew marks, cat scratches and dog vomit. Sounds like the making of a horror movie, at least for your nice furniture. Try these ideas to fix the damage…
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Gardening Trends for 2015

What to expect in the New Year.
It’s the new year, which means it’s time to look forward to 2015 and see what to expect in gardening trends. 2015 is…
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Got the Blues? Pick up a Winter Bloomer

Keep plentiful color in your house all year with these plants that bloom in winter.
As winter sets in and the days shorten, it’s easy to get the blues. If…
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How to Care for Your Poinsettia

The favorite holiday houseplant ranges from white to fiery red. Take good care of yours to make it last longer than your Christmas decorations.
Poinsettias make wonderful hostess gifts and…
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Small Indoor Winter Gardening Ideas

Indoor projects that children and seniors will love!
When the weather outside is frightful, grow indoors! The wintertime doesn’t have to mean the end of getting your hands dirty with…
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