Landscaping

Beneficial Bees and the Plants that Attract Them

Save the bees by planting flowers they’ll enjoy all year.
Honey bees are known as workhorses, producing their delicious product that’s an all-natural alternative to sugar. The only reason bees…
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New Roses For 2014

Cindy and Eric were bitten by rose fever at the Rose Parade and you will be too with these new roses for 2014.
After covering this year’s Rose Parade in…
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Seed Catalogs

Nothing is better than sitting near the fire on a rainy or snowy winter day and pursuing piles of seed catalogs and planning the garden to be planted in…
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Plan a New Garden – Get Ready for Spring

Successful gardens are planned. They are carefully thought out and research is done to make sure all the plants in the garden get along and will grow together in…
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Fall Bloomers

The fall season is associated with falling crimson leaves, rich browns and golds but there are beautiful fall bloomers that you should know about!

You may not realize it, but…
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How to Make Your Yard Feel Like a 5 Star Resort

How to decorate your patio and home so you feel you’re at a resort!
1. Plant Lush Layers
From towering shade trees to midsize shrubs to low-lying ground cover, using different-size…
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Orchids getting them to bloom and rebloom

Here are some tips for getting Orchids to rebloom

Pay attention to watering and humidity
Fertilize regularly
Make sure plants get enough light—but not too much
Provide cool nights

When it comes to…
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How to Mount an Air Plant to a Branch

I love Air plants
Officially known as the Tillandsia. I hope you will give them a try if you haven’t already! Once you get the “air plant bug” you…
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Your Own Cutting Garden

Who doesn’t love to receive fresh flowers?
When I recently got a vase of Peruvian Lilies, aka Alstromeria, I realized, it’s time to plant a few of them in my…
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February Garden To Do’s

Bring On Spring Please!

It’s time to get yourself and your garden ready for warmer temperatures when plants start to really shine. So, get out your pruners, and start planning…
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