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  • How To Make Your Home Look Bigger Using Mirrors

    How To Make Your Home Look Bigger Using Mirrors

    Although most people generally know the ideal places to hang mirrors in their homes, they’re actually far more versatile than you think. In fact, professional interior designers use mirrors all the time to pull off some of their best decorating tricks, especially when trying to make a small space seem […]

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  • How To Style A French Inspired House

    How To Style A French Inspired House

    The French style in home décor is both popular and easy to create. In just a few simple steps, you can adapt the French style to your home for a bright and fresh look. If there’s a keynote to French style in home décor, it’s simplicity. The French decorator’s goal […]

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  • How To Style A Beach House Look

    How To Style A Beach House Look

    If you love the look of a beach house, then you might want to consider decorating your home just like your favorite beach house. However, it can be difficult to even know where to start. Fortunately, there are a few tips you can use to help you style a beach […]

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  • How To Paint A Room

    How To Paint A Room

    Your home is your sanctuary. You want to make your home look as beautiful as possible. There are many different ways to make your home look beautiful, but painting rooms is a great way to really raise the beauty of your home for a cheap price. Here in this article […]

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Style A Small Garden Into A Modern Space

Style A Small Garden Into A Modern Space

December 1, 2014 at 10:18 am 0 comments

Most individuals would like to be able to have a large and spacious garden. However, most people live in modern spaces and do not have room for a large garden that includes all of their favorite plants, a space for entertaining and some kind of water feature.

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How To Provide Humidity For House Plants

How To Provide Humidity For House Plants

December 1, 2014 at 12:20 pm 0 comments

Humidity provides a good environment for healthy plants to thrive. Dry air around the house plants make them to lose moisture which can be replaced naturally through the roots when they absorb water. To ensure the plants have humidity, there are several ways you can achieve this.

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How To Grow Sambucus Nigra

How To Grow Sambucus Nigra

December 2, 2014 at 9:22 pm 0 comments

If you are looking for an interesting flowering plant to add to your garden then sambucus nigra is a great option. This plant is most commonly referred to as the elderberry or simply the elder plant in many areas. It is a very dramatic deciduous shrub that makes a great specimen, usually flowering in the late spring, between May and June, and continuing into the fall. The foliage is also very interesting with its dark leaves that are nearly black and very feathery. So even when not in bloom it is a fantastic plant.

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How To Prune Herbaceous Perennials In Spring

How To Prune Herbaceous Perennials In Spring

December 4, 2014 at 3:19 pm 0 comments

When it comes to pruning perennials there are a few basics that you should first work on. Pruning is necessary to keep plants healthy, to insure proper re-growth in the next season, and to insure that growth is healthy and that it is directed toward the proper part of the […]

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An Introduction To Rock And Scree Gardens

An Introduction To Rock And Scree Gardens

December 5, 2014 at 4:26 pm 0 comments

When we stroll through a garden constructed on classic rock garden principles, we experience something very special. Rock gardens don’t overwhelm us with glorious blooms and heady fragrances, nor do they draw our attention to the elaborately planned contrasts of textures and shapes of the component plants. Rather, once we have wandered into the rock garden, we immediately feel that we are in a slightly different world, one conducive to quiet thought and meditative musings.

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How To Get An Industrial Look In Your Home

How To Get An Industrial Look In Your Home

December 5, 2014 at 10:00 pm 0 comments

The industrial look can be particularly appealing due to its clean lines and minimalist, sparse look. It’s not only for loft dwellers who achieved that look naturally. It’s a space that appeals to many people in different environments. The industrial style can be modern or vintage as well as mixed […]

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How To Plant Carrots

How To Plant Carrots

December 8, 2014 at 9:18 am 0 comments

Carrots are considered one of the best superfoods you can include on your menu. Not only do they contain antioxidants that help to prevent disease and slow down the aging process, they also contain beta-carotene which is essential for the production of Vitamin A in the body for good vision and healthy looking skin. It’s easy to plant carrots in your garden so you can enjoy these crisp and sweet vegetables in a variety of dishes.

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How To Care For A Venus Flytrap

How To Care For A Venus Flytrap

December 10, 2014 at 6:46 pm 0 comments

Taking care of a Venus flytrap isn’t easy at all since it is a high maintenance plant species. However, that doesn’t mean it can’t be an ideal choice to add to your home. Venus flytraps are fascinating carnivorous plants that may be challenging to take care of but will always keep you entertained.

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How To Build A Mini Greenhouse

How To Build A Mini Greenhouse

December 14, 2014 at 6:39 pm 0 comments

There are many reasons one may want to build a mini greenhouse. It gives avid gardeners a place to start seedlings for planting. In some climates, planting season is rather late. Using a greenhouse to start plants gives a head start on gardening season. Starting plants not only give planting […]

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How To Propagate House Plants With Stem Cutting

How To Propagate House Plants With Stem Cutting

December 15, 2014 at 3:57 pm 0 comments

You can have many varieties of your favorite flowers in the house year round by learning the method of stem cutting. This technique can be applied to large plants, such as, rhododendrons, the burning bush shrubs and small trees.

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