7 Best Flowers for Beginning Gardeners. We all have to start somewhere in the garden, and these flowers are not only beautiful, but easy to grow too!
Make Cut Flowers Last Longer With These 7 Expert Tips
There’s nothing quite like a colorful bunch of fresh flowers to make the world feel like a better place. In terms of home decor, they’re a quick, affordable fix and a great way to stay in tune with the changing seasons. However, no one likes droopy blooms, slimy stems or murky water, so at a recent flower-arranging workshop for Houzz UK, Stuart Fenwick, floral artisan for Bloomon, shared the following tips for making your bouquet last longer.
15 Vegetables Best Started from Seed
By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Issue 021117 Growing Vegetables From Seed Feb 11 - Wildflowers: Ready - Set - Grow Late winter is the ideal time to start wildflower seeds, but you can't just chuck them onto the landscape and expect success. We share all the local tips that ensure a spectacular showing of these bloomers. You will know the best seed, soils, food, and techniques that brings on the color this spring. Come early, this class can be standing room only Feb 18 - Gardening for Newcomers Learn all the mountain secrets to local garden success. This is an information packed class guaranteed to increase garden blooms and fruit this year. The first 10 students to bring $10 and a soil sample receives a pH soil test done on site with…
10-Low Maintenance House Plants for Black Thumb Gardeners
If you've managed to kill your fair share of houseplants, this post is for you. Discover 10 of the most low-maintenance & hard-to-kill plants for your home.
Sugar is a toxic agent that creates conditions for disease
A potent toxin that alters hormones and metabolism, sugar sets the stage for epidemic levels of obesity and diabetes
Teen asks his terminally ill sister, 10, to high school formal
AJ Spader, 15, offered his little sister, Rebekah, the special experience of going to a formal that she may not be able to attend her own.
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6 Tips For Caring for African Violets
Laura from Garden Answer shows you how to care for African violets. Once you get in a regular routine of taking care of African violets, you’ll find they gro...
Birth Month Flowers and Their Meanings
You have probably heard about birthstones and you might already know what yours is, but have you heard about birth month flowers and their meanings? This article will help you learn all birth month flowers as well as their meanings and symbolism. Find out what yours is! Flowers are the epitome of beauty and elegance, and can help a person easily convey their emotions and feelings without using any words. They all have their own uniqueness and are infused with symbolism and meaning. Here’s a list of all birth month flowers and their meanings: January Birth Flowers Red: “I love you” Yellow: disappointment or rejection Snowdrop