How to Create a Terrarium

If you’re a lover of the environment, it’s not as difficult as you might think to bring a little slice of nature into your home. Even the smallest apartment has room for a miniature garden, and the idea is actually…
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How to Protect Your Garden From Pests

Despite the charm of Peter Rabbit and even Rocky the Squirrel, their real-life compatriots can wreak havoc in your garden. They like to nibble and graze on your vegetables and floors. So do deer, chipmunks, field mice, moles, voles, birds…
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Vegetable Garden Basics for the Newbie

A vegetable garden is a wonderful way to enjoy the sun and soil. It can be hours of pleasurable activity, planning, nurturing and eating. Fresh vegetables taste better than any bought in the store. Whether you’ve been dreaming of a…
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Curb Appeal: 10 Ways to Improve It During The Winter

Whether you’ve just purchased your first home or are getting ready to put it on the market, improving the exterior of your house can add value and curb appeal. Many homeowners balk at the idea of making home improvements during…
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7 Tips for Picking and Planting Roses

Roses are a flower that almost everyone loves (unless you're single on Valentine's Day) — but not many gardeners attempt to take on the flowers that many call picky or difficult. Even for experienced gardeners, some years their roses flourish,…
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7 Plants That Are Perfect for Winter

If there is one thing my Mother didn’t bless me with, it was a Green Thumb. I have to try realllllly hard since my touch seems to bring the black plague to most plants within a 50 foot radius. This…
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