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  • Modern Indoor Succulent Idea

     Indoor Bright Light Project This modern indoor arrangement is a indoor bright light project that is easy to maintain. Place this succulent and air plant arrangement near a sunny window away from hot direct afternoon sun.   Shopping list: 1 - Glass bowl 1 - Bag of polished black gravel 1 - Bag of potting soil 1 - Bag of [...] Read Full Article
  • Hydrangea Container Garden Urn

     Shade Project Project time: 30 Minutes This container garden is perfect for shady summer gardens. This garden combines a blooming hydrangea, impatiens, and indoor plants which add foliage color. Houseplants like Aglaonemas (Chinese Evergreens), Rex Begonias, and Arrowhead vines love spending the summer outside in the shade. Shopping List: 1 – Urn 24 inch wide [...] Read Full Article
  • Blooming Hydrangea Container Garden

     Shade Project Project time: 30 Minutes Plant this container for a shady spot in your garden. It's full of soft hues of blue and white and packed full of texture. The hydrangea is the star of the show. The foliage of the Hosta, Carex and Foxtail fern fill the container with texture [...] Read Full Article
  • Hydrangea Basket for Mother's Day

    Indoor Project Project time: 20 Minutes Give Mom a gift that will last much longer than cut flowers! She will love that you've created a garden just for her. In this garden the colorful foliage compliments the hydrangea which can be planted outside once it has finished blooming. Line the basket with plastic to hold in [...] Read Full Article
  • Hanging Basket for Mother's Day

    Full Sun Project Project Time: 20 Minutes Make mom an arrangement she can enjoy all summer long. This moss lined hanging basket will delight her. It is planted in soft hues of pink, green and white. The plants chosen are beautiful yet hardy. Planting the container:  Fill the basket to within 3 to 4 [...] Read Full Article
  • Spring Lawn Care

    A few simple tasks done in early spring will help you have a beautiful green lawn all summer. Clean Up – In early spring, thoroughly rake all leaves, and winter debris from off your lawn Mow – Once your lawn begins to grow, mow and edge it to give it a nice [...] Read Full Article
  • Fuchsia Festival

    Join us for our Fuchsia Festival filled with all types of the this beautiful shade loving annual. Fuchsias are a garden favorite. Unlike other plants, most of a fuchsia’s beauty comes from underneath with their ornament like blossoms which makes them great for pots or hanging baskets. They are great in the shade [...] Read Full Article
  • Fantastic Fuchsias

      Fantastic Fuchsias The beautiful dainty flowers of Fuchsias have an elegant and magical appearance. Their colorful, sculptural flowers add lots of color to shady areas. They also attract hummingbirds, providing nectar for them.   Fuchsia Forms There are two forms of Fuchsias:  upright-growing forms and arching types.  The upright-forms are the newer types which [...] Read Full Article
  • May Lawn & Garden Tips

    In the Garden Change out tired cool season annual flowers with heat-loving, summer annuals like dianthus, marigolds, portulaca and vinca. Prune and feed azaleas and camellias once blooming has finished. An organic fertilizer like E.B. Stone Camellia and Azalea Food is best. Busting at the seams? It’s time to divide and repot cymbidium [...] Read Full Article
  • Make a Ladybug Garden

    Full Sun Project Project time: 6  Hours Ladybugs are beneficial insects. They eat bugs like spider mites and aphids that feed on our garden plants. Encourage ladybugs to come to your garden by planting some of their favorite plants.This garden is designed with ladybugs in mind. It is approximately 10 feet long and [...] Read Full Article
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