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Grow New Plants From Seeds

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Grow New Plants From Seeds

If you want to grow new plants from seeds, here’s what you need to know about buying versus gathering seeds and sowing seeds and transplanting seedlings. In nature, all flowering plants reproduce themselves from seeds that fall to the ground when ripe. These seeds usually spend time under the cover of dead leaves and germinate when conditions are suitable.   buy our plant stand and pot stand to get a better look at your home  

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What is your New Year Plant?

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What is your New Year Plant?

New Year’s Day was traditionally a time for gift-giving. Romans celebrated with offerings to their god Janus for the sake of good fortune, according to the History Channel, and friends and neighbors exchanged gifts of figs and honey in the hopes of making a positive start in the near year. Celebrate the New Year at some of the best New Year’s Eve celebrations around the world.

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Ways Green Living Can Make You Healthier

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Ways Green Living Can Make You Healthier

A win-win situation PIOTR KRZESLAK/SHUTTERSTOCK We all know we should be good to the environment, but the benefits sometimes don’t seem like enough of a draw when being green is inconvenient. But here’s the thing: Green living is clean living, and every step you take to be kind to the environment pays you back in health benefits. Read on to find out how being good to Mother Earth is good for your mind, body, and soul.

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Secrets You Won’t Learn at the Garden Center

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Secrets You Won’t Learn at the Garden Center

You can grow beautiful, healthy plants by using these common, inexpensive household items when you garden.

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Don’t Have a Green Thumb?

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Don’t Have a Green Thumb?

  Appearances can be deceiving, so even if a plant looks dead, it doesn’t mean that it is. Try these expert gardening tricks to revive dead plants before tossing your latest victim in the compost pile. How to revive a dead plant, step 1: Look for signs of life GERMIP/SHUTTERSTOCK If your plant has turned brown and lost some leaves, don’t give up on it just yet. There is hope that you can revive a dead plant if the plant still has a few green leaves and pliable stems—buds are a sure sign too. Melinda Meyers, star and producer of Melinda’s Garden...

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