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What You Need to Know About TikTok's Unexpected Red Theory - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
23.02.2024 / 21:15

What You Need to Know About TikTok's Unexpected Red Theory

Viral trends in 2024 have seen everything from quiet luxury aesthetics to rants on the true meaning of bookshelf wealth—now, there’s a new viral design theory that’s on the rise.

Seven of the Best Dahlias - gardenersworld.com - Mexico
gardenersworld.com
21.02.2024 / 17:47

Seven of the Best Dahlias

Big, bold and brassy – dahlias dazzle in the border and and in a vase. Originating in Mexico, dahlias were first introduced to Europe to be grown for food. However, the unpalatable tubers lead to them instead being grown and bred for their flowers.

How to Pick the Best Mulch for Your Mountain West Garden Beds - finegardening.com - state Colorado - state Utah - state New Mexico - county Lake
finegardening.com
19.02.2024 / 15:01

How to Pick the Best Mulch for Your Mountain West Garden Beds

Since entering horticulture professionally over a decade ago, I’ve noticed a correlation on the Colorado Front Range between wood mulch (also called arborist chips) and water-wise gardens. A beautifully designed garden goes in, with appropriate irrigation and plant palette, and the garden looks great—briefly—before languishing. Plants in these beds never quite take off, or they fail before their natural lifespans are over. I casually refer to this as plant/mulch mismatch, and it’s an issue I see too often, maybe because mulch is anything but exciting to the average homeowner.

The Best Time To Put Out Your Hummingbird Feeders, According To Experts - southernliving.com - Usa - state Florida - state Virginia - state South Carolina
southernliving.com
17.02.2024 / 23:39

The Best Time To Put Out Your Hummingbird Feeders, According To Experts

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Moon Gardens are Trending Again—Here's How to Plant One - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
17.02.2024 / 02:53

Moon Gardens are Trending Again—Here's How to Plant One

It’s time to start thinking about getting your garden ready for spring, and with the season comes new (and timeless) garden trends. If you haven’t heard of a moon garden before, the idea is both straightforward and unique. A moon garden allows you to focus not only on how your plants will look in the daytime, but also at night.

Here's How to Make Adorable Spring Napkin Print Candles - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
17.02.2024 / 02:53

Here's How to Make Adorable Spring Napkin Print Candles

It’s nearly spring, and there’s no easier way to celebrate the season than by DIYing some seasonal candles. Though it’s fairly easy to find decorative jar candles or tasteful scented ones, pillar candles are a whole different story. You might get lucky and spot a few cute colors to include in your spring decor, but more often than not, you’ll only end up with plain white candles.

The Best Shade-Loving Plants - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
15.02.2024 / 10:01

The Best Shade-Loving Plants

Many gardens have shady areas, where sun-loving plants won’t thrive. The good news is that there’s plenty of plants that can tolerate or even do better in a shaded position.

13 of the best heated propagators and heat mats in 2024 - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
14.02.2024 / 14:27

13 of the best heated propagators and heat mats in 2024

Whether you’re starting seeds off in the cold, winter months, encouraging cuttings to root or raising tender plants originally from warmer climates, a constant heat source will help create the best conditions to nurture them. Heated propagators are an ideal accessory which, depending on the type you choose, either offers a consistent, ambient temperature or can be set at a particular temperature to suit your needs. Because of our cooler temperatures, warmer climate plants like tomatoes, aubergines, chilli and bell peppers and squashes need a long growing season to give them time to grow, flower, produce fruit and for the fruit to ripen. Germinating them indoors in a heated propagator early in the year, when outside it would be much too cold for them to grow, ensures they get the long growing season they need. But even hardier and native plants benefit from being germinated at a constant temperature.

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