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We Asked Pro Organizers to Finally Debunk These Decluttering Myths - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
22.02.2024 / 07:57

We Asked Pro Organizers to Finally Debunk These Decluttering Myths

When it comes to home organizing, there are a lot of common misconceptions floating around. We spoke with pro organizers and asked them to debunk some of the main myths that we often hear when it comes to decluttering, and you may be surprised at what they share below.

Compact Shrubs with Colorful Foliage for the Southeast - finegardening.com - Japan
finegardening.com
19.02.2024 / 17:38

Compact Shrubs with Colorful Foliage for the Southeast

Winter is a great time to look outside and evaluate the structure of your landscape. It can be easier during this time of year to tell if you need a few more woodies to add structural support. Small shrubs in particular have a lot of utility in gardens. They fit perfectly in beds and borders and can be used in tight spaces where more presence than a perennial is warranted. Here are a few smaller shrubs with impressive foliage that have worked well for us in the Southeast.

Stay Up to Date with Your Flu Vaccine - hgic.clemson.edu - state South Carolina
hgic.clemson.edu
19.02.2024 / 13:55

Stay Up to Date with Your Flu Vaccine

Keep yourself healthy this winter by staying up to date with a flu vaccination. Flu vaccines are your best line of defense against the current flu strains. These vaccines are safe and effective. However, it is still possible to contract the flu even after receiving the vaccine. Here’s why: The CDC partners with state public health departments and healthcare providers across the country each year to track flu strains. Flu vaccines must be formulated periodically to be effective against the most current flu strains. This means two things. First, a yearly flu vaccine is needed for up-to-date protection against the most currently prevalent strains. Second, there are always less prevalent flu strains circulating, and it is possible for you to become ill from a less prevalent strain despite being up to date with a current vaccine. But for most people, even if they do happen to become ill despite receiving the flu vaccine, studies show their symptoms are substantially reduced with fewer hospitalizations and deaths.1 Flu vaccination is especially important for the elderly and those with chronic health conditions who are at risk for more serious flu illness. Since 70-85% of flu deaths occur in people ages 65 and older, several new flu vaccine options are now preferentially recommended for this age group.1 Talk with your healthcare provider about which flu vaccine is best for you.

Grow a Bucket Full of Peppers with These 9 Tricks - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
19.02.2024 / 09:03

Grow a Bucket Full of Peppers with These 9 Tricks

The methods in this article will ensure that your peppers produce more flowers, which will automatically equate to a plant full of fruits!

Scaring sparrows with stuffed cats and other antideluvian gardening advice - irishtimes.com
irishtimes.com
17.02.2024 / 05:19

Scaring sparrows with stuffed cats and other antideluvian gardening advice

If we could step back in time to flick through the pages of popular garden magazines from bygone eras, it’s safe to say that we’d find few if any features on rewilding, sustainability, environmentally conscious garden design or the rich biodiversity of brownfield sites. Instead, those popular publications typically dispensed traditional gardening advice on how to cultivate a range of choice plants and protect them from common pests and diseases. Some of it, unsurprisingly, hasn’t aged all that well.

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.

State of the native-plant movement, with rebecca mcmackin - awaytogarden.com
awaytogarden.com
16.02.2024 / 21:57

State of the native-plant movement, with rebecca mcmackin

MAYBE MORE than any other topic, the use of native plants has consistently figured among the top garden trends in recent years. Just how popular is the movement toward a more ecological focus in the way we design and care for our landscapes?

I've Moved 6 Times in 10 Years: These Are 15 Timeless Items I Love - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
16.02.2024 / 15:05

I've Moved 6 Times in 10 Years: These Are 15 Timeless Items I Love

Having lived in six different apartments over the course of my 20s and early 30s, I've become accustomed to moving—and all of the packing of decor that comes with it. I've learned to hold onto only the pieces that are my absolute favorites, and below, I'm sharing 15 timeless home items under $100.

Plants for a Purpose: spring plants for shade - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
12.02.2024 / 17:15

Plants for a Purpose: spring plants for shade

A shady corner, border or garden can be brought to life in spring with the right planting. Silver or variegated leaves work really well to brighten a dark spot, as do white or pale flowers, which almost seem to glow in shade. There is a plant for every shady spring garden and here we share some of our favourites. Included are plants for both dry and moist soils, evergreen perennials to provide interest all year round, as well as deciduous plants that seem to appear from nowhere in spring to brighten the garden with their delicate beauty. Our choices include recommendations from the Gardeners’ World team and familiar faces from across the gardening industry.

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