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8 Benefits of Indoor Gardening
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8 Benefits of Indoor Gardening

Growing plants in your home can be rewarding in so many ways. They can spruce the place up, they can keep you company, and they’re just overall incredibly pleasant to be around. Everyone has their own reasons to grow their plants indoors and you hardly need more reason than simply that it’s fun, but these

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How to DIY an Indoor Fairy Garden
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How to DIY an Indoor Fairy Garden

No matter what age you are, a fairy garden can be a truly enjoyable and enchanting project. For adults, fairy gardens can act as a source of inspiration for our creative sides and can be a calming space that allows us to escape for awhile into another world. Once you set up your fairy garden

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Top 10 Creative Ways to Display Your Indoor Garden
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Top 10 Creative Ways to Display Your Indoor Garden

There are only so many clay pots you can stick on a shelf before you decide your indoor garden needs an intervention. A few potted plants here and there are nice but finding a new way to display your garden can transform your entire home. Repot them into a new container, move them into a

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Top 10 Festive Indoor Plants for Winter
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Top 10 Festive Indoor Plants for Winter

After the last burst of autumn colors, when the leaves turn red, orange, and yellow then fall from their branches, there isn’t much color left in nature until spring rolls around. However, with the right indoor plants, your indoor garden doesn’t have to be as bleak and grey as the winter sky. These festive plants

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How to Choose and Care for a Living Christmas Tree
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How to Choose and Care for a Living Christmas Tree

Having a real tree in your home for Christmas is simply incomparable to setting up an artificial one. You just cannot mimic that fresh, crisp smell and the look of a real tree brings so many more feelings of traditional, old timey goodness. If you don’t want an artificial tree this year, and you don’t

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10 Colorful Succulents to Brighten up Your Indoor Garden
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10 Colorful Succulents to Brighten up Your Indoor Garden

Low maintenance and easy to grow, succulents are a favorite among many indoor gardeners. Succulents can be found in over 60 different plant families in the form of thousands of different varieties. They all have their own unique shapes, sizes, and colors, with a shared characteristic of fleshy, water retaining leaves and stems. The diverse

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10 Quirky Planters to Add Some Pizzazz to Your Indoor Garden 
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10 Quirky Planters to Add Some Pizzazz to Your Indoor Garden 

Growing your plants, flowers, herbs, fruits, and vegetables inside your home can transform your environment into something vibrant and alive. Even using the plainest growing containers, your decor can take on a whole new life when filled with luscious greenery and colorful blooms. To jazz your indoor garden up even more, try some of these

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What to Consider When Buying a Greenhouse
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What to Consider When Buying a Greenhouse

Adding a greenhouse to your backyard comes with many so many delightful benefits, but it can be a pretty big decision. There’s a lot to consider, such as size, materials, price, and how it’s going to look in your yard. There are many different styles of greenhouses to choose from as well, which will play

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How to Keep Your Indoor Garden Thriving in the Winter
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How to Keep Your Indoor Garden Thriving in the Winter

It’s always wonderful having a house full of plants. It brightens up the atmosphere, adds a touch of life and nature to your decor, and gives the place an overall feeling of vibrancy. In the winter months these good feelings we get from plants are even more important. When everything is dark, cold, and grey

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Top 10 Fertilizers for Your Indoor Garden
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Top 10 Fertilizers for Your Indoor Garden

As every gardener knows, plants need to be provided with light and water if they’re going to grow. Getting even those two elements just right can sometimes be tricky enough, making sure you don’t provide too much or too little of either. But then you have to consider your plant’s nutritional needs. They leach nutrients

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