Merry Christmas Cactus : Re-bloom for Next Year!
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Make sure your Christmas cactus bloom beautifully next Christmas! One of my bloggers wrote : “ I have a beautiful Christmas cactus, but it didn’t bloom this year. What should I do to make it bloom next year. Another Christmas cactus leaves turned … Read More

Garden Inspirations : “Maybe the art of gardening…”
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“The design [man] imposes must be constantly modified and sometime totally transformed by a hand stronger than his own — the hand of Nature. Maybe the art of gardening is simply the knowledge of how to hold [the hand of … Read More

Garden Inspiration : “Perennials do require care…”
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“New gardeners sometimes say “I want a perennial garden so I can have flowers all seasons without any work.” Would that were so! Perennials do require care and it is almost impossible to have a continuous blaze of color with … Read More

What’s Wrong With My Plant? (Citrus Leaves, Mature with Yellow Veins)
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  Whats Wrong With My Plant? Here we have a citrus tree that has mature leaves with yellowing veins. Usually the mature leaves have green veins.This citrus tree needs an application of trace elements.

Waterscape with Deck
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Check out this beautiful natural waterscape/deck. It is artistic and simple with a longterm low cost. A great addition to this waterscape would be a wildlife listening post and a waterfall.

Is it Bugs, Fungus or Disease? Guess Again…
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Is is bugs, fungus or disease? Your plant’s condition may be the results of low nutrient levels. The nutrient levels in your soil affects the overall condition of your plant. Here are a few tips that will help you easily … Read More

Garden Inspiration : “Planting Ornamental grasses…”
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Garden Inspiration : “Planting Ornamental grasses…”   Photo Credit : www.ufl.edu  “Planting ornamental grasses is the last thing many gardeners think about, but it should be one of the first. Grass is a broad term for a host of linear-leafed … Read More

Add This Wild Dish to Your Thanksgiving Table! (How to Cook A Raccoon)
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Photo Courtesy : www.seriouseats.com Ingredients (1)   Large Clean & Portioned Raccoon Crushed Red Pepper Bell Pepper Onion Bay Leaves Bacon Quick Tip: To rid your ‘coon of the gamy flavor, soak it in vinegar over night or a few minutes … Read More

Dreaming of a White Garden?
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I’ve been dreaming of a white garden. How about you? Well, I can help you get started on bringing your dream to a reality. Some of the most famous gardens in the world are white gardens (Sissinghurst Castle Garden). The … Read More

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