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Cheer up your home with pink and lilac plants this spring

If you’re looking for flowers with a beautiful hue and lively feel, try different pink flowers. Pink flowers are a good complement to bouquets, table arrangements, wedding decorations and other floral arrangements. The color pink radiates joy, affection, playfulness and is a universal color of love, making it perfect for …

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How to grow and care for christmas cactus at home easily

Christmas cactus is easy to find in almost any garden center or grocery store starting in the fall and continuing into early spring. These easy-to-grow houseplants bloom while everything else is taking a break, so they’re perfect for adding some color inside during winter. Many of the plants you’ll see …

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How to add sparkle to your backyard with stylish decorations

Your garden landscape should be an extension of what goes on in your home. Often, regardless of your indoor style, your garden becomes more colorful, relaxed and fun. The possibilities are only limited by the terrain, your design skills and your DIY landscaping skills. Get inspired by these garden ideas …

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How to grow and care for Silver Princess this spring

This graceful, weeping tree grows to 6 m tall. Its young stems, leaves, buds and fruits are blue-green in color and are covered with a showy white, waxy flower, that is, they are glaucous. The mature trunk has decorative minni-ritchi bark—bark that peels in small curly flakes but does not …

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Amazing tricolor plants and flowers for this spring

This spring, the Gardens will be decorated with colorful flowers, we have compiled the first colorful flowers that you can choose for you. Caladium Available in countless shapes and colors, caladiums are a top choice for shady garden beds or containers. Their bold, tropical foliage looks stunning from early summer …

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How to grow and care for African Violets this spring

How to Plant African Violets You can use a real African violet potting mix or an all-purpose potting soil, as long as it is well-draining. This is how you create your own mix. Keep African violets planted in small pots and replant every few years to mix in fresh soil. …

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