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Mesmerizing 21+ Christmas Door Decor Ideas

The holidays will be here before we know it, so it’s time to start thinking about how to decorate the halls this year. But while putting up an eye-catching tree or making sure you have a beautiful mantle is undoubtedly important, it’s also the perfect time to upgrade your home’s …

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Peaceful 19+ pergola designs for your backyard

  These free pergola plans will help you build that much-needed structure in your backyard to provide shade, cover your hot tub, or simply define an outdoor space into something special. You’ll find a wide variety of pergolas shapes and styles here as well as plans for both freestanding and …

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How to grow Pink Princess flower at your home easily

The pink princess philodendron is on the list of most sought-after colorful indoor plants, thanks to its popular heart-shaped leaves with streaks of bright pink. In fact, this plant is so beloved that cuttings for PPP cost upwards of $100. But is the pink princess philodendron worth the cost? Let’s …

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How to grow Pink Princess at your home easily

Pink Princess Philodendron prefers loose and well-draining highly organic soil and produces the best variety in bright, indirect light. Water heavily when the top 2 inches of soil dries up (5 cm). The ideal temperature is between 60-80°F (16-27°C) and the optimum humidity is around 60-80%. Use balanced fertilizer in …

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How to grow colorful christmas cacti at home easily

Do you secretly yearn to be a desert dweller? Start your journey towards your dream by planting a cactus. These easy-care plants make perfect houseplants and wonderful landscape plants in areas where they can survive cold temperatures. Yes, you read that right – there are actually plenty of hardy cactus …

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Stunning 23+ succulent backyard design ideas for your garden

  Don’t underestimate the power of that succulent in your living room. “We believe that part of the satisfaction of living with indoor plants lies in their modest requirements, and as much pleasure can be found in a humble potted cactus as in a conservatory full of demanding tropical plants,” …

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