It is important to be aware that plants and flowers are toxic to dogs and cats. This list can vary for dogs, cats, horses, and other companion animals. As a concerned pet owner, you want to make sure your environment has plants and flowers that are safe for dogs and cats. Dogs are less likely…
In the microclimate of today’s modern home, houseplants can serve dual purposes – cleaning air plus adding beauty, color and life to a room.
There are lots of good reasons for kids gardening. It’s good to garden with your children and to set them up with small plant and garden projects of their own. In this article, we share the many benefits children gain from gardening, along with some clever independent plant and gardening ideas for children.
Here’s the deal on potted patio trees. Every balcony, deck, and patio can use a least one small patio tree. These container trees range from 3′ to 8′ feet tall and are easy to move around if needed. Potted trees bring height to a small area and tight space, especially on a balcony.
Houseplants improve the air quality in your home by cleaning the toxins from the air. While it’s advisable to have houseplants in every room, it is especially good to have them in the bathroom. Even if your bathroom is dark and windowless, and even if you are a terrible plant keeper, you can have success by keeping the right plants in your bathroom
“Poisonous plants – can you tell me which ones are?” That is a question I get all the time. Very often the email is asking for a list of poisonous plants for cats.
For some color, texture, height and drama looking at adding some summer bulbs to your garden. Some can go in the ground, others need to be lifted and stored depending on location and others keeping them in pots or containers is a great way to “keep them.”
NASA recommends adding houseplants to your home environment to help clean the air and overall improve indoor air quality. Common sense will tell you that having living plants in the home adds color and beauty along reducing stress and with brightening your mood. In this article, we’ll share 35+ hardy, low-maintenance houseplants and office plants that are easy to grow, even if you have a brown thumb.
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