Author Archive for: ‘Stephanie’

Water Lettuce Indoor Garden

An Eerily Beautiful Indoor Water Garden

This indoor water garden is sure to get conversation started. Its fuzzy rosette leaves float above the surface, while its dark, feathery roots float below. It is part flower arrangement and part houseplant—a delightful mix that won’t fade into the background. An indoor water garden adds a touch of whimsy and a peek-a-boo view below the surface. Follow along with …

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How To Water Air Plants

How to Revive a Sick Air Plant

If your air plant is looking dull, a bit brown, maybe limp, it could mean that it is very thirsty! To revive a sick air plant that has been a tad neglected, shipped from far, far away, or just looking a little under the weather, this guide will show you how to perk it back up! 1. The first step …

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Growing Hellebores Essential Guide 1

Hooray for Hellebores! Read All About These Elegant Evergreen Beauties

Hellebores create excitement in gardeners which pales in comparison to other perennials. Their delicate blooms are shy—they hang their heads hiding the most beautiful ruffles, freckles, and colors from passersby. As pretty as they are, they aren’t the most showy flowers out there, so why do gardeners love them so much? Because when they start to bloom, we take it as the starting gun …

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Garden Wedding Favors 3

30+ Sweet Handmade Ideas for Garden Wedding Favors

Are you planning a wedding with a rustic or garden theme? Gardens are a glorious setting for your special day. They offer a wealth of natural decor and charm. Whether your wedding is set at a formal garden estate or in a simple backyard flower garden, here are a few handmade garden wedding favors your guests will love. Some links …

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Haunting Ruse Black Lenten Rose Hellebore

5 Stunning Hellebore Varieties You MUST See!

Hellebores (Hellborus) are commonly known as Lenten Rose given their blooms are a late winter / early springtime staple in zone 4-9 shade gardens. The toothed, green leaves are leathery and stay evergreen through a mild winter. Damaged leaves are quickly replaced in late winter to early spring, adding a necessary lift to garden early in the year. Hellebore flower heads hang upside-down and their true beauty cannot be completely appreciated. …

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Blackberry Coconut Chia Seed Pudding Recipe 3

Coconut Chia Seed Pudding

Chia seeds are packed with calcium, manganese, and phosphorus, in addition to being a great source of healthy omega-3 fats, protein and fiber. The seeds are tasteless and tiny, so you really notice them much when they are dry. When they are soaked, however, they take on the texture of tapioca pudding. Some people love it, others hate it, but …

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