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Make a Perfect Dried Flower Wreath from Your Old Bouquets

Make a Perfect Dried Flower Wreath from Your Old Bouquets

Making a dried flower wreath is an attractive way to repurpose old floral bouquets into something new and functional. Whether it’s your wedding bouquet or an arrangement from another important occasion, this simple DIY project promises to unleash your creativity. And, it’s fun! Here are some helpful tips so that you can make a perfect […]

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How To Grow Microgreens At Home

How To Grow Microgreens At Home

Do you wish you could grow veggie plants in a tiny fraction of the space a normal garden takes? Then grow microgreens at home! It’s easy, and it doesn’t take much space. Microgreens are growing increasingly popular in the world of fine dining, and for a good reason. Growers love them because they’re a year-round […]

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The Benefits of Using Mycorrhizae in the Garden

The Benefits of Using Mycorrhizae in the Garden

When it comes to maintaining a healthy and productive organic garden, there is a lot more happening than meets the eye! In addition to the obvious elements (sun, soil, plants, and water) there is a dynamic network of living things that work synergistically within the soil to help plants thrive. Critters and microscopic organisms decompose […]

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Transform Cabinets with DIY Pull Out Shelves

Transform Cabinets with DIY Pull Out Shelves

DIY pull out shelves changed my life. I am only slightly exaggerating here. But seriously, we decided to transform our cabinets in the kitchen and bathroom with DIY pull out shelves. The result has been nothing short of amazing. When we moved into our home five years ago, the kitchen pantry had no shelving. So, […]

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6 Reasons To Get Your Kids Into Gardening

6 Reasons To Get Your Kids Into Gardening

“Why try to explain miracles to your kids when you can just have them plant a garden” Robert Brault Gardening is a pastime that is not just for adults but is also a great way to teach children life skills. To pique their interest be sure to ask questions, be patient, and make some memories […]

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