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Monthly Archives: August 2019

  • The Best Air-Purifying Plants in Your Bedroom

    Having houseplants in log cabins adds to the appeal of these spaces. But they can do much more than that. When carefully selected and positioned, these plants can also purify the air in your home. Thus, you would have a beautiful space with clean air. Studies show that detoxifying plants are not a myth, but rather, a necessity. These plants can remove the contaminants in your home, such as dust and germs. This added benefit serves as a heaven-send, especially for people who are prone to allergies. Here are some plants which can offer you clean air, while beautifying your home: Barberton Daisy These flowers are quite colorful. You can have them in red, pink, orange or yellow. If you wish, you can combine all the colors and work your way towards a magical rainbow garden. These plants, other... (More)
  • Good Plants for Dry Areas: Features of Plants

    Gardeners growing plants in arid areas face many challenges which are unheard of in humid regions. For most people the difficulty comes in with soil drainage and frost. But for people in arid areas, there is more to consider than this. Being successful in gardening in such regions calls for lots of practicality. And you also have to be creative in designing your garden. However, it is not all bad news when it comes to gardening in dry areas. For one, plants that grow in such areas have lots of water-saving traits. That means that you use less water in caring for them. Also, they adapt to temperature changes quickly, and they call for fewer efforts regarding maintenance. If you live in a hot area and would like to know more about suitable crops, read on for more details.   What Plants ... (More)
  • Log Cabin Garden: 7 Types of Flowers That Are Easy To Grow

    When it comes to flowers that are easy to grow and ones which will enhance the look of log cabins, the answers are pretty standard. Many people think of marigolds, sunflowers, zinnias, and the likes. While they are not wrong in doing so, they limit themselves to too few options. Many varieties that are out there can shake up the look of your garden, and give you an edge over what is in almost every yard. They are easy to grow and are thus suitable for all gardening levels. What’s more, they are easy to care for and will not give you a hard time. And the icing on the cake is that they are unique. Hardly will you find these flowers in more than one garden per strip. Are you ready? Here are the seven types of flowers to grow: Basket Flower Suppose you have alkaline soils and wish to plant ... (More)
  • How to Grow and Care for Azaleas

    Azaleas are available in a wide array of colors. There are the pink ones, the red varieties, and the plain white ones. Whichever way you go, you are sure to brighten up your yard. You can have them growing in and around wooden sheds for that added aesthetic appeal. The good thing about them is that they are easy to grow and maintain. And as long as you keep up with aftercare practices, they will bloom each year. If you wish to have a lovely yard even in the winter months, go for the evergreen types. Is your interest piqued yet? If yes, continue reading for steps on how to handle these lovely plants: Variety Selection It always helps to have a selection. In this way, you can choose what best works for your yard. With these plants, you have a lot from which you can choose. It is important t... (More)

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