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Tuesday June 14th 2016

The History Of Gardening

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People have a variety of reasons for working in their gardens. Some do it to relieve stress, while others get satisfaction from growing and eating their own vegetables. Working in my garden allows me quiet time to collect my thoughts after a busy week. Did you know that the practice of gardening has been around for centuries? Take a look at some surprising facts about the history of gardening. Enjoy!

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Tuesday June 7th 2016

Stop And Smell June's Birthflower, The Rose

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The rose is the official birth flower of June, and there are so many things to like about this lovely bloom, don't you agree? Many people love the fragrance of roses, while others appreciate the variety of colors. I like to visit my friend's rose garden to admire the swirling patterns of petals. This week's blog is all about celebrating June's most notable bloom.

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Tuesday May 24th 2016

The Top 10 Reasons To Plant Your Own Garden

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The month of May is the perfect time to make sure your garden is ready for all of that summer growth. This means adding nutrients to the soil, pulling weeds, and watering your plants when the rain takes a vacation. I love working in my garden at this time of year because it helps to reduce my stress. Digging around in my garden makes me forget about all of the worries of the day. Reducing stress is the 11th reason to grow your own garden: Here are another ten.

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Tuesday May 17th 2016

The 12 Best Plants To Clean The Air In Your Home

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May is Clean Air Month. When most people think of air pollution, they immediately picture a factory blowing smoke miles into the sky above it. But did you know that indoor air pollution can be worse than outdoor air pollution? EPA research on this subject shows that the levels of pollutants indoors can be two to five or even up to 100 times higher than the pollutant levels found outdoors. Can you imagine the increased amount of airborne pollutants in a home after a long winter with the windows closed? This statistic led me to wonder what we can do to clean up the air in our homes. The answer is to get some plants that specialize in improving indoor air quality. Consider this list of plants that vary in how much light they need to flourish.

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Wednesday May 11th 2016

The Wonderful World of Wetlands

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During the month of May, we see flowers, plants and other elements of nature blooming all around us. What better month to celebrate our American wetlands? Did you know that wetlands play a very important role in the health of our environment? This week's post is all about wetlands and the ways that they benefit our world.

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Wednesday May 4th 2016

May's Birthflower: The Lily of the Valley

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Lily of the valley is the official birth flower of May. This flower is one of my personal favorites. I attended a friend's wedding last spring and was so pleased to see this bloom included in the décor of the church. There were wreaths that featured lily of the valley hanging on each pew in the sanctuary. The fragrance was wonderful! So now, every time I smell a lily of the valley, I think of my friend's wedding ceremony. This unique flower has a history that is as interesting as its appearance. Check out what I found on this lovely flower of May. Enjoy!

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Tuesday April 26th 2016

How To Repel Mosquitoes With Plants

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We had a mild winter, which means we'll be dealing with a lot of mosquitoes this spring and summer. I don't know about you, but I seem to be a magnet for these yucky pests. News stories about the Zika virus and other diseases carried by mosquitoes have prompted me to add certain plants to my garden. One of my favorites is lavender. I adore this purple bloom for two reasons. One, its fragrance attracts butterflies to my garden. Two, it's a natural mosquito repellent! Take a look at some other plants and flowers that will help to keep the mosquitoes away.

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Wednesday April 20th 2016

22 Ways To Go Green For Earth Day

How do you plan to celebrate Earth Day on April 22? I plan to go out with friends to help plant trees in a nearby park. I love working together with others to beautify our city. This week, I thought I'd suggest some things you could do on Earth Day as well as on every other day of the year!

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Wednesday April 13th 2016

Get Your Hands Dirty For National Gardening Month

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April is National Gardening Month, and I've started the celebrations by planting flowers to attract butterflies to my garden, and also planted a small herb garden to cook with. This week, I dug a little deeper into National Gardening Month and all of its celebrations. Enjoy!

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Wednesday April 6th 2016

April's Birthflower: The Darling Daisy

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I love to look at the yellow Gerbera daisies in my garden. They are so cheerful and bright. It's no wonder that the daisy is the official flower of the month of April. I have a friend who had a baby last week, and I took a vase of daisies to her in the hospital. She put them in the window of her room so she could admire them from her bed. I've found that daisies are right at home in almost any type of bouquet. Since April is the month for daisies, I thought I'd spend a little time focusing on this lovely bloom. Enjoy!

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