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Orchid tips: 1. Repot after it loses it's blooms. 2. Use bark or sphagnum moss 3. Avoid overwatering- set ice cubes on surface to let them slowly melt instead of traditional watering. A humid room also helps (like a bathroom) 4. Fertilize twice a month, usually with less than recommended on the package. 5. Filtered light, not direct sunlight.

The Orchid Whisperer - Centsational Girl

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How to Choose the Right Solar Lights...Learn about different types of outdoor solar lights, where to use them and why you might want to avoid the bargain bin....traditional landscape by Common Ground Landscapes

How to Choose the Right Solar Lights

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Growing onions

How to Grow Onions from Seed - Vegetable Gardener

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Make a Rain Chain

Dollar Store Crafts » Blog Archive » Make a Rain Chain

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Winter house for plants.

Swallow Greenhouses

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Garden fence idea ... The metal wire mesh is cattle panel. Strong enough to last and to pull growing ivy & vines off of.

Minnesota Roots - Landscape and Contruction

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Bird feeder

The Zen Birdfeeder: Food for Birds

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luminous mushrooms

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Blue Fields, Hitachi Seaside Park, Japan

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The low-hanging avenue oaks at the Dixie plantation in South Carolina are a piece of history.

These jacarandas can be found in in Cullinan, South Africa. Their vivid blooms are gorgeous.