Natalie Hendrix

Natalie Hendrix

I love to paint and dance. I like adventure, trying new things, the color yellow, and having fresh-cut flowers in my home all the time. My drink is a Mocha, no
Natalie Hendrix
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create a sensory garden for your little ones to enjoy.  So many options, especially when you start talking about herbs! (and yes, dandelions are on this list ~ who among us hasn't put them in water when the kiddos hand us a bouquet?)

create a sensory garden for your little ones to enjoy. So many options, especially when you start talking about herbs! (and yes, dandelions are on this list ~ who among us hasn't put them in water when the kiddos hand us a bouquet?)

Lamb's Ears • Avoid leaf rot by dividing established dense growth. Divide plants every 3 to 4 years as new growth begins in the spring, lifting plants and dividing them into clumps. Cut back flowering stems close to ground level after they have finished blooming and they will sprout healthy new stems and leaves. An annual shearing renews the plant, removes all the dead leaves, and makes this plant grow neat and compact.

Lamb's Ears • Avoid leaf rot by dividing established dense growth. Divide plants every 3 to 4 years as new growth begins in the spring, lifting plants and dividing them into clumps. Cut back flowering stems close to ground level after they have finished blooming and they will sprout healthy new stems and leaves. An annual shearing renews the plant, removes all the dead leaves, and makes this plant grow neat and compact.

Dividing Perennials: Tools, Techniques, and Timing ~   Take your cues from root systems and weather conditions |     by Todd Meier

Dividing Perennials: Tools, Techniques, and Timing ~ Take your cues from root systems and weather conditions | by Todd Meier

‘Afghan women at shoe store’, 1992. | 24 Striking Pictures Of Afghanistan By Photojournalist Steve McCurry

‘Afghan women at shoe store’, 1992. | 24 Striking Pictures Of Afghanistan By Photojournalist Steve McCurry