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This Trick Will Magically Turn the Shade of Your Hydrangeas

If you've ever admired a hydrangea bush blooming in all sorts of pastel shades, you'll be happy to know that the look is achieved by a simple science trick! You can actually change the color of your hydrangeas — making them pink, blue, or ethereal shades of periwinkle — by following these steps.

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How-To: Propagating Succulents

What could we love more than a succulent? A whole garden of succulents, of course! Lucky for us, it's easy to grow a collection of these hardy, colorful plants at home via propagation.


Tips for growing Hydrangea

Tips for growing Hydrangea (Mine are this big every year!)

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How to Propagate Blackberry Plants

How to Propagate New Blackberry Plants from Existing Blackberry Roots

Grow a pineapple from a pineapple top. Within 2 weeks, some nice roots should develop. With time, the pineapple leaves will also get longer and bigger. Also, it's good to change the water, clean the jar occasionally, and wash off any green algae on the roots. Plant in soil when ready. In about 2 years it will produce fruit.

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Care of a Snowball Bush

Care of a Snowball Bush. Prune in early spring, Cut back tops after blooming.

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Tomato Plants are very easy to propagate with stem Cuttings -

Tomato plants are super easy to propogate from cuttings. They root quickly too. See how I did it:

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How to Propagate Succulents from Leaves and Cuttings

propagating succulents.