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It's easy to forget about your sump pump, but it's important to make sure it's in good working order. If you don't, you could end up like the homeowner who returned from a weekend trip to discover his entire basement floor covered in 1/2 in. of water. After shutting down the power, he waded over to the sump pump and noticed it wasn't working. Upon closer inspection, he realized that the cable attached to the float must have gotten tangled somehow. It took him two seconds to untangle the…

10 Vital Home Maintenance Tips.You could end up like the homeowner who returned from a weekend trip to discover this entire basement floor covered in in. After shutting down the power, he waded over to the sump pump and noticed it wasn't wor

Patterns to lay brick.

Pinner said: brick patterns.I saw this and thought of corks to make awesome bulletin boards. Herringbone my absolute favourite tile laying pattern!

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After the second bloom, leave the Columbine blossoms on the plant to reseed.

One of my favorite flowers: Columbine Genus: Aquilegia spp. Zones: Bloom time: May; then six weeks later. To prune: Cut the stems all the way back to the foliage. Good to know: After the second bloom, leave the blossoms on the plant to reseed.

Plants for shade: elephant's ears (Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglut'). Lush, deep-green leaves emerge in spring and turn red in autumn. Grow it in partial shade. Read more about them on our website http://www.gardenersworld.com/plants/bergenia-x-schmidtii/1225.html

Having large glossy evergreen leaves that turn rosy red in winter, Bergenia 'Winter Glow', is a top choice for year round color. The sturdy bloom stalks are topped in spring with a heavy flush of mage

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Jenny Foxglove's Gothic Garden - Poker Primrose, a dazzling and different late-spring bloomer! An unusual alternative to grape hyacinth with vivid flower spikes that open from the bottom up. Grows tall in part shade.