Posts tagged with «indoor garden»

Indoor Plants that are Absurdly Easy to Maintain

Everybody loves the sight of a beautiful outdoor scene with an array of flowers, bushes, and trees to capture the magnificence of nature. This warm feeling driven by Mother Nature is something many try to replicate in their homes. Some people have a green thumb, but many of us unfortunately do not, meaning we inadvertently endanger indoor plants in our efforts to grow and maintain them. But don’t get discouraged: you’ll be happy to hear […]

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Get that Green Thumb Moving this March, no Matter where you Live!

It may seem like this winter will never be over but, believe it or not, March is almost here. That means spring is coming, and your garden will soon be waking from its winter slumber. No matter where you live in the continental U.S., there are things you can do in March to jump-start your garden and prepare for beautiful blooms and delicious vegetables. Get the whole family involved, just like little Dylan in the […]

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Your Guide: Planting Seeds Indoors for a Money-Saving, Tasty Harvest

Growing your own vegetables is an excellent way to enjoy delicious fresh produce, limit the chemicals in your family’s diet, and save money. Planting seeds indoors early helps you get a head start on the growing season, gives you many more plant varieties to choose from, and saves you even more cash. You can buy enough seeds to grow 10 to 20 heirloom tomato plants for the same price as 1 seedling! This simple how-to […]

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Plant These 4 Flower Seeds Indoors & Get Sublime Spring Blooms for Less

Your garden may not be exactly bursting with blooms this time of year, but that doesn’t mean that you have to wait until spring to enjoy Mother Nature’s garden colors. Winter is the perfect time of year to start selecting and planting flower seeds indoors. Not only will you get a head start on spring; starting flowers from seed costs much less than buying seedlings to plant, and offers you a much greater variety than […]

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