Landscape with native vegetation to reduce the need for pesticides and fertilizers, both of which are easily tracked into the home. If you do use these products, be sure to remove your shoes before entering the house. To be extra safe, shower immediately after applying pesticides, and wash the clothes you were wearing separately from other laundry.
It’s definitely possible to grow Japanese maples anywhere, whether you live in a hot climate, cold climate, or anywhere in between. Add these gorgeous trees to your landscape to create a charming front yard or backyard.
Fiddleleaf Fig Fiddleleaf fig is a beautiful tree that gets its common name comes from the violin-shape outline of its leathery, deep green leaves. It tolerates low light well, though it may lose its lower leaves in dim spots. If your fiddleleaf fig grows too tall, prune stems back to the desired height, or start a new plant by air layering elongated shoots. Why We Love It:
We continue to be spellbound by the soft-scrubbing, smell-stopping, subtle power of baking soda. There are so many uses for it. We recently came across some baking soda uses from True Value hardware - check them out after the jump...
Garden Enhancements- Using what you Have - how to bring natural beauty into your yard and garden using what's already around you. . . http://www.budget101.com/gardening-landscaping/garden-enhancements-using-what-you-have-3429.html
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