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Viscum album, commonly known as Mistletoe

Mistletoe (Viscum album): How to Grow and Care Guide

Growing mistletoe at home can be a fun and refreshing gardening project that promises more than just some holiday cheer! As you read on, you’ll uncover all about these fascinating parasitic plants – right from planting and care to harvesting and even troubleshooting. Let’s transform your backyard into a winter wonderland with this magical botanical ticker!But […]

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How to Grow Strawberries

Strawberries: How to Grow and Care Guide

Whether you like to eat them in a jam, with some custard, atop some ice cream, or just by themselves, summertime means strawberries, and that means you’ve got to buy them. But what if you love strawberries so much that buying them makes your wallet as red as your face when you eat them? Well, […]

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Choosing the Right Outdoor Lighting Fixtures for your garden

Outdoor Lighting Fixtures – How to Choose the Right One for Your Garden

The right outdoor lighting can convert your standard garden into an oasis, a perfect place to entertain guests, relax, spend quality time with loved ones, or enjoy meals.It’s an excellent way to extend your living area by making your outdoors usable even after dark, allowing you to enjoy your space more.With the best outdoor lighting […]

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Snapdragons: Plant Care and Growing Guide

Snapdragons are named for the shape of the flowers. Each blossom appears to have an open mouth, much like a snapping jaw. These flowers will keep the garden colorful and attractive even as the cooler weather sets in.

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Planting a Living Fence

A living fence has only one primary function: privacy. If you’re looking for security then, unless you’re planting a thorny bougainvillea, you probably won’t find solace in a growing fence. But privacy, now that’s easy to manage.

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How to Grow and Care for Thyme

If you were given twenty seconds to list 5 herbs it’s guaranteed that thyme would make the draft. Quite possibly, it would even head the list. Yet it seems to be one herb that many gardeners don’t bother with.

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