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What Does Your Garden Say About You?

~ What does your garden say about you? Believe it or not, if you own a green space, it will always influence your wellbeing, inner thoughts, connection with the earth and even your property value. Uneven spacing, messy items around the green area and its location all influence the backyard's aesthetics and functionality. Here some interesting factors… Continue reading What Does Your Garden Say About You?

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Why The Simplest Options Are Often The Best Ones

When we do anything in life, we like to add a little spice to it. We want to make the things we do make a lasting impression on our soul, nature or other humans.  This absolutely applies to our houses and our gardens. When we see a fairly blank canvas, we have that desire to… Continue reading Why The Simplest Options Are Often The Best Ones

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Turning The Garden Into The Social Heart Of The House🏡

🌿Gardening is a relaxing, fulfilling way to spend your time out in the rain or sunshine and give your home a little curb appeal. However, it is not for everyone. For those not interested in getting their thumbs green, the potential garden space can feel a little underused. It’s time to put an end to… Continue reading Turning The Garden Into The Social Heart Of The House🏡

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Lawn And Order: 3 Reasons Why Your Lawn Does Not Look As Good As It Should

~What is the secret to a perfect garden? The answers conjuring in our minds are likely as diverse and imaginative as the gardeners and their gardens themselves. The garden's beauty lies in the eye of the beholder. Is it the majestic trees which provide welcome shade and a haven for local birdlife? Is it the… Continue reading Lawn And Order: 3 Reasons Why Your Lawn Does Not Look As Good As It Should

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Grow Your Own Organic Sprouts

~ How about a little organic and green project right in your own home? Here is a tried and verified sprouting method that works for me every single time. Home Grown Sprouts 101: It all started with a local purchase of Pea shoot Greens, as a snack. Dawned on me that its best and easy to… Continue reading Grow Your Own Organic Sprouts

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From Bijou To Beautiful: Making The Most Of A Small Garden

~ They say that good things come in small packages, but not every homeowner would agree. If you have a compact garden, you might think that your options are limited. The good news is that there are myriad ways to make a small yard look bigger. Here are some simple tips to help you create… Continue reading From Bijou To Beautiful: Making The Most Of A Small Garden

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Curious About Curb Appeal?

~ There are so many ways you can improve your back garden, lawn, yard, vegetable patch or patio, that you could completely forget about the very front face of your property. The front of the house welcomes visitors, including the owners, inviting them to feel safe, loved and secure. The curb appeal of the house… Continue reading Curious About Curb Appeal?

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3 Ways To Improve Your Garden: Water, Natural Herbicides, and Compost

~ When we make a decision to grow our own fruit and vegetables, we still have a responsibility to the environment and the ecosystem that surrounds our property.  One of the many reasons people chose to grow their own food is to attempt to lessen their carbon footprints on this planet. It is no secret… Continue reading 3 Ways To Improve Your Garden: Water, Natural Herbicides, and Compost

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Mother’s Day Invitation

~ Invitation to converse with Mother Earth on Mother's Day. No wonder we call Nature or Earth the “mother” when we consider how much she cares for us and nurtures us, and makes our very lives possible. Like our own mothers, Nature wishes we will do the right thing like she showed us. Today, why not have… Continue reading Mother’s Day Invitation

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Garden Trees: Commonly Asked Questions – Answered!

~ Trees are the lungs of the Earth. They absorb huge amounts of carbon dioxide that circulates and purifies the atmosphere.   There are countless reasons to ensure that your garden design includes trees. Some are ranging from the fact that our tall tree friends offer excellent protection from sun rays, host shelter for wildlife, provide oxygen… Continue reading Garden Trees: Commonly Asked Questions – Answered!

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Juicing and Wellness

~ Juicing is a lifestyle choice. If you wish to feel alive, exuberant and face the day in your optimal condition, try hydrating your body cells, as your first step to wellness. The first juicer I experienced was 25 years ago in my parent's kitchen. Observing my Dad pressing juices was weird. I had no… Continue reading Juicing and Wellness

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How To Prepare A Garden Soil Bed

  ~ Get to work, guys. Your garden is waiting. Here is your ample opportunity to get out outside, roll up your sleeves and start working. And what is work, really if that is your passion anyway? Most likely last season's growth needs cutting away, the lawn asks for fertilizer, and the planter boxes you have… Continue reading How To Prepare A Garden Soil Bed

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Decorating Your Home With Flowers

~ Have you recently put your home on the market or planning to do so? If that is the case, there is no denying that you will want to do all in your power to sell your house quickly at a reasonable price. There are various ways you can do this, but one of the… Continue reading Decorating Your Home With Flowers

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Aloe Vera Plant Benefits🌿

~ Ancient, but Well-known Medicinal Plant that belongs in everyone’s kitchen today. 🌷Reposting one of my very first posts. This miracle plant has been a staple of my morning routine and this article serves as a gentle reminder to continue on the healing plant-based life path. Native to Africa, Aloe Vera is a hardy succulent… Continue reading Aloe Vera Plant Benefits🌿

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Spring Tulips

~ Cheers to Nature, sunshine, air, water and colorful blooms in the backyard. On the gloomy rainy morning, this post by Yard and Pond cheered my senses up and elevated my spirits. Sharing with my friends to pass on happiness and sunshine. Tulips are one of the first big blasts of colors in the early… Continue reading Spring Tulips