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Want to clone your favourite plants? Not sure how to propagate your plants or what method to use? Check out our guide to root division and turn your plant into two! 🌱🌱
Tired of seeing your beautiful, full, Christmas tree lose its lustre over the holidays? We've got some easy tips to keep your tree thriving for all those holiday guests!
Last minute gift giving doesn't need to be stressful! Check out our gift guide for the plant lover in your life! 💚 https://bit.ly/3iMZ04t
It's time to spruce up your porch for the holidays. Add a little ✨ sparkle ✨ to your front door wtih a few simple upgrades. 1. Wrap your door 2. Add some greens 3. Buffalo plaid is a must 4. Make a statement with a wreath 5. Light up your space
Okay plant people! It's time to take your green thumb indoors! We got some tips to get your houseplants flourishing fast. Check out some houseplant do's and don'ts.
The Halloween decorations have been packed away, and now your porch is feeling a little bare. Here are our favourite ways to punch up your porch for a fall refresh. 🍂
Preparing your garden for spring is as easy as 1-2-3! Download the checklist in the link below to help with fall garden prep. 🍂
Shoo fly! Enjoy the last days of summer without uninvited guests crashing your BBQs. Mosquitos, wasps and ants don't have to get you down. Looking for a quick fix? Read on... 🦟 Get rid of all standing, still water. Mosquitoes looooove a good puddle. 🐝 Check your deck, eaves and even patio furniture regularly for signs of new nests. 🐜 Keep your food and drinks covered when you're not using them.
Feeling the heat? So is your garden! Keep your container garden looking fresh and vibrant this month by following a few easy rules: ✅ Water regularly. Like an everyday type of regularly. If you're in a heat wave, consider twice daily. ✅ Feed your container garden about once a week. ✅ Pull out weeds as soon as you spot them.
Plant Swap! It's all over Facebook Marketplace and it's the easiest way to grow your plant collection. From propagations of your fave Pothos to cuttings of your gorgeous roses, it's time to grow and cultivate with your Facebook friends. We've got tips and tricks for you before you head out on your first plant swap!
Did you know there are multiple ways to clone your fave plant pals? Whether you choose soil or water propagation styles, we've got tips for your next prop project! Pro Tip: Propagating your plants is a quick and easy way to create fullness in your plant while maintaining your plant's unique qualities!
Not sure where to start when it comes to watering your houseplants? Here are some tips for you!
Become a sauce boss! Obsessed with your home-grown tomatoes? Us too! Here's how to put your tomato harvest to good use and impress your dinner guests. Check out how to make your own tomato sauce. 🍝
Skip the veggie aisle at Whole Foods and learn to grow your own microgreens. 🌱 An excellent addition to any salad, these tiny bundles pack a punch when it comes to nutrients. Check out our projects and start growing your own microgreens today! Link in bio.
Looking for a weekend project to add to the growing "honey do" list? Try adding a raised garden bed to your outdoor garden. Follow these simple steps and totally revamp the way you grow your veggies! 🥬
Ditch the produce aisle and start your own organic garden at home. Learn a few key differences between organic and traditional gardening.
Don't waste your time or money on treating pesky garden pests. We have 10 easy steps to controlling unwanted creepy crawlies from taking over your garden. 🐜
Looking to start your plant collection? Here's our list of go to plants for beginngers! Swipe for more botany beauties! 👉👉👉
Have you herb? Basil is super easy to grow! Try your hand at growing your own basil plant and add a little flavour to your meals! 🍽
What's cookin' good lookin?🧑🍳 The Aerogarden is the perfect project for you! Bring tabletop hydroponics to your kitchen and start your indoor veggie garden. Once your homegrown garden patch is up and running, the next question will be: "What's for dinner?"