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We have two housecats—Big Fancy Head and Elk Woman (Yes, my kids named the cats.)—who periodically are guilty of tasting our houseplants. This winter, my son Liam and I decided to plant...
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Fragrant hyacinths star in these five arrangements that you can put together right now!
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Create a mobile shelf for starting seeds and winter plants indoors.
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The perfect landscape that waters itself for weeks at a time and would rather you leave it alone
If you love houseplants but don’t have a lot of room for them, consider a terrarium. They’re most useful for small plants that don’t adapt well to normal home atmospheres. When...
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The dazzling diversity and multi-season splendor of African violets fuels a passion for these exquisite year-round bloomers.
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Winter is the perfect time to start a little indoor gardening and terrariums make the perfect excuse to play with dirt and plants and add the finishing touches that brings your tiny landscape...
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Baby, when it’s cold outside, warm things up indoors with some sunny window gardening.
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Tasty, nutritious, and perfect for a windowsill garden, these teeny seedlings are grown for harvesting when tender. Among the easiest and fastest-growing crops possible, microgreens offer a range of...
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Air plants (Tillandsias) have no need for soil, liberating them for a variety of uses both indoors and out.
Crave something botanical in your home, but lax on little details like watering and reporting? Try an air plant. Tillandsias are adapted to survival without frequent drinks or plunging their roots...
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Winter decorating with herbs is easy. They are aromatic, colorful, and textural. Best of all, they infuse a bit of the summer garden into your home in the midst of winter. Rosemary is a popular...

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