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Air Purifying Plants

Air Purifying Plants

Did you know that having indoor plants is good for your health? Plants absorb carbon dioxide, add oxygen to the air, and filter out toxins and pollutants. They aren’t just pretty accents for your home! Houseplants are natural air purifiers!...

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Top 10 Japanese Maple Tree Varieties

Top 10 Japanese Maple Tree Varieties

In this article we cover the top 10 varieties of Japanese Maple trees and their features. Before you make a decision, check out the various types and which one would suit you best.
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Which Flowering Dwarf Trees Attract Butterflies?

Which Flowering Dwarf Trees Attract Butterflies?

So, you love butterflies. You have a small yard or butterfly garden and you want a beautiful feature tree. The tree needs to be a small flowering tree in order to fit the space and attract butterflies. So, which flowering...

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Why Gardening is Good for Your Health

Why Gardening is Good for Your Health

“Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul.” - Luther Burbank Why Gardening is Good for Your Health: Your Body Calorie Burn Gardening can burn anywhere from 200 to 600...

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What are Fast Growing Privacy Trees?

What are Fast Growing Privacy Trees?

Fast growing privacy can easily grow 2 feet or more per year! Privacy trees are mainly evergreen trees (with the exception of the Lombardy Poplar) that when planted relatively close together form a privacy hedge. Gardeners like to choose fast...

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American Sycamore Tree Facts

American Sycamore Tree Facts

American Sycamores are low maintenance and fast growing shade trees. They are tough and sturdy, tolerating extreme weather conditions, pollution, salt and even wet soils. These adaptable and hardy shade trees have a very long life expectancy. Birds and wildlife...

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How To Grow Mandevilla Vines

How To Grow Mandevilla Vines

Mandevilla are vining tropical plants that boast phenomenal flowers in red, pink, and white. Mandevilla Vines are native to the southwestern United States, Mexico, Central America, the West Indies, and South America.   These spectacular bloomers are immensely popular throughout...

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