Growing Citrus Indoors: 5 Helpful Tips
As someone who’s obsessed with citrus fruit, I can’t imagine not having fresh satsumas or Washington navels during the holidays. The scent of the blossoms alone will instantly put me in a good mood. For those in less ideal citrus climates, you need not feel left out! You can grow the dwarf varieties of these trees indoors and reap the benefits by following a few simple steps: 1. Buy the right tree.
String Of Pearls Care: How To Grow A String Of Pearls Houseplant
If you?re looking for an easy succulent to grow indoors, opt for the string of beads plant. In addition to its carefree growth habit, this houseplant can provide a unique focal point in the home. Read more here.
How to crochet a saguaro cactus
I learned how to crochet specifically because I wanted to make cacti. What, is that not why most people learn to crochet? But crochet cacti are adorable. Even my male coworkers agree. Well, they di…
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