|3/10/2017 11:20:07 AM - 1 Comments - Read Full Post|
Big Plant Changes
Early this year I gave in and cut down all the pothos plant vines over the kitchen cabinets. They were just too much work when leaves would die off for no reason 2 to 3 times a year. I have started new hoya and some real philodendron plants to replace them, but it is a barren shock each time I go in the kitchen for now. While the hoya and phils don't loose leaves like the pothos, they also don't grow nearly as fast, so it will be a long ...
|6/26/2014 7:52:53 PM - 2 Comments - Read Full Post|
Class it Up... Stacked Clay Pots
After my friend got me looking into Gnome gardens, I found a lot of cool pictures online for miniature gardens and broken-pot gardens. While I have enough spare clay pots to make a broken garden, I decided that these with a few chips and cracks are just as good as a "stacked garden" and quicker to put together than a carefully planned broken-pot garden.
While nice planters in the stores can cost a small fortune, since this could easily use old pots that you or friends have laying around, this could be a ...
|6/23/2014 2:07:01 PM - 2 Comments - Read Full Post|
Some Little Things
The week before this last, I have been working on a lot of little things, and accomplishing very few.
|4/12/2014 4:46:29 PM - Read Full Post|
Getting Pretty with Wick Plants
From the Archives: 8/16/2010
I had been looking for some nicer way to wick my herbs and small plants on the island counter. Finally I found some pretty shaped glass vases at the dollar store and used sage colored paint and sponged it onto the vase. The house paint won't stay on the glass vase if it is scrubbed or scraped, but looks like it will stick otherwise.
|4/10/2014 3:57:43 PM - Read Full Post|
Wick Plant Growing - Step by Step "How To"
From the Archives: 4/21/2010
I read on PineCam.com forums that some people use wicks to water their plants the perfect amount. I am a notorious over / under water-er, so I though I would give it a try. After looking up several (and quite expensive) methods online, I decided to try my own. PLEASE NOTE: I am not sure how well all ...
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