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Flower Decorating Tips For Thanksgiving Day

Flower Decorating Tips For Thanksgiving Day

Flower Decorating Tips For Thanksgiving Day – Thanksgiving is the time to begin planning that wonderful meal and it is also the time to think of how you can decorate your home to reflect the splendor of the changing seasons. When you allow yourself to become inspired by nature, there is no end to the liveliness you can add to your home with natural aspects. Just think, how rich and lovely are fall flowers? By adding fresh cut flowers or other seasonal plants indoors, it cozies up your home in just a few minutes. Let that inner decorator go wild with the following flower decorating tips.

Late Summer Plants

Late Summer Plants

Late Summer Plants – Late summer for most people’s gardens can be a little challenging. Many perennials are no longer at their best, annuals sown earlier in the season are looking tired and gaps start to appear in herbaceous borders. However, there are plants that are at their best at this time of the year and will positively shine in your borders to help you enjoy the last long lazy days of summer.

Care And Growth of Rosemary Plants

Care And Growth of Rosemary Plants

Care And Growth of Rosemary Plants – Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a perennial, evergreen shrub. Not only are they wonderful cooking herbs, they are also dependable staples to consider in any drought tolerant landscape. These plants are native to the Mediterranean region which is known for mild winters, hot summers and generally low rainfall.

Choosing Container Plants

Choosing Container Plants

Choosing Container Plants – The most important thing to consider when growing any plant in a container is the direction of the sun. In the northern hemisphere, if a patio faces south, it is sheltered, and the general climate is hot enough, heat-loving plants can be grown. If it faces north then you should concentrate on those plants that will flourish in a degree of shade.