34 Poisonous Houseplants For Dogs

34 Poisonous Houseplants For Dogs
There are poisonous houseplants for pets: some are mildly poisonous and some are fatal. It is better to know about them if you own a pet and here we’ve listed 34 plants toxic to dogs. Sago palm, alocasia, aloe, arrowhead plant, calla lily, strelitzia (bird of paradise), ZZ plant, dieffenbachia, jade plant, kafir lily, dracaena... 
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3 Easy Tips On Overwintering Tender Plants

3 Easy Tips On Overwintering Tender Plants
You don’t need a greenhouse to keep your favorites safe. There are three basic methods for keeping tropicals and tender perennials alive through the winter. Warm, bright surroundings are a safe bet. If your plants struggle due to the lack of bright, natural light, consider supplementing the available light with some type of grow light.... 
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5 Tips On Caring For Houseplants In The Winter

5 Tips On Caring For Houseplants In The Winter
Indoor plants, whether they are year round houseplants or plants you brought inside to over-winter, face several challenges. Want to know how to keep them happy? Adjust your watering routine. Indoor plants need less water during the winter. Keep in mind that different plants have different water needs; that remains as true in winter as... 
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DIY Hanging Indoor Garden For The Winter

DIY Hanging Indoor Garden For The Winter
For many of us now it’s time for indoor gardening, so let’s make an indoor garden to keep enjoying your favorite pastime! You’ll need 1″x6″ piece of pine cut to your desired length, 4″ hole saw, wood stain in and a finish of your choice, a hand sander with 100-grit sandpaper and one piece of... 
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Easy Urban Garden: Back To The Roots Growing Kit

Easy Urban Garden: Back To The Roots Growing Kit
The Growing Gift Set from Back to the Roots contains their Organic Mushroom Farm, Water Garden fish tank, and Garden-in-a-Can for growing organic herbs from your windowsill–just sprinkle the seeds, water, and grow. These hands-on ready to grow products let you play with your food without getting in trouble. Perfect for kids, families, foodies &... 
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How To Start Growing Herbs Indoors On A Windowsill

How To Start Growing Herbs Indoors On A Windowsill
You can bring your herb garden indoors for the winter, by planting a windowsill garden. Many herb plants grow quite easily in containers and require only minimal care. Make sure you have a sunny windowsill, where your herbs will survive. A south or southwest window would be perfect if it gets at least 6 hours... 
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Grasslamp: A Desktop Garden And Decoration In One

Grasslamp: A Desktop Garden And Decoration In One
The Grasslamp is a unique combination of gardening, interior decor and award winning design. This beautiful desktop lamp lets you grow your favorite microgreens like wheatgrass using only water and LED light, no soil needed. Simply take your seeds, soak them in water, put them on the lid, spray them a few times each day... 
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12 Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors

12 Top Types Of Succulents For Growing Indoors
These easy-care plants add bold forms and color to your home garden, and they are easy to care for. Echeveria perform splendidly in containers and grow well in garden beds in mild-summer areas. Sedum. These primarily low-growing succulents are excellent to trail over the edges of containers. Aeonium. With their bold forms and upright growth... 
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How To Grow Vegetables Indoors During The Winter

How To Grow Vegetables Indoors During The Winter
Winter weather doesn’t have to mean then end of harvesting fresh vegetables. You could always garden undercover, outdoors. Or you could try your hand at growing food indoors. Yes, it is possible to grow vegetables inside during the cold months or just because you lack outdoor space. The biggest challenges of growing edibles indoors are... 
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Amphora Growing Herbs Kit That Requires Watering Only Once

Amphora Growing Herbs Kit That Requires Watering Only Once
Many city dwellers picture themselves cooking gorgeous gourmet meals seasoned with fresh herbs plucked just moments before from the windowsill. But watering the herbs gets unintentionally erased off the to-do list while dripping pots draining down the windowsill can be messy. Work gets crazy, takeout takes over, and herbs get root-bound as they go unplucked... 
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