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indoor citrus plants

Indoor Citrus Plants for the Home

Citrus fruits are by far the most versatile fruits out there. Whether you’re whipping up a savoury dinner, a sweet dessert, or a zesty cocktail (or three), a squeeze of the sour stuff goes a long way, helping to achieve that perfect balance of flavours. We’ve all had that moment in the kitchen where halfway through preparing guacamole, you realize you’re fresh out of limes, and must begrudgingly abandon your taco tuesday meal prep to rush over to the grocery store. So, why not skip the trip and start growing citrus plants indoors? It’s the best way to ensure you’ve got freshly picked lemons, limes, oranges and more, exactly when you need them.

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Home Styling with Houseplants

If you’re anything like me, you’re flipping through the latest issues of Magnolia Journal or Elle Decor while you stand in line at the grocery store, fantasizing about what your home could be – or looking for inspiring styles that you can incorporate into your current space.
Or maybe you’re like me in the sense that you endlessly scroll through Pinterest and Instagram seeking a spark of creativity to F I N A L L Y pull your home office together for a boost of motivation to hammer out projects.
Or maybe you’re really like me, and you do both. I hear ya, sista. And if you’re starting to incorporate plants into your interior space (because your office really needs them for optimal brain power), you may find yourself struggling a tish to pull it all together. Or maybe not.
Regardless, i’ve got some quick tips to styling your houseplants in their best light – for them and for you – and some inspiring plant ladies you can stalk while you’re unloading your next cart of groceries.

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benefits of workshops

Benefits of Workshops, Beyond the Obvious

I realize the idea of playing with dirt doesn’t sound too appealing. The last time I made a mud patty was close to 30 years ago, when playing outside in the mud was highly encouraged. Most likely my mom’s desperate idea to get us out of her hair, and mud is a pretty safe toy.

Nonetheless, our workshops are so much more than a play date at the dirt pile. The physical act of working with your hands, being creative and gathering socially with like-minded folk is better than any therapist session, in my opinion.

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transitioning holiday decor

Transitioning Holiday Decor to Winter

The excitement of Christmas starts well before Halloween and the hype continues right up to the actual day. Decorating for the anticipation of holiday parties, family gatherings, and simple, self-satisfying enjoyment can be a task few interior designers dare to tackle. But as the saying goes: “˜Tis the season! And I hope you hung that holly with full-fledged vigor, strung the popcorn garland while taste testing each row, and set the lights to twinkle all night long.

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Christmas Folk

Christmas Folk Tales

With all the traditions we have around Christmas, there’s bound to be a few fascinating origin stories from cultures much older than our own. For example, if you look up the origin of Christmas trees, you’ll find versions from countries all over the world claiming to take ownership – even ancient Egypt. While we may never know exactly where our favourite holiday traditions actually come from – unless we finally manage to perfect a time machine – it’s incredible to see the amazing stories from across the world and the lessons they all impress upon us. Here are a few of my favourites

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Living Christmas Trees

Living Christmas Trees Truly Live Christmas Trees Bringing Home and Living Christmas Tree After the Holidays Living Tree Tips “The answer to all your holiday tree-related woes!” When it comes to Christmas trees, the classic

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DIY Whoville Tree

DIY Whoville Tree What You’ll Need Prepping Your Station Creating Your Whoville Tree The Finishing Touches “Every Who down in Whoville liked Christmas a lot”¦” – How the Grinch Stole Christmas Sure, our traditional Christmas

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Landscape and Housing Value

Landscape and Housing Value Does it Increase Value? Reaping What You Sow: What Works and What Doesn’t “Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.” Warren Buffett When it comes to landscaping, one

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Landscaping Tips

New-Home Landscaping

New-Home Landscaping  by Rob Sproule for the Edmonton Journal Starting Out Landscaping Hardscaping Few feelings can match the euphoria of moving into a new home. Open, immaculate rooms and bare yards resonate with an intoxicating

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