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Repotting Snake Plant: What Soil Mix to Use and What To Do

We recently completed a little transplanting job of what we like to call the "Sansevieria Switch," which is where we took our snake plants out of their old pots and repotted them into new ones. We thought it would be interesting for you to see how we repot them, as well as what soil mix we use.
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How To Get Your Snake Plant To Bloom?

Snake plants are one of the most popular houseplants in the world, belonging to the Lily family. They're easy to cultivate and have tough leaves that are almost indestructible. Snake plants can reach heights of up to 8 feet tall with a minimum length of 6 inches. Close to 70 different species of snake plants may be found across the world.
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10 Amazing Low-Growing Shrubs

If you are looking for some deer-resistant shrubs to add to your garden, you have come to the right place. When you think of garden pests, one of the first things that spring to mind is insects that aren't visible but nonetheless leave their mark on some of your favorite flowers, veggies, plants, and bushes.
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Deer Resistant Shrubs: Garden Guide

If you are looking for some deer-resistant shrubs to add to your garden, you have come to the right place. When you think of garden pests, one of the first things that spring to mind is insects that aren't visible but nonetheless leave their mark on some of your favorite flowers, veggies, plants, and bushes.
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How to Fertilize Trees and Shrubs

While trees and shrubs are living beings, you can also look at them as investments whose value grows with time. When provided with the right care, trees and shrubs remain in good health and grow at a good pace.
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When to seed lawn in fall

It is feasible to sow grass seed at any time of year, but doing it in the fall has several benefits: there's more mildew, less sun, and colder temperatures. So, if you've been thinking about allowing grasses in your garden this winter, all you need are some pointers. The following tips will give you all the information you need to get started.
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Alocasia Black Velvet: Everything You Need To Know

The Alocasia Black Velvet is a versatile plant with dark green leaves that is perfect for adding to the collection. Despite its stunning appearance, this indoor plant may be quite manageable—and in comparison to other Alocasia, it's actually rather easy. The botanical name for Alocasia reginula, which translates to "little queen," is a play on words because the alocasia black velvet is such a stunning plant.
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Tomato Plant Leaves Turning Yellow: Reasons and Solutions

If your tomato plant leaves are turning yellow, you may be wondering what is wrong and what you can do to fix it. Don't worry, we've all been there, hopefully, we will do our best to explain the reasons why this can happen and what you can do to fix it.
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Different Types of Aloe Plants

There are many different types of aloe plants, and each one has its own unique set of benefits. Humans have cultivated the aloe plant for thousands of years as a decorative and medicinal item. Aloe, also known as the Wonder Plant, has therapeutic effects and some kinds of gel may be applied directly to the skin or consumed in pill form to improve health and well-being.
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How To Freeze Runner Beans: A Step-by-Step Guide

Runner beans are a delicious summer crop, but what do you do with all of them when they start to pile up? Runner beans are one of our favourite vegetables in the United Kingdom, and they're quite simple to cultivate. As a result, many of us grow them in our own gardens or allotments. However, if you have a big harvest that you won't be able to consume before it goes bad, you'll need to know how to freeze runner beans.