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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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Orchid leaves turning yellow? Here’s what to do!

If you're like us, you love Monstera plants! Not only are they beautiful, but they're also very easy to care for. One question that a lot of people have about Monstera plants is when do the leaves split? You've just added a monstera deliciosa to your indoor garden and you're finally starting to see that new monstera leaf developing after all the time you have spent caring for it. However, the problem is that the new and existing leaves have just a few holes or cracks (fenestrations) on them. So, when does a monstera leaf split?
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Can Dogs Eat Potato Skins? The Answers

An apple a day keeps the doctor away, right? Look around your local supermarket's produce section and you'll discover an overabundance of apples. The United States is the world's second-largest apple producer, with a production of around 5 million metric tons during the 2019/2020 season. China is first with Turkey closely trailing the U.S in third.
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Is honey better for you than sugar?

Do you prefer honey or sugar when you brew a cup of hot tea? Although both may provide sweetness to your beverage, their nutritional health benefits differ. Honey has been consumed by us humans for thousands of years, and it is still one of the most popular sweeteners in modern society.
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How to care for poinsettias plants

There are poinsettias plants in the store, but do you know how to care for them? If not, this article is perfect for you. Poinsettias (Euphorbia Pulcherrima), a native of Mexico, are beautiful house plants with dark green leaves and leafy red ‘bracts’ that encircle the bright-yellow blooms in the festive season.