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The Difference Between Dead and Dormant Grass

Some people wait for the season to change to figure out the difference but you don't have to wait so long. It is important to find out the status of the grass on your lawn or yard as quickly as possible so that you can take appropriate measures to either revive or remove them.
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How to get rid of black fly on broad beans

Blackfly also referred to as bean aphid, and beet leaf aphid are small, black sap-sucking insects that are often found in gardens. The adults are about 1-2mm in size and have a pointed head and thorax. They also have wings, which they use to fly from plant to plant.
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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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What Do Ladybugs Eat?

Ladybugs are quite popular among garden insects. These red small round insects are also known as Lady Beetles or Ladybird Beetles. Though the red species is the most common, ladybugs can also be of different colors like yellow, orange, and black.
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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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Low-Growing Perennials for Sun: Borders, Pathways, and Filling in Gaps

Low-growing perennials are a great way to fill in spaces in your garden, create borders around flower beds or walkways, and add colour and life to any landscape. These perennial plants are typically easy to care for, and many of them grow quickly, making them a perfect choice for busy homeowners or those who don't have a lot of time to spend on gardening.
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Gorgeous Calathea Varieties to Fall in Love With

Do you need some privacy in your garden? Are you looking for tall outdoor plants that will provide some shade and seclusion? If so, then you have come to the right place! Tall plants may be used to create screening in your garden, which is one of the most effective approaches to give your yard structure and seclusion. Screens will grow quickly and provide you with additional protection from intruders while also giving you much-needed seclusion, which is probably the most frequent reason for planting plants for screening.
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The Best Tall Outdoor Potted Plants for Privacy

Do you need some privacy in your garden? Are you looking for tall outdoor plants that will provide some shade and seclusion? If so, then you have come to the right place! Tall plants may be used to create screening in your garden, which is one of the most effective approaches to give your yard structure and seclusion. Screens will grow quickly and provide you with additional protection from intruders while also giving you much-needed seclusion, which is probably the most frequent reason for planting plants for screening.