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Get Creative: Make a Marbled Plaster Hanging Vase for Wall & Window

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Nothing beats coming home to a vibrant vase full of flowers. On the off chance I have extra room in my grocery tote, I’ll snag a bouquet of peonies or a bunch of eucalyptus to freshen up my home. And occasionally, instead of throwing them in a boring glass vase on my kitchen counter – which is every time – I look for new ways to display my florals. Enter the CB2 Teardrop Bud Vase . It has everything: flat back for walls and windows, a hole in the back for easy hanging, and it’s less than $5! I’m just going to go ahead and apologize to the CB2-SOHO shoppers, because I’ve practically bought all of them already.

What I love most about this vase, and others like it, is that it’s perfect for easy DIY projects. And it’s so cheap – did I already mention that? – which makes them perfect for getting creative and experimenting. For me, that meant making marbled plaster-dipped vases.

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Posted on Jul 26, 2017

Expert Advice: How To Keep Plants Alive in the Summer Heat

Summer heat takes its toll on everyone, and our plants are no exception. Whether you’re simply tending to a few houseplants or an entire outdoor garden, keeping your plants happy and healthy throughout the warm season is vital to both their growth and longevity.

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Posted on Jul 26, 2017

The No-Soil, Zero-Maintenance Method for Growing Houseplants

We’ve finally found a solution for people who love houseplants, but don’t love when their feline roommates treat the fiddle leaf fig like their own personal litter box. Here are 15 herbs and houseplants that can grow hydroponically, meaning they can survive without potting soil, in just a vase full of water. Not only is this dirt-free method pet-friendly and low-maintenance, but it also happens to produce some stunning arrangements.

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Posted on Jul 23, 2017

Must-Have Skill for Plant Lovers: How to Add Drainage Holes to Pots

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Cat Meschia of ctrl + curate is a craft blogger based in Gainesville, Florida where she spends her time creating beautiful things that encourage thoughtful living. Known for her affordable small-space solutions and practical yet artistically-driven designs, Cat shares everything from DIY planters to no-weave wall hangings through simple tutorials and inspiration boards. She’s shared this simple tutorial on how to add drainage holes to pots with Apartment Therapy, so you can finally say goodbye to the root rot epidemic in your home – long live the plants!

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Posted on Jul 19, 2017

The 5 Biggest Mistakes Plant Owners Make

Christan Summers and Ivan Martinez—the brilliant plant whisperers behind the Brooklyn-based plant company Tula House —know a thing or two about raising plants in the big city. And because they spend several days each week greeting prospective plant owners at their Bushwick showroom and from their roaming plant truck, they’re well-versed in the common pitfalls of urban plant care. To help us figure out what’s ailing our oxalis and stressing our spider plants, we asked the Tula House duo for the five things we’re most likely doing wrong—and how to fix them.

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Posted on Jul 6, 2017

Why You Should Be Planting Lavender Right Now

The best thing about curb appeal trends is that they’re easy to see with a glance down the street. Such was the case when I began to notice the unmistakable hazy-purple of lavender plants punctuating front yards in my town. The soft, full plants line walkways, add even more color to flower beds and add a little extra interest to the patch of grass around mailbox posts.

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Posted on Jul 5, 2017

15 Indoor Garden Ideas for Wannabe Gardeners in Small Spaces

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No patio? No problem. You can still build a lush summer garden inside your four walls, no matter how much living space you have. We’ve rounded up more than a dozen indoor garden projects that take shape in new and different ways – growing up, hanging down, or simply making use of otherwise unused space.

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Posted on Jul 4, 2017

Decorating Drama: 10 Really Big Plants You Can Grow Indoors

Any plant has the power to add a little mystery and magic to your space, but only a really really big plant can create the impression that your living room is an enchanted forest that just happens to have a little furniture in it. I’ve always appreciated the power of a single piece that makes a bold statement, and these larger-than-life houseplants are one of my favorite trends from the past year. They may represent a little more initial investment and subsequent care, but just one is all you need.

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Posted on Jun 27, 2017

Show Your Plants a Little Love: The Best Plant Stands for Every Budget — Annual Guide

Nothing livens up a room quite like a little greenery—and if you want your plants to have a little extra impact, or just a home that isn’t the corner of the coffee table, a plant stand is a good bet. (Plus, you won’t have to worry about runoff ruining your furniture.) We’ve gone on a hunt for the most stylish plant stands in every price range, to give your green babies a bit of a boost no matter your budget.

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Posted on Jun 27, 2017

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