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Have You Garden Lately

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“Gardening is cheaper than therapy… and you get tomatoes!” According to experts, gardening improves physical health and provides therapeutic benefits to one’s mental health and emotional well being. Many individuals that suffer from anxiety and depression have found that gardening and caring for plants to be very beneficial. Scientist have discovered that mycobacterium vaccae found …

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Book your Private Terrarium Making at Greenology Craft Room

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Private Group Terrarium Making at Greenology Crafting Room Book a Private Terrarium Making at Greenology Crafting Room. Choose from a wide array of terrarium vessel size, tropical plants, succulents, and cactus. The crafting room is always full of fun and unique embellishments and materials you need to make a terrarium.  Booking time is approximately an …

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How to Care for Cactuses 🌵 in a Terrarium

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Restraint and neglect is the best you can do for a Cactus in a terrarium. Why you ask…You have to restrain yourself from caring too much and overwatering your cactus. And they will do wonderful if you just neglect and ignore them for a month or so.​ ​​ ​​​ Light Needs​​ Place them near a …

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Functional Beauty with Air Plants in your Home

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A genus from the Bromeliad family and native to Southern US, Central America, South America, and Mexico. Studies have shown that air plant is one of the best plants in filtering particulates in the air. With over 550 varieties plus hybrids, the options are limitless in adding living beauty to your space.​​​​ And since they …

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Growing Dahlia in Your Garden

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Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial plants native to Mexico and Central America. They attract pollinators to your garden. Dahlias are hardy to zone 8 and higher, and will survive if you cut it back and mulched in the winter. In colder zones, the tubers can be dug and stored until spring. They come in wide array of …

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Flowers for Mom

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Make mom feel special with our Summer Flower Hanging Basket. We’ve filled them up with compatible plantings that will give you profusion of flowers throughout the summer growing season right into fall. They come in a variety of color and plant combination. Order your Mother’s Day Flowers below.

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Simple and Easy Ways to Grow Vegetable Plants from Seed

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Growing your own vegetable is not only a great and sustainable way to provide fresh and nutritious food for your family, but also may help save you money and provide a great activity for everyone in the family. We have outlined a simple step by step process in starting your vegetable garden from seed. What …

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Close Starting Monday

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In response to Governor Tom Wolf’s request to close non essential retail operations in Bucks County, we will close our shop in Peddler’s Village starting Monday, March 16 until further notice. In the meantime, we will use this time to go nuts on planting🌵🌱 redecorating the shop, and coming up with new arrangements for spring!We …

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New Spring and Summer Workshops

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As we move towards beautiful days ahead, we are overly inspired to offer all this new classes. Starting with our Crazy for Cactus Terrarium Making Workshop. In this fun class, you will be crafting a beautiful and artistic glass garden. No gardening experience necessary! This class is for you if you live a busy life …

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Is tap water good for plants?

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Is tap water good for plants? In the general the answer isn’t inline with what your water department nor local hippe will say. The facts is chlorinated water is not safe for the microbiology that feeds your plant nor is it worse than letting your plant dry up til the next rain. Chlorine kills the surface …

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Africanized Bee Attack in Texas

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News flash Africanized Bee Attack in Texas. The high was a hundred feet long and had tens of millions of bees thats feud fire like dragons beginning an apocalypse so grab your water, bug out bags and Monsanto insecticides and head for the hills.  Folks let’s get a grip and constantly keep in mind that …

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