Author: Camille J. Copeland

What Outdoor Furniture Types Suits Garden

Your garden provides a comfortable place for you to sit around and enjoy the reading the book you love and enjoying a cup of coffee in your hands. Your garden is your silent nook where you can de-stress just by sitting down. You have your personal natural reserve at the back of your house in the form of your garden. Your garden is naturally adorned with fully bloomed wildflowers, exotic bonsai’s and trees, and a glimmering pool in the backyard. You are one of the lucky few to enjoy a relaxing and peaceful place in your home. Surely, there...

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What You Need To Know About Garden Furniture

If you have a garden, and if you are looking into adding some furnishings in it, it is time that you get yourself familiar with garden furniture. You may have seen your friend’s or relative’s garden furnished with outdoor chairs and tables, those are garden furniture. Garden Furniture Garden furniture are furnishings that are placed outdoors. They are specially made to withstand harsh weather conditions all year round. They are made of durable and resilient materials, which made the best for outdoor settings. In a regular garden setting, you will find a table combined four to eight chairs around...

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Proper way to Plant up a Large Pot

Here is a run down on the proper way to plant up a large pot. If you are going to spend good money on a pot make sure that the plant that goes in isn’t going to die on you after a few months/year. Begin by getting your pot and placing it on some plastic to keep the place tidy as you are going to spill compost. All pots should have a hole at the base to allow for drainage of water, cover this up with a permeable membrane (Mypex) and cover with drainage stone or any fine stone...

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3 Benefits of Leafy Greens

Going green when it comes to your diet may take a bit of time getting used to but you can guarantee that everything will pay off in the end. Check out the following benefits you can reap from eating leafy greens. Preserve Vision Health Leafy greens such as mustard greens, dandelion, kale, and Swiss chard are good sources of zeaxanthin and carotenoids lutein that helps filter the high-energy light that can cause damage to your eyes. Zeaxanthin and lutein reduces the discomfort that is caused by glare which will then decrease the risk of acquiring cataracts, as well as...

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