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How To Make A Cool Bushel Basket Using Paint Sticks

With fall almost here, people get excited about the cooler weather, decorating and the produce they find in bushel baskets. But where do we find bushel baskets? Lucy found them at the paint store.Lucy Akins at Deco Art got the “idea to make a DIY Paint Sticks Bushel Basket to decorate my house with this fall.
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Growing Camellia Plants: How To Care For Camellia Flowers

Camellia plants kuh-MEE-lee-a , are lovely evergreen shrubs native to the mountainous forests of Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.It first arrived in the United States in the early 1800s and is now a favorite due to its large flowers.It also grows in the wild in many areas, including the southern East and West coasts of the US.
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Aztec Lily Bulb Care: Growing Tips For Sprekelia Formosissima

Aztec lily – Sprekelia formosissima sprek-EL-ee-uh, for-mo-SIS-ee-muh , characterized by its large, colorful red flowers, is a commonly grown species from the Amaryllis family (Amaryllidaceae).While this species of the Sprekelia genus is closely related to the Hippeastrum genus it’s native to the rocky hillsides of Mexico and Guatemala.
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Boxwood Shrubs: How To Grow And Care For Boxwoods

Boxwood shrubs aka Buxus is regarded one of the oldest ornamentals man has cared for in the garden. It was introduced in the United States of America from Europe in the mid-1600s.It reached the peak of its popularity in the nineteenth century and during the colonial era. It is nowadays maintained by many people all over the world for making their fence line and garden look attractive.
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Bacopa Plant Care: How To Grow Annual Sutera Cordata

Sutera cordata SOO-ter-uh kor-DAY-tuh known as the Bacopa plant buh-KOH-puh is an attractive, creeping annual plant hailing from the rainier regions of South Africa and belongs to the family Scrophulariaceae.The plant is sometimes commonly called Sutera.Bacopa Plant CareSize & GrowthDifferent varieties of Bacopa grow to various heights, most spread readily and are indeterminate (meaning they can spread as far as there is soil to inhabit and room to grow).
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20 Gross Facts Everyone Should Know About Cockroaches… That Will Give You the Heebie Jeebies

If you didn’t already hate cockroaches, this post may make you want to never see a cockroach again.You’ll find 20 cockroach facts that you probably do not know yet. However the post also presents cockroaches as an interesting creature, very different from any other. For example:Cockroaches can live in sand dunes and icebergsOne female roach can be impregnated just once to lay eggs for their entire lifeOne female roach can lay up to 2 million eggs per yearCockroaches also love to eat glue.
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