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New Discovery: Azalea Relies on Butterflies For Survival!

  It was recently discovered that butterflies play yet another important role! The majestic butterfly has been linked to pollination of the flame azalea. β€œIn order for a plant to reproduce, a pollinator β€” usually an insect β€” has to … Continue reading

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Top 5 Plants for Christmas

Adding plants to your home is a simple and cost effective way to add to your decor and to change it up for the various holidays and celebrations throughout the year. Below is my pick of the top 5 houseplants … Continue reading

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How to Care for an Indoor Azalea Plant

Azaleas can be grown outdoors or indoors. They are popular houseplants grown for their abundance of beautiful, long lasting flowers that come in pink, white, red, and lavender. They will add colour and life to any home decor. Bloom times … Continue reading

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Celebrate Chinese New Year With These Flowers

Today is one of the happiest days for Chinese people! It’s Chinese New Year, one of the largest, most important holidays of the year! To celebrate this special occasion, homes are often decorated with assorted plants and flowers. In Chinese, … Continue reading

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5 Easy to Grow Holiday Plants

Winter can be a depressing time of the year, especially with the lack of sunshine and fresh flowers from the garden. But there is a silver lining in those dark, gloomy clouds! You can grow these holiday plants in the … Continue reading

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The Victorian Language of Flowers (the Meaning of Flowers)

In Victorian times, certain flowers had specific meanings because the flower selection was limited and people used more symbols and gestures to communicate than words. But today, with so many flower choices, there are no rules – it’s the sentiment … Continue reading

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