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Houseplant Trends – 2023

It’s that time of year. The holidays are a few weeks away and we all set off into a world of reflection. What can I change to make life better? What can I do to make someone else’s life better? Whether you’re gifting to yourself or others, houseplants are always a holistic option. Nature is…

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Fall Wedding Floral Inspiration

Fall. The most beautiful time of year. Especially when you’re getting married! The burgundies and oranges are so moody, it’s almost impossible not to feel the romance. If you’re struggling for inspiration, this is for you. (Click on each image to see full-size version) 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. FloraVerde2. FloraVerde3. Gillespie Florist4. Lakeworth Florist…

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Grow Allium and Fall In Love

Alliums are one of the most versatile bulbs you can put in any garden. Considered perennials in zones 3-8, the Allium has many different size and color variations. Plant them all in the fall While most varieties can handle ground freezes and thaws, some may behave as annuals in locations with heavy clay. Alliums are…

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A Short Intro To BABY’S BREATH

Flowers have a way of conveying a message and Baby’s Breath is no exception. With significance originating during Victorian times, the use of the flower has remained a consistent part of floral design. Baby’s Breath (Gypsophila paniculate) was introduced to the United States in the late 1800s by none other than Queen Victoria of England.…

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Remarkable Roadsides – Pollinator Biodiversity Will Help Us Get There

Data mining often has negative connotations although its use could be essential for conservation. In the UK, researchers took advantage of data mining capabilities to study the impact of human development on wildlife populations, both plants, and animals. Everywhere we go, there are strips of land between concrete buildings and highways that are left void…

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Conservation tilling: can it bridge the gap and improve farm operations?

Primrose Creations | Conservation Tilling To till or not to till? The answer could very well be both. While traditional tilling has been shown to more destructive than beneficial, conservation tillage may actually have earned a respective position in your tool bag. Why is no-till so beneficial? When a field isn’t tilled, the dead growth…

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New Beginings!

It’s been such a long time since we’ve last written, time spent making decisions! After searching for my path to being financially independent, I began to realize that I crave being hands-on with plants. As nerdy as I am and as much as I love DIY projects, those writing paths were not sustainable. I have…

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Products to update your garden, inspire green design, and embrace creativity

Primrose Creations | Garden Products This post contains affiliate links. Please see disclosure for more information It’s that time of year again! The plants come alive, the sun is bright and refreshing, and all the animals begin to explore. That also means its time to start planning for new or updated gardens and other projects…

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We have babies…

Primrose Creations | Chickens This post contains affiliate links. Please see disclosure for more information …of the chicken kind! After a disaster of an interaction between Chris, our dog, and a skunk we spontaneously decided to get more chickens to join the five we already have. Ok, ok. I owe a brief overview of our…

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