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Without adequate water, plants will suffer and eventually die. This guide from HGTV will help you to know what to water and how.

Without adequate water, plants will suffer and eventually die. This guide from HGTV will help you to know what to water and how.

This is so much easier than I thought!  Just a few easy steps to mixing patterns.  It's going to help so much when it comes to adding interest to my home decor. | How to Mix Patterns Like a Pro

This is so much easier than I thought! Just a few easy steps to mixing patterns. It's going to help so much when it comes to adding interest to my home decor. | How to Mix Patterns Like a Pro

It's Wednesday! - which means another edition of Gardening Know How’s weekly guest blog! This week Cassidy Tuttle of Succulents and Sunshine is here to tell us about the 5 things we are doing wrong with our succulents!  After reading her blog, be sure to connect with Cassidy on her website (http://www.succulentsandsunshine.com) or Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SucculentsAndSunshine)!

It's Wednesday! - which means another edition of Gardening Know How’s weekly guest blog! This week Cassidy Tuttle of Succulents and Sunshine is here to tell us about the 5 things we are doing wrong with our succulents! After reading her blog, be sure to connect with Cassidy on her website (http://www.succulentsandsunshine.com) or Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SucculentsAndSunshine)!

Terrariums are great for plants that require moist, humid environments. Succulents don't usually prefer these types of conditions. Because succulents use their thick, fleshy leaves and stems to hold water, they don't need moist, humid conditions. Traditional closed terrariums hold in moisture and humidity. These wet environments will rot and kill succulents in very little time. In order to successfully marry the two, you'll need to make a few easy tweaks to the traditional terrarium.

Terrariums are great for plants that require moist, humid environments. Succulents don't usually prefer these types of conditions. Because succulents use their thick, fleshy leaves and stems to hold water, they don't need moist, humid conditions. Traditional closed terrariums hold in moisture and humidity. These wet environments will rot and kill succulents in very little time. In order to successfully marry the two, you'll need to make a few easy tweaks to the traditional terrarium.

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