Category: Fireplaces

Dec - 04

How to Compost Mulch Into Humus

Composting is a green gardening strategy which minimizes waste in the landfill. Mulch composted at a home-composting bin creates nutrient-rich humus that improves soil quality and supplies plant nourishment. Choose a mixture of green and brown things used for mulch…

Dec - 01

How to earn a T Cushion

Not every cushion is a very simple square or rectangle, but don’t permit a complex shape save you from trying your hand at reupholstering or slipcovering old furniture. T-cushions, named for the shape made by furniture using arms put back…

Sep - 27

Tangerine Tango – Las Vegas Market 2013

In partnership with and Pantone – see the virtual Tangerine Tango ideabook to get product and vendor details whether you’re attending Market or participating from home. Larry Hanna Tap the tags for information on those and other things: -AICO square…

Apr - 20

Muscadine Fungus

Muscadine grapes (Vitis rotundifolia) are a grape species native to the southeastern United States, and are hardy at U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10. Although they are more resistant to fungal diseases than crowd grapes, muscadines…

Apr - 16

Tangerine Tree Problems

Tangerines are a part of a diverse group of citrus plants known as mandarins. Prized by home gardeners because of their bright color, tangerines prefer warm spaces and a lot of sunlight. With proper cultural care, tangerines suffer few growth…

Apr - 02

Various Kinds of Doors

Door selection can impact the way your house looks and feels on the interior and exterior. They vary in size, shape, colour and materials, but much more significant than their decor impact, doors must meet local building code criteria and…

Nov - 19

The way to Preserve Wilted Tomato Plants

Droopy leaves, whether discolored or even still bright green, signals an issue in the tomato garden. Most wilt issues result from improper watering and can be easily cured with prompt irrigation. Insects and diseases may also weaken tomato crops and…

Nov - 13

Why Are My Ferns Turning Light Green?

Few plants can match ferns for graceful green leaves, called fronds, that comprise of small leaflets in different shapes and sizes. Mostly tropical or subtropical plants, ferns thrive in lower temperatures and higher humidity, growing as houseplants in all regions…