Sometimes we buy a plant but we don’t even know how much light does it need. I found this very useful guide and I needed to share it with you, if you are like me and don’t have any idea of how much light does your cacti, begonia or your peace lily need. Hope it helps!
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Eating seasonally is the best, but it can be a little tricky to keep track of what’s available when. While one could always just take a stroll through the market to find out what’s at its prime, that can make meal planning a bit tricky. Instead, check out this guide PopSugar has put together (which you can also download/print), and you’ll know what to expect at your market, what to look forward to in months to come, and what to get your fill of before it’s gone.
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The following chart highlights cosmetics that don’t test on animals, all sourced from PETA (for more information and a full list check it out here, you may be pleasantly surprised.)
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Our garden is a sanctuary, and as such we want to make it as pretty as possible. Unfortunately, not all plants work within the amount of space we have available. You must know which plants can fit, and which will look good in your own yard before you start planting. So ProFlowers created a guide to help you be the “Goldilocks” of your garden—know which plants are too tall, too short or just right.
Will your garden be a jungle or a well-manicured, knee-high spectacle for the eyes? Either way, be sure you’ll make the right choice. For more garden inspiration find ProFlowers on Pinterest.