Whether you’re a pet parent looking for some flowers to brighten up your home, or you’re sending a gift to someone with a dog or cat that loves to chew everything, it is important to know which flowers and fillers are safe for cats and dogs, and which can be toxic.
Print a copy to bring to the florist or use it as a reference when ordering a bouquet online. It will help you to pick pet-friendly flowers and find stunning substitutes to make sure the recipient is happy and their fur babies are safe.
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There is a famous quote, “Plants give us oxygen for the lungs and for the soul.” And we couldn’t agree more!! Apart from providing fresh air to breathe, plants enhance the décor of the house, fill the garden with colors and bring positivity to life. The gorgeous flowers blooming in the garden make a visual treat for the eyes that fills the heart with happiness.
There are different outdoor plants that you can grow in your garden to enhance its beauty and fill with fragrance.
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Out on a walk through the countryside with your beloved pooch is one of the most relaxing times in a busy dog owners day.
Enjoying the quiet of the country, the diverse botany, and seeing the local wildlife frolicking, it’s these moments that make us appreciate the nature that we live in!
But, even though the woods, field, or park that you walk through is a sight to behold, it’s important to educate yourself on the hidden dangers to your dog, and also – the hidden benefits!
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With March just around the corner, it’s about now that every gardener starts getting cabin fever. There is only so much peering at snowdrops, sniffing scented daphnes and admiring frosted leaves you can do before the desire to start sowing seeds with abandon sets in.
Be careful what you sow, though: it’s still too early for many seeds, which need spring to be in full flow before they sprout. That’s where half-hardy annuals come in. These are the more exotic, tender cousins of hardy annuals: both flower, set seed and die in the course of one year, but the half-hardy types need to be started indoors and planted out only once the risk of frost has passed. That means cosseting them on a sunny windowsill and faffing about with pricking out and transplanting; but you get loads of plants for very little outlay, and a tantalising range of colours and forms.
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In the depth of winter, it may seem that there is little to do in your garden. There are few plants and flowers growing, the weather is cold and less daylight prevents you from spending a lot of time outdoors.
However, there are things you can be doing to prepare your garden for spring. From tools and sheds, to digging over soil and making it ready for planting, this infographic shows you some practical ways to get a head start on your spring garden.
By planning ahead, you can ensure a beautiful garden with pretty flowers and tidy borders. You’ll be the envy of the street!
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