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Helpful Home Decorating Tips

Decorating a home is one of the most fun parts of being a homeowner, but it can also be a challenging project. Trying to keep up with the latest home décor trends can be costly since styles change on a yearly basis. By the time you finish decorating with all the 2015 trends, 2016 will roll around and a completely new set of trends will give your home an outdated feel. Luckily there are secrets and tricks to decorating your home that will give you the versatility of making minor changes to keep it modern without breaking the bank or having to completely redecorate your home at the very least. Here are some suggestions about how to decorate a home, keep up with the trends and not spend too much money in the process.Picking paint colorsIf you are moving into a new home, and you are anxious to get paint on the walls, Houzz suggests that you don’t paint until all of your furniture is moved into the home. Lighting has a strong effect on paint color, and depending on how the natural light as…See More
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FADING GLORY

It is late February and along with unpredictable weather and cabin fever comes a growing collection of pots of now fading, once beautiful forced bulbs. Often the best intentions of keeping them fade to frustration and tossing them into the trash. But wait, those bulbs in many cases can have a life beyond the pot and bloom again.Narcissus or Daffodils are the best candidates. Tulips and Hyacinths will have a little less success. Understand that bulbs selected for forcing are usually top size single bulbs crowded into a pot to produce an amazing and intense display. The display in the pot is truly a reflection of the care and culture of the bulb before it ever made it to the pot. The challenge is to recharge the bulbs and restore that vigor. Bulbs crowded into a pot at or just below the surface of too little soil and brought to bloom weeks or months early are programmed for one final show. Here is how to get them back to a healthy state and ready to plant outside. OUTSIDE. It is NOT…See More
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February 21, 2015 from 6am to 9am
It might be a cold snowy February but Mark Webber will heat up your world with timely hot garden tips that will make your soon to be gardening experience the best ever!See More
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February 21, 2015 from 6am to 9am
It might be a cold snowy February but Mark Webber will heat up your world with timely hot garden tips that will make your soon to be gardening experience the best ever!See More
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How is the Snow affecting you today?

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How is the Snow affecting you today?

How is the Snow affecting you today?See More
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Angela G commented on Mark Webber's blog post Acorn to Oak filmed over an 8 month period time-lapse
"This is a breathtakingly beautiful video! It looks like a white oak as I recall thousands of the seedlings in my yard every year in my former home. Spectacular tree."
Feb 20
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Knollwood Garden Center's Spring Seminar Schedule!

This is John Scott from Knollwood, and we are very excited about our Spring Seminar & Workshop Schedule, from hands-on workshops to create your own hypertufa container, fairy gardens, and succulent planters, to seminars on hydrangeas, new and exciting mixed annual container selections, Tomatoes 101 and the best tree, shrub, and perennial selections. Registration required, space may be limited: Click here for the schedule and details.See More
Feb 19
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Helpful Hint for potting plants

A friend of mine sent me this. When potting plants, place a large coffee filter (Mr. Coffee type) in the bottom. Excess water will run out but you won't lose any soil.See More
Feb 19
Dcast commented on Mark Webber's blog post Acorn to Oak filmed over an 8 month period time-lapse
"That is an amazing video. What type of Oak is that? I collect dozens of acorns from in and around The Great Smokey Mountains this fall and some of the acorns I gathered are from the exact species in the video. I have them growing in my garage…"
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Gary Kelley commented on Mark Webber's blog post Acorn to Oak filmed over an 8 month period time-lapse
"This is beautiful. I played the video for my grand children.The youngest is only 6. She was spellbound by the pictures."
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FADING GLORY

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Helpful Hint for potting plants

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JEWELS OF LATE WINTER

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Hobby Maple Syrup Production

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Drive by Tree Contractor "Horror"

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How do frogs survive the winter?

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Growing Microgreens

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Why rain smells?

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Tree Planting at Super Bowl

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