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Globe Thistle

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Globe Thistle: How to Plant, Grow, and Care For Echinops

If you are looking for a beautifully unique blue flower that adds some variety to your garden, look no further than the globe thistle. This unique plant has some strikingly beautiful blue flowers, and is fairly easy to care for depending on your hardiness zone. In this article, gardening expert Madison Moulton walks through how to plant, grow, and care for this amazing plant.

Grape Hyacinth

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How to Plant, Grow, and Care For Grape Hyacinth

Thinking of planting grape hyacinth in your garden, or around your home? This beautiful flowering plant can be something different and unique, that's not commonly seen amongst gardens around the globe. In this article, gardening expert Madison Moulton examines how to plant, grow, and care for grape hyacinth.

Pothos vs. Philodendron

Plants

Pothos vs. Philodendron Plants: What’s The Difference Between Them?

Comparing the Pothos vs. Philodendron for your next indoor plant addition? These two plants share some major differences, but also have quite a few similarities. They are both quite common with indoor gardeners of all types. In this article, gardening expert Madison Moulton examines the differences and similarities between the Philodendron and Pothos plants.

Christmas Cactus Dying

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10 Reasons Your Christmas Cactus is Dying and How to Revive It

Is your Christmas cactus looking a bit on the rough side? If you think your beloved succulent is dying, there are actually several reasons this may be happening. The good news is, many of them are reversible. in this article, gardening expert Madison Moulton looks at ten different reasons your plant may be dying off, and how to revive it.

Dying Blueberry Plant

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Is Your Blueberry Shrub Dying? Here’s Why, and How To Fix it!

Do you have a blueberry plant in your garden that looks like it's at the end of it's life? There are actually many reasons your blueberry plant may be dying. Not all of those reasons mean your plant can't rebound and survive. In this article, we look at each reason individually, as well as what you can do if there's still a chance to salvage your plant.