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Want to organize an attractive flower garden, but your site is located in a place where the sun is a rare visitor?
We’re excited to share with you the small secrets of creating a beautiful, fragrant, stylish container garden.
No doubt, a beautiful front garden is capable of transforming the look of your house.
“No Space” does not mean “No Ideas”! We will show you how to turn a small site into a delightful place to relax.
Cold northern rooms are considered a rarity, but insufficient heating is more a bonus for growing plants than a disadvantage.
Touching and elegant, with a maddeningly unique fragrance, lilies-of-the-valley are the perfect option for those looking for plants that grow literally on their own.
If you want a garden buried in flowers which don’t need your close attention, it is worth considering plants that do not require special care.
Fresh ideas about what to grow and how to make flower arrangements for your windows.
The main tips about caring for indoor plants in the spring.
Balancing the humidity. Watering regime. General care. Self-watering planters.
Autumn can be a testing season for taking care of plants as they struggle to adapt to erratic levels of heat, humidity and sunlight in our homes.
Indoor plants are beginning to wake up from their winter rest. It's time to put them in order.
It’s important to know how to look after your plants so that they last, and so you can get the most out of them. We offer a few tips to help you avoid the most common mistakes.
Plants should be watered less frequent and with a reduced amount of water per watering.
It is the midst of the winter with short days, low light, and excessively dry air for the houseplants.
In order to avoid elongation and yellowing of leaves, plants should be left to rest in winter, halting their growth.
Assembling and care manual for plants in LECHUZA planters
Implantation and care manual for plants in LECHUZA planters
Cold weather can cause damage to your houseplants in ways that you couldn’t even imagine, and winter is one of the easiest times of year to kill your houseplants.