Month: February 2019

If you’re one of the thousands of people living in the urban jungle, you’ll know all about the struggle to create a beautiful, luscious garden. You may have lots of ideas, but very little space to execute them. However, it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, fat from it. Small gardens have lots of advantages, including the ability to design an effortlessly cosy, homely space.  Continue Reading
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There are many benefits of welcoming insects and wildlife into your garden. Not only do they help pollinate the area, but they also add life to your outdoor space. However, your love for insects may be limited if you find they frequently ruin your beautiful flowerbeds by eating their way through your plants. You’ll be pleased to learn that you don’t need to resort to all kinds of chemicals to help keep the bugs at bay, there’s a more natural way to combat the issue – bug deterrent plants.  Continue Reading
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There’s nothing better than relaxing after a long hard day with a good book in peace and quiet. If you’ve got an unused nook, a spare bedroom or a spacious windowsill that could be transformed, then consider having your very own reading corner. To help you get inspired, take a look at your reading corner design ideas:

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There are a number of reasons that houseplants are beneficial for our homes, but some special species are particularly known for their healing properties. While the weather is feeling a little chilly outside, it’s the perfect time to focus on what you’ve got going on indoors. So, try decorating your home with beautiful plants that can also be used to boost your health. Don’t know where to start? Here’s a list of healing houseplants that you should keep in your home this February:

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