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Gifts for your friends, the environment |

The holidays can be hard for the eco-conscious. All that shiny wrapping paper and ribbon, for instance, wadded into non-recyclable mounds. Visitors who don’t know (or care to learn) the routine about composting or separating trash and spend hours running water in the shower. Soften the blow by including these water- and power-saving gifts as …

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How to tame a growing monstera

Marissa Hermanson THE WASHINGTON POST – With its large fanlike leaves and winding vines, the Monstera deliciosa is the darling of the houseplant scene. Also known as split-leaf philodendron and the ‘Swiss cheese plant’ (thanks to the characteristic holes in its foliage), the monstera is easy to grow and can survive even in low-light environments. …

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DALY: Containers are an option for those with limited space | News

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How to Transition Your Plants Indoors for Winter

Photo: New Africa (Shutterstock) Houseplants can be finicky. That’s because when they’re growing in a pot, they don’t get the same interaction with other species or the same type of soil as outdoor plants. Try as we might, we just can’t quite mimic the environment plants have outside. But there are some things we can …

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You Should Be Dunking Your Plants

Photo: Marina Rich (Shutterstock) Most potted plants—whether they live indoors or outdoors—require some level of maintenance. Even succulents, air plants, and others you can essentially neglect for long periods of time, need to be watered occasionally. Plus, over time, dirt, dust, and other debris may end up settling on (and under) the leaves. To handle …

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Retail roundup: New Lincoln store offers pot-your-own-plant experience | Local Business News

The story of how Megan Connealy came to open up a plant and home decor store across the street from the Nebraska State Penitentiary revolves heavily around two events in February. First, her husband, Devan, was completing remodeling work on a space in the former Burger King location at 14th Street and Pioneers Boulevard for …

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DALY: Containers are an option for those with limited space | News

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