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Old World flair , Great room traditional

Old World flair , Great room

This hand painted topiary is framing the French door . The stairs on the left connect the addition , the Gret Room to the rest of the house

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Acclimation to the indoors. Because conditions differ widely between the inside and outside of your home, a gradual introduction (or reintroduction) to the indoors is vital. Sudden changes in temperature, light and humidity can cause irreversible trauma to plants, and at the least can result in yellowing leaves, wilting and even partial death. Plants that have been outside in high light should be placed in similar light indoors, such as near a south-facing window or under fluorescent plant lights on a timer for 16 hours a day. To acclimate sun-loving outdoor plants to a dimmer indoor spot, keep them in a shady spot outdoors for a week or two before moving them indoors.Even with the greatest care, outdoor plants may wither and droop when moved indoors. If some leaves turn yellow or drop off, don't despair. Trim the dead growth, keep the humidity levels up and put the plants in a bright location, and they might recover once they are familiar with the conditions in their new home.

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maitama Poletti added this to trompe l'oeil
October 3, 2014
Wall painting
rakesb added this to Living Room Ideas
October 4, 2013
i want a key lime tree
Shannon Theis added this to Gardens
September 29, 2013
Great article on bringing plants inside
cpmiles1 added this to cpmiles1's Ideas
September 29, 2013
Love plants !
studio duo inc. added this to Di's decor
September 29, 2013
The color & design of the pot that matches the tree plant. Great idea on the roller too.
Cindy Turnbo Hathaway added this to webuser_530868's Ideas
July 19, 2013
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