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Britannia Windows
Conservatory
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Best 3 Nice size but pool, running water, drain
room. Space for animals to refuge.... So slate floors, plants, water feature maybe? Put a drain in the floor. Need shower for plants, dirty animals and boots
“Tree” — Inga Liberiene
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes December
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the plant may become top heavy and require support. Water thoroughly and make sure the water drains from the pot. 3. Place the pot in bright, indirect
dry indoor air. Too much water can be as deadly as too little, so check the soil moisture before watering rather than watering on a schedule. Do not allow
indirect light and keep the soil moist but not wet. Water only when the top inch or two of the potting mix is dry to the touch. Overwatering at the beginning of
the plant may become top heavy and require support. Water thoroughly and make sure the water drains from the pot.3. Place the pot in bright, indirect light
dry indoor air. Too much water can be as deadly as too little, so check the soil moisture before watering rather than watering on a schedule. Do not allow
“Force amaryllis indoors then plant outdoors.” — Verdant Grounds
Timothy De Clue Design L.L.C
Timothy De Clue Design
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leave it in its original container so it can be easily removed for watering and draining in the kitchen sink.
“Silver” — newman302
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
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Madagascar Dragon Tree: bright spot/water 1x mo, must drain
ideal. Water: About once a month, when the soil feels slightly dry, water thoroughly until the water drips through the drainage holes. Discard water in the
by a window is ideal. Water requirement: About once a month, when the soil feels slightly dry, water it thoroughly until the water drips through the drainage
ideal.Water: About once a month, when the soil feels slightly dry, water thoroughly until the water drips through the drainage holes. Discard water in the
by a window is ideal.Water requirement: About once a month, when the soil feels slightly dry, water it thoroughly until the water drips through the drainage
drainage holes. Discard water in the drainage saucer when possible — do not allow the plant to sit in water, otherwise the roots will rot. Tips: To control
“Dracinia” — Cathy Bretfeld
Lauren Liess Interiors
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Living Room
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Soil: Use a good general-purpose potting soil that retains water but also drains well. Well-aerated soil allows the roots to have some breathing room
roots plenty of room. Use a pot with a hole in the bottom so excess water can drain out. Humidity: Very high. Mist your plant often to keep it looking
Please to see man these grow behind our house where tabus drain is. please to try and grow man.
pebbles or bigger stones in a dish under the pot; this will allow the excess water to create humidity around the plant without your overwatering. Feeding:
“Grow a tiny garden” — Nelly Campbell
Todd Brickman designs
Modern Phinney house
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nonfluoridated water. The roots are shallow and located close to the canes. Water near the base of each cane to provide the roots with water. Yellowing or
and hallways. They will also be happy in bright indirect sunlight. Water: Moderate; water thoroughly once every seven to 10 days or when the soil is dry to
spraying a mixture of water and dish soap over the plant should resolve the problem. The leaves can become brown due to lack of water, lack of humidity (usually
or drooping leaves could be a sign of overwatering. Soil: Use a well-draining potting soil. Feeding: Once a month use a liquid fertilizer containing a balanced
nonfluoridated water. The roots are shallow and located close to the canes. Water near the base of each cane to provide the roots with water. Yellowing or
“refrigerator next to double ovens” — lemondrop
Michele Lee Willson Photography
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Houseplans.com Modern Ranch
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Greenery in vase of water. Five elements water (images of water, fountain, flowers in water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles
all five elements are represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense
all five elements are represented. They are: water (images of water, a fountain, flowers in a bowl of water), earth (stone, plants), fire (candles, incense
“hearth” — ecd Design
Michael Matrka, Inc
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Window Well
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took stones found on the site and stacked them over a French drain, which ties into drain tile.
Would this just force water to drain into the well?
How is this now a foundation trap for water?
“Window cading” — jvisentini
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