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Rikki Snyder
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Huniford Design Studio, Getaway to the 2013 Holiday House Hamptons
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Be water wise. If anything were likely to be killed with kindness, it would be an indoor plant. Knowing how much and how often to water is the key
plants alive but helping them thrive. A great indicator that a plant needs watering is when its leaves start to droop. Oddly, this is also an indication that
Where and how your plants grow in the wild are great indicators of how much water they need. The pots shown here are good examples, as the dry-, hot-climate
hot-climate plants on the left are grouped together and need much less water than the rain forest tree fern on the right.
2. Be water wiseIf anything was likely to be killed with kindness, it would be an indoor plant. Knowing how much and how often to water is the key
“plants” — coppellecottage
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clear of draughts. Water: Keep moist. A great idea to keep your indoor Maidenhair Fern from dehydrating is to plant it in a self-watering pot which allows
drafts. Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep your indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant it in a self-watering pot, which
allows the plant to take up as much water as it needs. You just need to remember to top up the reservoir. OUR TIPS: Apply diluted liquid fertiliser, such as
Indoor plant - maidenhair fern. put in self-watering pot, fertilize.
clear of draughts.Water: Keep moist. A great idea to keep your indoor Maidenhair Fern from dehydrating is to plant it in a self-watering pot which allows
drafts.Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep your indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant it in a self-watering pot, which
“The painting. And the design.” — miesta80
Laidlaw Schultz architects
Family room
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where to get the travertine in the water wall?
Can you tell me the manufacturer and name of the stone in the water wall? It's fantastic!
Love the pool and water falls...wall water...water fall...water feature wall...Water feature on wall
“chair style” — roni3chz
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Orchard Living Room
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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
Madagascar dragon tree water once a month, thoroughly, don't let it sit in water, prune the top for a bushier plant
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
Madagascar Dragon Tree With its low light and water needs, and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar Dragon Tree (Dracaena
6. Madagascar Dragon TreeWith its low light and water needs, and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar Dragon Tree (Dracaena
6. Madagascar Dragon TreeWith its low light and water needs and compact, structural shape, the hardy Madagascar dragon tree (Dracaena
“Madagascar Dragon Tree With its low light and water needs, and compact, structural shape, the hardy” — Lisa Allen
Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Weekapaug
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drafts. Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep your indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant it in a self-watering pot, which
of drafts. Water requirement: Keep the soil moist. A great idea to keep indoor maidenhair fern from dehydrating is to plant in a self-watering pot, which
keep moist; not easy to care for beginners and the forgetful; use a self-watering pot; brightly-lit spot clear of drafts; place in center of a coffee table;
“tables and accessories” — pennircarter
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Laight Loft
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free. Sanitize the vase with hot water and bleach to reduce bacteria growth. Add a packet of flower food to the water. Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle
free. •Sanitize the vase with hot water and bleach to reduce bacteria growth. •Add a packet of flower food to the water. •Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle
be traveling any distance, place them in a plastic bag filled with enough water to cover the bottom of the stems. When choosing tropical leaves from a florist
angle and trim them every few days. Change the water every two or three days. Keep the arrangement away from direct sun, drafts and small children, who might
insect free.Sanitize the vase with hot water and bleach to reduce bacteria growth.Add a packet of flower food to the water.Cut the stems at a 45-degree angle
“Love the round vase and Palm leaves” — cfabella
Marla Schrank Interiors
Presidio Hieghts Residence
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Questions2
some glass door manufacturers offer drains for their lower door tracks, but am unsure if they have enough draining capacity to handle serious rains. How
Great flush indoor to outdoor flooring! How do you deal with water?
“I like the big glass” — Philip Su
Ian Moore Architects
Balmoral House
Ideabooks3,778
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some glass door manufacturers offer drains for their lower door tracks, but am unsure if they have enough draining capacity to handle serious rains. How
Great flush indoor to outdoor flooring! How do you deal with water?
“Balcony railing” — catlips
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