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Master bath beauty
... or mixed with other flowers, as in this orchid arrangement.
sm red orchids w/ artichokes
DC Metro's Custom Cabinetry Design & Kitchen Remodeling
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Is that flower fake?! I'm looking for a fake purple orchid
No it is a real orchid - purchased from Pusateri's
L K DeFrances & Associates
Coconut Palm Residence
Can you please tell me where i can get the orchid arrangement ? If not the arrangement, the stems used to make it. Thank you!
Coffee table & orchid
Dominick Tringali Architects
A row of Zee Zee–filled pots is an attractive, low-maintenance design element that will look pretty much the same for years and will not require repotting. So it's OK to invest in gorgeous pots; they'll serve you for many years to come.How to Care for a Zee Zee PlantTemperature: The average room temperature
Period Homes, Inc.
2009 Southern Accents Showhome
pruning. Herbaceous plants can simply be pinched back, but use clippers on woody stems. Be sure to remove any stems or leaves that are dead or diseased. Repot plants whose roots are growing out of the drainage holes or are at the soil’s surface. Select a container that is only one size larger than the old
edgewater design llc
Edgewater Design LLC
a potted tree indoors for longer than a month. You could awaken the tree out of dormancy with all the sunlight and warmth inside. In early spring, re-pot your tree in a large outdoor container or plant it in the ground. If you pot a pine sapling for Christmas and you plan to plant it in your yard come
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
cineraria); it's a fantastic decorative touch in this rustic, historic-looking room. The blooming bush is Abutilon, which, with proper pruning and repotting twice a year, can be kept as a houseplant for many years. Abutilon prefers a cool winter room and less water, followed by warmth and adequate moisture