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Improve Your Style Fortune With Lucky Bamboo

Serve this versatile plant straight up or with a twist for auspicious living decor that thrives without soil Full Story
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Gerald Lorentz
Excellent article on a living design element many people are requesting today. It's simplicity is so elegant that it fits in with most of our Minimalist's designs.
August 10, 2013 at 5:33am   
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Quantumnerd -
You note that many plants etc are toxic to pets. Does that mean you advise not having those plants if you have pets? After a lifetime of pets and plants, my observations are that a. while chomping a toxic plant leaf may cause a pet to barf, it's nothing more dangerous than that; and b. toxic plants apparently taste bad, cause nobody much wants to eat them, and c. the few pet illnesses and deaths reportedly from eating toxic plants are the exception rather than the rule. Much like peanut allergy. Because some children have a dangerous, even lethal, reaction to peanuts, no one is suggesting that peanut butter never be in the same house with a child. If you have a plant that a pet wants to eat, you'll probably want to move it because it will look awful, toxic or not. There are plenty of other plants you can try until you find the ones your pets aren't interested in.
August 10, 2013 at 7:11am     
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