NEW BEGINNINGS – STRESS FREE

NEW BEGINNINGS – STRESS FREE

New Years Eve is when people around the world celebrate their hopes and dreams for the new year. Planning out new beginnings – stress free in order to continue good practices, make changes or eliminate bad traits and behaviours. 2020 was one of the most stress full, frustrating, disorienting and heartbreaking year… in my lifetime.…

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The 5 Easiest Indoor Plants

The 5 Easiest Indoor Plants

Plants by “simple” definition are living organisms that grow in a permanent spot, absorbs water & inorganic substances through its roots and processes nutrients in its leaves by using photosynthesis to make its own food. They produce most of the world’s oxygen while eating up carbon dioxide and are important parts of the food chain..…

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Dreaming of Spring!

Dreaming of Spring!

Are you all getting ready to start your seeds inside? I am! I plan to start some flower seeds for my many flower boxes and earns very soon. In fact I have some of the trays already with seed starter and a few with just potting soil. I also will start some veggies, but they…

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Valentine’s Day!

Is it to celebrate the love you have for your significant other, your children, your friends, parents or is it just a fun way to make February (winter) more alive? The story of Valentine’s Day comes from the third century in Rome. The legend is from a period in time when an Emperor named Claudius…

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Spring Fever

Spring Fever

Getting Ready to Plant Seeds Temperature here in Ontario is -8 degrees Celsius. It is supposed to get better this Weekend. I heard 0 for Saturday and 4 on Sunday! Of course this includes rain over night with rain/snow showers Sunday afternoon. It is, Ontario and only mid March!The Sun is out which is the…

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A Zen Planter

A Zen Planter

A friend and I visited Belgium Nursery this weekend. We both love plants and what better place to go in February than their annual Cactus Festival that runs January 24th -February 24th, 2019. It’s here that I grabbed (Yes, grabbed is a very good word for it!) a few tropical plants and some little succulent…

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