I’m a huge fan of plants, and because we live in an urban area, I’m always looking for more ways to bring the outdoors in. Not only is greenery hard to come by on the outskirts of DC, but living in one of the most grid-locked cities in America leaves s
KOKEDAMA The name is derived from the Japanese words for moss (“koke”) and ball (“dama”), essentially creating a string garden. Kokedama is a great option for displaying low-light loving plants and can even be arranged as a hanging garden.
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Kitchen Herbs - Your backyard might be out of commission until next spring, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some fresh greenery during these colder months. Breathe some life into your space with lush indoor plant ideas.