1. Articles in category: Your Home and Garden

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    1. Hydrangea Propagation Techniques

      Hydrangea Propagation Techniques

      Stumbled upon this interesting piece from Ugly Duckling House. It's called How to Propagate Hydrangeas.

      It gives us some fascinating ideas. This one, in particular, we thought was worth the share:

      Some gardeners swear by rooting them in winter, where they’ll grow more resilient roots versus summer (which also makes sense). So, as of now, I have no recommendation as to what time of year is best. I’m simply taking what I cut off from pruning my hydrangeas in spring and summer and using those cutoffs for propagation.

      Give the rest of this interesting article a read ...

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      Mentions: Home Garden
    2. Garden Organization With A Little Help From Marie Kondo

      Garden Organization With A Little Help From Marie Kondo

      Since Netflix released her series, Marie Kondo has become one of the most influential women on the planet. She's sparked a kind of an organization revolution in households all over the world. However, she's not just sparking joy indoors. Gardeners can get in on the action too. This is what The Lovely Greens is sharing with us in this beautiful article.

      Tanya, the website's resident gardener extraordinaire, helps us translate Marie Kondos tips from the interior of the home to the exterior. Just like the Netflix series, this post is full wisdom in the years spent on ...

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      Mentions: Locals Home Garden
    3. A Free and Simple Yet Absolutely Beautiful Garden Edging Material That You Never Would've Guessed Would Work

      A Free and Simple Yet Absolutely Beautiful Garden Edging Material That You Never Would've Guessed Would Work

      If you're asking yourself how much you should spend on your home improvement, the best answer is free. There are tons of options to choose from that you can DIY into making it look pretty enough for your home. One such example is these pruned raspberry cane turned into garden edging. In this article, Tanya Anderson of Lovely Greens herself teaches how to make this absolutely beautiful project.

      "They seem like such a shame to waste though, especially when you consider the other materials that we buy to bring into the garden like willow, hazel, and bamboo. This winter ...

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    4. Gardening Mistakes to Avoid

      Gardening Mistakes to Avoid

      They say an educated man learns from his mistakes but a wise man learns from the mistakes of others. In this article, we learn directly from the experiences of Tanya, behind Lovely Greens herself. It's a list of mistakes to avoid as a beginner in the organic gardening world.

      It's a great article because 90% of those who are just starting out quit just because of these mistakes. "After watching folks come and go, I have an idea of what their challenges are and have advice that might keep beginners passionate about growing," she writes.

      In short, this ...

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      Mentions: Home Garden
    5. UDH: The Best of 2018 And What's to Come for 2019

      UDH: The Best of 2018 And What's to Come for 2019

      The incredible blog site that is Ugly Duckling House is an excellent source of great home and garden tips. From gardening equipment tips to interior makeovers, it's been something of a sought after blog. The articles are just so well written and the tips are just so helpful that we at Your Home and Garden have featured her articles for quite a few times.

      In this piece, learn what was most memorable for the site's primary blogger Sara Fogle and what she's stoked for this year. It's an exciting piece that you shouldn't miss. It ...

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      Mentions: Home Garden
    6. Creative Gardening Ideas That'll Leave You Stoked the Whole Year

      Creative Gardening Ideas That'll Leave You Stoked the Whole Year

      Creativity in the kitchen doesn't have to be limited to the dishes you make. It can also be on full display in the way you grow your own food. this article, learn 12 absolutely creative gardening ideas that'll wow your guests and make your plants grow healthier than ever. There's one for each month so you can perfect each one before you start on the next idea.

      From tiny eggshell vessel to old gutter planters the creative geniuses at gardening website Lovely Greens have it all. "By challenging yourself to a creative gardening project every month you ...

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      Mentions: Locals Home indoor
    7. Comparing Safety Gloves for Small Hands

      Comparing Safety Gloves for Small Hands

      One of the most important and yet most overlooked materials in home and gardening DIY projects are safety gloves. A good pair of safety gloves provides protection and durability while affording you with the dexterity needed to finish the job. And while there is a full range to choose from, people with small hands still find it difficult to get the perfect pair.

      We at Your Home and Garden magazine recommend that you read this article from a serial DIY-er with small hands. She compares fourteen brands of gloves and gives an in-depth review based on her personal experience. It ...

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      Mentions: Home Garden
    8. Classy Golden Window Frames Might Just Be That Add-on You've Been Dreaming Of

      Classy Golden Window Frames Might Just Be That Add-on You've Been Dreaming Of

      Gold can is a bit of a risk when it comes decorating your home. You can either go super classy or super tacky super fast.

      In this article from House And Garden UK, we get to see how architectural designer Charles Rutherford created the luxurious colour so exquisite in his London home. He used gold on most of the frames of his windows. "He was inspired by a lecture in Italy in which the speaker talked about a great house with gold windows that 'glinted in the sunlight'," the article reads. "He created the effect with quick-drying metallic paint - a ...

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      Mentions: Home paint Garden
    9. A DIY Mud Room Makeover That'll Leave Your Guests Speechless

      A DIY Mud Room Makeover That'll Leave Your Guests Speechless

      Mudrooms are a great way to keep your home clean. But, how do you keep the mudroom clean?

      This article from DIY home renovation website, Ugly Duckling House, gives us the schematics to a beautiful but extremely functional storage cubbies. It's complete with a bench, hooks for hanging outerwear, and an open boot storage which all work wonderfully to keep the dirt from the inner sanctums of your home!

      You'll almost not want to use them for your muddied boots because they're so pretty. But, we at Your Home and Garden Magazine can definitely imagine this in ...

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      Mentions: Home Garden
    10. Take A Glimpse Of An Antique Collector's Home

      Take A Glimpse Of An Antique Collector's Home

      Antique pieces just have a character to them that can't be matched. So, an antique collector's home is usually so full of character. In this article, we get to learn about Guy Tobin, an antique collector, and his beautiful home.

      "For as long as I can remember, Guy has been accumulating things: black and white Indian photographs; green Venetian glasses; a wicker waste-paper basket shaped like a frog with marbles for eyes," writes his sister in this piece. She further posts pictures of her brother's lovely south London home for our enjoyment.

      The photos of his home ...

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      Mentions: Home Garden
    11. Breathe New Life into An Old Kitchen Sink By Using it as a Planter

      Breathe New Life into An Old Kitchen Sink By Using it as a Planter

      Sometimes old things can make other things look new again. All that's needed is a little bit of creativity and a little shift of perspective. That's especially the case with using an old white kitchen sink as a planter.

      This article from the gardening blog Lovely Greens, shares with us this excellent idea. "It looks good and I knew from other gardeners that stoneware sinks are incredibly versatile planters. You can plant them with all manner of greens and flowers or even use one to create a mini-pond. Not only are they practical but their crisp white lines ...

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