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  • Partner Post: Giving Your Yard a Green Makeover

    Partner Post: Giving Your Yard a Green Makeover

    Even though your yard is already a green space, you can take specific steps to make it more sustainable. Try the tips in this post!

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  • Partner Post: The Berry Best Recipes for Summer

    Partner Post: The Berry Best Recipes for Summer

    The hot days of summer are on their way. Cool off with these recipes for delicious summer treats using seasonal berries!

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  • 8 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    8 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    Curb appeal helps homes sell, and landscaping with mature trees plays a major part in beautifying its exterior. Make your home turn heads with these eight tips.

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  • Partner Post: Top 5 Trees to Plant for Bees

    Partner Post: Top 5 Trees to Plant for Bees

    Did you know that bees pollinate 85 percent of the planet's flowers and more than a third of our fruits and vegetables? Without bees, our grocery stores would look shockingly sparse. ...

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  • Partner Post: 4 Reasons to Grow Blueberries on Your Patio

    Partner Post: 4 Reasons to Grow Blueberries on Your Patio

    With the trend toward healthier living on the rise, blueberry plants are perfect for anyone looking to improve their well-being with wholesome fruit right from their own backyard or patio.

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  • Partner Post: Save Energy with These Efficient Window Treatments

    Partner Post: Save Energy with These Efficient Window Treatments

    Your ordinary curtains can do a lot more than just hang out. Not only do they make a pretty nice dress in a pinch; they can also keep your home feeling more comfortable—and take the...

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  • Partner Post: Prepare Your Trees for Spring in 4 Easy Steps

    Partner Post: Prepare Your Trees for Spring in 4 Easy Steps

    New blooms, warm rain, and bright sunshine are just a few reasons to love spring. Sleeping plants slowly awaken and the birds sing with joy. A quick look around tells you it’s time to...

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  • Partner Post: 7 Ways to Pet-Proof Your Yard This Spring

    Partner Post: 7 Ways to Pet-Proof Your Yard This Spring

    You and your pets have survived over 2,000 hours of winter — probably spending at least 1,000 hours dreaming of the warm air and the fresh, green grass. Dogs especially love to sprint across...

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  • Partner Post: Wood Flooring Trends to Watch for in 2017

    Partner Post: Wood Flooring Trends to Watch for in 2017

    Wood has long been a favorite flooring style for discerning homeowners because it’s a classic option that offers both beauty and functionality. It is tough, durable and can elevate the...

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  • Partner Post: Refresh Your Décor with Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2017

    Partner Post: Refresh Your Décor with Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2017

    As we’re settling into 2017, Pantone has bestowed upon us its color for the year. It’s an eye-catching color that the Pantone team described as a calming, fresh, revitalizing shade –...

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  • Partner Post: Share Your Valentine’s Day Love with Non-traditional Plants

    Partner Post: Share Your Valentine’s Day Love with Non-traditional Plants

    Living plants provide a welcome breath of fresh air on Valentine’s Day, a moment in the dead of winter when we simultaneously stop to celebrate our loved ones as we start to suffer from...

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  • Partner Post: Hard to Kill Houseplants that Add Green to Any Space

    Partner Post: Hard to Kill Houseplants that Add Green to Any Space

    Live plants easily transform your home or office into a welcoming space alive with natural beauty. If you fear your thumb isn’t green enough to enjoy happy plants, I have some good...

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  • Partner Post: The Gardener’s Guide to a Happy Winter

    Partner Post: The Gardener’s Guide to a Happy Winter

    Though the weather outside certainly isn’t ideal for gardening, there’s still plenty to do. From designing and planning to picking seeds and maintaining garden tools, there’s plenty to...

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