Everyone loves a living room with leather couches! We’ve had ours for years! They are so cozy and easy to clean up!However once those bruises and cuts show up on the surface, the same leather couch you know and love could become an eyesore! Not to worry!There are some easy steps you can take to repair your leather couch!
The proper use of any pesticide starts with understanding the content of the label.Homeowners may want to consider an effective non-toxic natural pesticide as an alternative for controlling pests.The reading and understanding of a pesticide chemical label can be challenging and boring. Reading a chemical label itself can be difficult, throw in the ultra small fine print and reading or a magnifying glass may be needed.
I’m always on the look out to share creative but inexpensive ways to create an impact in the garden. One of the best ways to accomplish that impact comes from the use of light.When you first look at the image above from Christine at littlebrags you’ll probably say “What Impact”!We’ve shared several posts using cans and creating magical looks outdoors when placing lighting inside.
Ants have some interesting creatures. Did you know?Using their mandibles they are capable of carrying objects 50 times their body weightSome plants are defended ant species in exchange for food and shelter.Ants may herd other species of insects, like aphids or leafhoppers.Scout ants lay scented trails for other ants to for food.
It’s been called black gold and it is estimated that a cubic yard of compost is worth of $562. Over 60 of what we put in landfills is organic waste. It may be dirty… but compost is rich.If you are new to composting, or an expert looking to improve, you’ll find some simple composting tricks and tips that could help you out a bit.
Kentia palm care comes with a rich history few indoor houseplants can claim.The upright “Kentia palm Howea Forsteriana” with its beautiful, arching, dark green leaves has graced the background photos of royalty in the Victorian era earning the name ‘Parlor Palm.”There’s also another Kentia called Howea belmoreana, Belmore sentry palm and curly palm.