Trying to landscape in an area where the soil is constantly wet can be a struggle to get right. The wrong plants won’t survive the lack of oxygen and will most often succumb to root rot. Luckily, there are many shrubs, trees, and plants that like wet soil.
There are certain items in a DIYers toolkit that seem to become staples over time. One of those items for me is dowel rods. I love the versatility of dowel rods, and how they can provide solutions to many of our household problems. So, I thought I would compile a selection of some of my favorite ways to use dowel rods. I hope that it inspires some great DIY projects for you!
Each year, those in the know offer their predictions for color trends and what is to come. Sometimes those predictions turn out to be accurate. Sometimes… not so much. This year the colors have been predicted, and you may be surprised at where we are heading.
You are probably well aware that cleaning your hands is the first and best defense against contracting the coronavirus or the flu. But what, if anything, can you do to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and/or flu germs around your house?
I noticed that there seem to be a lot of articles out there to educate people on which plants are resistant to deer, but not so much on telling which plants deer love to eat, or what to avoid if that is not your intention. (As in, the deer will eat these to the ground). So, I decided that it is time to put the warning out there.