House & Garden
Detoxing in the Spring isn’t just about your body and your health, but where you live as well. This is one of the reasons people like to do Spring Cleaning – it gives you a fresh start on your home, with a clean slate, and organized life. Keep reading for some different ideas on cleaning and detoxing your home.
Welcome in the Fresh Air
The first way to help detox your home is by airing it out. Open all of the windows to let in as much fresh air as you can. It will begin circulating throughout your home, helping it to be less stuffy, and feel clean and refreshed. Continue reading
A cherry fruit is classified as a “drupe”. In the center it has a single hard core that holds the seed. The outside of the fruit is smooth and might have a small groove down one side. There are hundreds of different varieties of cherry.
There are two main groups that cherries can fall under. It is either a wild cherry or a sour cherry. Wild cherries are generally used for plain eating, and originated in Europe or western Asia. Usually if you buy a bag of cherries from the store, you can guess that they are wild cherries. Continue reading
If you’re like most people, you can’t wait for spring weather so you can get outdoors. You may be thinking about spring cleaning your backyard to get it ready for the sunshine and summer. Here are some ways you can do that and enjoy being outdoors at the same time.
Gather the family together so everyone is pitching in with the work. Your children might not be keen, but once you explain you’re trying to get it ready for summer fun, they may stop complaining so much.
Of course, you’ll want to be sure to have people work to their abilities, but everyone can contribute.
Decide what needs the most attention. Undoubtedly there will be a build-up of leaves regardless if you raked during the fall. There may also be limbs which have fallen from the tree due to ice or wind. Continue reading
When planting flower bulbs in the spring, it is essential that you take some basic steps in how and where you plant your tender bulbs so that they grow healthily and produce your desired visual results.
Neglected flower bulbs may wither and eventually dry up and then you will have to replace them in the next planting season. And, bulbs that are planted in the wrong place or in less than optimal soil conditions, may not produce flowers at all and will probably end up dying – causing you more expense and effort in achieving your goal for a beautiful flower bed. Continue reading