Author Archives: natureisnurture

Poinsettias

When we see Poinsettias most of us naturally think of the Christmas holidays. A single potted Poinsettia has the ability to make any room festive – from a messy college dorm to an austere auto body reception area. Multiple pots … Continue reading

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Ranunculus – Persian Buttercup

A very good friend of mine, Stella, surprised me with a gift of a brilliant yellow potted Ranunculus at work one day recently. She knows I very much enjoy flowers and had seen this plant at the local home improvement … Continue reading

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Elephant Ears

Elephant ears can provide your landscape a tropical feel and grow wonderfully in part shade!
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Electrifying Lobelia

Lobelia – the brightest blue you can add to your garden! Continue reading

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Early March in North Texas – A Pictorial

March 6, 2020 My last blog post was so very long that this time I decided to give everyone a break and simply post a pictorial of some of the beautiful items in my yard that are showing promising signs … Continue reading

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Making the Best of Used Coffee Grounds and Plastic Pods

February 10, 2020 ***Unfortunately, due to a temporary glitch with my hosting program earlier this month, I lost connection with some of my subscribers. If you did not receive this post via your email subscription or FaceBook sign-up and you’d … Continue reading

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