These flowers make your garden more beautiful

We all love flowers. So the below article gives an idea about which flower grow at home to make your garden more beautiful.

1. .Vinca Pink flowers are used as a symbol of love and awareness. For decades, pink flowers have been used to decorate weddings as a symbol of love.

2.Portulaca is the type of genus of the flowering plants family Portulacaceae, Composing about 40-100 species.

It is relatively easy to grow in more cold climates, but no problem in exposing to sun..

3.Californian poppy also called as Eschscholzia californica (California poppy, Californian poppy, golden poppy, California sunlight, cup of gold) is a species of flowering plant in the family Papaveraceae, native to the United States and Mexico, and the official state flower of California.

4.Dianthus is a genus of about 300 species of flowering plants in the family Caryophyllaceae, native mainly to Europe and Asia.

The species are mostly herbaceous perennials, a few are annual or biennial, and some are low subshrubs with woody basal stems. The leaves are opposite, simple, mostly linear and often strongly glaucous grey-green to blue-green.

5.Cosmos sulphureus is also known as Yellow Cosmos.
It is native native to Mexico, Central America, Europe, Asia and Australia as well.

Flowering is best in full sun, although partial shade is tolerate.The plant is tolerant to drought after germination, and is seldom subject to insect or disease damage

6.Dahilia ,these colorful spiky flowers generally bloom from midsummer to first frost, when many other plants are past their best. They range in color and even size, from the giant 10-inch “dinnerplate” blooms to the 2-inch lollipop-style pompons. Most varieties grow 4 to 5 feet tall.

7. Balsam is a quick growing summer annual flower, with gardenia-like blooms. Continuous blooms grow on top of a bushy plant with glossy leaves. You will get blooms in about 60-70 days. Balsam is a member of the Impatiens family. Colors include shades of white, pink, rose, violet, and red. Balsam are native to Asia, North America, and South Africa. There are annual and perennial varieties.

8. Antirrhinum majus also called as snapdragon in the flower bed provides cool season color and a mid-sized plant to balance tall background plants and shorter bedding plants in the front. Learn how to grow snapdragon for early spring blooms.

9. Alyssum Growing sweet alyssum requires well-drained soil with moderate moisture. The plants are tolerant of many types of soils and make a cheerful accent in many situations.

10. Gaillardia is produced above a clump of hairy, narrow, gray-green leaves, the blossoms of perennial blanket flower have petals that may be solid colored shades of yellow, wine red , orange or peach, or may be banded in combinations of red or orange with yellow.

These are the best flowers that you can grow at home other than the ordinary ones we see.Xiamen Aba is a professional manufacturer dedicated in garden planters.We strive to develop truly unique and innovative garden products.More info,Please visit us at :china-aba.com or via info@jweimolding.com.

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Choose the best pot for your indoor garden

The different types of hydroponic systems each are built around specific types of containers, but soil-based growers have a few choices of pots, too. With this quick guide, you’ll be able to select the best plant pot for your needs.

SIZE MATTERS

Before you choose a container, consider how big your plants will be at maturity. You might think the easy answer is to just get the biggest container so any size plant will fit it. But in an oversized pot the soil mix can remain soggy because the little plants’ roots are not able to absorb all of the moisture, leading to root rot and other problems that result when plants sit in water. In pots that are too small, plants’ growth is restricted. A simple rule of thumb: Get 2 gallons of pot size for each 12 inches of expected plant height. So if the crop you’re growing will reach 2 feet tall, its container should be about 4 gallons, while a 6-gallon pot is best for 3-foot-tall plants.

GROW BAGS

Fabric containers, sometimes sold as “smart pots,” are made from permeable material that allows oxygen to reach plants’ roots and excess water to leach out. They are lightweight so they’re easy to move around. Since they are made from a soft material, they can be stored out of sight when not in use. They are reusable. The permeable fabric prevents plants from becoming root-bound because roots are “air-pruned,” or blocked from continuing their growth as they extend outside the soil and into the air outside the pot. Air flow also helps dry out the soil swiftly, so plants don’t get waterlogged. Faster drying of the soil means you may need to water more frequently if you are not using a feeding system that provides steady moisture and nutrients to your plants. Because excess moisture seeps out of the sides of the bags, you need to place a large saucer or tray beneath the pots to keep water from creating damp spots on the floor that will host destructive fungi.

AIR POTS

Plastic containers perforated with holes on all sides are known as “air pots” because they allow so much essential oxygen to reach plants’ roots. More air produces healthier, more robust plants. The holes allow for good drainage, too. In ordinary plastic containers, roots wrap around the inside of the pot, constricting into a tight ball. Air pruning naturally limits the roots’ length, causing the plant to produce new, healthy branching roots. While the tall, thin shape of air pots allows you to fit more containers in the space you have available, be aware that they can become top heavy and prone to tipping over when the plants get taller.

SEEDLING TRAYS

An efficient way to start your crop (seeds or clones) is in a cell-pack or seedling tray. You can grow a lot of plants in very little space and you can keep them consistently moist without overwatering them. You will however, need to transplant them to larger pots in about 4 to 6 weeks.

Transplanting can stress plants and slow their growth. To minimize transplant shock, start with the same soil mix as in your larger container. Gently scoop the small plants out of the cells with as much soil attached as possible and dig holes in the new containers so that all the roots fit without crushing them. Many starter kits come with plastic lids to keep humidity high so seeds stay moist as they sprout. As soon as you see the first little plants poking up, be sure to remove the lid right away and don’t use the lid when you’re growing clones. Too much humidity can cause damping off, a fungal disease that kills new plants.

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The Intro of Quartz Countertops

Quartz is an interesting material. It’s not “just” quartz. It’s actually a composite made of quartz, pigments, and resins. While it contains natural stone ,it’s not a naturally occurring slab, such as granite.

In the U.S. today, sales of quartz countertops have skyrocketed with the number of quartz countertops now approaching those of granite and marble. This is due, in part, to the fact that quartz surfaces are chemical, stain, chip, and crack resistant. Not only that, but quartz surfacing is non-porous. This meant that the surfacing never needs sealing, plus it’s also 99.9-percent bacteria-free.

If you like the look of quartz, you probably prefer materials that look “like new,” without imperfections. While granite and marble are beautiful, they do contain variations and imperfections. Some think this adds character. But others prefer the color and pattern consistency of quartz, which has essentially “engineered out” any sign of imperfection. This also makes quartz surfacing incredibly flat and smooth.

Along these lines, any seams present in quartz surfaces can be easily disguised. On the other hand, seams in marble and granite are typically far more visible.

Not only will quartz surfaces last a very long time (and look great while doing so) they require very little, if any, maintenance. Unlike granite or marble, they never need to be sealed or re-sealed year after year. Plus, cleaning is exceptionally easy, requiring only wiping with a damp cloth or paper towel. Tougher cleaning jobs might require the help of a mild cleanser or non-abrasive sponge.

While quartz countertops are exceptionally durable, note that they’re not indestructible. We suggest that you always use trivets, towels, or pads when using hot pots and pans. Quartz can resist very high temperatures, but quick changes in temps (known as thermal shock) can damage the surface.

Today, quartz is quickly becoming a “must have” countertop material. But the most important thing is to choose the material that you like best. In the end, it’s a personal choice. If you like the color-consistency offered by quartz and the low-maintenance nature of the surface, we can all but guarantee that you’ll enjoy a quartz countertop.

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How to keep houseplants healthy

It’s  not difficult to keep houseplants healthy, but you do need to pay attention to their basic needs, and take care of any pest problems right away. Here are some suggestions to help you have a green thumb indoors as well as out!

Know Your Plants
All plants need food, water and sunlight to survive, but different plants require different amounts of each. This is just as true with houseplants as it is for the plants in your garden. For example, ficus trees generally thrive with indirect light and moist soil, whereas cacti require bright light and dry soil.

Make sure you choose houseplants that will thrive on the amount of light you can provide. Healthy plants will be able to ward off pests and disease much better than weak plants.

Indoor plants also need regular fertilizing to maintain healthy growth. A great all-around fertilizer that can be added right to your watering can is Plant Health Care for Seedlings and Houseplants. It is a balanced formula that contains a 6-12-6 fertilizer, humic and amino acids, and vitamins. As a general rule, most houseplants should be fertilized from January through September, and should then be allowed to “rest” for a few months.

Provide Consistent Water
Alternating periods of drought and flood can really stress a plant’s root system. Most plants like having their roots consistently moist, but not wet. Some plants prefer to dry out a bit between waterings. For new plants, check the care label or consult a good indoor plant book. This will help you determine the right watering routine. Self-watering planters make it easier to keep plants watered.

Prevent Pest Problems
When a houseplant gets attacked by an insect pest, the problem can quickly spread to other plants. Preventing insects from entering your home is key to indoor insect control.Each time you water your plants, inspect both sides of the leaves for signs of pests or disease. If you suspect anything, isolate the plant from your other plants until you have eliminated the problem.

It is also a good idea to wash the leaves of your plants several times a year. Dust and grime on houseplants doesn’t just look bad; it is also bad for the health of the plant. Dust clogs the pores of plant leaves, making it difficult for the plant to respirate. In addition, dust filters sunlight before it reaches the plant, decreasing the amount of photosynthesis the plant can undertake. Dust and grime can also attract and harbor spider mites and other insect pests.Wash smooth-leaved houseplants with a moist, soft cloth. For plants with many small leaves, use a hand sprayer or sink sprayer to douse them with water. Another option is to place the plant under a shower head and spray it. In all cases, the water should be lukewarm — not cold or hot.

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Wood flooring is environmentally friendly

Many people are attracted to wood floors because of their elegant and quality appearance. They are a beautiful addition to a home and they are also an eco-friendly choice. Wood flooring is environmentally friendly.

Wood is a carbon neutral product and provides oxygen during its life cycle.

Indoor air quality is greatly improved when wood floors are present and installed correctly.

Production of wood flooring saves natural resources because they use less water and energy than other materials.

Another great benefit of wood flooring is that it can most definitely be recycled or burned as fuel. This is not the case for various other flooring options.

Aside from looking wonderful in a home, wood floors are truly the best option when deciding on an eco-friendly material. They last for decades and do not need to be replaced frequently.

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Marble Flooring is a good choice

Some avoid marble because they hear it’s hard to keep “looking nice” or they think it’s too expensive. But marble is actually a versatile and durable material. Think about it. It’s been used for centuries! This means it’s also timeless. So while it may cost more than some other options you have, rest assured your marble floor will long outlive you—if you let it. It does take some care, but this can be far outweighed by the sheer elegance it offers.

When it’s first installed, your marble floor will need a protective sealant. Your natural stone supplier can recommend the best product for the particular marble you’ve selected. You will likely need to reapply this sealant every year, at the very least. But fear not…it’s actually a very easy process. There are many products available that need only be applied and left to dry.

Cleaning will be very important for your marble floor. The best way to keep marble clean is to remove dirt, grit, and other materials as often as possible. With your marble being in your entryway, this will be of particular importance. Grime and dirt left on the marble can cause minute scratches on the surface of the marble, which may become noticeable over time. So clean the surface with a damp cloth, soft broom, or non-abrasive vacuum as regularly as possible. Wipe up any spills immediately and avoid harsh cleaning chemicals. Never use bleach, vinegar, or acidic-based cleaners on your marble, as they will degrade the surface over time.

You’ll want to mop your marble floor with water as often as necessary to keep grime and dirt at bay, and then quickly and thoroughly dry it. Just as important as cleaning frequency is the cleaning agent used. Never use chemicals on your marble floor. Harsh cleaners or acidic substances will damage it. Use only hot or warm water and a specially formulated stone floor cleaner.  Mild soap won’t actually harm the stone, but if you use it consistently, it may lead to a dull “soap scum” like film over the surface. It may go without saying, but it’s very important…do not use bathroom tub and tile or grout cleaners on your marble. The abrasives in these agents will wreak havoc on delicate marble. The safest way is to use a professional cleaner specifically made for marble.

To keep the marble in your foyer looking great for a long time to come and cut down on grime, place a non-slip mat outside the door for visitors to wipe their feet. On the inside, be sure to place a small carpet or area rug to capture any remaining debris.

Marble is definitely beautiful. And like many beauties, it requires diligent care. But follow these tips and you’ll be well on your way to having a beautiful marble floor that will last for decades

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Engineered wood flooring and its benefits

The fact about engineered hardwood is, it’s actually real hardwood! There are many benefits of choosing an engineered product. To help you understand the basics, engineered hardwoods are made up of layers that are “glued together in a cross-grain construction.” It is stronger than a piece of solid wood and can be installed direct to concrete. The top layer of the hardwood “provides the most uniform color and the most resistance to seasonal expansion.” If concerned about the environmental factors of your flooring, engineered hardwood has beneficial aspects when it comes to the Earth.

If considering engineered wood flooring for your home, the main question you might ask is: What’s the advantage of using an Engineered wood floor over a Solid nail down floor? The answer is simple.

“Engineered hardwood floors can be installed in areas where there is slightly higher relative humidity levels. Engineered wood flooring being more stable is a great choice to use in summer homes where the heat is turned lower when no one is there. Because manufacturing engineered flooring does not waste valuable prized wood below its wear layer, purchasing engineered flooring also helps conserve our forests.”

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