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 Use scent to deter foxes


Foxes have a very strong sense of smell and will eat almost anything. Gardens with chickens or rabbits, or bird feeders, accessible pots, and crops are particularly attractive. You can use some scents to deter foxes, they are said to dislike the smell of chilies and garlic, so pour boiling water and spray your garden as a fox repellant. Other animal repellents are available, but be aware of the risk to other wildlife and always read the manufacturers' instructions carefully. If a territory is marked by a fox, it will take some effort to move them, and if they feel their territory is being threatened, they may increase the amount of marking.

Some indoor plants that don't need sunlight

 What are some indoor plants that don't need sunlight or indirect light to thrive? The first thing to understand is that all plants need some form of light to thrive. If you think that light can be defined by "sunlight" or "indirect light," you're asking whether there are any indoor plants that don't need light to thrive—and the answer, quite simply and unequivocally, is no, there are no plants that don't need light to thrive. Some will live without light for a certain period of time, but survival for a short time will be a different kind of prosperity. You already know that plants need light to survive. Are you thinking that sunlight and indirect light mean light from windows and that electric light is "the other kind", and you hear about plants that are happy with electric light, but no window light around? The answer is yes, there are many indoor plants that can survive under electric light. You have to be careful to provide

Indoor plants - 10 easy care plants

 10 Easy Care Indoor Plants With these easy and stylish starter plants, no one will guess you're a houseplant newbie. It's a familiar story: You pluck a beautiful houseplant from the nursery, and after a few months it wilts, your horticultural hopes plummeting with each fallen leaf. But that doesn't mean you should give up houseplants entirely. There are plenty of indoor plants that thrive with little fuss (and can even survive with less-than-optimal light or occasional watering). You don't have to stick with a common spider plant. Here are some of the best stylish, easy-care, and under-the-radar houseplants for beginners. These choices can bring drama to a room—but not your life. 1 Ficus Alii High-impact like the ubiquitous fiddle-leaf fig, but low-maintenance, the Ali ficus usually has a bushy or lollipop shape, sometimes with a twining trunk. "Tall specimens really provide a focal point for a room," says Baylor Chapman, stylist, and author of D

herbs you can grow in water and indoor

 Delicious herbs you can grow in water Many herbs can grow for months in nothing but water. Propagating them from your garden is an easy way, and you can keep your fresh herb supply going through the winter, by bringing a few sprigs indoors before frost. Cut 4- to 6-inch-long stems from any of the following plants, remove the leaves from the bottom half, and place the bare stems in water. Place the cuttings in a sunny window and change the water every few days. If you want to plant them, once the roots are two inches long, move your cuttings into containers of potting mix. 1 Thyme Although thyme has small leaves, it packs some big flavor. The best time to root cuttings from this perennial herb is in mid-spring and early summer when the plant is producing fresh, new growth. Make your cuts just below a node, which is the part of a stem where leaves sprout. Your thyme stalks will root after two weeks of being placed in water. 2 Mint By growing mint in a jar of water, you can

indoor plants need more sunlight

 8 signs that your indoor plants need more sunlight As for houseplants, they need to be brought into the house with the low light requirement, occasional watering, and easy growth characteristics such as other basic maintenance. For these reasons, they can perform better in bad situations and even live in your oblivion. However, for better growth, they also need essential components. Have you ever noticed your plant leaning towards light sources, growing legs, or producing small leaves? If one of these symptoms appears, it means that your plants are facing some problems and need your help. You know that light is an important factor for plant growth and vitality, otherwise, they would fall and not grow normally. Furthermore, it provides energy for photosynthesis, the process plants use to integrate food. Each plant needs a different amount of light to grow, and when they do not receive enough sun, they will sign off on some of the symptoms. To fix, give such plants optimal g

grow back to become indoor plants in the future

 Kitchen scraps you can grow back to become indoor plants in the future Have you ever thought that you can own cheap houseplants from the vegetable trash in the kitchen? In today’s post, we share with you 8 kitchen scraps that you can grow back to become indoor plants in the future. Before we put them in the trash, let’s try to grow them again and see the amazing things that will appear next time soon. That’s right, you can start a garden using the organic waste in your home. Vegetables, herbs, and fruits are very popular foods and are essential in the daily diet. Usually, you use edible areas such as stems and leaves and refuse maintenance. Instead of throwing them away, replant them to get an unlimited supply of free houseplants and your family's favorite products at once. They are very easy to grow back in any condition of soil or water. Save and try now! 1 lettuce To re-grow lettuce scraps, place the base in a bowl of 1-inch warm water. Let it sit in direct sunlight

Beautiful trees that you can grow indoors

Indoor trees will change the tone of the room Suddenly your living room is boho with a jungle feel. For the gardener, growing trees indoors has nothing to do with it, and it can often be challenging to see if the parlor can avoid spider mites in the palm of your hand. There is a popular study by NASA that many types of plants can help clean the air in your home. Whatever your reason behind it, if you want to grow a tree indoors it will be helpful to know a little about what is worth the effort. Here we reveal ten trees you need to grow inside your home. 7 trees you can grow indoors 1. Parlor Palm (Samadoria elegans) Parlor palms look beautiful indoors. However, they can also be a target for spiders. Some plant collectors will not keep them for this reason. Or if they do, they will keep it far away from their home plant collection. If you want to give it a shot, you should select a healthy plant in the garden area, remove it by hose and apply some insecticide soap like neem

10 indoor plants that face east through house windows

 Excellent indoor plants that face east through house windows If your own home is bright in the morning sun, here is a list of the best indoor plants for the east through the house windows you can create! Have the best time of day in the morning by raising these tall indoor plants that face east through the windows of the house! Typically, a jab path receives direct morning light and bright oblique daylight throughout the day. Indoor crops placed on the east-facing window or door will grow sturdy and healthy. You can keep them in pots, hanging baskets, window boxes, windows, and shelves! 1. Japanese Aralia This ornamental houseplant, with deep flap leaves, makes for a glossy sloping light and magnificent east-facing window plant. 2. Areca Palm You can not hold this palm in the dark when it is dark because it prefers light and soft morning light that shines all day long. It additionally grows well in western and southern advertising. 3. Swiss cheese mill This tropical plant

8 Edible Indoor Plants

8  Edible Indoor Plants Bring Benefits to Your Health Produces green space and absorbs CO2, purifies the air, such as potholes, snake plants, jade plants, cactus. Did you know that some have many uses for health? In the article, we will write about plants that help you work out both the decoration and the best food you are looking for. They are considered to be the perfect options for decorating, saving money, and eating healthy. If you grow them in the living space, you will keep them at home throughout the year and use them when needed. Lemons, carrots, bell peppers and more can be turned raw from cooked into many delicious dishes. You can grow them in the corner of the house, on the window sill, or in front of the porch, and you can eat them whenever you want. There are many varieties of dwarfs that can easily grow and adapt to indoor conditions with basic care. Whether you grow them for decoration or for good health, they promise to surprise you. 1 lemon Lemon contains

7 The best indoor plants for asthma

Indoor plants for asthma If you or someone you love has asthma, you may be interested in anything that can help improve their lung function and the air they breathe. You may not realize that there are some plants that can help with this. I have had asthma all my life and all my children have asthma. One thing we have noticed is that common plant and tree allergies can trigger our asthma. We are also prone to other odors such as perfumes, deodorants, and pet dander. As much as I loved the plants, I was afraid to bring them inside. That's as far as I know, some that do not provoke us and some that can help our asthma. The best indoor plants for asthma also purify the air inside your home. The best indoor plants for asthma Whether you like plants or live with someone with asthma, instead of triggering their asthma, you should choose plants that help them. And it starts with learning more about common houseplants So, what are the best indoor plants for asthma? The easy answ

indoor plants survive the winter

 How to help indoor plants survive the winter In winter, tropical indoor plants are at the mercy of draft windows, drying furnaces, and cool temperatures. To help your indoor plants survive the cold winter months, follow these tips from Bloomscape's own Grow-How team! We are here to make plant care easier. See what our Grow-How team has to say about keeping your plants alive this winter. Waterless often Your pot plant will not need much water during the winter months as the growth rate of most plants will be significantly reduced during this period. Excessive watering can lead to root rot, especially in winter. However, this does not mean that you should ignore them altogether! Check the soil Constantly monitor the moisture content of your plant by checking the soil. Here are some ways to find out if your plant needs irrigation: Using your finger, push down to see if the soil is moist Measure the weight of your plant and pot. If it is lighter than normal, it will be rea