This Fourth of July, gather with your family and friends for good food, games, conversation, fireworks and lots of laughter. If you’re hosting this year’s Independence Day extravaganza, we have some tips on how you can make your home decked out with American pride.
Don’t have much time to prepare for the guests coming to your house for the holiday festivities? No worries!
Here are some last-minute decorating ideas for your Fourth of July party.
If you’re a first-year student, moving away can be terrifying. It’s up to you to boost the vibe of your new living space to make it as pleasant and close to that feeling of home as possible. College dorm rooms have little color and texture, so indoor plants can drastically alter the design of a room. They are an excellent way to make a room feel cozy and inviting.
The best plants for your dorm room are low-maintenance plants that add flair and style to your space. Here are five of our favorites!
From coaching Little League baseball to cheering you on at every major life event, Dad has always been there. This year Father’s Day is June 16. It is a time to celebrate the special men in your life, whether it's your dad, grandpa, husband, or someone who has acted as a father figure in your life. Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to thank him without spending a lot of money.
Here are five Father’s Day gifts under $50 guaranteed to impress without breaking the bank.
Some of the most common questions we get from orchid owners are: Is my orchid dead? And when do I need to repot my orchid? Over the years, we’ve addressed these concern to reassure orchid owners that dormancy is a natural part of the orchid life cycle, orchids can be rebloomed for years to come, and that you really only need to re-pot once every couple of years—phew!
World Environment Day is tomorrow, June 5.
It's a day to bring awareness to something many of us take for granted: Clean air.
It's also a reminder that we all have a responsibility to reduce air pollution. Here's what you should know about World Environment Day and how to contribute to a cleaner future.
Memorial Day is Monday, May 27. While you're out relaxing at the pool or enjoying a summer barbecue, take a moment to reflect on the real reason for the holiday.
Memorial Day is a day to remember the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice fighting for our country. Declared a national holiday by President Lyndon Johnson in May 1966, our national day of remembrance traces back to the Civil War, when women decorated the graves of Union and Confederate soldiers.
Here are a few simple ways to honor the fallen this Memorial Day weekend.
Orchid lovers are passionate about their plants. They may have many different types of orchids (there are over 30,000 to choose from), or they might prefer one in particular. And Phalaenopsis orchids happen to be among the most popular varieties.
In fact, we grow more than eight million of them each year at our greenhouse in Oberlin, Ohio!
Here are just a few reasons why they're so well-loved.
Are you a plant parent? Do you take great pride in cultivating an indoor oasis or urban jungle?
If so, you're in good company. The "plant parent" trend has taken off in recent years, especially among Millennials. Many live in small spaces or apartments that lack an outside garden space. Plant parents may not be ready for the commitment of raising children or even pets just yet, but they want to feel connected to the outdoors and experience the satisfaction of nurturing living things.
If you’re a proud plant parent, here are nine things you can relate to.
If you’re thinking about Mother’s Day, you’re probably thinking about flower delivery—especially if your mom lives far away.
But if you haven’t ordered flowers online before, you might be wondering if what you see is what your mom will actually get.
It’s not easy to be far away from the ones you love most, especially during a holiday that celebrates them. Your mom has always been by your side, and you wish you could be there for her this Mother’s Day. Send love from far away and give Mom a beautiful gift that’s sure to put a smile on her face—an orchid!
Here’s why orchids make a great Mother’s Day gift, especially if your mom lives far away.
Your mom has always put you first. One day of pampering isn’t nearly enough to thank her for all she does for you, but it will go a long way to show her how much you care.
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 12—and the big day will be here before you know it!
Here are a few ways you can make Mom feel like a million bucks.
Can you believe Easter is almost here? As you plan your family Easter dinner and the annual egg hunt, it’s a good time to refresh your home decor for spring. If you need some inspiration, we’ve got you covered!
There’s a reason the DIY craze is still going strong. Not only can crafters on a budget create stunning décor items without overspending, but many DIY decorations are actually much simpler to make than may appear at first glance.
Here are six awesome DIY spring decorations for one-of-a-kind décor:
The money tree plant is believed to bring good luck and harmony to your office or home. It's the perfect size for even small spaces, helps purify the air and is incredibly easy to care for.
Even so, you might notice your money tree plant losing leaves from time to time. Why does this happen, and how do you know when you should be concerned?
Here's what you need to know.
Finding the best places to keep your orchid isn’t as hard as you think. Although they're tropical plants, orchids grow in many different environments. They’re sophisticated and beautiful on the outside, but on the inside, they are strong adaptable plants. But though they’re tough, they’re not invincible.
Orchid air roots are not that uncommon. But if you are new to Phalaenopsis orchids, the term may be unfamiliar to you. If you ever notice some of your orchid’s roots beginning to grow or loop above the surface of the growing medium, you have air roots.