Hunting down and removing hibernating pests now can save a lot of trouble come spring and summer. Take a closer look at the crowns of your perennial plants and you may find slugs, snails and aphid colonies sheltering for the winter. If you still haven’t cleared last year’s pots of summer bedding then do this now and be on the look-out for the white vine weevil larvae, which live in the compost and feed on plant roots.
I adore Japanese gardens. The neatness, calmness, delicate trees, rocks, water and moss. Beautiful. <3
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How to Do the Splits in a Week or Less -- via wikiHow.com. For those who already have a substantial amount of flexibility.
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Strawberry Spinach Salad with Candied Pecans - so simple to make and pairs perfectly with just about anything!