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Navigating Garden Centres in COVID-19

It may be summer and most flowers may be in bloom, but we’re still in a pandemic. Garden centres had a late start to their prime season in Ontario due to provincial COVID-19 restrictions. Many gardeners had been itching to get their supplies for the spring and summer when centres across the province opened upContinue reading “Navigating Garden Centres in COVID-19”

Sharing Kindness to Make a Soul Bloom

Every day we make decisions that have the potential to make someone else’s day. Acts of kindness may be extraordinary or straightforward, but still are meaningful to those on the receiving end. It can also make you feel good to be the reason for someone’s smile. We often give and receive flowers on important days,Continue reading “Sharing Kindness to Make a Soul Bloom”

Eight Plant Lovers to Follow to Make your Instagram Feed Vivacious

Well-Grown Home started out as an Instagram account before it grew into a blog. Instagram can be a great source for inspiration, but following accounts is the best way to start finding new ideas from fresh perspectives. I’ve compiled a brief list to start your journey into following more plant parents. Check out who they’reContinue reading “Eight Plant Lovers to Follow to Make your Instagram Feed Vivacious”

Make a DIY Macrame Plant Hanger

Use t-shirt yarn or other string to make an easy DIY plant hanger! It’s a perfect weekend project that can help you reuse an old shirt, reduce waste and brighten up your living space. Don’t have t-shirt yarn and want some? Use an old shirt and follow these instructions. If you want a light plantContinue reading “Make a DIY Macrame Plant Hanger”