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10 Flowering Annuals that are Deer Resistant (with pictures!)

Flowers are a great addition to any garden. Did you know that some flowers are more likely to attract deer than others? That’s right! Some flowers will attract deer, who will then eat the whole thing and leave. Check out this list of flowers that are the least likely to attract deer.

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10 Tall Annual Flowers That Bloom All Summer

You want tall annual flowers for your garden that bloom all summer so you don’t have to keep buying new ones. Once these flowers are planted, their bright and colorful bloom keeps the space looking lush and alive from the spring into autumn, which is much better compared to the expense of buying new plants or not having a full-looking garden at all.

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Have A Rubber Plant In Your Home

There are many reasons why you should add a rubber plant to your home. Not only is this plant easy to care for, but it also helps improve the air quality in your home. Rubber plants also help reduce stress levels and can improve your sleep quality. Plus, they are a great conversation starter!

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8 Best Cat-Friendly Plants That Are Toxic To Dogs

Today, we’re going to be talking about some of the deadliest plants for dogs and why you should never let a dog eat them. Just as a warning, this article is going to mention the types of poison that can be found in these plants, including symptoms and what to do if your pet is subject to eating one of these toxic flowers.

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10 Indoor Houseplants That Are Safe For Your Pets

Bringing some pet-friendly indoor houseplants into your home is a great way to improve air quality and keep your pet safe. Not only do they help remove toxins from the air, but they are low-maintenance plants that can thrive in a variety of light and soil conditions.

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The 10 Craziest Houseplants You Can Find In Maryland

Most Marylanders consider houseplants to be a necessary part of their lives. The state has a wide variety of climates, from the humid east coast to the dry and sunny western side of the state. This makes it an ideal place for growing a large variety of plants indoors.