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Tree roses are the crown jewel in a garden

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They make an impressive impact with their stand-out shape and stunning floral display. That is, so long as you know the right way to plant, prune, and care for these beauties. In this guide, we’ll give you all the info you need to make your roses as pretty as they can be. The post Tips for Growing Fabulous Tree Roses appeared first on Gardener's Path. #Flowers #RoseBushes&Vines #RoseFamily(Rosaceae)

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Looking for realistic faux houseplants? Here are some amazing suggestions that look so real you might forget and water them.

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In my never-ending quest to add greenery to the house, I’ve been searching for realistic faux houseplants. Are you aware what a steep mountain that is to climb? Seriously. Whoever makes faux plants should look to the real ones for inspiration. Real plants are green, but not too green. Shiny not overly waxy. The leaves are different sizes. And in all my travels over highways and byways—never, ever, ever have I seen… …a real plant with a brown rubber branch. Trying to find all that in a faux plant that actually looks realistic? It’s like trying to find a needle...

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Grandeur Palace 華麗宮大酒樓 (Toronto) for takeout

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Note: Prices in post are based on regular menu prices and may be higher when using delivery services One thing I loathed about Grandeur Palace was their ridiculous wait times. I would channel my inner Zen master while waiting for a table on weekends. It was a test of patience that I rarely had, so while I really enjoyed Grandeur’s dim sum, it’s a restaurant I hardly visited. Then COVID struck and now Grandeur’s pivoted to “all day” dim sum and from 10am - 3pm, essentially the normal brunch hours, any small, medium, or large dishes are $3.88. No trying...

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British designer Es Devlin has filled the courtyard of Somerset House with trees for her Forest for Change installation as part of this year's London Design Biennale

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The London Design Biennale opened today after the cancellation of the 2020 edition due to coronavirus. It is one of the first events to physically take place in London since the start of the pandemic. Devlin's Forest for Change sits at the centre of the biennale venue Somerset House. Created in collaboration with landscape designer Philip Jaffa and Scotscape, the installation comprises 400 trees that fill Somerset House's historic courtyard. Pillars showing the 17 global goals sit at the centre of the installation Devlin, who is this year's London Design Biennale artistic director, described Forest for Change as "a place...

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A Guide to Regaining Core Strength Postpartum

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When climber Beth Rodden was a child, she asked her mom why she chose to walk, instead of run, with her friends. One of her mother’s friends laughed and said, “When you have kids, you’ll understand. It’s just not appropriate anymore.” Rodden recounted the memory on Instagram last August, next to a photo of herself in wet running shorts. Her six-year-old son, Theo, had asked what happened. “Mom’s pelvic floor never fully recovered after having you, so I pee when I run,” she told him. The challenges of returning to sports after childbirth go far beyond finding the time and energy as a...

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