Decorating Your Garden For Christmas

Decorating Your Garden For Christmas – Decorating your garden with all kinds of festive decor for the holidays will add cheer to your home. You can decorate the outside of your home as festive as you do on the inside. You can make a big difference by decorating your garden with Christmas decorations and by restoring your tiles to compliment your efforts.

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Indoor Plants For Unique Christmas Touch

Christmas holiday is just around the corner. We can feel the crisp air and the cooler nights. Different Christmas decorations are now displayed all over the place – around the neighborhood, in the malls, churches, and even our offices.


If you prefer prefer holiday decorations that are different than the usual Santa Claus, snowmen, and Christmas lights, check out these great indoor holiday plants instead. Be eco-friendly! Remember, plants provide oxygen. They also clean the indoor air while providing holiday warmth.

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Poinsettia

Poinsettia – The symbol of Christmas outdoors is the Holly with  its bright red berries. Indoors it is now the Poinsettia (proper name Euphorbia pulcherrima) with its large, scarlet flower-heads. This was not always so – in  the early 1960s it was a tall-growing shrub which was distinctly difficult to keep in leaf or flower in the average home. Things have changed – modern  varieties are bushier, more attractive and much less delicate – in addition modern chemicals are used  to keep the plants small. The result is that the Poinsettia of today is compact (1-1,5 ft high) and the flowers (which are really colored bracts) should  last for 2-6 months.

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