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Partner Post: 7 Ways to Pet-Proof Your Yard This Spring

Posted by The Espoma Company on Mar 16, 2017 8:00:00 AM

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You and your pets have survived over 2,000 hours of winter — probably spending at least 1,000 hours dreaming of the warm air and the fresh, green grass. Dogs especially love to sprint across green lawns with tails wagging, and cats are known to bask out in the sun all day long, too. 


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Partner Post: Wood Flooring Trends to Watch for in 2017

Posted by Denver Carpet and Flooring on Mar 9, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Wood has long been a favorite flooring style for discerning homeowners because it’s a classic option that offers both beauty and functionality. It is tough, durable and can elevate the look of any space. And with proper care and maintenance, wood flooring can last a lifetime.


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Partner Post: Refresh Your Décor with Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2017

Posted by Denver Carpet and Flooring on Feb 23, 2017 8:00:00 AM

As we’re settling into 2017, Pantone has bestowed upon us its color for the year. It’s an eye-catching color that the Pantone team described as a calming, fresh, revitalizing shade – greenery. And if you’re looking for a shade to refresh your home décor, look no further.


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Partner Post: Share Your Valentine’s Day Love with Non-traditional Plants

Posted by Costa Farms on Feb 10, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Living plants provide a welcome breath of fresh air on Valentine’s Day, a moment in the dead of winter when we simultaneously stop to celebrate our loved ones as we start to suffer from cabin fever. While a dozen red roses is a classic floral gift to say “I Love You,” there are other options that stay alive longer – and get better with time.


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Partner Post: Hard to Kill Houseplants that Add Green to Any Space

Posted by Costa Farms on Jan 27, 2017 3:47:44 PM

Live plants easily transform your home or office into a welcoming space alive with natural beauty. If you fear your thumb isn’t green enough to enjoy happy plants, I have some good news: It doesn’t take superhuman powers to keep indoor greenery thriving.


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