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Cayenne Peppers Not Turning Red- What To Do

Cayenne Peppers are one of the favorite ingredients for spicy food lovers. It offers just the right amount of spice to stimulate one’s appetite. Its most noticeable feature is its vibrant red color that signifies its ripened state; however, if your Cayenne Peppers are not turning red, worry not, for there are still some tricks …

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10 Zone 5 Perennials That Like Wet Soil

As the saying goes, too much of anything can be deadly, which is why even in the gardening world, you will always see terms enough, sufficient, and moderate. Most plants hate soggy soil and wet feet, but some still prefer these conditions. Those who are living in colder and snowy climates, like Zone 5, might …

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9 Flowering Trees For Zone 5

Zone 5 falls under a colder climate with an annual average temperature of -10 and -20 degrees Fahrenheit. It consists mainly of Northern and Midwest states covering Kansas to Michigan. The cold weather may seem inhabitable for ornamentals, but there are many that can thrive in this region. You might be wondering what kind of …

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Can Umbrella Plants Go Outside?

The umbrella plant is known for its luscious eight-spoke style and unique leaf markings. It is the smaller variety of the Umbrella Tree and is easy to care for. Due to its low-maintenance quality, people tend to use incorrect methods to grow it outside, damaging the plant. The most common dilemma is a suitable location …

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