I've had both Ikea and West Elm furniture and found that Ikea is every bit as good for less money. Perhaps an ikea expedit turned on its side or something similar?
Quality of West Elm Parsons Low Bookshelf? Good Questions
|1/25/13 4:46 PM|
Scan them and store them in an online document server like google docs. I'm a huge fan of its capabilities, and anyone with a gmail account already has access. You can download them, share them with other family members, and they're safe from harm.
What's the Best Way to Store My Late Mother's Recipe Collection? Good Questions
|11/28/12 9:47 AM|
Hostas have got to be the drop-dead easiest to divide, those and daylilies can grow quickly and easily just from a piece of root. I put daylilies next to the road up here in the northeast where they are heavily exposed to salt from the roads in winter, and they still come up like crazy every year. I also recommend butterfly bush for propagation--it will root in water on its own. Hibiscus takes pretty easily, any nice vine--wisteria, trumpet vine, hops vine--also spirea, stonecrop! pachysandra, so many! Basically look for something that grows and spreads rapidly and take a cutting and put it in water. Often, rooting hormone won't do a whole lot more for you.
Free Plants! Learning to Propagate The Gardenist
|9/16/12 11:20 PM|
I disagree with laurabelk. If you're going to do the damage to the environment by raising the animal for eating, use it all. Keep at the deliciousness, Kitchn!
Try This! Late Winter Vegetables Roasted in Bacon Fat
|3/25/11 2:15 PM|
I'm a snob about sheets, and I have to say, Ralph Lauren makes some amazing sheets--Avenue sheets are definitely the way to go if you can find them--AND they hold up remarkably well (I've had some other sheets and pillowcases fall apart after too many washes). You can get a great set for around $40 at TJmaxx or Marshall's, and they usually have a couple extra pairs of pillowcases--buy an extra pair.
Sources For Luxurious, Long-Lasting Bedding?
|3/16/11 9:49 PM|