Problem: Yellowing veins, especially on young, new leaves, or yellow leaves in general. Solution: Yellowing veins may mean your plant needs more iron or magnesium. Give it a trace element fertilizer. If you’re not sure which one to use, take a few sample leaves to your local garden center or nursery and ask for help. Leaves that are turning yellow all over can mean the plant needs fertilizer. Use one formulated for whatever you're growing, such as an orchid or a foliage plant like this Diffenbachia. Follow label directions.
Many clematis breeders call ‘Kilian Donahue’ one of the best bicolor types. Flowers unfurl to reveal ruby red centers that fade to fuchsia at each petal tip. Petal edges are a pretty orchid. As flowers age, they shift to lavender with a pink stripe. Because blossoms change as they fade, when you grow ‘Kilian Donahue,’ it’s like having two different clematis vines growing together. Vines flower strongly all summer long. For best flowering, remove top growth by one-third in early spring. Vines grow 9 to 10 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Hardy in Zones 4 to 10.
This is one of my favorite master bedrooms of all time. It immediately reads as a luxury destination. This was the last space we designed in our original scope of work and I wanted everything we chose to have as much tactile appeal as it did visually. Wherever you land, you’ll sink down into lush velvets, silks, furs or mohair. The color palette is small but soothing, varying from dark chocolates to taupes with dashes of white to keep it crisp and reflect light. We used a faux silk wallcovering in the bedroom’s entry and on the bed wall, but conserved by using a perfect color-matched paint on the walls adjacent. I know it may seem a little indulgent but whenever you can, try adding fresh flowers or an orchid in your bedroom: instant hotel suite status!