This little magnetic dish scrubber is a game-changer for awkwardly-shaped glass that a normal dish wand or brush won't reach. Just add dish soap and water into the glass and drop the smaller magnet inside. Then line up the larger magnet and start moving it around the glass.
With carrots, soil prep is the secret to getting a harvest of pretty roots. Carrots need soil that’s free and clear of obstacles—stones, pebbles, sticks—to a depth of at least 6 inches (more is better). Lack of buried obstacles helps ensure straight roots. Otherwise, when a carrot hits a pebble, it shifts and becomes misshapen. The soil should be rich in organic matter so it retains moisture. Clay soils are particularly difficult to grow carrots and definitely benefit from heaps of organic matter.
Even at night, this home is the pinnacle of splendor and luxury. Twelve different bedrooms, ten oversized VIP guest suites and twenty-one baths ensure there's plenty of space for close friends and family, as well as the whole neighborhood.
The brown and white color scheme helps to unify the living area with the kitchen. In the living room, colorful books pop out from the white built-in bookshelf. In the kitchen, wood paneling surrounds crisp white cabinetry.
Keep spring and summer blossoming by using flowers in vintage recycled vases. The light cascades into the room through large windows and across peach drapery, bringing a sense of warmth and coziness to the living space year round.
Romance blooms when ‘The President’ opens its deep purple blossoms. Expect the first flush of flowers in late spring to early summer, followed by a second blooming with smaller flowers in early autumn. Clematis with classic flower forms like ‘The President’ grow best in full sun to part shade. Prune in late winter or early spring, cutting vines back to 6 to 9 inches tall. Place cuts just above a pair of strong buds. Clematis grows well on a pergola, but flowers may unfurl across the top of the structure, out of sight. Instead, try planting clematis on an arch or fence so you can see the blooms. Deer- and rabbit-resistant plants grow 8 to 12 feet tall by 3 to 4 feet wide. Hardy in Zones 4-8.