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Next time you think about throwing out your carrot tops, try this tip from @sciencebyashley and place them in some water instead. The carrots will eventually grow edible tops that look pretty and taste like a cross between carrots and parsley.

The first thing you need to know are the plants to avoid. TikTok user @purripaw put together a quick list of plants that are toxic to cats—and some common flowers like daffodils and lilies are off the table.

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Legends says an Armenian queen built this village on a hill where cows grazed — hence the name which nods to the term "cattle" in Italian (bue).

Window boxes give gardeners an affordable outlet to do what they love most: experiment. Known as one of the first living walls, window boxes have been a longtime favorite of gardeners. Window boxes continue to be a popular landscape element today and often stand in for front yards at homes that open to the sidewalk. Although there is a lot of creative freedom with planting window boxes, there is a right way to do it. Window boxes show off the wide range of possibilities a few feet of soil can offer, so use our tips to create a floral creation of your own.

Rubber trees can grow to massive heights, so they’re the perfect indoor plant to propagate when they get large. TikTok creator @_forthehome shows you how to propagate a rubber tree by cutting a healthy branch off then placing it in water.

Succulents are a great plant to start with if you’re new to plant propagation. PlantTok expert @drplantdad shows you how to propagate succulents in moss. The trick? Allow the clipping to form a callus which roots much easier.

TikTok user @thehouseplantpixie shows you how to save sad snake plants by taking the most healthy remaining cuttings and propagating them. This is perfect for saving abandoned sidewalk plants.

A lush ground cover can take over a garden; but when kept in control, the carpet of color provides a backdrop for all your plantings, allowing vibrant flowers and bushes to take center stage. Use ground cover on a terrace or steep slope or in an enclosed courtyard wherever you want to create a well-tended uniform appearance that helps retain moisture and retard the growth of weeds. Since it’s a perennial it will return every year, a welcome feature for a shady area or to cover and surround tree roots close to the surface where little else will grow.

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