January 16, 2008

New Articles: Growing Roses and Cleaning Bronze

How to Grow Bare-Root Roses in Containers

Bare-root RosesOne of the best ways to propagate roses is by transplanting them in their bare root state. Bare-root roses remain stagnant until they are "awakened" through soaking and planting on the ground or in containers. Here are the simple steps to plant bare-root roses in containers.


How to Clean and Polish Bronze

Clean and Polish BronzeAlmost everyone has bronze d├ęcor pieces in their home. These metal artifacts may have looked shiny and new when you bought them, but the longer they are exposed to air and moisture, the greener and duller they become. Bronze reacts with moisture (oxidation) to form a greenish layer on its surface, called patina. Some homeowners appreciate the darkened finish because it adds character to the metal, but many prefer their bronze clean and shiny. Here are a couple of natural ways to clean and polish your bronze treasures.

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