Okay, Here's a fun game to play for spring while we wait for warmer days to come. Let's test our Plant ID knowledge.....anyone can join in! ( I KNOW I'm not the only plant geek on here ;)
It's Super simple....post a picture of a plant using the hashtag #plantid and let others guess what it is. Even if you aren't sure what the plant/seed/root is yourself, there's probably a garden guru on here that
I'll go first....Who can ID this freaky little alien looking root I brought home from the Northwest Flower and Garden Show this weekend. ( It gives my husband the creeps, lol !)
Commented on Feb 24, 2013
I thought it looked like a dandelion but couldn't for the life of me figure out why you would
What are your feelings about having a hot tub in a bathroom? A friend told me theirs made so much noise, it was not practical to use. Admittedly, it would only be used maybe once a month relaxing after a hard day.
Commented on Apr 23, 2012
I agree with Rhonda. I redid my bathroom in my last house a few years ago and put in a jetted
tub. We enjoyed it immensely and it doesn't have any of the upkeep that a "hot tub" has. The only issue is that you are limited by the setting of your water heater while hot tub has an internal heater. If you're good with that, I would definitely look into the jetted tubs. I don't know just how big they come; ours was made for two.
I have a wood ceiling that runs east and west and it is pine ( clear Coated ) I am putting in a bamboo floor, don't know what would look best- to run it along with the ceiling or opposite. Opinions please.
Commented on Apr 15, 2012
Hardwood flooring should run along, and in the same direction as, the longest wall in the room
for the best effect. However that works in comparison to your ceiling, so be it. Good luck!