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Oregon CS1400 vs CS1500

Founded in 1947, Oregon Tool, Inc is an American based company that manufactures electric chainsaws, gas powered chainsaws, and boasts a massive portfolio of lawn, garden and forestry tools. The company is billed as the #1 company in the chainsaw space, and currently offers three corded chainsaw models to choose from — CS1200, CS1400, and …

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Begonia Maculata Care — Polka Dot Begonia wightii

The Begonia Maculata plant has the most wonderful common names — The Polka Dot Plant, The Spotted Begonia or The Clown Begonia! These charming, colorful terms describe the best features of this flowering houseplant — large angel wing-shaped green leaves with polka dots on the top and deep purple-red underneath.

Orange Star Plant Care (Ornithogalum Dubium)

The Orange Star plant, also known as Sun Star or Star of Bethlehem, is a plant native to the Western Cape in South Africa, and is hardy in USDA hardiness zones 7 through 11. It is aptly named orange star plant for its breathtaking cluster of bright orange flowers that feature a star-like appearance.

Snow Queen vs Marble Queen Pothos

Are you one of the many plant owners who were under the impression that these two, very similar-looking wonderful marble queen and snow queen varieties of pothos are the same? Well, welcome to the battle of the snow queen vs marble queen pothos, two of the most popular and common houseplants in the cultivation world.

Pygmy Date Palm — Growing and Care Guide

Phoenix roebelenii, also commonly referred to as miniature date palm, dwarf date palm, or pygmy date palm is a species of date palms native to northern Laos, Southeast Asia, and northern Vietnam. This subtropical spreading palm as the name suggests is short in height, and grows to roughly 5 feet to 6 feet indoors.