Care for Green

How To : Care for Green Iguanas

Our expert, Nichole Bragg, shows you how to care for a pet iguana. Learn how to handle this lizard, and learn the best diet of an iguana. Nichole shows you how to spot a healthy iguana and how to tell the difference between males and females. She also shows you how to build a ...more

How To : Care for fresh-cut Christmas greenery

Whether you'd like to think about it or not, the moment a Christmas tree or boxwood sprig is cut, it begins to die. This means that maintaining its beautiful dark green hue as well as the fragrant Christmasy smell requires work on your part. Check out this video to learn how ...more

How To : Create an earth mother makeup look

"Green is the new black" is this leading earth-mother-lady's mantra. She cares just as much about what she puts on her body as she puts in it, and stands behind the all-natural products that are as easy on her skin as they are on the environment. And, oh, does it show!

How To : Care for a pet guinea pig

Guinea pigs often squeak with joy when their owners enter a room. How can you resist such welcoming pets? You Will Need * A companion guinea pig or two * A guinea pig pen that’s at least 4 square feet in size * Newspaper & bedding, such as aspen shavings, shredded paper, or ...more

How To : Change hole locations on a golf course

Playing golf could be a pain if you don't know all of the basic rules, tips and etiquette associated with the sport, but it could be a bigger pain if the golf course is not properly maintained by staff and players. Let USGA (United States Golf Association) help you out with t ...more

How To : Make a creamy asparagus, spinach and leek soup

Asparagus is the vegetable for everything. No matter what you do with it, it always tastes great. And this leek soup is no exception. With wild leeks and spinach, this soup is sure to be added to your listed of healthy and yummy recipes. This is a seamy, healthy soup rich wit ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Care for a pet gerbil

A gerbil makes a great “starter pet” for a child. Gerbils are friendly, fun to watch, quiet, and clean little guys whose cages don’t get smelly as fast as some animals’. You Will Need * A gerbil * A large wire cage or 20-gallon glass aquarium * Bedding * Gerbil food * Fresh gr ...more

How To : Grow a sustainable garden

The EcoGarden is designed to give back to nature and show people how easy it is to go green in their own backyard. All you need to remember is to plant, feed and protect to grow your own sustainable garden. This how to video teaches you how to care for your beautiful and eco f ...more

How To : Care for hydrangeas

Scott from Spring Hill Nursery with Step by Step Gardening teaches you some basics about hydrangea plants. He talks about how to take care of the plants, how to ensure blooming, and some planting considerations. Hydrangea plants need at least five hours a day in order to bloom ...more

How To : Perform the green triangle yo-yo trick

This is a demonstration of performing the green triangle yo-yo trick. You can start with a trapeze, lift your non throw hand middle finger and swing the yo-yo off the trapeze. Take care that you do not drop the yo-yo, you can use the middle finger to hold the string. Swing jus ...more

How To : Plant Lamb's Ear as a ground cover in your garden

When watching this video, you will realize why Lamb's Ear, or stachys byzantin, may be a perfect choice of plant to set in front of your other plants. With a sea green color and low profile, it will set the rest of the garden off beautifully. Place it along borders of the gard ...more

How To : Touch of the roots of your hair in a hurry

Watch Princess Pinkcat as she shows you how to touch of the roots of your hair in a hurry. Have you ever been heading out the door when you realized your roots were showing? Have you ever been asked out at the last minute and left without time to dye your hair or touch up you ...more

How To : Grow and care for gardenia bushes

With its glossy green leaves and perfectly shaped, exquisitely fragrant pure, white flowers, it could only be a gardenia. Gardenias are some of the more popular flowering shrubs but they never seem to flower as much as we'd like them to. For a start, it's important to be patie ...more

How To : Make summer squash stuffed with rice

A delightful way to make a tasty Lebanese squash dish. This is a vegetarian alternative to kousa mihshi stuffed with rice, garbanzo beans, parsley, and tomato, is satisfying and wonderfully seasoned. If the Lebanese summer squash are unavailable, use small yellow crooknecks of ...more

How To : Plant and care for little bamboo

The addition of plants can add warmth and beauty to any room in the home. Unfortunately, not all of us were born with a green thumb. This video shows you how to plant and care for one of the most beautiful and low-maintenance members of the plant family, the little bamboo. Sup ...more

How To : Top dress your roses

Top dressing is important for roses. Add one or two inches of good organic matter in and around the plants, taking care not to disturb the roots. Lori likes a material that is well composted, something with a lot of different sized particles, a product with a little nutrient c ...more

News : Gardening's Here!

Finally! Gardening! Many have been waiting for ages for this invention to come true, and now it has! Come experience it for yourselves in the Test Realm (instructions on getting there will be added)! When you enter, go the Moolinda Wu and she will teach you how to start garden ...more

News : The New York Times' Top 15 Kill-Proof Houseplants

With the aid of America's top botanical experts, Michael Tortorello of the New York Times has compiled a wonderful list of 15 hard-to-kill houseplants for the green thumb inept. Pictured above: One of Tortorello's experts, Mark Hoover, keeper of 878 houseplants.. Below, Tortor ...more

How To : Make fertilizer

The one thing that can make your home garden flourish is by taking care of it and meeting the needs of your plants. One of those needs is great fertilizer. And the best fertilizer comes from the heart, not the store. Get great results in your garden by making your own fertiliz ...more

How To : Graft an apple tree

Cityslipper shows you how he uses the cleft grafting method to make a less appealing green apple tree produce better tasting red apples. 10-12 inches long scion wood is collected from the good apple tree while it is dormant. Care is taken not to let the twigs dry out. Selected ...more

How To : Make a Christmas tree pop-up card

Show someone you care about them by spending a little extra time on their Christmas card... and in the process, save some money. In this tutorial, learn how to make a pop-up three-dimensional Christmas card for your loved one. You Will Need: • Two sheets of card stock • Sci ...more

How To : Protect your hair from chlorine and saltwater

Everybody into the pool! Or the ocean! But not before you take measures to prevent your hair from getting fried. You Will Need * Leave-in hair conditioner with sunscreen * Club soda * A clarifying shampoo * A sulfate-free shampoo * A deep conditioner Step 1: Wet hair before s ...more

How To : Grow your own pineapple at home

Growing a pineapple doesn’t take a lot of skill, but it does take a lot of patience—two to three years worth, to be exact. Learn how to grow your own pineapple at home with this video guide. You Will Need * A pineapple * A small bowl of water * Planting pots * And potting soi ...more

Emerald Knights : A Palace of Nerdery

Before last Sunday I hadn't been to a proper game store since I was in middle school. Over ten years ago. If you decide to stop reading right now because I obviously don't care enough about MTG to be writing this thing, I don't blame you. But I tell you, friends, as someone wh ...more

News : Ten foods to eat for clear, acne-free skin - part 1

You can blame your naggy mom, a crappy soap bar, and school or work stress for your acne. But ultimately, you should blame yourself. While it's true that your skin type (oily vs. dry vs. sensitive) and how your skin reacts to stress play a big part in blemishes, there is a nur ...more

Top 10 : Best Ethical Destinations for 2011

By Ethical Traveler As the world becomes ever more interconnected, being an ethical traveler becomes both easier and more urgent. Travelers today have access to far more information than we did even 10 years ago. We can observe–almost in real time–the impact that smart or sel ...more

News : How-to Design Amazing Web Pages Using Basic HTML

INTRODUCTION In this world of Internet era, almost everyone wants to create theirs own web presence by either hosting their own blog, articles, photos, videos, reviews, etc etc . But some people choose their own way and decide to have something bigger! What is it? Its a websi ...more

How To : Take care of overgrown houseplants

Nicole Pantaleon shares some plant care tips for your household plants. She shows you what to do when your green thumb becomes too green, resulting in a mammoth, overgrown leafy beast lurking in the corner. Learn how to cut back and trim down your house plants, how to re-pot a ...more

How To : Make Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Oven

It’s true, you can hard-boil an egg in the oven. Perfect for Easter, you can get all your eggs ready for coloring. No need to preheat the oven and you can take care of as many eggs as easily fit all at once. If you need to make a large quantity of eggs, baking them in the ove ...more

News : Old People Drag Race

Ok, so this one is going to be a prank on people in a public place of your choosing. Two old guys and one of their wives are going to be sitting somewhere or something and then the two guys are going to start arguing over whos car is better and its gonna lead to a drag race ou ...more

How To : Do organic vegetable gardening

Before embarking upon the exciting adventure of building your own home vegetable garden, there are some important issues to consider. What tools and supplies will you need? Where should you put the garden? How do you dig the bed and plant the vegetables? Find answers to all of ...more

How To : Fold a Simple Minecraft Creeper

In this origami guide, you will learn how to fold a Creeper from just two sheets of paper. This model is easy and can be done in only ten minutes! This is what the origami Creeper looks like. Step 1: Get Your Paper This project needs two sheets. I recommend 10cm x 10cm green ...more

How To : eliminate Vampire power (wasted energy)

Dig this. 40% of the energy consumed in your home is from appliances that are allegedly 'off'. That cellular power supply charger...that 'sleeping' computer...that appliance that has a remote control. All guilty. You may be motivated by being green. Me. I am motivated by sa ...more

How To : 10 Herbs You Can Buy Once & Regrow Forever

Fresh herbs are a surefire way to enhance a dish, but buying them at the store each time you need them is costly. Luckily, growing your own herbs is a lot easier than it seems: You can even using cuttings from the herbs you already buy to start your own little herb garden. An ...more

How To : Personalize Mass Text Messages on Android

We've all received those impersonal mass text messages, whether we're getting invited out to a birthday party, graduation celebration, or just a group dinner or outing. Usually when I see those sort of text messages, I delete them, mostly because they're not personal. If some ...more

How To : Change the Color of Your OnePlus One's Lock Screen

As much as it pained me to lose lock screen widget functionality, I just can't bare changing out the sleek-looking lock screen that's standard on the OnePlus One. The latest OTA introduced a new transparent theme, and while that's a welcomed improvement, I need more options! ...more

How To : Care for an Iguana Without a Cage

First of all, I would like you all to meet my good friend Iggy. There he is, in all his scaly reptilian glory. As you can see, he spends a lot more time on top of his cage than inside of it. You see, Iggy here doesn't deal well AT ALL with confinement. I don't know if it's pos ...more

Brief Reality : AR Goes Green in Hackathon

NextReality will be giving readers a rundown of the augmented and mixed reality news briefs from the preceding week that we didn't cover already. This way, you'll never miss anything of importance in the NextReality landscape, and will always know what's going on with new augm ...more

How To : Secure Any Android App with Your Fingerprint

When Google released the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P, they added official support for fingerprint scanning to Android's main code base. On the surface, this was done to ensure that the fingerprint scanner in their own devices could be used to its full extent, but because it was adde ...more

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