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Bamboo Gardening for A Low-Maintenance Backyard Oasis 

Posted by Pete Knight on

Reading Time: 10 minutes

Bamboo Gardening 01 | WeatherStationary.comA bamboo garden can transform your environment into a secluded nook with a tropical feel. Tall bamboo plants create a natural privacy screen. Growing bamboo in water can make your yard look like an island oasis. Bamboo gardening makes some gardeners run for the hills, however. Some bamboo varieties can be invasive, taking over your yard and crowding out native plants. That's no reason to avoid bamboo planting, though. Here's everything you need to know about creating a garden that includes this beautiful species without getting a headache.

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What is the Coolest Gift for This Year?

Posted by Serban Felea on

What is the Coolest Gift for This Year?Everyone loves to receive new Tech for Christmas, and the Coolest Tech gives you something worth sharing on your social media. There are dozens of ways to update your location, tell about your shopping experience, or snap and share another picture. But when you come right down to it, all another Selfie tells your friends is that you brought your phone but you were having too much fun to call them…

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Weather for Wine Lovers

Posted by Pete Knight on

Reading Time: 5 minutes

Weather for Wine Lovers | WeatherStationary.com

In the sometimes controversial world of adult beverages, the community of wine lovers is often associated with a good deal of snobbery. In a world where "luxury wines" can fetch $50-$100 a bottle and $200 bottles are not unheard of, some snobbery is to be expected, but it is also unfortunate. In the age of antiquity, wine was more associated with happiness than a snobbish fetish. Even today, you will be able to find some surprisingly good (even great) wines in the aisles of your local mega-mart which can be enjoyed responsibly without breaking the family budget...

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Autumn Weather Phenomena

Posted by Pete Knight on

Reading Time: 6 minutes

Autumn Phenomena | WeatherStationary.comAlthough many plants simply die with the coming of winter, deciduous trees have evolved a strategy dropping their leaves and going into a dormant state until spring...At the end of the growing season, rather than spend the energy to keep the leaves alive the tree simply lets them die and fall off, knowing that newer, stronger ones will grow in the spring.

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Why Cabled Weather Stations?

Posted by Serban Felea on

Reading Time: 6 minutes
Cabled Weather Station 01 | weatherstationary.com
Cabled Weather Stations might not be trendy anymore. Wireless has become an important buzzword in the tech community over the past couple decades. But is it wireless always the best answer?

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