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No Green Thumb? No Problem! Grow These Houseplants at Pavona Apartments!

August 24, 2016 4:01 pm

Even if you haven’t had the best luck with plants in the past, that’s no reason to give up on having a greenery-filled home. While certain houseplants are very finicky and seem to die as soon as you glance in their direction, others are hearty, resilient and made for people whose thumbs aren't exactly green. Here are just a few.

  1. Succulents. The desert native succulent plant is beloved by many for its very sparse watering schedule. Because it only needs watering once a month or so, this trendy houseplant is perfect for forgetful owners.
  2. Aloe plants. The unique looking aloe plant is another one that doesn’t need much watering (or even much sunlight). Simply give it a bit of water when the soil feels dry to the touch.
  3. Cast-iron plant. There’s a reason this great plant has a name that’s tough as nails: the cast-iron plant can tolerate everything from low light to changes in the atmosphere like a champ.
  4. Snake plant. The high-reaching snake plant (sometimes called mother-in-law’s tongue) not only offers a stylish, impactful look, it can also survive in low light and with sporadic waterings.
  5. Jade plant. This gorgeous plant will live for years without much care at all, eventually growing into a small tree with a large enough pot.

Houseplants for People Who Can't Grow Houseplants [This Old House]
How To Choose the Right Houseplant [Bayer Advanced]
Houseplants for the Forgetful Gardener [Better Homes & Gardens]

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Sourdough Eatery: Artful San Jose Sandwiches

August 17, 2016 4:02 pm

San Jose's Sourdough Eatery is known for great sandwiches and a warm ambiance. Inside, you'll find some quirky art work to see while you enjoy your meal. As befits a place with bread in its name, Sourdough Eatery serves its sandwiches on freshly baked bread. The rest of the ingredients are equally well-chosen: the sandwiches are made fresh, to order, and include such delights as turkey and salami with Swiss cheese, corned beef, as well as an all veggie sandwich featuring carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, and cucumbers. The sandwiches here are substantial, perfect for a hearty lunch.

In a hurry? Sourdough Eatery accepts orders by phone or fax. Visit the website for a full menu and more information.

Sourdough Eatery
848 N. 1st Street
San Jose, CA 95112
(408) 295-7709
www.sourdougheatery.com
www.yelp.com/biz/sourdough-eatery-san-jose

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Dependable Virtual Destinations for Apartment Decor and Accessories

August 10, 2016 4:02 pm

It’s no secret that shopping online often yields affordable results, and the same goes if you’re looking for home décor items and accessories for your apartment. Any renter on a budget will love to browse those finishing touches that really make a house a home, and these are some of the best places to find them.

Urban Outfitters
While you may already shop at the trendy clothing retailer for all of your favorite T-shirts, Urban Outfitters also offers a great selection of stylish home goods. From eclectic art prints to colorful duvet covers and even mid-century modern inspired furnishings, you’ll find a number of great items on the convenient website.

Wayfair
If your home décor style is classic with a touch of modern, Wayfair is just the place to shop online. Here you’ll find chevron print area rugs, gold metallic picture frames, and antique-inspired clocks to hang on the wall.

CB2
For those who prefer sleek, minimal décor and bold pops of color, CB2 is a great option. Discover things like low-profile sofas, interesting throw pillows, and industrial bar stools, or browse the limited edition art selection to find affordable pieces from some of the biggest up-and-coming artists in the art world today.

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