Waterbeads4plants’s polymer functions on a unique concept. Rather than watering your plants on a regular basis and chancing the fact you may forget to water them or find yourself out of town, the polymer beads retain water and disperse them gradually over a period of time. This eliminates the need for daily watering. You can […]Read More →
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Good color combinations to try with waterbeads4plants are as varied as your decorating needs with 11 available colors. You can have a rainbow of colors burst from all your flower pots or any glass that you want to add pizzazz to. They are great in any decor and you can mix colors together or stay […]Read More →
The question was posed, so here starts the test. I know aloe is a very hardy plant that does very well in high water areas so my theory is it will do great in WaterBeads. I haven’t thought about doing it till I was asked the question as I have tons of it in my […]Read More →
Do you love orchids? Do you know how to take care of them? I love, love, LOVE orchids, although taking care of them is not my greatest achievement. I have had mixed reports on whether orchids will live in WaterBeads or not. This week I heard from an orchid expert. Kathie is what I refer […]Read More →
A year has come and gone. I have displays in my home that I started that long ago and recently I started doing a complete Freshen up. I am a very good candidate for the use of Waterbeads, as I forget to water my plants on any kind of schedule. That being said, I also […]Read More →
I was surprised at myself today. Someone brought it to my attention that although my blog is vast, I have never really explained what or how to “Re-Puff”. So, here it is. Re-Puff is my own personal word, not found in the dictionary, and may not even be used by other WaterBeads dealers. My little […]Read More →
I posted before about the size of my waterbeads and the fact that white and black seem to always be smaller in size. Last week though, I “re-puffed” as I like to call it, my black and BEHOLD…they got bigger! I’m not saying they returned to the size they were when I originally hydrated them, […]Read More →
I really have had dozens of people suggest how amazing it would feel to be able to fill an entire bath tub with WaterBeads and take a dip. It really does sound like a very inviting sensation for those of us that are highly tactile people. Unfortunately, as my post will show, Water Beads are […]Read More →
Flower Tip #6 – Don’t distort the color If you choose to use WaterBeads to accentuate your Holiday Bouquet, I have to ademently point out one thing. Don’t distort the color of your water beads with colored plant food. Plant food comes in a white, non-colored form that will not affect my WaterBeads. It also […]Read More →
Flower Tip #5 – One may be Better Try one single stem instead. Hard part with that is getting it to stand up. Once again, WaterBeads can come to the rescue. My newsletter this month showcased a single stem surrounded by clear waterbeads with a few holiday bobbles thrown in for color. But you can […]Read More →