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#09 Survival 101 – Repotting your dead plants… by Dezolutions Posted Sun 07 Feb 2010 12:00am So when we last checked in…my plants were just….OK. I did some research and discovered that plants actually need to be repotted?? SINCE when? Clearly, this is why I end up with dead plants. They also stated not to repot in the winter, because plants are in their winter phase and it may not work. But as  I looked at my slowly turning ... Read on »
Little Bog of Horrors: 4 Types of Deadly Plants by Sierra Club .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Jul 2013 8:38pm It's not easy being a bug . Not only do they have to avoid being eaten by other insects and animals or being smushed by shoes, they also have to avoid the efficient traps set by carnivorous plants. Carnivorous plants live in nutrient-poor environments, like bogs, where they survive by capturing invertebrates and digesting them for nut ... Read on »
The plants were dead and full of ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:22pm The plants were dead and full of mold...strange spot I guess...or strange laws if they were required to water them for a year, but a year is a long time as well to settle...BD The return of marijuana plants to a Colorado couple is being interpreted by some as a milestone in the debate over medical marijuana. A Colorado District Court Judge o ... Read on »
The Plants Are All Dead---And I Don't Feel So Good Myself... by Bo .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 31 Dec 2010 12:07pm A lot of people have emailed me over the last 2 years, asking me what particular mental illness I have that would require so much therapy as I take, which is 3 days a week. And I've always been too embarassed about it to say. But I guess I should go ahead and own up to the dadgum specifics. But it's kind of h ... Read on »
Toxic Fumes at Baxter Pharma Plant In Los Angeles Leaves 1 Man Dead and 2 in Critical Condition by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 22 Jan 2011 12:53pm Two men were cleaning the inside of a 4 foot tank that is used to hold blood plasma and were overcome by ethanol.  Ethanol is used to separate extract blood plasma.  The man who did called 911 when he found the other 2 men unconscious the fire department stated.  This is a case for an OSHA investigation for sure.  This is a pretty big ta ... Read on »
Bedding plants die in drought by Debbie Posted Wed 18 May 2011 6:07am Something quite baffling happens to gardens up and down the country during May. Thousands of people  rush to their local garden centre to buy their annual bedding plants, which they lovingly plant in their gardens and spend the rest of the summer providing amounts of water and TLC to keep them looking good till September when they die and h ... Read on »
Prepping and Planting Your Fall Garden by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Fri 13 Sep 2013 7:00am Nothing is better than fresh veggies. I’m not talking about the kind that travel 12 hrs, after being sprayed with stuff. I’m talking fresh – as in: “walk to your backyard, snip, wash, eat”-kind of fresh. Fall gardens are amazing things. Depending on where you live, you can still plant a garden that will harvest lots of color and ... Read on »
New Plant Healer Columnist: Phyllis Light – Appalachian Herbalist by Kiva R. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 19 Jan 2012 9:19pm It’s important that Plant Healer Magazine not have so many columnists that room runs out for contributions from others.  Last time we announced the addition of quarterly contributions from Susun Weed… and this round, we found we couldn’t resist adding just one final column: . Mountain Medicine: Traditional Healing Folkways ... Read on »
Aloe: Nature's Miracle Plant. From Curing Dandruf to Gas by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm 1 Comment While eating my breakfast this morning, Good Morning America had a special on natural remedies in our homes. One of the items they featured was aloe. When I was growing up- my mom used aloe for just about every problem I had. It helped me ease a sunburn, sooth my upset stomach, heal skin from acne and regulate my menstrual cycle. The ... Read on »
Exotic and Tropical plant advice by Debbie Posted Sun 27 Mar 2011 5:24pm In this guest blog Will Giles, Guru of Exotic Gardening, offers advice on maintaining tropical and exotic plants during challenging UK temperatures. Will is famous the world over for his expert knowledge of exotic plants – and his colourful exotic shirts! His garden is one of my favourite places to explore every summer. Check out this fasci ... Read on »