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Good roots. Strong tree. by M.L. Gallagher Posted Wed 01 Sep 2010 12:00am There is always Music amongst the trees in the Garden, but our hearts must be very quiet to hear it. ~Minnie Aumonier He shows me the inside of the apple tree. "See here," he says, pushing a stick down into the trunk. "It's split. She's a beauty but she hasn't been very well cared for over the years. She's been rotting from the inside o ... Read on »
Rooting for Tomatoes! by Virginia Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Nov 2009 10:06pm Here's one quick trick on how to get the most from your tomato plants... My sister-in-law shared this tomato planting trick. For the square foot method, plant the tomato root at the corner of one square and bury the stem (leaves removed) so the plant comes up in the center of the square. It will be laying on it's side for a few h ... Read on »
Root Root Roots! by Nora L. Posted Thu 12 Nov 2009 10:04pm I love the fall. I love the way the light makes all the colors more muted, and the air gets cool and blustery, making me eager to wear my boots and wrap myself up in a scarf! It's the perfect weather for a heaping serving of warm roasted root vegetables! The root of any plant is its anchor and foundation; roots are essential parts of ... Read on »
Tree Roots by Lacie H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:29pm A tree with strong roots can withstand the most violent storm, but the tree can't grow roots just as the storm appears on the horizon. ~ Dali Lama This quote was in the book that I am currently reading and it really resonated within my core. The process of growing strong roots has been a slow and sometimes painful process throug ... Read on »
Roots by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Jun 2012 10:09pm I love trees. Especially all the trees that surround my house. They are just so tall. Once upon a time there were two enormous trees with strong roots that held a hammock between them and Jordan swung on that hammock when he was a baby until he was about five and then the hammock broke and the tree got too big so they had to cut it down. Bu ... Read on »
Chakra Juice Feast #1: Feeding my Root Chakra by eatdancelive Posted Sat 24 Apr 2010 12:00am In the spirit of my most recent physical/emotional/spiritual journey, I've decided to incorporate a weekly Chakra Juice Feast into my weekly rituals. The reasons behind this are as superficial as giving me fun motivation to have one day of juicing every week, and as complex as making sure my energy system is all properly aligned! ... Read on »
Tree Root Systems, Personal Training, and Word of Mouth Referrals by NTrainers Posted Wed 04 Jan 2012 6:07pm Let's be honest.  Word of mouth referrals is not a marketing plan.  It is a testament to you being a great trainer and helping your clients reach their goals.  Your best clients are the ones who refer you to others.  Having those great long-term relationships with your clients, means working with the type of clients who match up well with your sk ... Read on »
Where Do You Put Down Roots? by Lacie H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 23 Jun 2013 12:09pm Wish I had seen this magnificent tree in person ~ a friend of mine has allowed me to share this image of courage and determination. It's clear to me that this wise old tree is firmly rooted. It began it's life as a sapling  on the banks of a lake and that's where it's stayed. No doubt, this tree has endured torrential downpours and floods, th ... Read on »
Gardening Tips and Tricks for Late Autumn by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 4:43pm Preparing for the Winter Months: Gardening in October When you feel that first solid bite in the breeze and you see the songbirds winging their way south, and the trees are bursting with fire-laden hues, you know you can’t be spending the weekend curled up by the fireplace with a excellent book. Not for long. While the weath ... Read on »
Container Gardening ~ Part 1: Vegetables by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 May 2009 12:37pm Container gardening offers a great opportunity to experiment with gardening on a small scale. If you are a novice gardener who craves the sweet taste of tomatoes warm off the vine, this is the method for you. Cherry and grape tomatoes are ideal plants to try in containers. You can have a complete salad garden in containers just outside your ... Read on »