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Planting in somewhat shady areas I am just beginning to plant things in pots, and have had some luck with things starting to grow (mostly geraniums and bachelor's buttons). Can't wait to see when they are in full bloom. The only ...
Jul 06 2008 3:43pm
... elcomed here.  But are you wanting flowering plants?  And is the sun that the plants get, ... more
Apr 21 2009 1:10am
Aloe Vera the Miracle Plant I rediscovered this plant this week -- it is awesome if not sweet. At aloe-vera.org the site lists 10 reasons to use aloe vera: Dental Health and Hygiene Provides Rapid Soothing ...
Aug 29 2007 3:38pm
... ood, but moved on, funny. It's such a simple plant but essential. more
Aug 31 2007 6:06pm
My Favourite Plant/Flower My favourite plant/flower is the Hydrangea. I have a large one in the back yard and another in the front garden. The one in the front is supposed to be blue but I don't think the soil is acidic enou ...
Feb 19 2008 8:18am
I love calla lillies and roses are alway so beauitufl. My favorite flower is the orchid pa ... more
Dec 05 2008 1:12pm
Being around plants is good for aging! Recent research shows that patients with a view of trees left the hospital one day sooner than those who had a view of a brick wall. Gardening is proven to lower blood pressure and create an ov ...
Jan 05 2008 3:23am
Gardening is wonderful for us. I read that there is a bacteria in the soil, that when you ... more
Nov 13 2009 12:26pm
Early Spring Planting We're rounding the corner toward the last days of winter. What does that mean? That means spring is on the way! I decided to look for some information about what to do to get ready and found some he ...
Feb 26 2008 10:59am
Plant patrol: Poison ivy, oak and sumac As many of us have found out the hard way, poison oak and poison ivy can cause nasty rashes that can last for up to two weeks. These pernicious plants thrive in summertime; in the Bay Area, poison o ...
Aug 28 2007 10:16am
Whole grains: High in nutrition and fiber, yet low in fat Grains come in many shapes and sizes, from large kernels of popcorn to small quinoa seeds. Also called cereals, grains are the widely varied seeds of grasses, which are cultivated for food. All types ...
Mar 15 2007 11:17am
Save the World - Packaging There is this incredibly cool new form of packaging for beauty products! Cargo PlantLove Lipstick and Pangea Organics pack their products in boxes that are infused with little baby seeds. When you pla ...
Jun 27 2007 10:48am
Awaken to the Fragrant World of Essential Oils Awaken to the Fragrant World of Essential Oils By Leslie Vornholt, LCSW Supervising Certified Care Instructor Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education While many of us have b ...
Feb 26 2008 1:07pm
Locavore! From Union of Concerned Scientists O.K. I'll bite. What is a locavore??? At first glance, I thought the word was 'locovore' - a carnivore with mad cow disease maybe? Then in my dyslexic state I ...
Mar 13 2008 4:52pm