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What is a flower? A brief explanation

25th May 2011
What is a flower? A brief explanation. A flower is the part of a plant that is used for reproduction. Some plants reproduce themselves using seeds or bulbs, which can take many forms from seed pods that fly with the wind to fruits which are eaten by ... Read >
Author: David Caulfield

Skin Problems with West Highland Terriers

12th November 2010
Along with people, canines have skin issues as well. The West Highland Terriers are not exempted to these problems. These dogs can also contract skin issues that need to be seen to promtly. These epidermal problems could be due to inheritance, allergy or ... Read >
Author: CS Christian

Know What are The Benefits Of Orchid Plants

28th September 2010
Orchid is an extraordinary symbol of beauty and finesse. Growing orchids is a satisfying experience for all orchid growers. Some people think that orchid plants are one of the most hardest to grow as well as maintain. In actual fact orchids aren't tough t... Read >
Author: shrishtychaand

How to Remove Lily Pollen from Carpets

27th July 2010
Lily pollen stains are one of the biggest headaches for home owners to remove from their carpets. I have seen situations where the flowers have dropped onto the carpet dispersing pollen that's impossible to remove, and if water comes into contact with the... Read >
Author: Warren

Preparing Your Home Vegetable Garden to Grow Corn

06th April 2010
Although, according to the USDA, corn ranks four spots behind tomatoes as the most popular vegetable to grow in a home vegetable garden, it still is a very popular item because of its taste, texture and availability. You may not have the budget of a comme... Read >
Author: Mike Podlesny

Vegetable Garden Pests - Identify and Eliminate

16th July 2009
If you have a garden it goes without saying that you will always have an assortment of garden insects. The trick is to know if the bug you found is friend or foe. To keep your garden healthy and free from the bugs that eat your vegetables and plants fo... Read >
Author: Outdoor And Garden

Grow your own cucumbers - Growing your own cucumbers

26th April 2009
Growing Your Own Cucumbers They prefer a sunny position out of strong winds for good results. The soil should be rich, and drain well. Dig a hole approximately 30 cm wide filling it with a mixture of peat compost mixed in with well dug manure. Make the... Read >
Author: Dickie Boy
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