Tips On Growing a Pineapple Plant

February 20, 2015

Another tree to try to grow on your own is a Pineapple tree, but if you undertake this one you will have to have patience as it will take a couple of years to grow.

Take a ripe pineapple...
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Tips On Growing An Avocado Tree

February 17, 2015

Avocados are very healthy and loaded with important nutrients. It has even been called "Nature's Greatest Achievement". So why don't you try to grow one.  Here are the tips you...
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Understanding USDA Garden Zones

February 08, 2015

On virtually every seed package or plant that you buy it is likely you will see the term USDA garden zone, also known as a hardiness zone, with a number from 1 through 11 associated with it. If...
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The Holly and the Ivy

December 14, 2014

One of the first songs I learned in elementary school was the traditional Christmas carol “The Holly and the Ivy” which we sang for our parents at a holiday concert. Holly and Ivy being...
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Holiday Flowers and Plants

December 07, 2014

Just because it is December and winter is here doesn’t mean you have to put your love of plants in hibernation. As a matter of fact, the holidays can be one of the most enjoyable times of the...
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The Value of a Tree

April 22, 2014

What’s a tree worth? A lot more than you might think! Trees are often taken for granted but they have both monetary and non-monetary value and their importance to our environment and to...
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Azalea-The Look at Me Shrub

March 24, 2014

When I first got interested in gardening there were a few plants that really caught my eye and one of those was the Azalea. I call it the “look at me” shrub because when it is in bloom...
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Spring’s First Bloomer…Witch Hazel

January 21, 2014

The first time I ever heard of witch hazel was when my grandmother used it to sooth the itching from the “no-see” bites that I would receive on my legs when I would visit her in Florida...
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