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2 Ways to Safely Transplant Rose Bushes of Any Age You will occasionally want to move a rose bush from one location to another, but fear shocking the bush too much and having it die. However, here are two effective ways to minimize the shock to the bush so you can successfully move it to another,...

All About Plantar Warts Some of us still believe with the old folk tale, that you will get some warts when you touched a toad. Donít you know that when you take a public shower or simply when you just walk around bare footed will possibly increase the plantar warts in...

Aloe Vera - No Wonder They Call It The 'Miracle Plant' Aloe Vera is a member of the Lily family. It is a succulent that looks a lot like a cactus and is known by various names such as the burnt plant, the miracle plant, the natural healer and the medicine plant. Although there are more than...

Aquarium Plants And Lighting Mini-guide Aquarium plants are as important to aquariums as water is to fish. Aquarium plants add more life to aquarium and make it to look beautiful while completing the aquarium community structure. The most important thing to bear in mind with plants...

Building An Online Business Is Like Starting A Garden, You First MUST Plant Your Seeds I know what your thinking, "what the heck does starting a garden and planting seeds have to do with building an online business?" Well... it all depends on how you perceive what I'm about to share with you. I'm merely using that headline as...

Caring For and Planting a Balled in Burlap Christmas Tree Tis the season when lots of people drag a real tree into their house and decorate it. Some people buy live trees that are balled in burlap instead of a cut tree. A live tree is a great idea, but many people make serious mistakes when it comes to...

Chinese Plants Chinese people value trees and flowers as much as westerners do. Plum flowers are fragrant and beautiful. They were once the national flower. On the RMB50 cents coins you can see plum flowers on the side. Chrysanthemum flowers symbolizes a...

Choosing Pond Plants A pond without plants is like cake without icing. Pond plants fight algae, give fish a hiding place against predators, and beautify our own little slice of paradise to plunk down in at the end of a tiring day. Donít smother your pond with...

Cultivating Plants in your Garden...what to watch out for. There are so many plants available for you to choose from that itís hard to know where to start. Are you looking for house plants, tropical plants or some beautiful garden plants? Green plants are not only beautiful to look at...

Cymbidiums Orchid Plants - What You Need To Grow Successfully Cymbidium orchid plants were first mentioned in China during the Chin dynasty. Yes, way back in 265 AD. They are beautiful, delicate orchid plants which have been used for corsages. They come in a wide range of colors, including reds, yellows,...

Fun, Funky Garden Plants I have a love for funky, fun and unique garden plants. Here's one to try. It's called Sea Holly, and it's actually in the thistle family. Sea Holly is a perennial garden plant, which means you plant it once and it comes up year after year,...

Funky, Fun Garden Plants I have a love for funky, fun and unique garden plants. Here's one to try. It's called Sea Holly, and it's actually in the thistle family. Sea Holly is a perennial garden plant, which means you plant it once and it comes up year...

Funky Garden Plants 2 What's a perennial garden plant that blooms in the winter? A hellebore! It is an outdoor plant that is shocking to see blooming sometimes in the snow. There are many varieties. They are perennial which means they come back year after...

Geranium Plants The geranium that brightens your landscape with its brightly colored flowers may be one of two different species. If you successfully over-wintered your geranium, chances are it is an herbaceous perennial from the genus Geranium. However, most...

Hidden Dangers From Poison Oak, Ivy & Sumac Plants According to the American Academy of Dermatology, each year 10 to 50 million Americans develop an allergic rash after contact with Poison Oak, Poison Ivy and Poison Sumac Plants. The invisible oily resin called urushiol causes the ill effects of...

How to Choose Water Garden Plants So the water garden bug has bitten. Youíve dug and leveled and sweated and said words you hope that no one else has heard. Now itís time for the fun part Ė picking out your water garden plants! Plant varieties within these four...

How To Plant Rose Bushes In Landscaping Your Garden For planting roses a good garden loam with organic matter is important. It must contain peat moss, leaf mold, compost, rotted or commercial manure, and the bed should be prepared as far ahead of planting as is feasible in order to allow for...

How to Water Your Houseplants Wisely Over watering ranks first in causes of houseplant demise because it causes roots to rot. Most plants are tough so they can recover from under watering with only the loss of a few leaves -- unless you wait too long and pass the point of no return....

Interview With A Plant.: Stop Planticide! Recently I had the opportunity to sit down with the infamous plant activist, John Ivy. Mr Ivy heads up the rapidly growing plant rights group, Plants Against Dirt or PAD for short. Members of PAD are made up of common house plants from across...

Medicinal Plants Backpackers Should Know Why learn about medicinal plants? Certainly, backpackers shouldn't leave the first aid kit home, but it can be useful and interesting to know a few plant medicines too. Whether you are someday in a survival situation, or you just lost your first...

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