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Posted: 23 Feb 2013
Daisy
Posted: 22 Feb 2013
Chrysanthemum
Posted: 18 Feb 2013
Campanula
Posted: 17 Feb 2013
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Posted: 16 Feb 2013

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Dandelion

Category: Flowers | Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:38 pm



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Daisy

Category: Flowers | Posted: Fri Feb 22, 2013 5:14 pm



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Chrysanthemum

Category: Flowers | Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:03 pm

"If you would be happy for a lifetime,

grow chrysanthemums."

Chinese proverb

There are about thirty species in the Chrysanthemum flower genus. All of the flowers are characterised by a rare form of the head, which is in fact a group of small florets itself, and come in a wide variety of colours and shapes as a whole. They may be similar to daisies, buttons, bells and more. Originating from the North eastern regions of the European continent and some Asian zones, the members of this genus from the asteracae family are divided into nine categories, based mainly on their forms. These are cascades, reflexed, incurved, charms, singles, quills, late flowering, pompon and intermediate..... Read more: Chrysanthemum flower

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Campanula

Category: Flowers | Posted: Sun Feb 17, 2013 11:43 am



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Bird of Paradise

Category: Flowers | Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2013 4:56 pm



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Prepare garden for the winter

Category: My Garden Adventures | Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 3:51 pm

Winter is the most crucial part of the year for anything related to nature and growing. Fruits and vegetables, orchards, herbs and even weeds need to take a time off from the world and sleep under the soft, thick cover of snow. As do many animals, we humans also need to rest and it is exactly during the winter time that we accomplish this aim. It is no different for economists as well as for gardeners. The only difference between them is that while the economist needs to read the Wall Street Journal, a gardener can take any book or material from the internet that is related to his or her hobby and chosen profession and take notes throughout the entire winter season! Yes, while you think that the last quarter of the year is obstructing you, it is in fact helping your profession or garden-related habits. This is because while staying at home alone or with friends, gardeners have more time to actually learn and think about things and are not as occupied with the practice of their chosen profession.

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