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Please Thank a Farmer, by Melody Rose

This week we're supposed to consider what we're thankful for. Please take a minute to thank a farmer.

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PlantFiles: Sneezeweed 'Double Trouble' (Helenium )

Sneezeweed 'Double Trouble'

(Helenium )

Typical helenium growth habit. Flowers are more full, but a bit smaller I feel....
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J.L. Hudson, Seedsman

Review by karrr:

Easy and Super quick! Very happy with my order....
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BirdFiles: Rock Pigeon (Columba livia)

Rock Pigeon

(Columba livia)

Domestic Pigeons - descendants of the wild rock pigeon of the northern hemisphere - first arrived in New Zealand with the...
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BugFiles: Plume Moth (Sinpunctiptilia emissalis)

Plume Moth

(Sinpunctiptilia emissalis)

This plume moth was found at Upper Beaconsfield, Victoria, Australia. The underneath image was taken through glass....
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Map: Garden Centers, Garden Supplies

Edible Landscaping

5 stars
This is my second time ordering from Edible Landscaping. The first time ordering was an excellent experience; same for the...
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Gardening Book: the book of little hostas

the book of little hostas

Review by sybilshappylife:

I'm new to hosta fever, so need all the knowledge and advice I can get. This book explains a great deal about caring for...
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A carnivorous plant in Cairns QLD, Australia


I would wish to know the name of this plant. This photo was taken in Cairns QLD, in november 2009. Thank you for your answers.

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  Today in history: November 28  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: Does your lunch sandwich seem a little bland? The crunch of sprouts would liven things up. Swing by your garden center for some seeds, and start a batch today.

1813: Don Francisco de Paula y Marin was born. He is credited for establishing the first vineyard and first pineapple crop in Hawaii.

1854: Gottlieb Haberlandt, Austrian botanist, was born. He would propose the idea of totipotentiality, a theory that each plant cell could give rise to a complete plant.

1900: Mississippi school children voted Magnolia as their favorite flower, but it was not made official until 1952.

1913: Roy Orlo Woodbury, American botanist, was born in Montpelier, North Dakota. He would work in Puerto Rico with the Agricultural Experiment Station, and later as a taxonomist in the Botanical Garden of the University of Puerto Rico. Many plants are named in his honor.

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