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Seed Images – Printable Drawings of Hundreds of Seeds

Printable Seed Drawings – 30 pages The following drawings were published in 1937. Most seeds can be identified using these images. They are not only accurate but beautiful and may be used for teaching, crafting or classroom projects. Click here… Continue Reading Seed Images – Printable Drawings of Hundreds of Seeds

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How To Pronounce Botanical Names

Many people are confused about the “correct” way to pronounce botanical names. Often people are insecure about this, and worry that they will “look stupid” if they get the name wrong. Relax! The good news is there is NO “correct”… Continue Reading How To Pronounce Botanical Names

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Beer – Slug Trap or Slug Saloon?

How to Get Rid of Slugs with Beer By Robert Pavlis on June 2, 2014    We want to thank Robert Pavlis for permission to use this article. Visit his blog http://www.gardenmyths.com/ for more interesting and humorous posts. It is getting… Continue Reading Beer – Slug Trap or Slug Saloon?

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Is Dirt the new Prozac?

Even if you don’t love gardening, digging in the dirt may be good for your health — and it has nothing to do with a love of nature or the wonder of watching things grow. The secret may be in the dirt itself:… Continue Reading Is Dirt the new Prozac?

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BIBLICAL BOTANY – James Duke, PhD

The Biblical World, bridging Africa via Egypt through Israel and Palestine to Europe and the Middle East, is at the crossroads of the African and the European Continent. While few of these species are native to Tropical Africa, many if… Continue Reading BIBLICAL BOTANY – James Duke, PhD

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