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Seattle and the World Celebrate! June 17, 2017 was the celebration of the opening of the Jimi Hendrix Park in Seattle WA. The park was many years in development and required donations from large organizations as well as thousands of… Continue Reading Jimi Hendrix Park- A Park Every Body Can Enjoy!
Monet’s Garden at Giverney, France Photos by Shirley, May 2001 Monet’s Paintings of the Garden
Container Gardening – Necessity or Not – A great way to grow tasty food. FOR SOME gardeners, growing vegetables in containers is a necessity. City-dwellers make use of rooftops, balconies, alleyways, sidewalks or whatever little space they have available. Gardeners… Continue Reading Container Gardening Details
How to Start a Butterfly Garden Beginning a butterfly garden can be as simple as choosing flowering plants that will invite adult butterflies to your garden to feed. But if you want to create a butterfly garden that will act… Continue Reading Butterfly Garden Basics
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