Parenting Roots And Wings

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I’m sure many of you have heard that old Hallmark card adage that goes something like this: Parents give their children two great gifts—one is roots, the other is wings. This is what I address in this article. As parents, we pray for our children’s safety, health and happiness. We do everything we know to […]


Transplanting A Garden

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Transplanting an entire garden can seem like a monstrous undertaking. When transplanting a garden, it is necessary to ensure that the plants make it from their original hole to their new hole in a reasonable amount of time. Most people begin a project like transplanting a garden in late spring or early summer, when the […]


Soulful Meditiation Bloom Where You Re Planted

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Ralph Waldo Emerson said: “For everything you have missed, you have gained something else.” I love this quote and imagine this idea synonymous with my mother’s favorite saying, “Bloom where you’re planted.” This has become her token saying and usual answer to my constant query: “How will I know if I am following the perfect […]


Hair Loss Basic Understanding

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Before solving a problem one must understand the problem. Hair loss is the most common medical problem. Millions of people all over the world are struggling in the endless battle to stop their hair loss. How ever, most of them did not spend a couple of minutes learning what exactly the meaning of hair loss […]


Cervical Radiculopathy Diagnosing A Pinched Nerve In The Neck

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When a nerve is pinched in the neck’s spinal column, pain can be such a prominent symptom that more subtle, but diagnostic, aspects are overlooked. By way of background, the spinal cord in the neck is connected to the nerves of the arms through pairs of spinal nerves. These spinal nerves, also known as roots […]


American Ginseng

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American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius, L.) is a perennial herb and grows wild in deciduous forests of the eastern United States. American ginseng is an erect plant that reaches a height of 0.3 to 0.7 meters and has fusiform roots, greenish-white flowers and red berries. The roots and rhizomes are often branched or forked, and they […]


The Kilt Authentic Scottish Wear For A Modern Age

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You see them when watching the warriors of Braveheart racing through the glen or perhaps swirling around men’s waists in TV images from the annual Highland Games. They’re bright with tartan, crowned with sporran and have a dirk hanging boldly to the side. They’re kilts of course, and admittedly have a certain style. But do […]


Ayurvedic Medicine System

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Ayurveda medicine is a very comprehensive medicine system that is more that 5,000 years old, that is based on a holistic medicine approach that has its roots in Vedic Culture. Inside the word Ayurveda you will see the word “veda”, which means knowledge, tells us it’s important role in ancient hinduism. Charaka Samhita and the […]


Interracial Relationship Dating Outside One S Culture Without Betraying One S Roots

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The public’s outlook on socially and culturally sensitive issues is changing with every passing day. From 1967’s legalization of interracial marriages to current trends of legalizing gay marriages, it is apparent that, given time, society learns to accept change. Interracial dating and romance is no longer uncommon and is becoming well established throughout North American […]


How Much Water Does A Lawn Really Need

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Well, while your soil type, the amount of sunshine, and the climate all come into play, a good rule of thumb is 1 to 1 1/2 inches a week. What is most important is HOW you water. You want to water deeply and infrequently to have a healthy deep rooted grass lawn. Let’s say you […]


When To Restore A Tree After A Hurricane

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It may not seem possible, but even after a major storm or hurricane with high winds, many trees can actually be restored. As long as the major limbs are still intact, as well as the trunk and roots, and there is no decaying wood, the tree has a high possibility of surviving. The strong winds […]


Transplanting Tips

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Early spring is a great time for transplanting trees and shrubs, but you must do so before they wake up. Transplanting a plant is a very traumatic experience for the plant if it is awake. It’s like doing surgery on a person while they are awake. Dormancy starts in the fall as soon as you […]


Selecting The Right Bonsai Pots Is Very Important

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As with all types of plant pots, Bonsai pots are available in a huge array of sizes, shapes and colours but making sure you select the correct pot for your Bonsai tree can make the difference between a good looking Bonsai and an incredible looking Bonsai. Be warned, though, the pot you pick can have […]


6 Easy Tips On How To Care For Your Plants

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Many people worry a lot when it comes to caring for their plants. When talking about house plants, there is no need to worry. There are just a few things you need to consider. 1. Watering A watering can is a must-have in every garden. It is recommended that you purchase the one with a […]


Orchids How To Keep Them Alive

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My mother has recently taken up orchid care and, being the curious sort of person that I am, I was interested to learn what makes them ‘special’. What makes them a plant apart from the normal houseplants grown at home and why do they appear to be a challenge to the green-fingered? My mum has […]


Bonsai Care

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What are the basics of effective Bonsai care. Caring for your Bonsai tree involves many of the same activities associated with caring for a pot plant or an indoor plant. Well developed and healthy fibrous roots are essential for the continued good health of your Bonsai tree and repotting is an essential way to manage […]


About The Bonzai Tree

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Bonzai is a Japanese word, but its roots are Chinese and are derived from the word “punsa”. This word means “tree in a pot” The practice of growing trees in a pot was originally Chinese, but the practice of growing the Bonzai Tree was made into an art form by the Japanese when the concept […]


So You Want To Make A Bonsai

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Growing your own bonsai need not start by being expensive. Plants are free if grown from seed or cuttings and the rewards to be had in terms of appreciation of the final result, and the experience gained, is a joy beyond compare. Creating a bonsai is a fairly simple procedure, if you follow the necessary […]