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182 Most Recent Nature And Pets Articles

1.   How Safe Is Your Pet's Flea and Tick Killer? by Gary Le Mon
    How did your favorite flea and tick control product do in EPA laboratory testing for new product registration? All seven popular treatments I uncovered revealed shocking adverse health effects on dogs and cats.
    Distributed: 2011-07-20 10:15:00 | Word Count: 714 | Page Views: 2106 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.00
2.   Setting the Stage for More Rooftop Farms by Mohamed Hage
    Mohamed Hage, founder of the world's first urban commercial rooftop farm discusses the benefits and difficulties of putting farms on rooftops.
    Distributed: 2010-11-17 10:00:00 | Word Count: 855 | Page Views: 3058 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 1.50
3.   Favorite Fishing Spots In The Great State Of Florida by Jeb Maxwell
    From freshwater to saltwater, Florida offers a wide range of fishing opportunities for the most avid fisherman. It was impossible to explore all the fishing opportunities, within this article, but I have tried to at least point you to the highlights of any Florida fishing trip.
    Distributed: 2010-02-26 10:00:00 | Word Count: 787 | Page Views: 2360 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
4.   Where To Go In Florida, If You Want To Take Your Dog To The Beach by Jeb Maxwell
    Florida has four of the top ten Dog Friendly Beaches in the United States. In this article, we describe what you may need to know if you want to take your dog with you on your next Florida beach vacation.
    Distributed: 2010-02-25 10:45:00 | Word Count: 593 | Page Views: 2149 | Votes: 0 | Rating: 0.00
5.   Get Your Hiking Boots Ready For Your Florida Hiking Vacation by Candi Seger
    Hiking one of the many trails in the State of Florida offers a great probability of giving the hiker an experience to remember. Once you go on one hike, then you are ready for your next hike. The hiking is both interesting and marvelous, on the dozens of hiking trails available to the public in the great state of Florida.
    Distributed: 2010-02-23 12:45:00 | Word Count: 451 | Page Views: 2996 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 0.50
6.   Your Own Home Flower Garden by Luann Hays
    A garden is one place where we feel we are one with nature, and can enjoy the small pleasures of life. But without a few container plants and lots of flowers, a home garden is not complete. Before you choose the plants that you will grow in your home garden, walk around the neighborhood, and take note of what kinds of plants are already growing. This will give you an idea of what grows well, and how it will look in your own garden.
    Distributed: 2010-01-26 11:30:00 | Word Count: 1019 | Page Views: 2120 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 3.00
7.   Using Flowers to Decorate Your Home by Luann Hays
    Everyone wants their home to look at its best... You want it to have a relaxing, inspiring atmosphere that is unique to your own space. In this article, the author will review some of the innovative ways that you can use flowers as a focus of your home decoration projects...
    Distributed: 2010-01-19 10:45:00 | Word Count: 917 | Page Views: 2561 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 5.00
8.   What Is Your Siamese Trying To Tell You? by Susan Miller
    When it comes to cats, many cat-lovers will do just about anything to please their feline companions. However, one of the most perplexing aspects of owning a cat is the attempt to try to decipher its various body movements and meows. After all, like a baby, a cat's meow can mean just about anything -- from hunger to frustration to general irritation.
    Distributed: 2009-09-03 10:12:00 | Word Count: 496 | Page Views: 2724 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 3.83
9.   The Importance of Good Cat Health by Riley Santoso
    Anyone that has ever owned a cat for any extended period of time realizes the importance of being actively involved in promoting good feline health. Even newcomers learn quickly that there is a great deal of information to learn when it comes to taking care of a cat. There are a number of ways in which you can be prepared to take good care of your cat to try to avoid any problems down the road.
    Distributed: 2009-09-01 09:36:00 | Word Count: 476 | Page Views: 2072 | Votes: 1 | Rating: 3.00
10.   Flower Preservation Tips: Learn From Professional Florists How to Get the Most Life From Your Flowers by Lauren Mamane
    Flowers are one of the most versatile tools that someone can use for communication. You can express love using them, show appreciation to friends or co-workers, or display your superior sense of aesthetics by placing them in your house...
    Distributed: 2009-07-08 10:36:00 | Word Count: 644 | Page Views: 2390 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.25
11.   How to Build a More Successful Flower Garden by Lauren Mamane
    Flowers are the one plant that most everyone enjoys possessing, either in the yard or in a vase on the table. The beauty of the flower has held its place in the human heart for as long as man has loved a woman.
    Distributed: 2009-07-03 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1046 | Page Views: 2390 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 3.29
12.   Tips For Turning Your Backyard Into A Hummingbird Habitat by Steve Peek
    Hummingbirds notoriously have a high wing-beat rate, and it is its fast wing-beat rate that generates the hum for which the hummingbird is named. In this article, we answer every question you have ever had about hummingbirds, including how to make your backyard an attractive habitat for the many species of hummingbirds in the Americas.
    Distributed: 2009-04-14 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1408 | Page Views: 2193 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 3.00
13.   Bear Attacks - Guidelines For Those Of You Hiking Or Camping In Our Wilderness by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
    Distributed: 2009-01-21 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1166 | Page Views: 6123 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 1.62
14.   What Makes a Siamese Cat So Different? by Susan Miller
    The traditional Siamese cat or Apple Head as sometimes recognized is one of the oldest breeds of domestic cats. It still looks to this day as the breed originally would have looked when it was first imported from Siam. The breed is still a lovely muscular athletic looking cat with a beautiful round head and striking blue eyes.
    Distributed: 2008-10-09 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1082 | Page Views: 5810 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 3.00
15.   Origin and Evolution of Arcon Method for Search and Rescue Dogs by Jaime Parejo Garcia
    In this article we will discuss the origin and evolution of arcon method for search and rescue dogs.
    Distributed: 2008-09-26 11:36:00 | Word Count: 1845 | Page Views: 2909 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.38
16.   Phases in the Training Process Arcon Method by Jaime Parejo Garcia
    In this article we will discuss the phases in the training process arcon method.
    Distributed: 2008-09-24 11:48:00 | Word Count: 3215 | Page Views: 2452 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 3.08
17.   Gear Up For Thanksgiving With Fall-Themed Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The holidays are fast upon us and your florist is undoubtedly beginning to display beautiful fall flower arrangements and products just in time for Thanksgiving. And, since florists who responded to a recent Society of American Florists (SAF) survey chimed in to say that 27% of them had higher Thanksgiving sales in 2005 than they did in 2004, you're bound to see an even greater offering of autumn beauty than you did last year.
    Distributed: 2008-09-23 10:12:00 | Word Count: 412 | Page Views: 3252 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.60
18.   Arcon Method Techniques by Jaime Parejo Garcia
    The Arcon Techniques are strictly faithful to the rational demands of the conventional scientific technique and have been repeatedly subject to the corresponding process of experimentation and verification.
    Distributed: 2008-09-18 11:24:00 | Word Count: 1546 | Page Views: 2385 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 3.55
19.   Introduction to the Arcon Method by Jaime Parejo Garcia
    Method Canine Catastrophe Rescue consists of using dogs to find people that have been accidentally buried for whatever reason (explosions, earthquakes, structural flaws, hurricanes, tornadoes, avalanches, landslides, etc.).
    Distributed: 2008-09-16 12:48:00 | Word Count: 2372 | Page Views: 2818 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 3.00
20.   Educating, Counseling and Healing With Nature Via 53 Natural Senses by Michael J. Cohen, Ph.D.
    Learn the ecology of sensory, nature-connected, environmental science, counseling and psychology. It recognizes Earth as a living organism and that we are born with more than 53 natural senses that help us sustain personal and global well-being.
    Distributed: 2008-09-09 13:00:00 | Word Count: 1108 | Page Views: 2810 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.00
21.   Birds Go Nuts for Peanut Butter by Andy Perrin
    Part of the attraction at Leeds Castle is the Aviary. The Hon. Olive, Lady Baillie had a passion for birds and started to introduce her collection of exotic birds back in 1957. In 1988 the present aviary with its 48 irregularly shaped hexagon flights was opened and they have had many notable successes breeding rare birds. The Aviary is run by Laura Gardner (Curator of Birds) and her team.
    Distributed: 2008-06-26 12:00:00 | Word Count: 329 | Page Views: 2536 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.83
22.   Zac Efron May Become As Popular As Marigolds by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Zac Efron, costar of the Disney hit movie High School Musical, has become a very popular star among the teen set-almost as popular as his birth flower (Zac Efron was born October 18, 1987), the marigold, that blooms in nearly every American yard each summer.
    Distributed: 2008-05-25 13:00:00 | Word Count: 391 | Page Views: 5432 | Votes: 33 | Rating: 2.82
23.   Video Reviews Of Flowers May Draw Customers Like Hilary Duff by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Flowers are one of the most popular gifts on the planet-one that pop star and movie actress Hilary Duff is sure to have given and received many times already in her young life. In fact, flowers are so popular that 92 percent of women can remember the last time they received them and 97 percent of both men and women can recall the last time they gave them.
    Distributed: 2008-05-20 14:36:00 | Word Count: 476 | Page Views: 2534 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.25
24.   You Don't Need Wikipedia To Understand Some Basic Flower Terms by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Dish gardens...corsages...tussie mussies...the language of the floral industry can be really confusing for those who aren't familiar with it.
    Distributed: 2008-05-20 11:00:00 | Word Count: 538 | Page Views: 3475 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.25
25.   Trish Stratus And Columbine Flowers Are Both Native To Canada by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Four-time WWE Women's Wrestling Champion Trish Stratus hails from Toronto, Canada. While she's certainly a beauty that Canadians can be proud of, the columbine flower is a symbol of Toronto that should make them proud as well.
    Distributed: 2008-05-13 13:00:00 | Word Count: 414 | Page Views: 3791 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.43
26.   You Don't Have To Be Lindsay Lohan To Have Your Own Prairie Home Companion by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Growing prairie flowers has become an increasingly popular way to add some beauty to the yards of thousands of Americans. In fact, many people are turning to natural prairie flowers because they require a lot less hassle and work than do fancier and more complicated landscaping methods.
    Distributed: 2008-05-13 10:00:00 | Word Count: 498 | Page Views: 2434 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 3.09
27.   Received A Houseplant For Mother's Day? Keep It As Strong As Your Child's Love For You by Wesley Berry, AAF
    You're so happy with the beautiful plant you received for Mother's Day, but you're afraid you have a brown thumb. It's not nearly as difficult to keep your plant healthy and strong as you might think it is.
    Distributed: 2008-05-12 13:00:00 | Word Count: 577 | Page Views: 2420 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.50
28.   What Do Pokemon And Bonsai Trees Have In Common? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    I'll bet you're thinking the answer to what Pokemon and bonsai trees have in common is easy-they both have Japanese origins. Well, you'd actually be wrong. Pokemon do indeed come from Japan, but, although often associated with Japan, the art of bonsai actually began in China.
    Distributed: 2008-05-09 11:00:00 | Word Count: 411 | Page Views: 2929 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.83
29.   Yellow Mums Are In Fashion For The Fall by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Each year in the fall people trade in their bright summer flowers for warmly colored fall plants and flowers. Year after year, the most popular fall flower choice is the chrysanthemum, or mum for short. In 2005, yellow was the color of fashion for the potted mum.
    Distributed: 2008-05-08 13:00:00 | Word Count: 420 | Page Views: 5529 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
30.   The Glory Of Hilary Duff...Morning Glory, That Is! by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Hilary Duff, born September 28, 1987, with her acting talent, beautiful face, lovely voice, and trendy sense of style is indeed a young lady with a glorious career still ahead of her. Could all of Ms. Duff's glorious talents be attributed to the fact that she was born in the month of the morning glory?
    Distributed: 2008-05-07 14:00:00 | Word Count: 422 | Page Views: 3079 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 3.00
31.   Brooke Burke Is A Desert Beauty...Just Like The Cactus by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Cacti are available in over 2,500 different varieties, such as pincushion, powder puff, rat-tail, prickly pear, bunny ears, and golden barrel. While most people think of cacti as having sharp spines, some varieties are a little easier to handle with soft hair-like fibers.
    Distributed: 2008-05-07 10:00:00 | Word Count: 453 | Page Views: 2966 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.50
32.   Buy Your Golf Enthusiast Flowers For Father's Day by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Does your father, grandfather, uncle, or husband spend his weekends yelling, "FORE!"? Does he faithfully watch the weather report to determine when he can squeeze a golf game in between rain showers? If so, you've got a golf fanatic on your hands and I've got a great Father's Day gift idea for you-golf-themed flowers arrangements!
    Distributed: 2008-05-02 10:00:00 | Word Count: 419 | Page Views: 3648 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 3.15
33.   Taylor Hicks Born In The Camellia State by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Just as American Idol Taylor Hicks beat out his fellow Idol contestants to become this year's American Idol, the Camellia beat out the goldenrod to become the state flower of Alabama, Hicks' home state.
    Distributed: 2008-05-01 10:12:00 | Word Count: 440 | Page Views: 2932 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 3.38
34.   The Nfl Football Hall Of Fame Has Nothing On The Floriculture Hall Of Fame by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Every year football fans eagerly await the latest inductees to the NFL Football Hall of Fame. Likewise, every year, people in the floriculture business look forward to the latest Floriculture Hall of Fame awardee.
    Distributed: 2008-04-30 13:12:00 | Word Count: 466 | Page Views: 3201 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.17
35.   Springtime Flowers For Paris Hilton by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The grass is getting green and trees and shrubs are starting to bud. You're itching to get some dirt under your fingernails, but it's still pretty chilly at night and you don't think your summer garden flowers can withstand the cold just yet. Is there anything you can plant? Yes!
    Distributed: 2008-04-28 14:12:00 | Word Count: 444 | Page Views: 2333 | Votes: 13 | Rating: 2.69
36.   Some Rose Trivia For Madonna by Wesley Berry, AAF
    In writing her children's book titled The English Roses, Madonna may have done some research. But, did she uncover these facts about roses, one of the world's most treasured flowers?
    Distributed: 2008-04-24 15:48:00 | Word Count: 395 | Page Views: 2967 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 2.33
37.   Singer Jewel And Peonies Are Products Of Alaska by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Born and raised in the Alaskan wilds, singer Jewel is known worldwide for her poetic lyrics and beautiful melodies. Jewel is certainly a product that Alaskans can be proud of, and now they may have yet another reason to celebrate-they're about to have their first international agricultural export, and like Jewel, this export is also beautiful. Peonies, according to a five-year study conducted by researchers at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks (UAF), just might be that important export first for the state.
    Distributed: 2008-04-23 11:48:00 | Word Count: 379 | Page Views: 2947 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.00
38.   Seniors Keep Smiling With A Healthy Diet Of Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Eat flowers? You're probably thinking that's crazy! Actually, it's not-there are some varieties of edible flowers, but that's not really what I mean. I mean to say that seniors who receive flowers as gifts are happier than those who don't. It's a proven fact!
    Distributed: 2008-04-23 09:12:00 | Word Count: 423 | Page Views: 2637 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.10
39.   Sending Birthday Flowers To Pamela Anderson by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Each month of the year has a birth flower associated with it. Some even have several different types of flowers. New parents often look up the flower associated with their newborn and may even record the flower next to the birthstone in the child's baby book.
    Distributed: 2008-04-16 15:00:00 | Word Count: 499 | Page Views: 2929 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.45
40.   Save The Mystery For The Da Vinci Code...Flowers Are An Easy Solution by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Sometimes choosing the right gift leaves you feeling a little like author Dan Brown's lead character Robert Langdon trying to solve The Da Vinci Code. But, with a little help from your florist, you needn't feel like gift buying is a mystery.
    Distributed: 2008-04-15 10:01:00 | Word Count: 438 | Page Views: 2729 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.78
41.   The Heart Of The Thoroughbred Horse Can Only Be Found In Competition by Robb Fowler
    If you have ever watched the Kentucky Derby or other events in racing's Triple Crown, you have had the opportunity to see Thoroughbred horses. If you're not a racing fan, but watch the news on a regular basis - particularly after the 2006 running of the Kentucky Derby and on through the rest of the year, you're likely familiar with the story of Barbaro, the 2006 Derby winner that was put down after shattering a hind leg during the 2006 Preakness Stakes: the beautiful, calm Thoroughbred Horse was beloved by many.
    Distributed: 2008-04-13 10:36:00 | Word Count: 734 | Page Views: 2406 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.57
42.   Paris Hilton Can Now Confidently Order Flowers In Pennsylvania by Wesley Berry, AAF
    If Paris Hilton picks up the telephone book, looks up florists, and calls one of the numbers listed, what she thinks is the number for a local florist might really route her call to a company in an entirely different state. But, lawmakers in Pennsylvania have taken a very important step in stopping deceptive business practices like these.
    Distributed: 2008-04-11 12:12:00 | Word Count: 324 | Page Views: 2339 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.56
43.   Salma Hayek Isn't The Only Flower Of Mexico by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Mexican-American actress Salma Hayek was born in Coatzacoalcus, Veracruz, Mexico. While she's a terrific actress, many people associate her name with her colorful and bold beauty-just like the dahlia, the national flower of Mexico.
    Distributed: 2008-04-10 14:24:00 | Word Count: 432 | Page Views: 4506 | Votes: 14 | Rating: 2.14
44.   Understanding The Importance and Popularity of the American Quarter Horse by Robb Fowler
    Quarter Horse seems like a strange name for an animal, but only until you understand that Quarter horses are able to run a quarter mile faster than any other horse can run the same distance (in some situations, a Quarter Horse has been recorded at over 50 miles per hour while running at full speed), then its given name makes good sense.
    Distributed: 2008-04-10 10:12:00 | Word Count: 739 | Page Views: 2160 | Votes: 4 | Rating: 2.00
45.   Dog Care 101: Learn Everything You Need to Know About Caring for Your New Pup by Christine Beals
    Caring for a dog is much more than just feeding it daily. One of the saddest things in the world is a neglected animal - especially a doting dog. Dogs love and need bundles of attention and tender loving care. Their whole day revolves around when they can expect some love and attention from you, their owner.
    Distributed: 2008-04-09 11:36:00 | Word Count: 1022 | Page Views: 2993 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.22
46.   Thinking Green - Keeping Our White Water Rivers Clean by Norm Schoenhoff
    Paying attention to the impact we have on the environment is just one step to preserving the natural resources available to us; 'thinking green' involves taking extra steps to raise awareness of problems and help preserve some of America's most beautiful natural resources. Whitewater rafting is a sport that has grown in popularity over the last few years, but river pollution is starting to be felt in the rivers where we seek our pleasures.
    Distributed: 2008-04-08 10:48:00 | Word Count: 724 | Page Views: 3658 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.22
47.   Understanding What A Paint Horse Is, And How To Identify One by Robb Fowler
    Paint horses got their name for a far more obvious reason: in every case, whether their pattern falls into the Overo, Tobiano or Tovero category, the horse is marked by some percentage of white hair over un-pigmented skin in addition to another color: brown, tan, black or gray.
    Distributed: 2008-04-08 10:36:00 | Word Count: 737 | Page Views: 2170 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.71
48.   Paris Hilton And California Flower Growers Weather Cold Snap by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The recent cold snap in California wasn't much more to pampered starlets like Paris Hilton than a reason to don designer coats and boots. But, for Californians who grow flowers or citrus fruits, the cold was nearly a disaster.
    Distributed: 2008-04-04 10:36:00 | Word Count: 373 | Page Views: 3119 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 2.20
49.   Understanding The Art Of Buying A Good Horse by Robb Fowler
    Anyone looking through a list of horses for sale needs to have a strong sense of what they are looking to buy. When buying horses in Texas, or anywhere else, most people are going to find right off the bat that they are not just looking for a brown horse, they are going to be looking for horses that will serve a particular purpose.
    Distributed: 2008-04-03 10:24:00 | Word Count: 757 | Page Views: 2096 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 3.00
50.   Pamela Anderson Can Make Her Plants Pet Safe by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Cats are notorious plant nibblers and soil diggers. But, with some careful plant selection, placement, and creativity, you can keep your cat from ruining your plants, and keep your cat safe from potentially harmful plant varieties.
    Distributed: 2008-04-03 10:12:00 | Word Count: 475 | Page Views: 2761 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.75
51.   Olsen Twins Were Born With Devoted Affection...And Their Birth Flower Proves It by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The deep connection the Olsen Twins share for one another is no secret to anyone who has paid any attention to their lives as they've grown up. Perhaps that devotion should come as no secret considering they were born in the month of June, the month of the honeysuckle flower, which stands for devoted affection.
    Distributed: 2008-04-01 11:36:00 | Word Count: 411 | Page Views: 3048 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.90
52.   Florida Is Home to Sea Cows, Sea Horses and American Quarter Horses by Robb Fowler
    Ask someone what they see when they picture horses in Florida and you're likely to hear about an imagines scene that places the rider and horse on a Gulf Coast beach with the sun setting in the background over crisp blue water. While that is, admittedly, an idyllic scene that is fairly common, horses in Florida are also likely to be scene carrying their riders along state and national park trails, at racetracks and in both dressage and jumping rings.
    Distributed: 2008-04-01 10:24:00 | Word Count: 764 | Page Views: 2555 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 1.80
53.   Horses in California Are Quite Common, Even Outside of Hollywood by Robb Fowler
    Most famously, Californian Ronald Reagan owned horses and was very fond of going on a ride, whenever he was at home. While the Reagan's occupied the White House, both Ronald and Nancy were the proud owners of Arabian horses. Of course, horses have been kept in California even into the modern age, even by ordinary Californians, for work and pleasure.
    Distributed: 2008-03-29 10:00:00 | Word Count: 815 | Page Views: 2524 | Votes: 2 | Rating: 1.50
54.   No Need To Be Anglina Jolie To Find Treasure In A Tomb by Wesley Berry, AAF
    A recent discovery in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt proved that you don't need to be Angelina Jolie's character in the movie Tomb Raider to find treasure in a tomb. Archaeologists began their excavation in Luxor hoping to find a mummy, but when they opened the tomb they found a treasure of a very different kind-a garland of flowers entwined with gold.
    Distributed: 2008-03-28 11:36:00 | Word Count: 346 | Page Views: 2843 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.11
55.   Jessica Simpson's Home State Is Home Of Poinsettia Celebration by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Next November singer and actress Jessica Simpson (born July 10, 1980 in Dallas, Texas) may want to make a visit to her home state so she can attend the annual Poinsettia Celebration put on by Ellison's Greenhouses in Brenham, Texas. The celebration has gotten so big and beautiful that it was even featured on The Today Show in 2006.
    Distributed: 2008-03-27 10:36:00 | Word Count: 391 | Page Views: 2645 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 1.63
56.   How Judges Score Dressage Horses In Competition by Robb Fowler
    While most dressage (a French term meaning "training") horses are warm bloods - Holsteiners, Trahkeners, Dutch Warmbloods, and Oldenburgs - some American Quarter Horses have also been very successful in dressage competitions.
    Distributed: 2008-03-27 10:12:00 | Word Count: 810 | Page Views: 2463 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 1.67
57.   Jennifer Lopez Is Most Likely To Buy Flower Bouquets by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Statistics released by the Society of American Florists (SAF) in August of 2006 show that members of Gen-X (those aged 25 to 39), like Jennifer Lopez, are most interested purchasing flowers that have already been bunched or are in a bouquet.
    Distributed: 2008-03-26 11:48:00 | Word Count: 410 | Page Views: 2963 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 2.44
58.   Choosing the Right Horse for Calf Roping by Robb Fowler
    When it comes to weekends at the rodeo, riders and their horses must be equally athletic. Particularly when it comes to the rodeo's timed events - barrel racing, steer wrestling and calf roping - athleticism is essential. The success of the rodeo cowboy is measured as much by having the right horse, as it is by the cowboy's athletic skills and timing.
    Distributed: 2008-03-25 11:00:00 | Word Count: 762 | Page Views: 3479 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.13
59.   Jessica Simpson's Daisy Days by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Jessica Simpson recently brought eighties character Daisy Duke back to life on the big screen in the hit movie The Dukes of Hazzard. The movie took years to develop and cost about $53 million dollars to make. But, you can have your own daisies in less time and for a whole lot less money. Daisies are among the most popular flowers in America.
    Distributed: 2008-03-20 11:12:00 | Word Count: 488 | Page Views: 2835 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 3.00
60.   Madonna And The Poppy Flower Have Fame In Common by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Born August 16, 1958, pop superstar Madonna was born in the month of the poppy. The poppy certainly seems to be an appropriate flower for Madonna since it is a symbol of fame - something Madonna has certainly not seen a shortage of.
    Distributed: 2008-03-18 10:24:00 | Word Count: 493 | Page Views: 2577 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.88
61.   Jennifer Aniston And The Primrose by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Poor Jennifer Aniston. She can't go out picking primroses, her birth flower (Aniston was born February 11, 1969-the primrose is the birth flower for the month of February) in the United Kingdom. Well, she could, but it might land her in jail.
    Distributed: 2008-03-12 10:00:00 | Word Count: 386 | Page Views: 2320 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 1.71
62.   Britney Spears' Fragrance Line May Benefit From Flower Research by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Pop icon Britney Spears recently introduced her own line of fragrances. She currently offers three different perfumes called In Control, Fantasy, and Curious. Two of the three, In Control and Curious, use the scent of flowers (midnight orchid and Louisiana Magnolia, respectively) to create their fragrance.
    Distributed: 2008-03-10 15:00:00 | Word Count: 424 | Page Views: 3284 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.43
63.   Heather Mills And Flower Enthusiasts Promote Making The World A Better Place by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Okay, Heather Mills and the flower enthusiasts aren't working together toward a better world, but they do have the goal in common. Heather Mills may be well known for her marriage to Beatle Paul McCartney, but she's also spent years advocating the elimination of land mines in an effort to make the world a safer, more peaceful place. Flower enthusiasts, too, are working toward making the world a more peaceful place, but they're doing it in a much different way.
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64.   Get More Out Of Your Workplace Than Just Taxes by Wesley Berry, AAF
    For many business owners, sometimes it seems like all you get out of running a business, is taxes. There are so many forms to file, and sometimes it feels like all the money you work so hard to make is spent on taxes. But, if you've noticed your sales slumping or if you'd just like to add some more cash to your bottom line, there's a very easy way to do that. Recent studies have shown that just by placing flowers and green plants in the workplace, you can enjoy marked improvements in your business.
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65.   Flowers Help Relieve The Stress Of Filing Taxes With The IRS by Wesley Berry, AAF
    With the April 15th tax deadline looming, IRS employees are feeling the hustle and bustle of an increased workload while the rest of us are feeling a bit overwhelmed and stressed out at the thought of filling out copious forms and making sure we haven't missed a single dollar of tax credits.
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66.   Get More Green Than A Golf Green With Houseplants by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Relax, you can enjoy some green even if you can't get out of the house! Houseplants are an easy and excellent way to bring some green right into your very own home.
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67.   For Increasing Profits, Flowers Are A Better Gamble Than Poker by Wesley Berry, AAF
    There's an easy way for business people to increase their profits without taking a big gamble, and this sure-fire profit booster is available to everyone and in every community. Want to know what the secret is? Flowers!
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68.   Flowers May Have Aided Elliot Yamin's Recovery by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Elliot Yamin, recent American Idol hopeful, overcame a lot to stand on that big stage and croon to his fans in that soulful voice. During the American Idol season, Yamin revealed that he is not only 90% deaf in one ear, but he also suffers from diabetes.
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69.   Understanding Which Horses Make The Best Barrel Racing Horses by Robb Fowler
    Contrary to what some people believe, not every horse is an ideal candidate for barrel racing. Though there are fewer particulars than there are when looking for a Thoroughbred that will be a winner on the race track, there are a number of different characteristics that will be found in great barrel horses.
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70.   Flowers Have As Much Meaning As Mariah Carey's Songs by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Mariah Carey's songs mean so much to her many fans. Her lyrics are often poignant and express just how she and her listeners sometimes feel. Flowers, too, express our feelings and thoughts in so many ways. In fact, many people believe they speak in their very own language.
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71.   Arabian Horses Are Widely Popular for Good Reason by Robb Fowler
    Arabian horses have quickly taken their place as one of the most popular breeds in North America. The endurance and lung capacity of the Arabian horses make them a popular option for those who enjoy spending a day out on a long ride.
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72.   Flowers Bring Romance For Angelina Jolie by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Flowers are a beautiful, fragrant, quick, and easy way to keep the spark in a relationship. Flowers come in so many varieties that it's easy to find the perfect bloom to fit any situation. We most often think of lavish arrangements, bouquets, and even wedding flowers when we think of flowers in connection with romance. But, there's a lot to be said for the kinds of arrangements and bouquets we send, where we send them, and how we send them.
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73.   Flowers Are The Superman Of The Gift-Giving World by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Able to create smiles on the faces of those in need, leaps from shore to shore in a single bound...it's a bird, it's a plane, it's Superman? No! It's flowers!
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74.   Flowers Are An Easier Health Boost Than The Atkins Diet by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The Atkins Diet has been touted as an easy way to lose weight, get healthy, and feel happier. But, florists have known for years that there's an even easier way to give someone you care about a happiness and health boost - flowers!
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75.   Wild Mustang Horses in the American West by Robb Fowler
    Nearly all of the horses currently running wild in the ranges of the Western United States hailed from the Iberian Peninsula of Southwestern Europe, in a region defined by modern day Spain, Portugal, Andorra and Gibraltar. Keep reading as we examine the history of the horse and the wild mustang in North America...
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76.   Flowers Are A Longer Running Hit Than Star Wars by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The first Star Wars movie was released in 1977 and, with five movies and a cartoon series since then, it's remained a hit with fans ever since. Twenty-nine years is a pretty long time in terms of popularity among the American public, but flowers have held worldwide popularity far longer. People have been growing flowers and presenting them as gifts for centuries.
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77.   Flowers And Clay Aiken: Favorites Among Seniors by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Clay Aiken, one-time American Idol runner up, is often described by cynical judge Simon Cowell as being a favorite only among the senior citizen set. Aiken's charm appeals to seniors and his songs lift their spirits. That sounds a lot like another favorite among seniors - flowers!
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78.   Flower Care For Paris Hilton by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Paris Hilton undoubtedly has thousands of admirers and, with so many admirers, she probably receives flowers on an almost daily basis. Fortunately for Paris Hilton, flowers are really pretty easy to care for. If Ms. Hilton-or you-can follow a few fairly simple rules of thumb, fresh flowers delivered by your florist can stay vibrant and beautiful for many days.
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79.   We Won't Be Doing Much Business On A Dead Planet by Christophe Poizat
    It is a sad but true fact: we won't be doing much business on a dead planet. The pristine beauty of our planet is at risk of being destroyed. What has taken hundreds of millions of years to elaborate could be forever gone within a few decades because of the negative impact the human species has on planet Earth.
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80.   Britney Spears Could Use Lilies Of The Valley In Her Next Bridal Bouquet by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Spears' marriage to rapper Kevin Federline has come to an end. So, Ms. Spears now finds herself 'on the market' again and may one day find herself walking down the aisle once again. If she does, she may want to use the popular Lily of the Valley in her bridal bouquet.
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81.   Emma Watson Is A Real Sweet Pea by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Harry Potter co-star Emma Watson, who plays super-smart Hermione Granger, turned sweet sixteen on April 15, 2006. From all accounts, she's as sweet as any sixteen-year-old can be. So sweet, in fact, that her birth flower is the sweet pea!
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82.   Eminem Needs Flower Therapy by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Flowers, green plants, and flowering plants are an excellent way to brighten anyone's day, both men and women. Not only are they beautiful and bring an instant smile to the face of anyone who receives them, they're also personal and expressive gifts.
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83.   Eminem Grew Up With The Scent Of Apple Blossoms In The Air by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Although he wasn't born in Michigan, rapper Eminem spent a great deal of his childhood there and, in fact, set his hit semi-autobiographical movie 8 Mile there. Though his movie may not have painted an idealistic picture of the great state of Michigan, many who call it home are quick to mention the sweet fragrance the abundant apple blossoms spread through the air when their beautiful pink blossoms adorn the apple trees.
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84.   Make The Most Of Valentine's Day Roses by Wesley Berry, AAF
    One of the top gifts given on Valentine's Day is a beautiful bouquet or arrangement of long-stemmed roses. But, if you've purchased roses on Valentine's Day as well as other days of the year, you may have noticed that they're a bit more costly in February than at other times. Although you may find the increased price frustrating, there really are some very good reasons for the higher cost.
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85.   Could Carmen Electra Choose A Florist? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Carmen Electra has become such a versatile force in the celebrity world that is seems she can do almost anything. She's worked in television, film, theater, and has even created a fitness video. It leaves one wondering if there's anything she can't do...for instance, could she choose the right florist?
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86.   Clay Aiken's Birth Flower At Risk From Serious Disease by Wesley Berry, AAF
    People born in the November, like Clay Aiken, share the chrysanthemum as their birth flower. It's a gorgeous flower from the daisy family that's often seen in fall flower arrangements and beds. It's frequently seen in autumn colors like gold, yellow, and rust. They're a pleasure to look at, but one thing people in the floral industry don't want to see is chrysanthemum white rust (CWR), a disease that's deadly to the flowers.
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87.   Does Lindsay Lohan Give Fashionable Flower Gifts? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Young actress Lindsay Lohan has firmly established herself as a fashion icon among young women and teens. Her trendy looks lead one to wonder if she's just as fashionable in other areas of her life as she is in her wardrobe.
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88.   A Personal Gift Of Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Think about the gifts you've received in your life. Is there one that stands out more than any other? Why was that gift so special? I'll bet it was one that just really fit you-your personality, your interests, something that makes you uniquely you. And, who was it that gave you that gift? Your mother, father, sibling, significant other?
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89.   Taking The Thorns Out Of Ordering Flowers: A Guide For Guys by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Are you a man who believes flowers should only be sent on special occasions and only to a woman you are madly in love with? Think again! Flowers are an appropriate gift for any woman in your life - mom, sister, friend, coworker, or any other woman you feel warmly toward. And, women love to be surprised, so send flowers any time of the year and for no reason at all.
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90.   Sweet Ideas For Your Sweetheart On Valentine's Day by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Valentine's Day is approaching and the pressure to find the perfect way to say "I love you" is on. Want some help making a big impression without breaking your budget? Call your florist!
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91.   Even Jessica Simpson Gets Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Sometimes superstars like Jessica Simpson seem so far removed from our world that we forget they also enjoy some of the simpler pleasures in life, like flowers. In fact, it would seem that celebrities send flowers for many of the same occasions and situations we "regular folks" do
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92.   American Idol Clay Aiken Born In The Month Of The Chrysanthemum by Wesley Berry, AAF
    American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken, born November 30, 1978, may not have taken home the winning title, but his popularity has blossomed almost as much as that of his birth-month flower, the wildly popular chrysanthemum.
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93.   The Easter Lily: A Flower That Symbolizes Eternal Life And Purity by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The Easter lily, a majestic white beauty in the shape of a trumpet, heralds the coming of spring and the Easter holiday. It is traditionally presented as an Easter gift and adorns the altars of churches during the Christian holiday. This association with Easter has its roots in the Bible where it is frequently mentioned and has continued to be traditionally linked with Jesus Christ and the Virgin Mary.
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94.   St. Patrick's Day Shamrocks Bring Luck O' The Irish To Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    You probably recognize the shamrock as a symbol of St. Patrick's Day, so why not add a bit of that Irish luck to your St. Patrick's Day flowers? Believe it or not, many florists do keep a supply of shamrocks on hand to add to bouquets and arrangements ordered for St. Patrick's Day. Well, at least they carry something that passes for shamrocks... A closer look at the shamrock and the legends surrounding it reveals that finding the "true shamrock" requires more than just the luck brought by a four-leaf clover.
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95.   Madonna Writes About English Roses, But Does She Grow Them? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    onsidering that material girl Madonna has mad herself famous as a trendsetter, it's actually very likely that she does indeed grow English Roses. That's because, in terms of flowers, English Roses are relatively new to the scene and aren't found in the gardens of most people. In fact, English Roses weren't introduced until around 1969 when roses grown by English rose breeder, David Austin, first began to appear in the flower world.
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96.   Add Flowers To Your Life And Give Your Diet A Boost by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Did you know that adding flowers to your life could actually help your diet to be successful? No, I don't mean you should eat the flowers-although there certainly are some edible species. But, by simply placing flowers around your home, you could actually boost your mood, and thereby have more success in your weight loss goal.
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97.   The Rose: Christina Aguilera's Favorite Flower? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The rose has long been a favorite flower of many women, but is it the favorite flower of Christina Aguilera? The truth is, I don't know, but judging by the elaborate floral chuppah of brightly colored orange, yellow, and burgundy roses conspicuously present at her wedding and the thick bouquets of hot pink roses and rose petals surrounding her wedding cake, it's a sure bet the rose ranks high on Aguilera's list of favorite flowers.
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98.   Britney Spears Born In The Month Of The Narcissus Flower by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Born in the month of December, pop starlet Britney Spears' birth flower is the Narcissus, a flower that is known by several different names, and has many meanings. The narcissus is most commonly known as the daffodil, but is often called the jonquil in the Southern states. It is a consummate symbol of spring and new beginnings, but also stands for friendship and domestic happiness. Its name, Narcissus, when further explained, may give this flower yet another connotation.
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99.   Buy Flowers For Hillary Duff... Or Your Favorite Teen by Wesley Berry, AAF
    She loves clothes, talking on the phone, boys, teen stars like Hillary Duff, and a great pair of vintage jeans, but will your teen girl love a gift of flowers? Absolutely! In a recent survey, flowers proved to be among the most favored gifts men and women give and receive. And, since your teen is a young woman in training, there's no doubt that she will appreciate beautiful flowers, too-especially if you customize the gift to fit her special interests.
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100.   Flowers Are More Popular Than Pokemon by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Want to give a gift that's even more popular than Pokemon and isn't just a passing fad? Try flowers! It's really no secret that flowers have been an extremely popular gift to give for many, many years. Now, thanks to a recent nationwide survey, we have hard numbers that prove what those of us in the floral industry have known all along.
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101.   Plants And Flowers Can Bring Earth Day Right Into Your Home by Wesley Berry, AAF
    April 22nd is Earth Day, a day to celebrate this planet we call home and all the natural beauty it has to offer. Many people celebrate the day by planting a tree or bush or simply by spending the day outside, enjoying the splendor of nature. But, what if you live in a city where nature isn't as abundant as you'd like or if you're just unable to get outdoors to plant a tree or bush?
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102.   Jennifer Lopez Born Under The Bold Delphinium Flower by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Born July 24, 1970, singer and actress Jennifer Lopez was born during the month of the delphinium flower-a flower that signifies boldness, an open heart, and ardent attachment. Though those attributes may all be seen as very positive, the delphinium is also featured in a classic legend of great woe.
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103.   Actress Jessica Alba Born In The Month Of The Daisy by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Actress Jessica Alba was born April 28, 1981, during the month of the daisy-a flower with considerable meaning and history that is steeped in legend. It is traditionally a symbol of childhood innocence, purity, and gentleness.
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104.   Scented Flowers Make A Mariah Carey Style Comeback by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Singer Mariah Carey all but disappeared from the music scene only to return a bigger star than ever in late 2005. But, in terms of comebacks, fragrant flowers just may make an even bigger comeback
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105.   Flowers For 50 Cent by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Would a man like rapper 50 Cent like to receive flowers? If he's like the majority of men, the answer is, "Yes!" In surveys conducted by the Society of American Florists, men indicated they do enjoy receiving flowers. In fact, 60% of men responded that they would enjoy receiving flowers for occasions such as Valentine's Day.
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106.   Having Trouble Expressing Yourself Like Eminem? Send Flowers Instead by Wesley Berry, AAF
    You want to send a gift that expresses what you're thinking and feeling in the perfect way, but you're just not able to write a phrase with all the flair of an Eminem lyric. Don't worry-just think F.R.E.S.H
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107.   Angelina Jolie Would Be Proud Of This African Floral Farm by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Angelina Jolie has become as well known for her efforts to make the world a better place as she is for her movie roles. She's done charitable work for many African countries. As such, she'd probably be very happy to hear that one flower producer located in Kenya has made the move to using environmentally friendly geothermal energy to heat its greenhouses.
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108.   Although Her Birth Flower Is The Violet, Shakira Is No Shrinking Violet by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Sexy songstress Shakira was born February 9, 1977, during the month of the violet. But, if you're at all familiar with her hip shaking moves, you know she's no shrinking violet. However, she certainly has one thing in common with the violet - her popularity. The African violet has long been one of the most popular flowering potted plants.
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109.   Flowers Even Inspire Barbie by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The Barbie doll has inspired little girls for decades. Barbie has been on or near the top of the most popular toy lists for a very long time. Children are inspired by her pretty face and the versatility of her character-Barbie can be anything! A doctor, a model, a mother, a teacher, a veterinarian, or a mermaid. It's no wonder that with her beauty and versatility, she's even been a flower; four of them, to be exact.
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110.   Serve Up A Party Better Than Anna Kournikova Serves A Ball by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Anna Kournikova may be able to serve up a tennis ball, but can she throw a party that keeps people talking and waiting for the next one? Well, maybe, especially if she's adding special touches to her parties using flowers.
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111.   Flowers To Fit Pamela Anderson's Personality by Wesley Berry, AAF
    If Pamela Anderson were to buy flowers for herself, what kind of arrangement would she choose? Would she pick bold, bright colors arranged in a linear design? Or, would she choose soft pastels in a loose bouquet? Regardless of the kinds of flowers and designs she chose, the resulting arrangement would say a lot about her personality. That's because people with certain personality traits are generally drawn to certain styles of flowers.
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112.   Preserving Your Prom Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    For many young people, prom is the crowning event of their teenage years. Everything about the night is magical and they want to hang on to those memories. One of the most special parts of the evening is the gorgeous corsage her date chose with her and her lovely gown in mind. Those memories are meant to last, and you can help by preserving or drying her corsage so that it's almost as lovely as the day she received it.
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113.   Race To The Perfect Gift With Nascar Themed Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    You need to send a really outstanding gift to someone special in your life. You rack your brain and try to come up with something that will say what you're feeling, strike a personal chord, and be a fun gift that the recipient will really enjoy. Your special someone's passion is Nascar racing, but a shirt, hat, or other memorabilia alone seems so overdone. What can you do? Try presenting that Nascar gift with a new and exciting twist-send it with flowers.
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114.   Tulips For Jessica Simpson by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Born July 10, 1980, singer Jessica Simpson can claim the lovely spring tulip as her birth flower. Fortunately for her, her rise to popularity didn't involve the treachery and intrigue that the tulip's rise did.
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115.   What Do You Do When You Need To Apologize To Scarlett Johansson? Send Flowers! by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Young actress Scarlett Johansson was recently named the number one sexiest woman on a list of "100 Sexiest Women" compiled by FHM Magazine. With a title like that, she probably intimidates a lot of people and her star is just beginning to rise. So, what happens when you do something to unintentionally hurt or offend a person like Scarlett Johansson? Well, if you're her costar in the Woody Allen movie Match Point, you send her flowers.
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116.   You Don't Have To Be Harry Potter To Send A Magical Gift Of Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Sometimes life is so busy that it seems almost impossible to keep up on the special events in the lives of our loved ones and to ensure they always receive a beautiful and personal gift. But, if you enlist some help from your local florist, no matter how complicated life gets, you can be sure that you'll always have the perfect gift for every occasion.
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117.   Congratulate Your American Idol With Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Has someone in your life recently achieved something that made them as happy and proud as if they'd won American Idol? You can express your own happiness and pride for their success by sending a gift of flowers.
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118.   Pitch A No-Hitter With Baseball-Themed Flower Gifts by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Want to send a gift to the baseball fan in your life that's sure to knock one out of the park? Send flowers with a baseball theme! Everyone loves flowers and when you personalize them to include the recipient's favorite hobbies, like baseball, they're sure to make an even greater impression.
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119.   Choosing June Roses by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Roses alone and with other flowers stand out because of their beauty, their long history and, of course, their symbolism. You don't need to be wealthy or famous to receive them, nor do you need to have a celebrity's paycheck to give them. You don't even need a birthday celebration or other special occasion in order to give roses. All you need is the desire to show someone that you were thinking about them and that you care.
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120.   Celebrities And Their Favorite Flower Finds by Wesley Berry, AAF
    While we all have our own choices of favorite flowers, the top picks for the latest flower trends and bouquets take more than a trip to the local florist.
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121.   Cat Breeders: How to Use the Internet to Grow Your Breeder Business by CS Swarens
    The pet breeding industry is thriving today and it's one of the fastest growing domestic markets. Each year, for the past five years, the number of pet breeders has increased by at least 20 percent. This may seem like a positive development; however, this market growth also means a rapid increase in competition.
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122.   Angelina Jolie And The Rose Experience A Baby Boom by Wesley Berry, AAF
    In just the last few years the world has watched actress Angelina Jolie go through a baby boom with the adoption of her children Maddox and Zahara and the birth of baby Shiloh. Jolie's motherhood garnered worldwide attention, but not all baby booms draw stares; some go utterly unnoticed. Take, for example, the baby boom that occurred in the rose world during the 1990s.
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123.   Arnold Schwarzenegger Receives Britney Spears' Birth Flower by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The month of December is many things-it's the last month of the year, it's the birth month of many stars, including Britney Spears, and it's the month of the poinsettia flower.
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124.   Aishwarya Rai And The Lotus Flower: Symbols Of India by Wesley Berry, AAF
    The lotus flower has been given a sacred place in Indian culture. It plays a huge role in the art and mythology there and has done so for centuries.
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125.   A Fall Wedding For Jennifer Anniston And Vince Vaughn? by Wesley Berry, AAF
    After more than a year of neither publicly affirming nor denying their romantic relationship, Jennifer Anniston and Vince Vaughn are finally engaged.
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126.   Holiday Gifts for Backyard Bird Watchers by Michael Rasco
    The holiday season is upon us, and we begin the sometimes maddening task of finding gifts for our friends and loved ones. This article examines a few popular birding items, including wild bird feeders and birdhouses, and explores why they make great holiday gifts.
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127.   The Global Species Extinction Emergency by Larry Mondello
    Humanity is currently causing the irreversible destruction of an alarming amount of species. The true story of a typical murder back in the '60's reminds me of how most of the world's population is ignoring the mass global species extinction going on today.
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128.   Palm Trees Suitable For Containers Used Outside And Inside Your Home Or Office by Patrick Malcolm
    If there is ever anything you want to know about Palm trees, then read this article as we look at the various Palm trees available.
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129.   The Modern Soft Yellow Banana Evolved From The Cooking Banana As The Number One Fruit In The World by Patrick Malcolm
    The early Spanish explorers introduced banana plants into America from Spain as a hardcore, large cooking banana, known as a Plantain banana. The amazing yellow fresh eating banana, that we know today sold by supermarkets, resulted from a mutation from the hardcore tissues of the parent plantain banana plant, that was then growing in Jamaica.
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130.   The Public Fountains of Italy by Elizabeth Jean
    To really understand the significance of public fountains to Italians, you have to look back to ancient Roman times. The Romans were great engineers and artisans, and the network of eleven aqueducts they created to supply the people of Rome and other major cities with water was probably unparalleled anywhere in the world at that time.
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131.   Whiskers by Joyce C. Lock
    When growing up, I recall discussions about how it is impossible for animals to go to heaven; being that they don't have a spirit. How could they have one, being that they do not talk and, thus, can not understand or communicate with God? Or, at least, that was the winning argument.
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132.   Is It Earth Day Or Is It Birthday? by Sally Goldberg, Ph.D.
    In our world of disposable products, what can we do to teach our children not to be so wasteful? As with the solution to any problem, the first step is awareness. Then comes modeling an environmentally friendly way of life.
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133.   Famous Waterfalls of the World by Elizabeth Jean
    About 70% of the Earth's surface is permanently covered in water. Water shapes our coastlines and carves channels through countries and landscapes. Inevitably, water sometimes runs across a sudden drop in the level of the land, and a waterfall is born.
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134.   A Bad Bear Place To Be by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
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135.   THE TRUTH OF BEARS - Being stalked by a bear by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
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136.   Smith's Bear Story by Jane Baker
    Some animal behaviourists that study bears declare that there is no such thing as a bear that stalks humans. Others insist that based on forensic evidence, there is indeed such an animal, whether humans have inadvertently created it, the behaviour is taught to her cubs by a sow, or it's simply born an opportunist. To help you decide, this story describes a prime example of a predator bear, the most dangerous of all.
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137.   Predator Bears - Avoidance and survival of attack by the third of the three types of bear by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
    Distributed: 2007-03-22 10:00:00 | Word Count: 962 | Page Views: 3985 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 1.70
138.   Rogue Bears - Avoidance And Survival Of Attack By The Second Of The Three Types Of Bear by Jane Baker
    This is about a remote area in west central British Columbia, Canada called the West Chilcotin. Since we have a high density of both black and grizzly bear, this series of articles is intended to help give you an idea of what you are dealing with when vacationing in our area.
    Distributed: 2007-03-21 10:36:00 | Word Count: 945 | Page Views: 4516 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 3.09
139.   The History Of Almond Tree, Prunus Dulcis by Patrick Malcolm
    The ancient travelers and traders, who circulated back and forth over the Silk Road route between Greece and Turkey, used almonds in their commercial trading, in exchange for other expensive and desirable goods.
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140.   The History And Evolution Of Banana Hybrids by Patrick Malcolm
    Bananas are the world's favorite fruit and many nations depend on banana trees to supply its citizens with this delicious food product to save them from famines. Bananas are available on markets year round and are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, containing only small hollow seed that are infertile. Ornamental bananas, 'Musa ensete' and 'Musa nana' are inedible but in high demand for landscaping.
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141.   Guided Bear Tours: Quest for Grizzlies by Travel Alberta
    Sitting on a patch of grass beside Dr. Mike Gibeau, one of Canada's pre-eminent carnivore specialists, I was swept by his excitement. Scanning with my binoculars, I sighted the first grizzly bear I had ever seen in the wild.
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142.   History Of Peach Trees, Prunus Persica by Patrick Malcolm
    Peach trees, Prunus persica, are originally believed to have come from China to the Mideast through the trade routes known to extend to Turkey and Iran (Persia). The peach seeds could be used to plant and grow trees throughout North Africa and Europe and finally were introduced to America in the mid 1500's. The first appearance of peaches in China may date back to 2000 BC.
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143.   What's in the Name Tahitian Pearls by Yvonne Mal
    With the exception of Poe Konini, Poe Rava and Titian, the Cook Islands Black Pearls, Black-lipped Pearls, Black Pearls, Black South Sea Pearls, Black Tahitian Pearls, Grey Pearls, Tahitian Black Pearls, Tahitian Cultured Pearls and Tahitian Pearls are all common names used interchangeably when referring to pearls cultured in the black-lipped pearl oyster (pinctada margaritifera) or Te Ufi.
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144.   From a Duffer's Delight to Pro's Paradise: Golf Discoveries, Summer Through Autumn by Travel Alberta
    When it comes to golf courses that tempt, you'd have to look long and hard to discover more unique challenges than those you'll find at Alberta golf courses. Golfers can swing through Alberta's diverse regions and golf in northern boreal forests, through the Canadian Rocky Mountains, amidst hoodoos and dinosaur beds, alongside lakes, streams and rivers. Your spectators can include deer, elk and moose. Now, that's a gallery. And during the summer months, the daylight seems to go on forever, which means the vacation golfer can test his skills for up to 18 hours a day.
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145.   Blue Pearls of the New Zealand Paua by Yvonne Mal
    The Blackfoot Paua (Abalone: haliotis iris), one of eight mollusk variety found around the Pacific Rim, is indigenous to New Zealand coastal waters. Read on to learn more about pearls.
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146.   History Of Blueberry Plants by Patrick Malcolm
    Very few historical records exist on ancient blueberry culture in the Greek and Roman empires. Those cultures did use parts of the blueberry plants and fruit to eat or to treat ailments.
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147.   History Of The Filbert (Hazelnut) by Patrick Malcolm
    The modern name for filberts has evolved from European folklore. The original name was connected with Saint Philbert's Day (Saint Filbert), the day that harvesting the nuts began, August 22nd, the day of observing the Saint's day of celebration.
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148.   'Shackles' by Gary Kurz
    Tribute to the Coast Guard 'Station Dog'...
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149.   Discover a High In the Sky Holiday by Travel Alberta
    The first time I saw the Northern Lights, I was leaning over the steering wheel of a dusky purple 1977 Chevy Nova on a northern highway near midnight, trying to roll down the driver's side window to get a better fix on it during my holiday, even as my passenger was shouting to be heard over the ghostly radio voices fading in and out. Within seconds it multiplied and changed colors, soaring over us like an exploding rainbow. Nature's primal postcard, my holiday highlight delivered free.
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150.   Alberta's National Parks: Discover Wildlife, Hikes and Mystic Views by Travel Alberta
    Like Banff and Jasper, these three national parks -- Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Wood Buffalo and Elk Island -- offer remarkable outdoor adventures, camping and lodging, along with fascinating history. You'll find these vast parks provide easy access to wildlife in areas that are unhurried, and in some cases, unheralded. These are the areas wilderness lovers seek.
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151.   Find the Inside Track: Canadian Rocky Mountain Wildlife by Travel Alberta
    To get the inside track on wildlife viewing in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, which include the famous national parks of Banff and Jasper, all you'll need is an inquisitive mind. To start, let's get a quick lay of the land and consider the animals that populate certain areas, and then zoom in on particular trips from spring through fall that would suit an adventurer like you.
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152.   Evergreen Shrubs And Hedges Are Important, Cold Hardy Landscape Specimen Plants by Patrick Malcolm
    Next to the landscape importance of trees is that of shrubs that grow in our gardens, parks, landscape foundation, street borders, and commercial landscapes. Thousands of different varieties of shrubs are grown to ornament lawns, yards, and borders, but only a few varieties are available to buy at your local nursery for planting, and growing.
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153.   Alberta Hiking: The Bear Necessities Revealed by Travel Alberta
    That's what I learned when I traveled with ex-bear-hunting guide, Shane Hansen, now a tourism operator/guide and co-owner of Iron River Ranch. Having guided for bears in Alberta's Lakeland region for years, Hansen knows exactly when and where in the spring that the various species of fish will be spawning. And that's where I am. Lurking. Safely. Learning the mysteries, myths and magic behind these enigmatic creatures.
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154.   History Of Plum Trees And Their Hybrids by Patrick Malcolm
    The documentation of ancient plums growing in antiquity is sparse. The best evidence of that oldest existence is best documented through America's most famous pomologist, Luther Burbank, who reported in his twelve volume botanical literary classic, Small Fruits, Volume IV page 136, that the European plum, Prunus domestica, and its ancestor fruit originated in the Caucasus Mountains near the Caspian Sea.
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155.   Backcountry Bliss in the Canadian Rockies by Travel Alberta
    The idea of an Alberta hike as a family began last spring when my husband and I decided we desperately needed a challenge: Something that would recharge our sluggish lives, reunite us a family and test each individual's staying power.
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156.   Putting Your Pet out to Pasture by Gary Kurz
    Understanding why your pet eats grass.
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157.   Making the Big Decision - Euthanasia by Gary Kurz
    Help for those feeling guilty about putting a pet to sleep.
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158.   The Souls of Animals by Gary Kurz
    Discussion of Bible evidence on whether animals have souls or not.
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159.   Ancient Fig Trees Through History by Patrick Malcolm
    The fig tree, 'Ficus carica,' possibly originated in Northern Asia according to archeological fossil records. Spanish missionaries brought it to the United States in 1520. Historical Sumerian tablets record the use and consumption of figs in 2500 BC.
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160.   Modern Fruit Trees Evolved From Ancient Historical Roots by Patrick Malcolm
    The rise and fall of ancient empires has developed parallel also to the establishment and destruction of advanced fruit tree orchards. Ancient fruit trees such as olive tree orchards increased the wealth and health of nations by feeding the populations, providing nutritious olive oil to light lamps in ancient houses at night, as food and a cooking medium, and for the purpose of anointing Kings and Queens.
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161.   Ancient Explorers Discovered Unique Native Nut Trees Growing In America by Patrick Malcolm
    History of American nut trees.
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162.   Planting Herbs in the Fall by Ted Roberson
    For gardeners who have tried and possibly failed at planting herbs in the spring or summer, you may have already figured out that planting herbs in the fall is usually best for many herbs.
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163.   Cold Hardy Palm Trees for Northern Garden Planting by Patrick Malcolm
    Information about one of the very few palm trees that will grow in northern states, including New York!
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164.   Bonsai In Your Backyard - Getting Started The Easy Way by Erik A. Olsen
    Bonsai is literally the art form of training a plant or tree from its original size down to miniature form. The bonsai is then grown in a pot or container and through years of training, sculpted into various styles, depending on the type of tree and personal preference. If you are just getting started with an interest in bonsai, we want to start by recommending you take care when buying your first plants. One of the most important steps in getting started with bonsai is choosing the right plant or tree.
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165.   Ornamental Grasses for Fall Landscapes by Ted Roberson
    Ornamental Grasses are becoming extremely popular in low maintenance landscapes as a way to add beauty and color without a great deal of hard work in the garden. Another great way to implement ornamental grasses is for fall landscapes.
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166.   History of Introduced Fruits into America - Native American Fruit Trees and Hybrid Fruit Tree Improvements by Patrick Malcolm
    A history of fruits introduced into America, as well as others.
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167.   Tissue Culture Applications To Improve Crops of Strawberries, Raspberries, and Blackberries by Patrick Malcolm
    Why berry plants "run out" and what is being done about it.
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168.   Canna Lily Sales Face a Chaotic Future by Patrick Malcolm
    Many agricultural plants that are reproduced by vegetative division face a mysterious problem that results in a decline in the clone vigor, and most farmers and nurserymen claim that the plant crop has "run out." A number of factors adversely affect the plant clone to the point that it becomes unproductive and uneconomical to continue growing.
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169.   Choosing Easy-Care Shrubs by Ted Roberson
    Shrubs tend to be the centerpiece of most people's front yard gardening. I think that's because shrubs are easy, but they're also expected. Homes without a row of shrubs lining the front look kind of naked and unloved. But it can be difficult choosing the right shrubs for your yard.
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170.   History of the Cherry Tree by Patrick Malcolm
    A history of fruiting and flowering cherry trees.
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171.   Traveling With Fido and Fluffy by Dianna Sanchez
    Summertime means vacation for most of us - from travel abroad to scenic road trips. It can be hard to leave your pet at home during all these adventures. Pets are a part of our family, so we miss them during long stays away. But you can travel with your pet. Read the following tips on ways you can prepare a safe and low-stress vacation.
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172.   History of Walnuts by Patrick Malcolm
    Ever wanted to know the history of the good old Walnut? Learn of its history and other facts in this article.
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173.   Growing Herb Plants in Containers by Ted Roberson
    I love herb plants. I have grown thyme, basil, marjoram, sage, mint, parsley, cilantro, chives, rosemary, oregano and more. My rosemary plant has now made it through two winters and it looks like a small shrub.
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174.   History of Wildlife Food: Nuts, Berries, Fruits, and Acorns by Patrick Malcolm
    For over 100 years hunting plantations have been planting fruit trees for wildlife food and shelter. Like the old English hunting plantations, today's hunters are realizing that big deer, strong bucks and graceful does, hardy turkey, fat quail, and dove come from supplementing what would otherwise experience a very mediocre diet by planting and growing berry plants, nut trees, fruit trees and acorns from oak trees, or muscadines from grapevines.
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175.   History of the Pecan by Patrick Malcolm
    Pecan trees, "Carya illinoinensis," grow in natural groves in bottom lands near rivers or lakes with nearby periodic overflowing water. Archeological remains and fossil evidence reveals that pecans were collected and stored by Indians, the original settlers and inhabitants of America, and the group now known as the "mound builders."
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176.   Explore the Island Pleasures Tucked in the Caribbean by Clinton Douglas IV
    The Cayman Islands, nestled in the temperate and scenic Caribbean, are a paradise retreat for celebrities and vacation travelers across the world. Three English-speaking islands, Grand Cayman and its sister islands, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, are small communities just an hour south of Miami secluded in the pristine Caribbean Sea.
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177.   Your Best Friend Bites by Johnny A. Jenkins
    Each year, nearly 4.7 million Americans are bitten by dogs. As many as 800,000 people, require medical attention for dog bites annually, and about a dozen people die each year from dog bite injuries. The good news is that most bites can be prevented.
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178.   Get Your Party Shaking Like Shakira's Hips With Flowers by Wesley Berry, AAF
    Shakira's hips won't be the only thing shaking this summer-with flowers your backyard parties can really shake, too! Flowers are the ultimate party decoration and accessory because they are so versatile. They can be used to decorate, as prizes, as party favors, and even as fashion accessories.
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179.   The Importance Of Conservation Volunteers In Latin America by Stephen Knight
    There is little doubt that nature conservation and wildlife protection are growing areas of activity in Latin America. However, conservation efforts still face difficult social, economic, and environmental challenges.
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180.   Nitrile Gloves Provide Superior Protection Against Avian Flu by Irene Perez
    Growing concerns over avian influenza, commonly known as bird flu, are causing individuals to give greater consideration to the importance of wearing hand protection.
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181.   Is Your Pet Getting Enough Nutrients? by A. M. Wilmot
    In recent years, we as a nation have become more preoccupied with nutrition issues than ever before, so you would think that we should naturally have equal concern for our dogs and cats ... especially since we generally consider them to be a part of the family.
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182.   What type of Dog Food is best for your Pet? by A. M. Wilmot
    The first problem that new pet owners face is generally the issue of food. What should we buy and what should we stay away from? Introducing a young dog to the world of food should be a very delicate process. Owners should carefully monitor how much food is given to the new pet versus how much they are eating. We should be stringent about how quickly we increase the amount of food because we always run the risk of overfeeding.
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