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Dilip's Rose Page
... garden and in the first season several of the roses have grown taller than I! From late February through mid-May 2000, ... for perfection of the rose. You must exhibit only your own privately grown roses. Typically, a neutral vase is provided such as a ... mass), Oriental, or modern (just about anything goes!). The roses must be privately grown, but not necessarily by the arranger; I grow far fewer ...
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Dilip's May 2001 Raleigh Rose Show Page
... may end up using Big Purple in the traditional arrangement. The rules allow for any privately grown rose, so I may use somebody else's roses for one or both of the ...
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... and excellently coloured diagrams. How to Grow Fuchsias - A practical guide Ken Pilkington(1999) Published privately by the author at 33 Beckdean Avenue, Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire FY6 8BG, UK This ... plants are grown on to maturity in a single pot. The author claims many advantages for this method Growing and Showing Fuchsia Triphylla Hybrids Paul G Heavens(1994) Published privately by the ...
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The Grass Roots
... quota), is to do a "regeneration harvest"... I.E., a clearcut, re-planted with nursery grown seedlings wearing protective anti-grazing plastic bud-caps (pesky deer and elk), followed by ... of responsible, sustainable forestry in the Northwest. Collins Pine, a Portland-based timber company, manages privately held forestlands of about 100,000 acres. They do single-tree select cutting of approximately ...
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Criteria to Qualify for an Official
... an Official All-America Selections Display Garden An AAS Display Garden is a public or privately funded garden open to the public that grows AAS Winner plants (from seed) in an ... garden to receive an application to become an AAS Display Garden: The location must have grown and displayed annuals for at least two years. AAS Award Winners are incorporated into an ...
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AAS Rotary Gardens 2006
... Gardens 2006 ROTARY GARDENS 2006 HISTORICAL ALL-AMERICA SELECTIONS GARDEN Rotary Gardens, a privately funded non-profit botanical garden located in Janesville, Wisconsin, is a 20-acre ... were composted with mushroom compost in the spring and rototilled in preparation for plants grown by local nurseries. Dedicated staff and volunteers planted and maintained the exceptionally photographic garden ...
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R. chapmanii
... groups and even individual isolated plants, all widely scattered through the area. This land is privately owned and used for tree farming, as is much of the land in the Florida ... particular about its native habitat survives these seemingly hostile activities of man and is easily grown in non-sandy soil much further north than its native Florida. The species is available ...
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Azalea Society of America
... C. Galle's Azaleas, the first Southern Indian type azaleas to be grown outdoors in the southern U.S. were planted by Rev. John G ... Nurseries, Inc., the largest nursery in South Carolina. This nursery is privately owned and operated by a small employee group. The nursery totals ... and J. Guy of Carolina Nurseries will speak on the azalea hybrids grown at the nursery. After lunch we will be on our way to ...
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The Insanity of CITES as Applied to Plants, a Theoretical Case Study - Editorial
... been living quietly and privately in the jungles of India since who knows when. This plant had sprouted and grown from a seed, ... ) came about, some were shipped to other countries, some were grown on and artificially propagated (in a manner defined later as ... "wild-collected," while others were smuggled out. Some of the grown on and artificially propagated plants were shipped out legally as " ...
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Review -- Bananas: An American History
... that bananas were cultivated in California, saying "there is no other evidence that they were grown in California in 1890" (p. 104). But E.J. Wickson’s 1889 first edition of ... greatest interest to CRFG readers is The Complete Book of Bananas, by William O. Lessard (privately published, 1992). Bananas, 3rd ed., by R.H. Stover and N.W. Simmonds (Longmans, 1987 ...
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