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Got Attic Mold? Lets Talk Energy Conservation!
It happens to countless homeowners around the end of the year Ė you make the annual visit to your attic to collect the holiday decorations and what do you find? Spots and blotches covering the bottom of the roof sheathing. Worse yet Ė it turns...
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Cultivating Plants in your Garden...what to watch out for.

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There are so many plants available for you to choose from that itís hard to know where to start. Are you looking for house plants, tropical plants or some beautiful garden plants? Green plants are not only beautiful to look at they also provide a much needed source of fresh oxygen for our breathing. Nature has a way of providing a balance for everything.

Different plants grow in different ways. Some plants, send out long underground stems that produce new plants, often at considerable distances from the original plant. These plants can form enormous colonies of new plants within just a couple of years. The leaves of some plants produce buds at their edges, which then develop into miniature plants that fall off and take root. Specialists in the fields of agriculture and horticulture take advantage of the regenerative ability of plants to produce new varieties of plants.

Indoor plants allow you to cultivate, enjoy and fuss over their growth and development with worrying about the vagaries of the weather. Indoor plants are also a way to start new growths and give them a better chance of survival. A rewarding and tasty plant to grow are strawberry plants. These can be easily cultivated and expanded so that every summer you can enjoy your own fresh strawberries right out of your own garden.

Unfortunately many plants have natural enemies that attach themselves to the plant. These can be aphids, moss and fungus. Itís vital to keep on top of these enemies to your plant.

Take your time and give some thought to what type of plants your looking for and Iím sure youíll be pleased as you see your plant grow and develop.

Mike Yeager


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http://www.a1-flowers-4u.com/


mjy610@hotmail.com

 

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