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Miniature roses are definitely real roses; they've just been cultivated to stay much smaller than their full size counterparts.

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Youre in the produce department of your grocery store. Its almost as if youre looking at everything through a sheer curtain or veil.

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There's no doubt bushwalking has become very popular. Some people believe it's because more and more of us are leading more sedentary lifestyles, such as spending more time in front of the computer, or the TV set.

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A piece of green at your backyardsounds great but it takes massive efforts to create one. But once you are successful in laying a pallet of color that greets you every morning as you open the window, all your efforts are justly rewarded.

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Online florists claim to be the best in the business, however can they all be trusted?

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Houseplant Fundamentals

By Charles Hopkins | Published 07/6/2006 | Gardening |

Houseplants add a refreshing charm to interior décor. In the dead of winter when there is not much greenery around, they remind us that spring will come again. Even in the warmer months they will make a welcome splash of color throughout the house.

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Rex Begonias make hardy and showy houseplants, needing little but a light, warm room. Some have gorgeous flowers, but those grown mainly for their leaves make the best indoor plants. They succeed in a poorly lit area that others wont tolerate.

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Living in an arid or semi-arid region that habitually receives scarce rainfall does not mean that you are automatically destined to a dry dusty garden.

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