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How to Grow Bougainvilleas By Veronica Sykes
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Bougainvillea tree, the very name reminds you of the fuchsia flowers delicately hanging from the boughs of a thorny creeper. Whether the fragile beauty of the pink bougainvillea flowers or the white... More > patina of the bougainvillea blooms, it is the very delicate sheen of the plant, which diffuses the magic of dream and joy amidst its color and beauty.... Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Gardens Are For Children By Kristi Caggiano, Miracle Haven Garden
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Photojournal, Tips and Ideas from a Delightful Arizona Garden. This photo book is loaded with charming images & creative ideas for designing a lovely garden children and adults will enjoy... More > together. Includes simple How-To Instructions for creating a whimsical rock border, photos from a Ladybug Garden Party, recipes for a Banana Bread Castle and Arizona Garden Soil plus unique quick-tips for growing wisteria, ferns and bougainvillea in the warm Arizona climate. The author, Kristi Caggiano has over 14 years experience gardening in Arizona and owns Miracle Haven, Shops in the Garden - a Cafe, Bakery & Gift Shop in downtown Glendale, Arizona. NOTE: The preview will take approx. 15 minutes to upload due to the high quantity of images. Thank you for your patience with lulu and enjoy!< Less
Endevour Journal of Sir Joseph Bank By Sir Joseph Bank
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Endevour Journal of Sir Joseph Bank Banks was promptly appointed to a joint Royal Navy/Royal Society scientific expedition to the south Pacific Ocean on HM Bark Endeavour, 1768–1771. This was... More > the first of James Cook's voyages of discovery in that region. This voyage went to Brazil, where Banks made the first scientific description of a now common garden plant, bougainvillea (named after Cook's French counterpart, Louis Antoine de Bougainville), and to other parts of South America. The voyage then progressed to Tahiti (where the transit of Venus was observed, the overt purpose of the mission), to New Zealand and to the east coast of Australia, where Cook mapped the coastline and made landfall at Botany Bay and at Endeavour River (near modern Cooktown) in Queensland, where they spent almost seven weeks ashore while the ship was repaired after becoming holed on the Great Barrier Reef.< Less