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The Foolproof Way to Grow Marijuana Indoors : The Organic Medical Cannabis Growing Guide By Dain Kohler
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There are a lot of books out there on how to grow cannabis, but this book may very well be the best book for someone who wants to grow cannabis indoors for the first time. The vast majority of... More > cannabis growing books either assume you already know how to grow plants, include a lot of information that isn’t helpful for someone growing less than a couple dozen plants, or do not organize their information in a way that is easy to work with – or all of the above! This book tells you everything you need to know in order to grow cannabis very well. The information is presented in a clear, concise, logical way. Although this book promotes a completely organic approach to growing vibrantly healthy plants, a great deal of the information presented herein would undoubtedly be of great help even to those who use some non-organic products in their soil-based system or grow their plants hydroponically. Let's get growing!< Less
Window Gardening a Practical Introduction - How to Grow Flowers of All Seasons On Your House or Apartment's Windowsills By Tiffany Grant
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This guide book vividly introduces the budding gardener to the joyous hobby of window box gardening. Window Box Gardening - A Practical Introduction is intended for those living in cities without... More > much - or any - gardening space. This well-written, passionate guide introduces the plants of winter, spring and summer perfect for your first forays into window gardening. In this way, aspiring horticulturalists can assemble a full, cohesive itinerary to keep their planters and plant pots blooming through the year. Finally, the book examines the practice of constructing sea gardens in aquariums. Citing the availability of both DIY aquarium kits as well as commercial models, the author draws a parallel between the tranquil home for fish and the splendid display of colour bursting from a finely tended window garden. Written by longtime gardening enthusiast Tiffany Grant, this book brings the personal experience of the author living in a first floor apartment to the page.< Less
Medicinal Herbs By Kaylee Evans
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Medicinal Herbs - For Beginners! - 11 Amazing And Most Powerful Medical Plants You Can Grow In Your Garden! (FREE BONUS INCLUDED) Medicinal herb gardens are a great way to save yourself a little... More > money while also giving yourself a nice, beautiful addition to your backyard or sunroom. You can find great ways to plant your herbs without causing yourself too much headache or stress. These herbs can give you and your family a great and healthy solution to running to the drug store every time someone has a bump, headache, sunburn or scratch. You will have extra tools and resources that you never really though possible with these eleven medicinal herbs that are not only easy to grow, but also easy to maintain. They can grow outside; they can grow inside. They can grow in garden boxes; they can grow in pots. These herbs are versatile, simple and will make your life so much better.< Less
Brad's Complete Gardening Guide By Brad Rose
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Save all flats and flower pots that come with your plants. First, you can always use these to start your seeds next season (be sure to wash the flats to rid them of any disease.) Second, it may look... More > funny at first, but if you cut out the bottom of plastic pots and place them over younger transplants it will protect them from rabbits. Additionally, placing pots around ornamental grasses is a great way to contain the younger, lower grass strands from rotting as they lay on the ground. The band created by the pot will keep the strands off the ground. Here’s a coffee tip. Humans are not the only ones to get a boost from espresso. Plants do too!< Less
Designing bonsai By C. Scott Clark
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Bonsai are miniature trees grown in pots. The aim of bonsai culture is to develop a tiny tree that has all the elements of a large tree growing in a natural setting. This look is achieved,... More > principally, by branch and root pruning and shaping, but other factors are also important. The texture of the trunk, its look of age, the moss and the under plantings in the container — all contribute to the illusion of a miniature tree as it is seen in nature. A presentable bonsai can be created in a few seasons. Cultivating these miniature potted trees is both an intriguing hobby, and a means of adapting a wide range of plants to specialized and decorative uses. Bonsai require daily watering during their growing season, and, because the plants are rooted in shallow pots, careful pruning.< Less
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Flowers have been an integral part of Indian culture and society. Floriculture may be defined as “the art and knowledge of growing flowers to perfection” or in other words,... More > “floriculture is the discipline of horticulture that includes the study of growing flowering plants”. Floriculture includes farming of flowering and ornamental plants for gardens and floristry, comprising the floral industry. Floriculture crops include house plants, flowering garden and pot plants, cut cultivated greens and cut flowers. The cultivation of these flowering plants can be done in open fields, in polyhouses or in green houses.< Less
Childrens chair plans By Andrew R Phillips
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The proto type of this chair was made for my granddaughter when she was born. A brass plaque with her birth details engraved into it, was inset into the back rest. Now its in the conservatory proudly... More > displaying a potted plant< Less
Childrens chair plans By Andrew R Phillips
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The proto type of this chair was made for my granddaughter when she was born. A brass plaque with her birth details engraved into it, was inset into the back rest. Now its in the conservatory proudly... More > displaying a potted plant< Less
Growing Bonsai Trees By Best Publications
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Bonsai (lit. tree-in-a-tray) is the art of aesthetic miniaturization of trees, or of developing woody or semi-woody plants shaped as trees, by growing them in containers. Cultivation includes... More > techniques for shaping, watering, and repotting in various styles of containers. Here's what you'll learn in this ebook: Principles of Bonsai Choosing a Style Basic Styles Formal Upright Informal Upright Slanting Cascade Semi-Cascade Plant Selection Guide Trees and Shrubs House Plants Obtaining Plants Collecting Plants from the Wild Importing Mature Plants Nursery Plants Shaping Bonsai Overall Design Pruning Nipping Containers for Bonsai Training Pots...< Less
Bonsai! By Paul Harthan
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The term bonsai literally means plant in a pot or tray planting. Bonsai however is much more than simply a plant in a pot. The goal of bonsai is to create the appearance of great size and age. This... More > is accomplished by creating a bonsai with strong roots that extend in all directions, creating a sense of stability, a large trunk which tapers as it goes upward, a clear apex, and well formed and well placed branches. These features all combine to create a careful blend of symmetry, balance and proportion. It also must be displayed in a pot which harmonizes well with the plant material. Bonsai is the art of growing trees in a confined space to simulate certain environmental conditions such as great age, extreme weathering, twisted or contorted form, landscape, or other factors. Bonsai trees are modeled on and take inspiration from nature. The idea of bonsai is to recreate some of nature's most stunning and beautiful effects on trees which are reduced in scale.< Less

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