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o a água reflete nossos sentimentos A água tem uma mensagem muito importante para nós. A água está nos dizendo para olharmos muito mais profundamente os nossos egos. Quando nós olhamos nossos egos através do espelho da água, a mensagem torna-se surpreendente, límpida, inteligível. Nós sabemos que a vida humana está conectada diretamente à qualidade de nossa água, dentro e em torno de nós. As fotografias e as informações neste artigo refletem o trabalho de Masaru Emoto, um criativo e o visionário pesquisador japonês.
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American Community Gardening Association There are many ways to start a community garden. Whether you're working with friends, neighbors, or a local organization, there are many things you'll want to consider before you ever dig the first hole. This fact sheet is designed to give many different groups the basic information they need to get their gardening project off the ground. These lists are in no way meant to be complete.
Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 Introduction This cultivar of the native North American evergreen tree with its large, beautiful, saucer-shaped, fragrant flowers was selected for its dense, uniform growth habit and beautiful brown-backed leaves. ENH-531/ST372: Magnolia grandiflora'Bracken's Brown Beauty': 'Bracken's Brown Beauty' Southern Magnolia
Landscaping | Walter Reeves: The Georgia Gardener Poison Ivy Oil – How Long is it Potent? Copied from http://mailman.cloudnet.com/pipermail/compost/2000-April/006688.html A couple of weeks ago, Sharon Barnes asked a question on this listserv about the fate of poison ivy during composting. I found the question intriquing so I decided to use it for the BioCycle Q&A column.... Loblolly Pine – Origin of the Name