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2011 Papercrete DVDs - Papercrete Workshops - Papercrete Research Welcome to Appropedia The Occidental Arts and Ecology Center (OAEC) | Occidental Arts and Ecology Center Soil and Health Library Shade Gardening: Purple Oxalis -- Oxalis regnellii 'Atropurpurea' Purple Oxalis -- Oxalis regnellii 'Atropurpurea' Going by whatever name you know it as, this is truly a wonderful plant. The Oxalis Genius has over 800 recognized species throughout the world. So considering the length of this article and TIME I will only talk about one, the Purple Leaf Oxalis. This particular species is native in Argentina, Bolivia, and Paraguay. I have admired this plant for a long time. My Mother had given a friend of hers a couple of these plants two years ago. The root or rhizome is an interesting thing in itself. The book on this plant is part-shade (at least protection from the hot afternoon sun), rich moist sandy soil, zone 7-11, height 6"-10" spreading to 12" spacing 9"-12". It's TOUGH, PERSISTENT, and RESILIENT.

RadNet Map Interface EPA's nationwide radiation monitoring system, RadNet, consists of two components. First, stationary and deployable air monitors measure radiation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The map below provides monitoring results as graphs that are updated several times daily. You can also search the RadNet database in EPA's Central Data Exchange (CDX) to find monitoring data. More Info Routine and Emergency Schedules The interactive map below provides access to monitoring data. Hints for navigating around the map Zoom: use the + and - icons at the top left, double-click, or roll your mouse wheel Move around the map: hold down the left mouse button and move the mouse Stationary Monitoring Locations Birmingham Dothan Laboratory: Drinking Water Data available in Envirofacts Montgomery Muscle Shoals Laboratory: Drinking Water Data available in Envirofacts Scottsboro List of States Alaska Anchorage Fairbanks Juneau Phoenix Tucson Yuma Fort Smith Near-Real-Time: Stationary Air Monitor Little Rock Anaheim Bakersfield Eureka

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