Wedding Dresses – 5 Hot New Wedding Dress Designers You Need to Know

In the world of wedding fashion, your name is your trademark. From couture one-of-a-kind dresses to breezy ready-to-wear styles, these five up-and-coming designers represent the next class of high-style designer names to remember. Move over Ms. Wang… The Island Fashionista – Tamara Catz Peering from the panoramic window of her ocean-side studio on the island

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Some Tangy Facts About Oranges

One of the most popular of all citrus fruits, oranges attract maximum fan following on account of their juicy, tangy and pulpy taste. This citrus fruit is not only a great source of Vitamin C but is also a healthy reenergizing drink. Research suggests that more than 70% of the US population consume orange juice.

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Suffering From Brown Lawn Syndrome?

Brown lawns can be embarrassing. You want a lawn that is green and healthy looking. Whether you are having company or just relaxing outside with your family, you want a healthy green lawn to enjoy. This really is not that much to ask. The good news is that it is easy to achieve the beautiful

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A Short History of Roof Gardens

Wherever it might be roof top gardeners are a breed apart. With space at a premium I’ve seen meadows growing in eaves and roses trailing into the sky. In the most exposed spaces I’ve seen mature trees thriving and come across orchards and allotments in sheltered city gardens. Its never easy growing up in the

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10 Ideas for Green Community Projects

Are you looking for a way to get your office or community group involved in “greening up” your city? There are plenty of great ways for small groups of people to make a difference, all it takes is a few hours of your time, a commitment to the environment, and a few warm bodies to

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Encouraging Bees Into Your Garden

Bees are crucial for not just our gardens, but for our entire eco system too. This is because we rely on them to pollinate our plants, crops, fruits, vegetables and for us then to harvest and use as food. Without bees, our world would be very different. They are the number one pollinator and this

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Drought Tolerant Hostas in North Texas?

Who better to discuss a question about drought tolerance of hostas than a Texan in 2011. There are those who think of cactus, desert, and horses tied to hitching posts when the subject of Texas lore and the wild – wild west comes up! While these things can certainly be found in the vast expanse

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Natural Lawn Care – Get Your Lawn Off Drugs

Your Soil Similar to Greening Your Garden, the basics of lawn care starts with your soil. If you haven’t had a soil sample taken in the past 5 years, this is where you need to start. Many local Garden Centers carry soil kits. The do-it-yourself kits will provide you with a bare minimum of information.

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