It's relatively easy to grow
, and can be harvested right throughout the growing season.
lights are the result of two years of factory and field tests, tests that emphasized producing large healthy plants and maximum yields.
Those wanting to grow
vegetables come from all ages and walks of life - what they have in common is a shared enthusiasm and a willingness to learn from and help each other.
Georgia Cunningham, 10: "In Year Two we planted flower bulbs outside our teaching area, we watched them grow
Besides hunting for exquisite snowflakes at locations around the world, Libbrecht grows
snowflake crystals under controlled conditions in his laboratory at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.
Organize a block party in which everyone in your neighborhood picks a different fruit to grow
, and turn your block into an urban oasis!
Canada yew grows
naturally throughout Northern Ontario and its range stretches from Newfoundland to the Manitoba border.
If you've ever admired those lovely blooming orchids in the nursery but heard they were fussy and difficult to grow
, then Liz Johnson's EASY ORCHIDS; THE FAIL-SAFE GUIDE TO GROWING ORCHIDS INDOORS is for you.
The tree's shape can range from broad to columnar; usually 50 to 80 feet tall, the trees can grow
to 100 feet and from 30 to 40 feet wide.
Grow Grow Grow
is Jaenet Guggenheim's impressively paper collage illustrated presentation of an original poem by Barbara Riley.
All-one-length hair stays healthier and that means you can grow
it without having as many trims from here on out.
Attempt to grow
it, and John Ashcroft's drug troopers will storm your property, bulldoze your crop, and haul you off to the federal slammer.
Bag-in-box packaging uses nearly 200 million lb and will grow
6% annually due to benefits in waste reduction, lower transportation costs, and reduced container storage space.
The study compared the growth strategies of companies that had double-digit increases in revenues and gross profits to the strategies of companies that didn't grow
as fast, and found that more often than not it wasn't the daring designers of high-risk strategies--the grand acquisitioner, the bold innovator or the breakthrough business modeler--who ran the fastest-growing companies.
Stuart Freilich of Universal Metal Corp., Worcester, Mass., reported that orders in the aerospace market had been higher than anticipated and sales were expected to grow
by as much as $10 billion during 2004.