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The Coontie Plant adds a Prehistoric Touch to your Landscape

The Coontie Plant adds a Prehistoric Touch to your Landscape

Well before Florida was "discovered" in 1513, the native Calusa and Timucuan people were using the roots of this then-abundant native plant to make flour. By the 1900s, Coontie flour was known and sol...

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Hairstreaks and Elfins Photo Gallery by Mark Brown at pbase.com

Hairstreaks and Elfins Photo Gallery by Mark Brown at pbase.com

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Florida Atala or Coontie Hairstreak - Butterfly Pavilion

Florida Atala or Coontie Hairstreak - Butterfly Pavilion

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Phacelia tanacetifolia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Phacelia tanacetifolia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The whole plant is covered with glands and rigid hairs. The leaves are deeply divided into intricate leaflets with lobes of jagged margins, which gives them a lacy appearance. It also presents interst...

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Sacred plants in Buddhism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sacred plants in Buddhism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Although the Buddha himself discouraged tree worship, practice was part of the Hindu tradition, so adoption of the tree and its leaf as devotional symbols was natural. The apple of Wood, the fruit of ...

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He came up with a Brilliant idea for these Cement blocks, but No one in his family expected that ... | Miami News

He came up with a Brilliant idea for these Cement blocks, but No one in his family expected that ... | Miami News

To take a break and smell the roses Each garden needs a place to breathe fresh, floral air ... a place to take something in the magnificent surroundings ... you can start firing the fire! T...

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