well, for some reason, the bottom of the right column (below the “powered by” tag) wants to shift to the left. That looks awful, and I don’t know why it’s doing it. So I have commented it out.
I’m not really sure why I picked this one —
The Invisible Computer — up: I agree with the premise from what I see on the book jacket.
Roses are not difficult to grow from seed, if you do it right.
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First, be aware that each rose seedling is a new, never-before-seen variety.
Well, after reading
The Botany of Desire: A Plant’s-Eye View… and doing a little research in rose hips as seeds, I decided to see what kind of strange variants I could get from my rose bushes. I am fortunate in having three good sized hips (the size of a cherry) from three different roses. None of the plants are identified, though my garden mentor — my father — suspects one is a Queen Elizabeth. That’s the one I just worked on. It occurs to me now I should have used the digital camera, and I will on the next one I do (I have found no pictures of the process).
I simply followed the instructions on the page linked to above. We’ll see what happens, come the new year.
“If you buy 50-cent dollars, over time, the good news should take care of itself,” he said.