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As opposed to hemp seeds, hemp hearts have their tough outer shells removed. As hemp shells are quite crunchy, stripping the hemp seed of its hull creates a more palatable product; however, removing the nutrient and fibe... More »

The benefits of hemp include the fact that hemp seeds are high in eicosapentaenoic acid omega-3, and docosahexaenoic omega-6, and are an excellent protein source, and high in alpha linoleic acid and gamma linoleic acid. ... More »

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Hemp seeds are a significant source of alpha-linolenic acid, an omega-3 amino acid that regulates blood pressure and controls inflammation. Hemp seeds are also a valuable source of potassium, magnesium, iron, vitamin C a... More »

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Hemp hearts, also known as hemp seeds, are a nutritionally dense food, high in fiber, protein, potassium, vitamin A and iron, states WebMD. Hemp seeds are also high in fatty acids, which fight inflammation and protect th... More »

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Some long-blooming perennials include the black-eyed Susan, Astilbes and fernleaf bleeding hearts. Each of these plants produces beautiful flowers that bloom from the late spring all way to the fall. More »

Trim bleeding hearts by choosing the right time, inspecting the plant regularly, pinching off wilting flowers as they occur, removing flower stems once they are free of flowers and trimming the yellowing foliage down to ... More »

Heucheras, bleeding hearts, hostas, hydrangeas, azaleas and ferns are some shade-loving perennials. Gardens that get less than four hours of sun per day require shade-tolerant plants. More »