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www.reference.com/article/poem-daffodils-william-wordsworth-27676087fe50fc37

The poem "Daffodils" (or "I wandered lonely as a cloud") by William Wordsworth is, superficially, about the beauty and bliss of the sight of daffodils. On a deeper level, it can be interpreted as a celebration of the oneness that exists between human beings and the natural world. It is one of Wordsw

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Miniature hostas are specially bred to have a height of less than 8 inches. These hostas are perennials and are often used as accents for border or rock gardens that require small plants to fill in the space.

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Miniature cats come in a variety of breeds, but they are usually distinguished as being half the size of a normal-sized cat. They are also called "teacup cats," but both teacup and miniature cats are not recognized as separate breeds. While there are small cats such as the Singapura, these are not m

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The term “miniature turtle” is incorrectly applied to hatchling turtles sold in the pet trade. The turtles are not miniature in any way; they are simply young. When provided with proper care, the small turtles eventually reach adult proportions, varying from 4 to 12 inches in diameter. Unfortunately

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The most important thing that a miniature orange tree requires is plenty of sun. When it has access to up to eight hours of full sun, it is quite easy to grow a dwarf citrus tree. Within two to three years, a miniature orange tree can produce fruit twice annually.

www.architecturaldigest.com/story/tropical-gardens-oscar-de-la-renta-audrey-hepburn

From admiring orchids with Oscar de la Renta to garden-hopping with Audrey Hepburn, AD's latest blog explores the most ephemeral of the arts To revisit this article, visit My Profile, then View saved stories. By Katherine Whiteside *Architectural Digest’*s recent feature about fashion designer Oscar

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Learn how to draw a daffodil and other flowers and plants with our easy instructions. Bring out your inner artist as you learn how to draw a poppy. Advertisement A da­ffodil has the unique shape of a trumpe­t. It grows mostly in the Mediterranean and its color is golden yellow or a combination of go

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In defiance of spring's raw, damp weather, peony bushes produce softball-sized flowers for decades on cold hardy plants. Georgianna Lane / Getty Images Peonies are one of Mother Nature's loveliest oxymorons—they're fragrant and delicate yet tough as nails. When you plant one of these spring-blooming

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Daffodil varieties are classified into 13 divisions, beginning with Trumpets and ending with what might be called the species (daffodils encountered in the wild). Missing from the list is Miniatures. Height and flower size are not considered when assigning a variety to a division.

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An adorable miniature daffodil (with a big name!), this variety offers clusters of white and yellow fragrant flowers on each stem. It's a particularly good choice for Southern gardeners. Name: Narcissus 'Canaliculatus' Bloom Season: Early to mid spring. Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil. Size: To 6 inches tall. Zones: 6-10