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Come on into my tropical garden
A collection of poems which evoke the Caribbean, its people, and its landscapes.
|Statement||Grace Nichols ; illustrations by Caroline Binch.|
|Contributions||Binch, Caroline, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PR9320.9.N45 C6 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|ISBN 10||0397323506, 0397323492|
|LC Control Number||89036335|
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Now gardeners can bring an exotic flair to their gardens by introducing the color, textures, and fabulous foliage of tropical plants. Not just for hot climates anymore, bromeliads, orchids, bananas, palms, birds of paradise, elephant ears, canna, and more can. My favorite part is where she shows some of the effective ways that succulents can be used in vertical gardening, and it helped to inspire my own vertical garden. The book provides some excellent ideas for presenting your succulent collection in artistic ways, and there's even a .
Create a tropical garden design near a water source, so you won’t have to drag a hose to the garden during dry periods. Tropical plants typically require soil that’s rich in organic matter. Be sure to work adequate organic matter, such as soil conditioner, finished compost, or composted manure, into soil prior to . She also writes books for children, inspired predominantly by Guyanese folklore and Amerindian legends, including Come on into My Tropical Garden () and Give Yourself a Hug (). Everybody Got A Gift () includes new and selected poems, and her collection, Startling the Flying Fish (), contains poems which tell the story of the Written:
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hi, here is the poem: My Tropical Garden Come on into my tropical garden Come on in and have a laugh in Taste my sugar cake and my pine drink Come on in please come on in And yes you can stand up in my hammock and breeze out in my trees you can pick my hibiscus and kiss my chimpanzees O you can roll up in the grass and if you pick up a flea I'll take you down for a quick dip.
Learn how to grow plants commonly cultivated in the tropics and subtropics. It contains everything you need to know about growing tropical plants, managing them and working with of the plants can also grow in milder climates as indoor plants or in protected places.
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This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Come Into my Garden - From The Garden of God "Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruits" (Song )."I am come into my garden, my sister, my spouse" (Song ).
"The whole earth is full of his glory", said the prophet; and in this age of clamor and bustle, when a thousand conflicting voices would invade our hearts and minds to distract us or distort our vision, it would.
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species described, colour photographs. I use it when I go plant shopping in Chiang Mai, because downtown plant vendors do not use scientific names like in the west, and if you learn one or two local names for a specific plant.
When you are choosing tropical potted plants, choose plants that are easy to care for indoors. Anyone who has been to Hawaii has probably come into contact with plumerias. They are tropical flowering trees and shrubs with beautiful fragrant blooms. They make amazing potted plants and are reliable bloomers up here in : Al Cal.