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Breeds of dogs: Italian shorthaired hound

Origin, classification and historical background Origin: Italy F.C.I classification: Group 6 - bloodhounds and dogs by blood trail.Produced in Italy in very distant times, probably with Phoenician traders from ancient Egypt. In fact, this dog appears in many Egyptian depictions of the time of the Pharaohs.
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How to Reuse Paperwhite Bulbs

Paperwhites (Paperwhite narcissus) are members of the daffodil family but are unlike other daffodils. They are also one of the most popular bulbs that are “forced” indoors in containers to grow and bloom during the winter months. When paperwhite bulbs are forced, they cannot be reused or regrown; however, when planted in soil and allowed to grow and bloom on their timing, you can reuse or regrow paperwhites every year.
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Plants That Love Water

Water-loving plants allow you to create bog gardens and water features, and they help you fill in a swampy area of landscape with some beautiful foliage and flowers. Including the native plants of Sarracenia spp., there are many other flowers that love to be in watery locations.Yellow FlagYellow flag, or Iris pseudocorus, is part of the Iridaceae, or iris, family.
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How to Cut Overgrown Hedges

Border hedges. image by mdb from Fotolia.comWhether you prefer a natural-looking shape or a neat and formal hedge, cutting an overgrown hedge back into shape is important both for aesthetics and for the health of the plant. At first, you may need to trim the hedge to a smaller size than desired, but eventaully it will reach the right height while maintaining a nice shape and looking healthy.
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Indoor hawaiian umbrella plant

The Dwarf or Hawaiian Umbrella Tree is a tropical tree with compound leaves which is very suitable for indoor bonsai. It can live with dim light and low. Common Name: Dwarf Umbrella Tree, Hawaiian Umbrella Tree Plant, These indoor plants grow to be about five to six feet indoors, in optimal conditions.
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How to Build a Path in the Garden Using Sand

Photodisc/Photodisc/Getty ImagesA garden path is a simple way to guide guests to certain areas of your landscaping and subtly keep them out of other areas. One of the easiest paths to create is one made of sand, but if this is the material you choose, there& 39;s more to it than pouring sand on the ground.
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