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Thee Oh Sees - Plastic Plant

From the new album A Weird Exits, out August 12 on http://www.

Bottle Garden

Vertical garden in bottles Plastic, stacked, see all the details to make a beautiful garden for vegetables and herbs, is simple and You'll like.

Using plastic plants for wargaming jungle terrain

In this tutorial, we look at using plastic plants to make wargaming jungle terrain, including where to get them and tips for making them look more realistic.

Plastic made from plants

Scientists at Sao Paulo's State University in Brazil are finding that agave, and similarly fibrous plants like pineapple and banana skin, hold the secret to making a .

Outdoor Plastic Plants Unboxing & REVIEW artificial fake flowers exterior from Hobby Lobby

Review of Outdoor Plastic Plants after a Year in the Sun.


  • Ma Frump's Cultural Guide to Plastic Gardening

    Sunstone Press. 2012. ISBN: 9781611390544,1611390540. 64 pages.

    Do you want to spend less time gardening? Are you looking for ways to save water? Have you been disappointed in the way your garden turned out? Do you dread the dull winter months? Do you understand the true meaning of “garden loveliness”? Do you want people to stop by your garden and exclaim in surprise and wonder at what they see? Ma Frump has colorful answers to these questions and many helpful suggestions that will make you a happy gardener wherever you live and in all seasons of the year...

  • Freshwater Aquariums For Dummies

    John Wiley & Sons. 2011. ISBN: 1118050975,9781118050972. 360 pages.

    Covers the latest aquarium gadgets Design a dazzling underwater environment with this bestselling guide! Setting up your first freshwater aquarium can be a daunting task. This friendly guide answers all your questions, from setting up your tank and selecting fish to the water, chemicals, plants, and much more. There's also expanded guidance on combining different species of fish, maintaining a tank, cleaning gravel, and dealing with common problems such as algae. Discover how to * Choose the...

  • Newts and Salamanders

    Barron's Educational Series. 1997. ISBN: 0812097793,9780812097795. 128 pages.

    Describes the most popular species of salamanders, tells how to set up a terrarium, and explains how to select and transport a salamander

  • Discus Fish

    Barron's Educational Series. 1991. ISBN: 0812046692,9780812046694. 80 pages.

    Barron's Complete Pet Owner's Manuals for aquarium owners are profusely illustrated with full-color photos and instructive, high-quality line art. These books are written in clear, direct language that will appeal to amateur hobbyists, but they also contain information that even experienced breeders will find enlightening. Individual titles in this still-growing list focus on many different kinds of fish, as well as on aquarium plants and general aquarium maintenance.

  • Holland: Paradise or Hell?

    AuthorHouse. 2010. ISBN: 9781449080730,1449080731. 288 pages.

    With a slice of cheese between both of their teeth, two Dutch homosexuals passionately embrace while walking through the dunes – with tulips in the hair and laughing loudly for having remembered a sexual adventure in the attic room of a Hague windmill. Does this sentence from the first chapter illustrate the reality of living in the Netherlands? Is the native Dutchman living in an organized paradise or in a high tech Hell, at the present time? Are the wild Dutch women looking for the best man...

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Farmers Dream
I had to turn back and take this shot. The farmer had just made his first rolls of hay, in a little while they would be wrapped in plastic.
Photo by FranksWorldPics on Flickr
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Plastic Plants
At least you don't have to water them. Now. What's the other thing next to the plant for? The tassel with a short string and a stone base. I do not have a clue.
Photo by ibm4381 on Flickr
Plastic Plant
This is the plastic plant I use to "green up" my basement since I can't have real plant in here because of all the dark. Hmmm, should I put this in my "Nature" set?
Photo by webhamster on Flickr