When people think of the Southwest, they most often think of Arizona. In fact, from West Texas to New Mexico and Arizona, the entire Southwest has a rich heritage, a combination of the land and the people living on it. Native people from Mexico (and those who mix this culture with Spanish influence) Hopi, Navajo, […]

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There are at least 20 species of cactus plants, but only the gordonii species with cactus-like spines are succulent. This cactus plant has been used for centuries as a way to suppress hunger and quench thirst. But medical scientists believe that cactus has more effects-in fact, they believe that it can actually solve the obesity […]

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They do eat at night and look for dark, cool, damp places to hang out during the day. Some common hiding places are under organic matter, such as mulch, pine grass, fallen leaves and other debris, loose wood mulch, rotting matter, rotten fruit on the ground, wood on the ground, boards or branches, vines, or […]

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These days it seems that the whole world is talking and frantically talking about cacti. What is the noise of those plants that look like cacti? Honestly, what can you expect? Actually, a lot. Hoodia gordonii is a succulent plant that grows naturally in the Kalahari Desert in Southern Africa. The indigenous Saint Bushmen have […]

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Pay attention to how each particle moves. Pay attention to how everyone got here From a trip. Note that everyone wants different food. Notice how the stars disappear as the sun rises, And how all streams flow to the ocean. Watch the chefs prepare special plates For everyone, according to their needs. Look at this […]

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When longer days light up the sky, birds sing happily, and trees begin to grow bright new leaves, who doesn’t like spring? Even in the California desert where I live, wild flowers bloom, jacaranda trees bloom with purple flowers, and cacti bloom with brilliant colors. Since the lack of sunlight in the short winter can […]

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Most of us will try to grow our plants when the weather is cool, humid, and usually more suitable for outdoor activities. In the hot sun, the work in the garden can be very intensive, hot and exhausting! However, in some areas of Australia, gardeners may have no choice but to plant in hot weather. […]

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Summer in Arizona is very hot! But this is only the area in the central and southern part of the state called the Sonoran Desert. What many people don’t know is that even in summer, Arizona still has many beautiful and interesting places, if you want to enjoy a cool day outdoors. So, if you […]

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The amount of spam sent is on the rise. Unsolicited email now accounts for more than 50% of email traffic. You can take some steps to reduce the volume received. The last line of defense is to install a personal spam filter on your computer. There are many filtering solutions, but most of them come […]

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Leyland Cypress can be windy! The leaves of deciduous trees like maple or oak will turn around the edges to let the wind pass, but Leyland Cypress and Thuja Green Giant trees can face the wind. It is important to use the appropriate stakes and tie materials for each tree size, and when to remove […]

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There are many ways to make something that can clean the colon well. Psyllium has been the most effective of these treatments for centuries. Indians and Aztecs commonly used it to solve colon problems. As close to nature as these peoples, they understand the knowledge of other ancient peoples: the best colon cleansing is the […]

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Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates and the second best city for driving in the world. It consists of high-quality roads and is a highway network managed by RTA (Road and Traffic Administration). One of the best roads in the world is located on the “Father Sheikh Zayed Road” in Dubai. […]

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I just spent a few months cleaning up all my clutter. Compared with my “No” box, my “Yes” box is small, and my “Maybe” box is very large. Now I am going to downsize and move into my brand new small house. How will my little house feel and how will it be feng shui? […]

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In the remote arid desert, there is a wholesome fruit growing on the date palm, which nourishes everyone from the strongest athlete to the most delicate baby. Whether you like Sukkari, Saggae, Ajwa or Medjool, the types of date palms are as vast and diverse as the ocean. Sukkari has more than 500 kinds of […]

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In 1950, the United States extracted 12 trillion gallons of water from the ground; by 1980, this number had more than doubled, and it is still growing at an alarming rate. The Ogallara aquifer is depleting at a rate of 12 billion cubic meters (420 billion feet or 9,729,000 acre feet) per year, and the […]

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