If you’re new to flower growing or you’ve dabbled for a little while and now you’re ready to get serious, spending a little time getting clear is an absolute must. Today, we’re going to do a little assessment to figure out what you’ve got to work with, what limitations you have to consider and what your flower needs are. These details are critical in making a good, solid plan that will reward you with a successful, flower filled season. So, before we dig into the nitty gritty how-to posts, I want you to take a little time and answer these six important questions. The process will help narrow down your choices and you’ll get really clear, really fast. From here planning will be so much easier. Ok, here we go: How much space do you have to work with? Even if you only have a few pots on your deck or a small garden plot in your backyard, it’s still possible to have fresh flowers in your life. But before you go hog wild ordering up a storm, it’s important to get an idea of how much good growing ground you can actually set aside. Almost all of the flower varieties we offer in the Floret Shop prefer full sun, so try and find a location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight a day. If you only have a shade to work with, don’t worry – I’ll give you some suggestions for varieties that like those conditions too. You’ll want to go out and take measurements of the space(s) you have to work with so once we dig into the planning steps you can be as accurate as possible. I have a two-acre field map, with
This site lists all the songs that were major hits 1900-2007. If you are trying to find, for example, hits that are connected to a particular word then the index here is the best place to look. This index links to every place where a name is used anywhere on the site, there are also seperate lists of the years, artists and song titles that have their own individual pages. To locate any word first select the link below that represents the initial letter, then select the sub-pages whose range covers the word you want. Suppose, for example, you want to identify songs, albums and artists connected with "Stripes". Looking under the "S" entry above leads to a page that lists entries with the word "Stripes": Album Artists: The White Stripes (on pages Top Albums, Top Album Artists, the year 2001, the year 2003, the year 2005 & the 2000s) Song Artists: The White Stripes (on pages Top Song Artists, the 2000s, the year 2003, the year 2005 & the year 2007) Song Titles: Stars & Stripes Forever (on pages Year Top Songs, Frankie Laine, the 1900s, Horace Heidt, the year 1901 & the year 1950) and I Got Stripes (on the Johnny Cash page). Alternately suppose you are looking for songs by Amy Winehouse, as a recent visitor was. Well lets look up her surname, selecting "w" in the list above leads to a page that lists the word ranges that start with "w" we pick "Wildw - Wit'c", since "Winehouse" is in that range. Looking in the list we find an entry: Winehouse - Album Artist: Top Albums, Top Album Artists, 2006, 2007, Album greatest, Album sales, Amy WinehouseSong Artist: 2007, 2008 This tells us that she has more entries for albums than for songs, she is on the "Top 1000 Albums" page, the "Top 1000 Albums Artists", the list of hit
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