Speaking in December 2010 while launching Bamboo and Climate Change Mitigation - a report on bamboo's potential role in adaptation, mitigation and sustainable development - during the UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, in December, Hoogendoorn stated that although botanically
bamboo is a woody grass and not a tree, "bamboo forests have comparable features to other types of forest regarding their role in the carbon cycle.
Del Norte County, California, is home to one of the state's most botanically
That hobby grew into a continuing 12-year gig at the downtown Farmer's Market and a stunning new store brimming with botanically
themed accent furniture, planters, pots, garden stools, whitewashed mirrors and more.
'Angelita' until such time as it is botanically
Shoes must be checked or covered at the door when you enter this (nearly) carbon footprint-free haven, where themed rooms (Moroccan, Zen, Iroquois, etc.) are each designed by a different artist and include botanically
scented body products, organic mattresses and linens, and either a spa tub with chromotherapy or rain shower with aromatherapy steam.
Old Tom Gin is a botanically
intensive and lightly sweetened style of gin that was popular in the 18th and 19th centuries.
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While unrelated botanically
, palms and cycads are similar-looking dramatic plants with ancient roots.
Regardless of what you thought about artificial flowers of yore, today's crop is decidedly more botanically
correct, incorporating the color, veining and feel of the plant to fool the eye--and hand.
The company is dedicated to the discovery of botanically
derived therapeutic compounds that address consumer health needs and help improve the quality of human life.
Second, flooding would obliterate a botanically
rich area, the source of decorative plants treasured worldwide, most famously the rhododendron.
This fruit, botanically
named mespilus germanica, grows wild throughout south eastern Europe and into central Asia.