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 Can you use river pebbles for a house plant?

Answer Most houseplants need to be planted in a good potting soil. But, you can certainly use the pebbles in the bottom of the pots, to assist in drainage. You can also use them on the top of the soil, as... Read More »
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How to Plant a River Birch?

River birch trees, or Betula nigra, occur naturally in moist woodlands and wetlands across the eastern United States. The tall and graceful appearance of river birch trees makes them suitable for l... Read More »
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Can you build a house on the Kankakee River?

You can build a house on the Kankakee River. Kankakee is located about 60 miles south of Chicago. The Kankakee River State Park is a popular attraction in Illinois for hunters, boaters, athletes an... Read More »
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Is the bird's nest fern a house plant or an outdoor plant?

Bird's nest fern grows outdoors in USDA Hardiness Zones 9 through 11. The plants prefer high humidity and temperatures between 70-90 degrees F. The limited outdoor growing environment and need for ... Read More »
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Why would house on a river bank be considered a risk?

Because there is an increased risk of flooding and water damage to the house. This is due to the possibility of the river overflowing the banks of the river after a large rain or storm.
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