What Is Amaranthus Caudatus?

Answer Amaranthus caudatus, sometimes called love-lies-bleeding or tassel flower, is a tender perennial believed to be indigenous to South America. It is hardy in U.S. Department of Agriculture zones 8 t... Read More »

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How to Dry Amaranthus?

Amaranthus are a group of annual herbs that gardeners grow for both ornamental and edible purposes. These shrubs grow between 2 and 8 feet tall and enjoy full sun but can also tolerate drought cond... Read More »

How to Work With Hanging Amaranthus?

Amaranthus is an ancient food crop once cultivated by the Aztecs and indigenous North American people. It is a seed crop that is used as a substitute for flour to make breads and anything else usua... Read More »

What does What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us mean?

It means that who we are and how we act, what we do, mean more then our past or our future. they were our decisions, smart or dumb, but they arent US. or, what we have done, or what we will do in t... Read More »

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If you are asking whether or not we have a Corporate office in the middle east, the answer is NO, DISH Network does not have a corporate office located in the middle east. Our corporate office is l... Read More »