What is a swedish ivy plant?

Answer Also known as the Swedish begonia or whorled plectranthus, the Swedish ivy plant actually is native to Australia. A popular houseplant in the 1970s and '80s, the Swedish ivy plant is once again reg... Read More »

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Why are swedish fish called swedish fish?

Swedish fish are chewy, fruity, fish-shaped candies that are aptly named for their country of origin. Although the treat has its roots in Sweden, it has been a popular candy throughout North Americ... Read More »

What is eating my swedish ivy?

Swedish ivy is a creeping, bushy plant with bright green leaves and square stems that was first popularized in Sweden. Spots and damage to the plant leaves are indicators of an infestation by spide... Read More »

What is swedish weaving?

Swedish weaving is a type of surface embroidery that first became popular in the US in the 1930's and 40's. It is also known in the as Huck Embroidery, Huckery, Punto Yugoslavo, and Huckaback Darni... Read More »

What Are Swedish Showers?

You likely are familiar with the standard shower that uses one shower head to deliver a constant stream of water. Other types of showers are also available, including the Swedish shower. A Swedish ... Read More »