Discover Container Gardening with Tomatoes

Written by Cyndi Roberts

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Dig a hole a little bigger than your plant ball and just set your tomato intorepparttar hole right up torepparttar 136089 leaves and fill all around with more potting soil.

Of course, you must waterrepparttar 136090 plants to make them grow! Your tomato plants will respond well to regular feeding. Apply a liquid fertilizer once a week.

Once your plants are larger, you may need to stake them; however, if you are growingrepparttar 136091 "bush" variety, they won't need to be staked.

Once your plants are bearing, you may find yourself with a surplus. Whole tomatoes can be frozen for use later on in soups and casseroles. Just wash and put in sealed plastic bags and place in freezer. When you're ready to use them, let them thaw partway so repparttar 136092 skin can come off and they're ready to go inrepparttar 136093 soup pot!

If you prefer to freeze your tomatoes already chopped, just dip each tomato in boiling water for about 10 seconds. Thenrepparttar 136094 peel will pull right off. Choprepparttar 136095 tomato, put in bags and freeze.

Here's a good vegetable soup recipe for using frozen tomatoes.

Combine 1 1/2 cups frozen chopped tomatoes 1 can new potatoes, drained and chopped 1 can sliced carrots, drained 1 large can tomato sauce 1 1/2 teaspoons Italian seasoning 1 3/4 cups beef broth

Bring to a boil and simmer for 15 minutes, to let flavors mingle. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Cyndi Roberts is the editor of the bi-weekly newsletter "1 Frugal Friend 2 Another", bringing you practical, money-saving tips, recipes and ideas. Visit her online at to subscribe and receive the Free e-course, "Taming the Monster Grocery Bill".

The Language and Meaning of Flowers

Written by Garry Gamber

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The Rose

The Rose isrepparttar flower whose meaning we most understand, but here are some details ofrepparttar 136045 meaning ofrepparttar 136046 Rose that may be of further interest.

Rose, Black – You are my obsession Rose, Champagne – You are tender and loving Rose, Leonidas – Sweet love Rose, Nicole – You are graceful and elegant, aristocratic Rose, Orange – You are my secret love Rose, Pink – Brilliant complexion;repparttar 136047 glow of your smile; perfect happiness Rose, Red – Passionate love; I love you Rose, Single Stems – Simplicity Rose, White – I am worthy of you; spiritual love; Innocence and Purity; Secrecy and Silence Rose, White and Red – We are inseparable Rose, White and Red Mixed – Unity; Flower emblem of England Rose, White, Dried – Death is preferable to loss of virtue Rose, Yellow – Friendship; Jealousy; I am not worthy Rose, Bridal – Happy Love Rose, Dark Crimson – Mourning Rose, Hibiscus – Delicate beauty Rose, Tea – I’ll remember always Rose, Thornless – Love at first sight Roses, Bouquet of Mature Blooms – Gratitude

Multiple Roses

Single bloom red Rose – Love at first sight or I still love you Single Rose, any color – Gratitude or simplicity 2 Roses – Mutual feelings 3 Roses – I love you 7 Roses – I’m infatuated with you 9 Roses – We’ll be together forever 10 Roses – You are perfect 11 Roses – You are my treasured one 12 Roses – Be mine 13 Roses – Friends forever 15 Roses – I’m truly sorry 20 Roses – I’m truly sincere towards you 21 Roses – I’m dedicated to you 24 Roses – Forever yours 25 Roses – Congratulations 50 Roses – Unconditional love 99 Roses – I will love you allrepparttar 136048 days of my life 108 Roses – Will you marry me? 999 Roses – I love you tillrepparttar 136049 end of time

What To Do

Withrepparttar 136050 lists above you should be able to assemble a meaningful gift of flowers or a bouquet that conveys a complex thought. Wraprepparttar 136051 flowers appropriately and present them in a significant manner. Then, just to be certain that your efforts are not misinterpreted, include a card that fully explainsrepparttar 136052 meaning of your flowers.

After a few flower presentations you should be able to droprepparttar 136053 explanatory notes and begin enjoying and sharingrepparttar 136054 silent language of flowers.

Garry Gamber is a public school teacher. He writes articles about politics, real estate, health and nutrition, and internet dating services. He is the owner of and

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