LAMINATED 36x24 inches Poster: Purple Flower Blossom Spring Bloom Spiderwort Green Natural Nature Floral Petal Garden Plant Botanical

by Gifts Delight
Price: $24.99
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  • Ships same day it is purchased (weekdays)
  • Printed on high quality 24lb photo gloss paper. Heat sealed Lamination for years of protection.
  • Laminated durable tear resistant 36x24 (inches) HD Poster. Bold & vivid colors.

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36x24 inches Laminted high quality poster. Decorate your home or office with high quality posters. Printed on the high quality thick poster paper, it will please your eyes for years to come. purple, flower, blossom, spring, bloom, spiderwort, green, natural, nature, floral, petal, garden, plant, botanical

"Spiderwort" by Nikolyn McDonald, Canvas Print Wall Art, 10" x 8", Mirrored Gallery Wrap, Glossy Finish

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Price: $100.15
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  • 1.5" x 1.5" wooden stretcher bars
  • Ready to hang with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails included
  • Museum-quality canvas print with UV resistant, environmentally friendly, archival ink

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Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed onto one of our premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" stretcher bars (gallery wrap). Your canvas print will be delivered to you "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Detoxing from Radiation, Heavy Metals, Cleansing & Restoring Your ...

With the recent nuclear catastrophe happening in Japan as well as the probability that nuclear events will continue to be a part of our world, it’s prudent to have good reference information as to how the body can be supported (using natural means) and protected should high radiation exposure become a reality.  Knowledge and information empower and should always propel one toward effective preparation and planning, not fear. The power of fear is destructive in that it paralyzes resulting in unwise decisions.  Along with knowledge and preparedness, we must also be aware of the very real probability that the general public will not be privy to factual information. Hopefully my readers will copy this information and place in a safe place for future reference.

Fighting Radiation & Chemical Pollutants with Foods, Herbs, & Vitamins by Steven R. Schechter, ND was required reading when I was studying for my ND. It’s difficult now to find copies at a reasonable price of this out of print but very informational book.  Below are some of the chapter titles and information that Dr. Schechter deals with in his book as well as some of my own research/suggestions.

“These foods and food substances will enhance the immune system and protect
against the dangerous side effects of radiation.” –Dr. Steven R. Schechter. 

The time to implement these foods is now in order to build up the body as well as the immune system.  Most of the foods and vitamins/minerals are “protective” meaning that they should be implented before a radiation event occurs.

Each of these can be researched individually on the Internet such as “bee pollen+nuclear radiation protection”, etc. in order to find out how it is helpful/useful to the body.

Fighting Radiation with Food

Sea Vegetables – According to a 1964 McGill University study published in the “Canadian Medical Association...

EatTheWeeds: Episode 15: Spiderwort, Tradescantia Learn from Green Deane about Spiderwort a spring green wild food that is available for two or more seasons of the year.

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  1. Native and Nice: Michigan's Indigenous Plants Flourish for Gardeners
    About 4-8 feet tall, the plant features white berries “and lovely white flowers.” • Swamp milkweed blooms with pink blooms. “This can be invasive, but it's worth it for all its benefits to Mother Nature,” he said. • Spiderwort opens with a purple-blue
  2. Chicago Tribune Weathering the changes
    Plant resilient natives: Midwestern prairie natives, which evolved to cope with a range of weather, are likely to adapt well, Havens says. Some choices: prairie coreopsis (Coreopsis palmata); prairie dropseed (Sporobolus heterolepis); spiderwort
  3. Liriope is a good 'trash-eating' plant
    Divide and plant fall-blooming perennials, including aster, chrysanthemum, goldenrod, obedient plant, also ajuga, Shasta daisy, daylily, rudbeckia, spiderwort, yarrow. Keep crown (the top of the root ball) at or slightly above the soil level,
  4. Boulder-based Project Budburst blooms for fifth year
    forsythia, chokecherry, black cottonwood, red maple, red osier dogwood, spiderwort, Virginia bluebells and mayapple. In northern Colorado, more than 1500 observations of blooming plants have been recorded by Project Budburst since 2008.
  5. Overheard, out and about, Mrs. Grundy tells all
    He volunteers to place floral arrangements in the Baptist sanctuary each Sunday, often using plants donated by locals such as Dr. Morgan Moore, Dr. Karthaus, Evelyn Timmerman, Margaret Eiland, Jean (Carter) Fuqua, Neal Dansby and others.


  1. The spiderwort family is made of a number of attractive plants. These species have a tendency to spread uncontrollably with long and messy foliage. Spiderworts and dayflowers are closely related.
  2. The wandering jew plant is also know as creeping jew, spiderwort and purple heart. This plant is usually planted in hanging baskets and it is a well known hanging plant.
  3. Virginia spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana), Virginia Native Plant Society 2008 Wildflower of the Year, is a long-blooming herbaceous perennial for native plant gardens.

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  1. Protecting Perennials in the Winter by Donna Duffy
    And with winter just beginning, it might feel ... Tradescantia occidentalis, Western Spiderwort, photo by Donna Duffy There are many benefits to using native plants for Colorado home l... American Crow, photo courtesy Attracting birds ...
  2. What’s a weed? And is Spiderwort one?
    I ruminated on this the other day when a neighbor asked me to identify a new plant in her garden that had arrived without her help. I told her it was Spiderwort (avoiding the rather unwieldy Latin Tradescantia), and her only question was: “Is it a weed?”
  3. What are Widow's Tears?
    Widow's tears (Tradescantia virginiana), more commonly known as Virginia spiderwort, spider lily or trinity flower, is an herbaceous perennial plant native to the central, eastern and southern United States. Commonly found growing in moist prairies ...
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Spiderwort Plants, Tradescantia Ink and Watercolor Drawings and Paintings
Photo by C R Carter on Flickr

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Spiderwort in South Florida
Photo by larrysfl on Flickr

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The three spiderwort plants we have in the garden have grown massively over the last two years. They're starting to crowd the irises and I've had to cut them back several times. But, it's all worth it when the blooms...
Photo by Fred_T on Flickr

Spiderwort Concord Grape, Tradescantia andersoniana, Spiderwort ...
Spiderwort Concord Grape, Tradescantia andersoniana, Spiderwort ...
Purple Spiderwort Concord Grape, Tradescantia andersoniana, Spiderwort
Purple Spiderwort Concord Grape, Tradescantia andersoniana, Spiderwort
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