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2012-08-31 23:03:41

Wild & Bare Co. has launched a revised website giving visitors simpler, quicker access to the peerless organic Chinese teas and tea accessories offered by chef and W&B founder Jean Alberti and his tea master associates. Taipa Macau, China (PRWEB) August 31, 2012 Version 2.0 of the Wild & Bare online store and blog site-wildandbare.com-retains the breathtaking images of China and its tea growers by photographer David Hartung. A complete lineup of superb loose-leaf and herbal teas...

2011-12-12 21:31:04

Natural growth regulator found to increase or decrease growth, depending on application Natural products marketed as plant growth enhancers are becoming increasingly sought-after. Many of these products, typically produced by small companies with limited research capabilities, have not been tested in farm trials, nor have claims about product effectiveness been documented by scientific data. Researchers from the University of Copenhagen investigated the growth regulatory effect of Tea Seed...


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2005-07-12 19:06:05

Camellia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Theaceae and native to eastern and southern Asia from the Himalaya east to Japan and Indonesia. Different botanists vary in their numbering of distinct species, with anything from 100-250 species being accepted. They are evergreen shrubs and small trees from 2-20 m tall. The leaves are alternately arranged, simple, thick, serrated, usually glossy, and 3-17 cm long. The flowers are large and conspicuous, 1-12 cm diameter, with (in...

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  • A blustering, bullying fellow; a pot-valiant braggart; a bully.
This word is named for Draw-Can-Sir, a character in George Villiers' 17th century play The Rehearsal.
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