Latest Protea Stories

2012-01-29 11:51:43

In response to climate change, will a postage-sized-domain move uphill--and ultimately out of room? Climate change is on your porch and in your backyard and living room--anywhere you bedeck with flowering plants. Global warming affects favorite flowers of garden and vase. This is true of plants around the world, including the proteas and the pelargoniums native to South Africa. Pelargoniums are wild ancestors of common geraniums. Proteas, with their vase-shaped bracts surrounding...

2009-04-21 08:40:00

WASHINGTON, April 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- What are the chances you will ever be attacked by armed assailants in a situation in which no one else can help you, and your only chance for survival rests in using your own loaded firearm? Charl van Wyk author of, SHOOTING BACK: THE RIGHT AND DUTY OF SELF DEFENSE (a book and documentary DVD by WorldNetDaily.com) says that considering the recent attacks by Somali pirates, mass shootings in Binghamton, NY, North Carolinaand Washington state,...

Latest Protea Reference Libraries

2005-07-12 10:32:09

Protea or sugarbush is a genus of flowers in the family Proteaceae, consisting of tropical African shrubs.

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Word of the Day
  • A fool; a simpleton: a term of abuse common in Ireland and to a less extent in the Gaelic-speaking parts of Scotland.
This word is partly Irish in origin.