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A freelancer since 1985, Julie Bawden-Davis has written for many publications, including American Express OPEN Forum, MSN Money.com, Parade.com, Entrepreneur, Better Homes & Gardens and Family Circle.

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Articles about Edible Flowers - Los Angeles Times

February 20, 1999 | JULIE BAWDEN DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES. When my daughter's teacher asked me to do a...

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Articles about Oroville Ca - Los Angeles Times

January 23, 1999 | JULIE BAWDEN DAVIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES. Garden long enough, and you may tire of common flowers and gravitate toward theĀ ......

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A slice of small-town America in Orange - Los Angeles Times

Old Towne Orange offers its 11,300 residents a chance to step back in time. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Orange County community of about 1,200 homes has the largest...

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Asters Fill Gap Between Summer, Winter Blooms - Los Angeles Times

After summer flowers have faded and before winter bloomers appear, asters light up the garden with their cheery, daisy-like flowers. Native to temperate regions in the Northern Hemisphere, they grow...

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Brain Food : Cravings Can Be Linked to Pleasant Physical Effects ...

Is the snack machine beckoning you? Are you dying for a Snickers bar or a bag of Doritos? Or maybe you yearn for something more exotic, such as caviar, Brie or mangoes.We've all had cravings for...

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Brew Ha Ha in the Herb Garden - Los Angeles Times

The first time Martha Wida of Westminster made a cup of herbal tea from her garden, she was pleasantly surprised."That was by far the best cup of tea I'd ever had," said Wida, who is past president...

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Bromeliad: 1st Among Bloomers That Last - Los Angeles Times

I began collecting bromeliads almost by accident one summer when somebody offered me one that wasn't flowering. Though the plant was unremarkable with its sturdy light green and silver leaves, I...

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Burglary Can Leave Emotional Scars : Anger, Fear May Be More ...

While Carol Willis enjoyed a vacation out of town at her parent's house, burglars went through her Orange County apartment and took everything of value."When I discovered what happened, I was...

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Cannas Plant Be No Bother? Sure Can! - Los Angeles Times

Cannas, those eye-catching plants with large dramatic fronds and brightly colored flowers, make a garden look like an island paradise. They offer a tropical look without all the usual fuss."The...

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Careful Cultivation Can Yield Pineapples - Los Angeles Times

When visitors see what Everett Weerheim has growing in his Cypress garden, they're often amazed.Twelve years ago after a trip to Hawaii, Weerheim started growing pineapples. Since then his plants...

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Circadian Rhythms Are Nothing to Lose Sleep Over - Los Angeles ...

Getting a good night's sleep--or a good day's sleep if you prefer--is more easily accomplished when you're in sync with your body's internal clock.*Body temperature, exposure to light and what a...

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Creating a Painted Dipper Gourd - Los Angeles Times

Ginger Summit of Los Altos, Calif., has written several books on gourds, including "The Complete Book of Gourd Craft," which is in its 10th printing (Lark Books, $18.95), and "Gourd Crafts: 20 Great...