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  • Hardy fruit thrives, and live-stock breeding prospers.

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  • The Angora goat thrives well in certain districts.

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  • It thrives in most kinds of soils.

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  • Clover thrives best, he says, when you sow it on the barrenest ground, such as the worst heath ground in England.

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  • The speckled trout thrives in many of the streams.

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  • The tea plant thrives and is being planted fairly rapidly on the Black Sea littoral in Transcaucasia.

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  • This wattle thrives well in most localities, but especially in the highlands of central Natal.

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  • Prosperity requires civil liberties, prosperity thrives under lower taxes, and prosperity shrivels as wars disrupt the free flow of labor and capital.

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  • Enough of the rocky surface is covered with a thin coating of soil to enable the natives to grow yams, taro, bananas, &c., for their support; cotton thrives well, and has even been exported in small quantities, but there is no space available for its cultivation on any considerable scale.

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  • japonica, I to 12 ft., better known as Hoteia japonica or Spiraea japonica, thrives in peaty or sandy soil; its glossy tripinnate leaves, and feathery panicles of white flowers early in summer, are very attractive.

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  • The date-palm thrives well as far north as Tabbas in latitude 33 36 and at an altitude of 2000 ft.

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  • The hornbeam thrives well on stiff, clayey, moist soils, into which its roots penetrate deeply; on chalk or gravel it does not flourish.

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  • The cacau is at its best in the humid forests of this region and is cultivated in the rich alluvial valleys, and the banana thrives everywhere, as well as the exotic orange and lemon.

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  • If this ancient civilized race was really allied to the ancestors of the Turks and Huns, it is a remarkable instance of how civilization thrives best by being transplanted at a certain period of growth.

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  • It thrives in a warm atmosphere, even in a very hot one, provided that it is moist and that the transpiration is not in excess of the supply of water.

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  • Tobacco thrives well in New South Wales and Victoria, but kinds suitable for exportation are not largely grown.

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  • It thrives on the seaward slopes of the western range in the zone of the tropical rains, at Coffee.

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  • The potato thrives best in a rather light friable loam; and in thin sandy soils the produce, if not heavy, is generally of very good quality.

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  • The Danish forest is almost exclusively made up of beech, a tree which thrives better in Denmark than in any other country of Europe.

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  • It can be grown in parks and gardens, and thrives well; but the young plants are unable to bear great variations of temperature.

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  • ovalifolium (a native of Japan) thrives by the seaside and even in towns; there is a yellow-leaved variety (var.

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  • Shipbuilding thrives and the fisheries are important.

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  • It thrives best on a dry, deep, sandy loam, on airy sheltered sites at no great elevation above the sea.

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  • It thrives best in dry soils, and in height varies from 4 or 5 to 12, 15 or, in exceptional cases, as much as between 20 and 30 ft.

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  • The mule thrives in every condition of climate, is fever-proof, travels over the most difficult mountain passes with absolute security, and can carry with ease a load of 200 lb.

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  • In central Europe it thrives best in enclosed, preserved waters, with a clayey or muddy bottom and with an abundant vegetation; it avoids clear waters with stony ground, and is altogether absent from rapid streams. The tench is distinguished by its very small scales, which are deeply imbedded in a thick skin, whose surface is as slippery as that of an eel.

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  • The loquat, an introduction from China, thrives admirably.

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  • Tea grows and thrives from about sea-level in the tropics to 7000 ft.

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  • Among many trees which have been imported, the lebbek (Albizzia lebbek), a thick-foliaged mimosa, thrives especially, and has been very largely employed.

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  • The breeds include the Ayrshire, noted milkers and specially adapted for dairy farms (which prevail in the south-west), which in this respect have largely supplanted the Galloway in their native district; the polled Angus or Aberdeen, fair milkers, but valuable for their beef-making qualities, and on this account, as well as their hardihood, in great favour in the north-east, where cattlefeeding has been carried to perfection; and the West Highland or Kyloe breed, a picturesque breed with long horns, shaggy coats and decided colours-black, red, dun, cream and brindle-that thrives well on wild and healthy pasture.

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  • It thrives most in a light loam with a dry subsoil; rich and, in particular, wet soils are unsuitable, conducing to the formation of too much wood.

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  • It thrives best on rocky mountain slopes freely exposed to the sun, and requires a relatively high temperature to reach perfect maturity.

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  • It thrives only near water or where the soil is permanently moist.

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  • While maize thrives in every part of the country, wheat, barley and oats - cultivated by the white farmers - flourish only in the midlands and uplands.

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  • In a soil, for example, naturally moist, it is proper to graft pears on the quince, because this plant not only thrives in such a soil, but serves to check the luxuriance thereby produced.

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  • This tree thrives best in moist soils, has a shrubby appearance, and grows under favourable circumstances to a height of 40 or 50 ft.

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  • The olive thrives well at Rudbar and Manjil in the Sefid RIM valley and the oil extracted from it by a Provencal for some years until 1896, when he was murdered, was of very good quality and found a ready market at Baku.

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  • Tea thrives best in light friable soils of good depth, through which water percolates freely, the plant being specially impatient of marshy situations and stagnant water.

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  • "No way in hell, and neither does D. Because of us, many innocent people have been able to live their lives, and humanity thrives," Jule said with conviction she envied.

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  • Racism thrives because the silence of the majority, and their reluctance to stand up and be counted quietly condones it!

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  • consumer activism thrives on the apathy of the British public.

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  • Etta Jenks has nothing new to say about this male-dominated business, which thrives on vulnerable wannabe actresses with unhappy childhoods.

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  • resistant bollworm thrives on a diet containing Cry as well as on cotton modified with a gene for Cry1Ac.

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  • feed on the abundant algae which thrives in the warm lake waters.

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  • thrives on diversity, so a range of plant life is desirable.

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  • thrives in a commercial atmosphere rich in culture and the arts.

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  • twelfth on the grid, and who thrives in the rain, manged a very credible fourth place!

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  • N ature thrives on diversity, so a range of plant life is desirable.

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  • It 's good for business because enterprise thrives in a commercial atmosphere rich in culture and the arts.

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  • It thrives in cooler climes and is tolerant of frost, hence its great popularity as a winter vegetable.

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  • Ian Evans who had started twelfth on the grid, and who thrives in the rain, manged a very credible fourth place !

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  • Even better, Wal-Mart thrives off of seasonal business, so you can always find cute PJs for preemies to fit the theme of the latest holiday.

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  • Yeast, as a fungus, thrives in a warm, moist environment.

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  • These trees include the weeping willow, which thrives in moist soil in USDA growing zones 5-11 and provides a drooping tree ranging from 30 to 50 feet.

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  • It grows about 10 feet a year, thrives in zones 3-8 and is a great wind screen, as well as a helper to keep your house shaded and cool.

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  • Because drama and romance thrives during the night, don't shy away from being a little dramatic yourself.

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  • Not only does ESPN have expert opinions on all sports, it thrives in America's favorite, fantasy football.

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  • Rainfall is important to the coconut palm and the tree thrives in areas where average rainfalls are forty to sixty inches.

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  • Lucky bamboo thrives best in bright but indirect sunlight and away from temperature extremes such as heating or cooling vents.

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  • Perhaps it puts them more on the level of the average person, but the public thrives on catching celebrities in the wrong.

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  • The public thrives on that type of gossip and loves to cluck their tongues at celebrities who fall to the pressures of daily living, proving they're no different than anyone else.

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  • Sadly, Sam is no longer with us, but the World's Ugliest Dog Contest thrives since his exposure.

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  • Orobus Lathyroides - A lovely border plant, 18 to 24 inches high; its bright blue flowers borne in dense racemes; increased freely by seeds, and thrives in ordinary soil.

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  • It is hardy, and thrives in sheltered and shaded situations in peat borders in winter.

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  • In some moist soils it thrives in the ordinary border.

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  • Bursaria spinosa thrives very well in Devonshire and the West of England, but elsewhere perhaps it would be best to begin with it against a wall.

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  • It is useful for covering a wall quickly for summer effect or for arbours, trellises, and pergolas, and thrives in almost any soil in shade or sun.

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  • It is nearly related to the Mock Oranges, which it resembles, but is handsomer; thrives in light warm soil, and increased from suckers, cuttings, or seeds.

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  • The plant thrives in deep sandy soil and in open and well-drained positions in the alpine garden, nestled among the larger rocks which reflect the sun and protect from cold winds.

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  • It thrives in light sandy soil, and is not fastidious, coming from sandy, gravelly places.

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  • It thrives in rock gardens as well as the Cushion Pink, and should be planted in deep sandy loam on a well-drained and exposed spot, moist in summer, facing the south.

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  • The Chestnut thrives best in airy and warm situations, and upon stony or free soils, not caring much for chalk or heavy soils.

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  • It thrives in a warm or peaty soil, and is best seen trailing over shrubs.

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  • Cups and Saucers (Cobaea) - In favourable localities in the southern and western counties C. scandens, a well-known greenhouse plant, thrives against an outside wall, and will cover a considerable space of trellis-work during summer.

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  • It thrives in shady spots on the rock garden or the hardy fernery, in sandy peat.

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  • It thrives in moist, sandy, or peaty soil.

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  • The common Acacia or Locust Tree (R. pseudoacacia) is of quick growth, hardy, and thrives almost anywhere.

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  • In colder parts it is scarcely worth planting out, as it grows slowly; but where it thrives it is handsome in borders or on the margins of beds.

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  • It thrives near the coast in Southern Ireland and in Wicklow at Mr Actons, but soon perishes in less favoured places.

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  • It is one of the kinds that may be grouped with good effect near water, though it thrives in moist borders.

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  • A fragile plant, 4 to 6 inches high, with broad leaves, it throws out long slender rhizomes, wholly above ground, and thrives in sandy earth, in borders, or on the rock garden.

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  • It thrives in various soils, and under trees.

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  • It is hardy, and thrives in ordinary sandy soil in the rock garden.

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  • G. tenuifolia is a species long known, which thrives in the open, and forms charming tufts covered with pretty flowers in summer.

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  • In some places it thrives against a wall, and in the south as a bush.

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  • It thrives in any soil, and is suitable for borders and for naturalisation.

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  • It thrives in exposed positions in the rock garden in a moist, free, and sandy loam; dislikes limestone.

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  • It thrives best in sunny positions in loam freely intermingled with pieces of stone, and well watered in dry weather, and is a gem for the rock garden.

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  • It thrives in ordinary loam, and flowers very prettily in spring, like a large Almond.

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  • In our climate, it does not produce these freely, but it thrives in southern and western gardens, and is best grouped with American plants on peaty or free soil, best in half-shade.

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  • Utah, and is apparently quite hardy, as it thrives in ordinary soil in well-drained parts of the rock garden.

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  • Where it thrives and flowers well it would be a graceful aid in the varied flower garden.

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  • It is as easily grown and as hardy as the common Houseleek, and thrives in any soil.

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  • The plant thrives in ordinary soil if given a moist and well-drained position, with full sunlight.

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  • It is from 15 to 30 feet in height, and thrives in a light, deep, loam soil.

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  • It is picturesque, valuable for groups, is a native of China, hardy, and thrives in any good soil.

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  • It is one of the choicest of evergreen hardy shrubs, and thrives with Rhododendrons and Azaleas in peat soil.

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  • This Lobelia thrives admirably in equal parts of sandy loam and leaf-mould, with sharp sand to keep it open.

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  • It thrives in the open air in summer, and is a beautiful plant for festooning old stumps, or for trailing over dead branches placed against a warm south wall.

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  • Magnolia Grandiflora - The great Laurel Magnolia of the southern United States is, in England, best treated as a wall plant; under these conditions it thrives well and flowers freely.

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  • In moist districts it thrives very well in ordinary moist soil.

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  • M. fragrans, another species, has sweet-scented flowers, and, under similar conditions, thrives in the open air in summer.

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  • M. pumilio thrives in pots, cold frames, or the open air, and does best in firm, open, bare spots in the rock garden, in warm positions in free sandy soil.

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  • Though not common in gardens, it is one of the brightest gems for the choice rock garden, and thrives in exposed positions in moist sandy peat soil, and should be associated with the dwarfest rock plants.

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  • Mexican Orange-flower (Choisya Ternata) - A handsome shrub; in the south and west often thrives with the shelter of a wall and a southern or western aspect, and in high ground, at least, as a bush.

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  • It thrives in the open as well as in the shade, and may be used with good effect as an edging to a sheltered border.

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  • The Milk Thistle is easily raised from seed, and thrives in almost any well-drained soil.

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  • Mistletoe (Viscum Album) - This on trees is often welcome in the pleasure ground or orchard, and is not without beauty of color, but where abundant it is injurious, being a true parasite which thrives at the expense of its victim.

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  • It thrives in ordinary soil, and is useful for grouping with fine-leaved plants.

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  • New Jersey Tea (Ceanothus Americanus) - Though one of the hardiest, this thrives best against a wall, and in a dry porous soil; the flowers, in succession from about the middle of June till August, white.

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  • It is somewhat delicate, but thrives in a sheltered situation.

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  • It thrives in a sheltered nook and in peaty soil.

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  • It thrives best if the soil be surfaced with some very dwarf plant, or with an inch of cocoa-fibre and sand, so as to keep it moist and compact about the plants.

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  • It thrives in damp boggy soil, in peat or leaf-mould.

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  • It thrives in any light soil, and should be planted in an open sunny spot or on a warm bank.

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  • It thrives in a warm exposed border of sandy loam soil, well drained, the bulbs protected by litter in winter.

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  • Like the Mountain Ash, it is also one of the best trees for planting in exposed places on poor soil, and no tree thrives so well on chalk.

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  • Where it thrives it is 20 to 30 feet high.

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  • A British species thrives in fine soil about Edinburgh.

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  • Gilliesii is a beautiful sub-tropical tree which thrives against walls in the Isle of Wight.

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  • Rhododendron Ciliatum - A bushy plant which thrives well in sheltered positions near London.

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  • It thrives in a warm and good loam, and blooms throughout the autumn.

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  • This kind thrives in the south-west of Britain, spreading fast and flowering freely in spring.

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  • S. sinuata thrives in light, rich, sandy loam, and should be treated as a half-hardy annual.

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  • It thrives in the bog garden or moist spots in the rock garden in a peaty soil.

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  • It forms tufts a few inches high, does best on poor soils, and thrives without particular care.

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  • A neat plant for the rock garden and fringes of borders, and thrives like a weed between the stones in a rough stone wall.

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  • It requires a warm situation in light soil, such as the foot of a south wall, and in such positions it often thrives better than in pots under glass; but the bulbs must be protected during severe frosts.

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  • It thrives in almost any position in ordinary garden soil, the lighter the better, but must be left to seed and increase as it likes.

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  • Apart from the brilliantly colored fruit, the silvery effect of the leaves is good where the bush thrives.

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  • S. Kraussiana, generally known in plant-houses as S. denticulata, is also hardy in many places, and in Ireland grows and thrives better than any of the kinds mentioned.

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  • The plant thrives in a mixture of peat and loam, in full sun, and is fully hardy.

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  • Fusca, a native of New Zealand, also thrives in Surrey; and Moores Australian Beech, found in New South Wales, does well at Kilmacurragh, Co. Wicklow, but cannot be said to be hardy, parts of our land.

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  • It is fully hardy, and thrives in any good soil, but should not be overfed with rich manure.

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  • T. (Leucocoryne) alliacea is nearly allied, less pretty, and thrives under similar circumstances.

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  • It is very hardy, and thrives best in a stiffish soil.

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  • It should be planted only where the soil and situation are suitable, and not in exposed places, as it thrives best in sheltered valleys or woods, but it will live in various soils.

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  • Picea Sitchensis - In places where this Spruce thrives it is a very beautiful tree, because of the bluish silvery-grey tone of its needle-like leaves.

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  • In a damp climate where the soil is deep and moist it thrives but in dry soils soon in a wretched condition.

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  • It is very hardy, and thrives best in moist soils.

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  • It thrives best among the dwarfer alpine plants, in warm positions, in deep sandy or gravelly soil.

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  • In fine sandy and very moist soil it thrives as a border plant.

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  • The Chinese A. indica, the ordinary Azalea of greenhouses, is hardy in many places, especially the white variety, which, even in mid-Sussex, thrives in the open air.

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  • Tchihatchewia - A beautiful alpine plant, T. isatidea, native of Asia Minor, it is hardy and thrives on the rock garden.

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  • The plant thrives only in warm places in the southern counties S.

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  • Thrives in any soil, and is readily increased by seeds or division.

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  • T. dependens bears white bell-shaped flowers fringed around the mouth, drooping gracefully from the under side of the branches of an elegant evergreen shrub, which thrives in the open air in our warmest coast gardens.

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  • Though fully hardy with us, it grows slowly and only thrives in moist open soils rich in humus.

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  • It thrives in an open position in any light soil, growing about 18 inches high, and is hardy.

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  • It is apt to perish in some heavy soils, and thrives best in peaty ones.

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  • Thrives in gritty loamy soil in a somewhat shaded position in the rock garden or hardy fernery.

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  • H. palustris is a pretty British waterplant, which, however, thrives better on soft mud-banks than when submerged.

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  • Thrives in open water in deep pond mud, even when exposed in large lakes.

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  • It thrives in shallow water with a long season of flower, while a dozen or more blooms may often be counted at once upon a strong plant.

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  • In light or warm soils in the south it thrives as a bush, needing no pruning or other care; best on a sunny bank.

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  • Woundwort (Stachys) - The common S. lanata, a woolly-leaved plant used for edging, thrives in any soil.

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  • It thrives in grasslands, getting lots of sun and rainfall.

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  • It's caused by a fungus that thrives in cool, rainy weather.

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  • Described simultaneously as heavy rockers, dark balladeers and the missing link between blues-based rock and heavy metal, BOC has remained viable over the years and even thrives in many areas of the world.

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  • Today, the chain thrives as a company run by women for women.

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  • Another thing is that you have to make sure that not only your planet thrives, but it is well protected.

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  • The strategy guide industry thrives on this deficit.

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  • Aerobic-An organism that grows and thrives only in environments containing oxygen.

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  • Eliminating underlying social problems that lead to development of youth gangs and strengthening community ties can reduce the influence of gangs and deter gang crime that thrives when neighborhoods fail to work together.

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  • In hookworm infection, a parasitic worm that thrives in warm climates, including in the southern United States, enters the body through the skin, such as through bare feet.

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  • Anaerobic-An organism that grows and thrives in an oxygen-free environment.

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  • Old school hip hop also thrives in urban environments, with new generations of young hip hoppers taking to the streets with these classic moves.

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  • The pachira aquatic tree thrives best in abundant indirect or even partial sunlight.

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  • This type of money tree thrives in temperatures ranging between 60 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit.

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  • Whether a homeschooled child develops and thrives socially directly depends on the amount of time and effort put forth by the parents.

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  • City Lights Bookstore still thrives in the neighborhood.

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  • The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation believes that when all people in the United States have the opportunity to develop their talents that society thrives.

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  • If you're the type who thrives on social interaction, however, you may find loneliness to be a real issue.

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  • If you haven't surmised it yet, this is one sign that thrives on change the way Capricorn thrives on stability!

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  • She thrives on the energy found in the dynamics of group activities.

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  • Indeed, Scorpio thrives on emotional intensity and craves the release that comes with airing out grievances, while Virgo shies away from disputes and potential areas of conflict.

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  • Taurus thrives on stability, but the introspective nature of a Scorpio serves to bring some excitement into the mix.

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  • In fact, the sign thrives on challenges and takes a special kind of pride in overcoming life's obstacles.

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  • The Portland Children's Museum's mission is to create a place where a child's imagination thrives.

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  • Structure-While every child thrives from routines, a child who has been diagnosed with ADHD needs structure more than ever.

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  • With so many other options available with one click of your computer mouse, SAS thrives as a company even without glitzy marketing tactics and online specials.

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  • The evolving conditions of the environment, as well as the constant desire for discovery, thrills and adventure, are what Merrell thrives on.

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  • The soap opera medium is one that thrives on daily interaction and the must tune in factor.

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  • Their ruthless business techniques have made them millionaires, and the family business, King & Sons, thrives.

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  • In the Scandinavian heartland, a picturesque village known as Skagen thrives amid nature's gifts as well as her wrath.

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  • Carbohydrate elimination is the first and foremost step to take when dieting to treat candida overgrowth as bacteria thrives on them for life and reproduction.

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  • Not everyone's personality thrives when losing weight through a gym membership, because not everyone desires the experience of sharing equipment, sweat, and self-consciousness with throngs of strangers.

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  • While your body thrives on stress, it also has to have some control and relief from it in order to recover.

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  • The solitary pounding of the pavement during a jog or the self-imposed isolation of standing in a corner lifting weights can get a bit tedious, especially for an extroverted person who thrives in the company of others.

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  • Secondly, keep in mind that the body thrives on challenge.

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  • One of rock music's greatest love songs thrives today because you can feel the emotion Clapton was exuding.

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  • This medical sales representative from Santa Barbara is very fit and admittedly thrives on pressure.

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  • The 17-year-old also loves to make a scene at social gatherings and thrives on drama.

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  • The plant, called Audrey II by the smitten Seymour, is a type of Venus flytrap, which Seymour accidentally discovers thrives on human blood.

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  • It thrives in the genital area and armpits of candida sufferers.

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  • When these are kept inside the bar of soap, the result is smoother, softer skin that thrives on more moisture and less dermal exposure to ingredients not made for your skin.

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  • This billion-dollar business thrives merely on the ironically timeless desire for aging men and women to achieve line-free skin.

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  • Toenail fungus, like all forms of fungus, thrives in warm, dark and moist environments.

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  • As people age, fungus thrives in this exact environment, which is why the elderly are more likely to experience nail fungus infections.

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  • This kind of fungus thrives in damp, dark areas where feet commonly travel.

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  • If your small business thrives on local customers and you have no need to target a larger audience, this form of SEO is a proven way to think small and enjoy huge profits.

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  • It thrives out of doors in the south, and may be worth trying in the warmer parts of S.

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  • "The first part of Persis which lies along the Persian Gulf is hot, sandy and barren and only the date palm thrives there.

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