• GROUND COVER PLANTING - groundcover
GROUND COVER PLANTING - groundcover

Separate them so that the distance between them is approximately or equal to their maximum width. If they take too long to grow reduces the distance a little. Place them in the holes so that they grow on the same level as the soil in which they grew in the pots. Separate roots and refill. Press the plant gently into place.

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  • Mets are not ruling out Wilmer Flores for shortstop job | MLB.com
Mets are not ruling out Wilmer Flores for shortstop job | MLB.com

This was the first winter of his career that Flores spent significant time focusing on his overall health, according to the GM. "I do not want to place too much stock on four weeks of conditioning, but this is a guy who's never really had the opportunity to develop himself physically the way players in the United States do, who has a season and...

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  • House passes almost $8 billion in Hurricane Harvey relief
House passes almost $8 billion in Hurricane Harvey relief

If passed, the deal would avoid a shutdown of the USA government by using a three-month, short-term patch to fund the government at current levels through December 15 while Congress works out a longer-term spending package for fiscal year 2018.

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  • Illinois Among States Suing Trump Administration Over DACA
Illinois Among States Suing Trump Administration Over DACA

Here is a breakdown of what is known and what remains unclear. Most say they were brought to the United States as children by their parents who may have come illegally and say the U.S.is the only country they know. Will the government target DACA recipients for deportation? Are they expected to deport themselves? The missive came in a docume...

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  • Jose and Katia strengthen into hurricanes
Jose and Katia strengthen into hurricanes

As of Wednesday, September 6, Tropical Storm Katia has maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour. The depression is forecast to strengthen into a tropical storm within the next day or so, and it will receive the name Katia. The government of Mexico issued a hurricane watch for the coast from Tuxpan to Laguna Verde. The storm is now over 1,20...

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  • Volusia, Brevard, Osceola, Polk schools closing because of Hurricane Irma
Volusia, Brevard, Osceola, Polk schools closing because of Hurricane Irma

Johns County Board of County Commissioners declared a Local State of Emergency at the September 5, 2017 regular meeting. Lee County Manager Roger Desjarlais called the storm unprecedented in his more than 30 years of experience throughout Florida.

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  • House Approves Harvey Relief Aid As FEMA Runs Low On Money
House Approves Harvey Relief Aid As FEMA Runs Low On Money

The 419 to 3 vote Wednesday sent the aid package - likely the first of several - to the Senate in hopes of sending the bill to President Donald Trump before dwindling disaster reserves run out at the end of this week. The Trump administration has urged that the two measures be combined. "If Republicans don't fix it when we're in charge, who wil...

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  • FEMA administrator says money won't
FEMA administrator says money won't "get in the way of saving lives"

The action has been brought by Becket , a nonprofit religious liberty law firm, on behalf of Harvest Family Church, Hi-Way Tabernacle and Rockport First Assembly of God churches. The bill, however, died in a Senate committee and therefore was never enacted. FEMA grants are allowed for nonprofits that provide critical services or that are open to...

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  • ESTRILDA TROGLODYTES | About Me
ESTRILDA TROGLODYTES | About Me

The plumage of the adult male at all times has a dull brown color in the upper zones and ocher in the lower ones, although both parts are finely fringed in dark brown. It rarely consumes insects. Usually it is fed in groups of a few tens of copies, exceptionally hundreds, as do the sparrows. Reproduction; This is a monogamous and territorial ...

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  • Pakistan Has Done Enough to Fight Terror: General Bajwa
Pakistan Has Done Enough to Fight Terror: General Bajwa

The army chief said Pakistani security forces have paid with their blood the cost of wars from Operation Sher-e-Dil till Radd-ul-Fasaad. He said if the world powers could not help Pakistan in this war, then they should not hold it (Pakistan) responsible for their own failures.

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  • White Christians are no longer majority of Americans
White Christians are no longer majority of Americans

In 1976, a majority - 55 % - of Americans were white Protestants, the survey , conducted by the Public Religion Research Institute , or PRRI, shows. There are now 20 states where the religiously unaffiliated are a plurality, including: Vermont (41 percent), OR (36 percent), Washington (35 percent), Hawaii (34 percent), Colorado (33 percent) and N...

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  • White House: Denuclearizing North Korea Is Top Priority
White House: Denuclearizing North Korea Is Top Priority

His warning comes as North Korea diplomat Han Tae Song declared his government is ready to send "more gift packages" to the United States if the Trump administration continues to make "reckless provocations" to pressure Pyongyang to abandon its weapons programs.

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  • UP: Seven coaches of Shaktipunj Express derail in Obra
UP: Seven coaches of Shaktipunj Express derail in Obra

He also added, we immediately cleared the site, and all the passengers were out on the remaining coaches. Also, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said that they are increasing allocations for safety works. Over 74 people were injured because of the derailment. This is the first rail accident after Piyush Goyal took charge as the Railways Minister. ...

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  • Iowa Attorney General Joins Multistate Lawsuit To Preserve DACA
Iowa Attorney General Joins Multistate Lawsuit To Preserve DACA

In a presidential order in June 2012, president Barack Obama launched DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals - that aimed to provide a stable future for people who arrived in the country illegally as children and stayed. Leaving aside the petty jab at Barack Obama , is Trump asking Congress to legalize what his own attorney general ...

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  • US Navy Seals Train SKorean Team to Kill Kim Jong Un
US Navy Seals Train SKorean Team to Kill Kim Jong Un

He added he believes there is a "great possibility" the United States and North Korea could come to some sort of agreement should Trump and Kim sit down and talk. Rodman, who is in the perhaps unique position of having met both leaders, hopes that Trump will engage in talks with the North Korean regime despite the American president's recent sta...

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  • Jose becomes a hurricane, heading for Caribbean on heels of Irma
Jose becomes a hurricane, heading for Caribbean on heels of Irma

The estimated cost of rebuilding Barbuda is expected to be at least $150 million, the beginning of what could be a devastating impact from the storm that has hit Puerto Rico and is now moving towards the USA mainland. Katia, which is located in the western Gulf of Mexico, is packing winds of 80 miles per hour, according to an 11 p.m. ET adviso...

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  • Katia becomes hurricane in Gulf of Mexico
Katia becomes hurricane in Gulf of Mexico

Among the islands devastated by the monster storm is Barbuda, where Robert De Niro co-owns a resort. Irma will likely remain at category four or five for at least the next day or two, according to the National Hurricane Center . Daniel Gibb, a local official told Radio Caribbean International that here the island is facing "enormous catastro...

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  • Hurricane Relief Bill Set to Pass House as Aid Funds Nearly Gone
Hurricane Relief Bill Set to Pass House as Aid Funds Nearly Gone

And multiple Republicans tell CNN that with another hurricane threatening to impact Florida later this week and more detailed assessments coming in terms of the costs of recovery is Texas they expect more votes on additional disaster relief this fall.

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  • DACA recipient anxious time in classroom, United States might come to an end
DACA recipient anxious time in classroom, United States might come to an end

May we as a country be considerate of our neighbors and defend those whom we have offered protection and safe harbor. Legally once a person's DACA benefits expire or are rescinded, the person goes back to being deportable (unless they have some other way to stay in the US).

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  • Looking Back: Musings on Diversity and Identity in Hispanic and Latin American Children's Literature | We Need Diverse Books
Looking Back: Musings on Diversity and Identity in Hispanic and Latin American Children's Literature | We Need Diverse Books

Through the years I have seen enthusiastic teachers doing wonderful projects with the book and I have received numerous letters from students sharing with me how themselves, or some in their family, had suffered by having their names changed or disregarded.

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