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Date registered: January 20, 2011

Latest posts

  1. Our last encounter — April 28, 2011
  2. Amaryllis Trivia — April 28, 2011
  3. Dahlia trivia — April 28, 2011
  4. Geramium Trivia — April 26, 2011
  5. Hyacinth Trivia — April 25, 2011

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Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

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Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading

Apr
19

Helpful Advice

Dear Future Student, If you are planning to take Digital Story Telling in the near future, here are a few words of advice. If you take this class with Martha Burtis you will have no tests or quizzes, sounds great … Continue reading

Apr
19

Cherry Blossom

Fun Facts about the Cherry Blossom Most people living in Virginia or attending the University of Mary Washington are familiar with Cherry Blossoms. These flowers bloom once a year and there is always a big festival held in Washington, DC. … Continue reading

Older posts «

Apr
28

Amaryllis Trivia

Amaryllis aka “Belladona Lilly ” Facts The name Amaryllis comes from the Greek word “amarysso” which means “to sparkle”. The Amaryllis is commonly referred to as the “‘Lilly” in South Africa, the UK and Italy. This is because the flower … Continue reading

Apr
28

Dahlia trivia

Dahlia Facts The Dahlia is native to Mexico, Columbia, and Central America. The species ‘Dahlia Pinnata’ is the National flower of Mexico. This Dahlia is also the official flower of Seattle, Washington. Dahlias have tuberous roots which enable them to … Continue reading

Apr
26

Geramium Trivia

Geranium Facts The Geranium is native to temperate, Mediterranean  and African regions around the world. There are over 422 species of Geraniums and they are commonly known as ‘cranesbill’. This name is derived from the seed capsule found on some … Continue reading

Apr
25

Hyacinth Trivia

Hyacinth Facts Hyacinths originated in Turkey, Mediterranean and African regions. Once again the Netherlands is the main producer of this plant. The flowers are star shaped unlike the grape hyacinth, in which the flowers resemble a cluster of grapes. March … Continue reading

Apr
25

Petunia Trivia

Petunia Facts Petunias are native to South America and mainly produced in Argentina. Other plants in the Petunia family include gooseberries, tobacco, chili peppers, tomatoes, deadly nightshades(which is a toxic berry plant) and potatoes. The word Petunia originated from the … Continue reading

Apr
21

Daffodils

Fun facts about Daffodils Daffodils are the national flower of Wales and they are traditionally worn on St. Davids day. If you were born in March, your birth flower is the Daffodil. The Daffodil symbolizes the Chinese New Year and … Continue reading

Apr
20

Tulip Trivia

  The Tulip was discovered in Central Asia and was first produced by the Turks. From here the flower migrated to places like Europe and Holland. After the introduction of tulips in the early 1600′s, farmers started to produce and … Continue reading