In my column today, I am going to attempt something that I seldom do.
The story that I am going to share with you about my personal involvement with the historical and unprecedented events that took place on September 11, 2001, may be hard for some to believe.
Dollarweed (Hydrocotyle spp.) is a warm-season perennial weed. It gets its name from the silver-dollar shaped leaves.
Chamberbitter is a warm-season, annual weed that emerges in early summer. It reproduces by seeds that are found on the underside of each branchlet.
Anthurium is derived from the Greek words “anothos” and “oura” meaning flower and tail.
Florida betony (Stachys floridana) is an aggressive weed native to Florida that appeared in South Carolina in the 1940s and 50s. It is also known as wild artichoke and rattlesnake weed.
I have often been asked by people and those who work in concert with me in putting my articles, pamphlets, books, and other literary material together where do I get the ideas from to write and compile so many compositions continually.
Every so often, I feel it necessary to change the course or the routine way in how I present issues and stories in my weekly column.
For many years now, I have endeavored to embrace and live by the following principle: “People will either increase you or decrease you.”