Will my gerber daisy bloom again next year if I take care of it?

If live in southern California, maybe you could put it outside

Otherwise, to keep it alive indoors, you would need VERY bright lights. I find the lightbulbs designed for people who are sensitive to light levels in the winter and fabulous for my plants. They imitate natural light. Any bulb like that would be suitable

Plants indoors have low light (from a plants point of view) and plants that can survive low light just fine, may none the less not bloom, because bloom requires very bright light.

How fast was a man named Bloom?

It's a drinking song isn't it?

He wasn't very fast, because:

There once was a man named Bloom

Who very nearly came to his doom

He stood saying he was irate

nearly take out by a pirate

Who stood on top of his tomb.How fast was a man named Bloom?
His first name was Shaboom!How fast was a man named Bloom?
aint got a clue is there a man named bloom

Orlando bloom i need help if u know alot about hime then help?

i need 2 know his parents names, if he has any siblings, what was his child hood like ,what his education, what were his challenges/obstacles, accomplishments, and any other good info plez help and thanxOrlando bloom i need help if u know alot about hime then help?
wikipedia is your friend darlin, lol


sorted! x)Orlando bloom i need help if u know alot about hime then help?
need 2 know? i think ur just a stalker :(
If you google him or search in yahoo you will find everything you need but I have copied one the best bio's I have seen for you to see.

Take care,



Orlando Bloom Biography

Born on January 13, 1977 in Canterbury, England, Orlando Bloom's plans of becoming an actor developed quite early when he realized that the characters on TV and in the movies weren't real, that they were actors. ';Once I realized that I could be Superman or I could be The Hustler or I could be Daniel Day Lewis's character in The Last Of The Mohicans - I was like, ';Man, I can become an actor and be all of those things.'; In 1993, he moved to London to improve his career, doing bit parts in TV series like ';Casualty';. Orlando spent two years at the National Youth Theatre before getting a scholarship to train with the British American Drama Academy. His first memorable appearance, a cameo in the critically acclaimed movie Wilde in 1997, earned him various film offers, which he all turned down in favor to play theatre. After Wilde, Orlando attended the Guildhall School of Music and Drama for 3 years. On stage, he appeared in plays like ';The Seagull';, ';Twelfth Night';, and ';Trojan Women';.

Orlando's first major movie role was in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, playing the ethereal elf Legolas Greenleaf, a role he received only days before graduating drama school in London. Two years later, when The Fellowship of the Ring premiered, audiences were in instant awe of the blonde haired, blue eyed elf with killer cheek bones, who was also handy with a bow and arrow. It didn't take long for Orlando to become a full fledged teen heartthrob, hailed by magazines as ';The next big thing';. In interviews and magazines, fans discovered that off-screen, Orlando was quite different than his movie counterpart. With brown eyes, dark hair, olive skin, and a keen yet quirky fashion sense, he looked right at home on the cover of GQ. Unlike the quiet Legolas, Orlando was full of energy and infectious enthusiasm, charming everyone he worked with, along with the fans. In interviews, he described himself as an adrenaline junky; skydiving, bungee jumping, surfing and snowboarding in his spare time. This live life to it's fullest concept seems to come partly from a brush with death that Orlando had while in drama school. Falling 3 stories from a friend's roof terrace, Orlando faced the possibility of never walking again, but was able to walk out of the hospital 12 days later.

A walking miracle, Orlando seemed to be on the road to mega-stardom. Released shortly after the The Fellowship of the Ring was the gritty war drama, Black Hawk Down, directed by Ridley Scott. Orlando played Private First Class Todd Blackburn, and showed the enthusiasm, excitement and nervousness of an 18 year old soldier new to the world of war in Somalia. Shadowing a real life experience, his character falls from a helicopter and breaks his back. His next role was that of Joe Byrne in Ned Kelly, a historical biopic of the infamous Australian outlaw. Even though the movie had a limited release, the reviews were positive for Orlando's portrayal of Ned Kelly's right hand man. Next came the swashbuckling blockbuster Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, which cemented Orlando's place as the action movie ';It Boy';. Playing the dashing yet straight-laced blacksmith, Will Turner, Orlando won even more hearts by showing off his sword fighting skills alongside his idol, Johnny Depp, while romancing the film's heroine played by Keira Knightley. In 2004 came another period action movie, Troy. Although the role of Paris saw Orlando again using a sword and bow, it was a departure from his past roles. Paris was an anti-hero, young and foolish at times, sacrificing all for love. Also released in 2004, although only limited in Europe, was the indie film The Calcium Kid, a mockumentary comedy about a milkman who becomes a boxer. Orlando was able to show off his comedic skills while playing a modern character, with no weapons or costumes. The indie film Haven also made its debut at the 2004 Toronto Film Festival. Orlando both starred in and co-produced the film. It has yet to be released into theaters.

Orlando's first starring role in a major production was in Kingdom of Heaven, released in 2005. Although the film was considered a box office disappointment, the reviews of Orlando's acting were positive. He was able to convey the inner turmoil of a man on a journey of spiritual and self discovery. Orlando's next starring role will be that of Drew Baylor in Elizabethtown. A modern comedic drama written and directed by Cameron Crowe. A sequel to Pirates of the Caribbean titled Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest will be released in Summer 2006.

Although Orlando has grown since his premiere in The Lord of the Rings, he still has the same genuine love of life and work. He likes to keep his family and friends out of the li
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  • Could you give me planting instructions for my phalaenopsis saga pearl? Do they bloom all year long?

    depending on the conditions(light,water)ect they can bloom several times in one yr.best mediam i have found is spagnum moss or a asmundum(tree moss)if a indoor plant it should be watered only a couple times a week,outside during summer moths water when the moss get bry to the touch(stick a finger in around the roots)fertilize once every two weeks using a 20-20-20 bloom booster,during winter cut back on water to once a week and fertilize once a monthCould you give me planting instructions for my phalaenopsis saga pearl? Do they bloom all year long?
    This may help. Too beautiful!


    When is the best springtime to see the desert in bloom?

    We would like to come in MarchWhen is the best springtime to see the desert in bloom?
    Late February through early June. Peak season is usually April or early May depending upon how much rain we have had during the winter and early spring. You will see different blooms at different times... Enjoy!!When is the best springtime to see the desert in bloom?
    The desert doesn't bloom all at once, it goes in shorts and spurts throughout the year. The Botanical Garden has a nice bit on it. Bring light, breathy clothes, it'll be in the 90s.

    When do lilies bloom?

    I'm not sure what kind of lily I have planted... I think it is pink %26amp; white.

    The plant is about 4 feet tall %26amp; has lots of buds on them, but they're not blooming. Does anyone know what time of year they bloom?When do lilies bloom?
    Different lilies bloom at different times of the year. My Easter lilies just came into bloom this week, and if your's have buds then they should bloom shortly.When do lilies bloom?
    Daylilies bloom throughout the summer and into fall. Give it some time to get accustomed to it's new home. Water every other day (1 gal) and throw a small scoop of a balanced plant food into the water once a week until it blooms.

    Cut back the feeding to once a month after it starts blooming.
    my lilies bloomed in the spring,now I have bubs on them again so they'll be blooming soon,so will yours,so be a little patient,and you will have some nice flowers in your garden.
    I'm sure then very shortly its going to bloom. Just wait.
    Sounds as if you have Asian lilies, usually a spring bloomer. But if you have buds, you will have blooms in a few days.

    My 2 year old tea rose bush did not bloom the 2nd year .......why?

    I bought a beautiful rose bush in the spring of 2007 ,it had really beautiful rose that year. I cut it back in the fall did not mulch and come spring it took its time with any kind of foilage.Then something strange happened,a new sprout came up in a total different area of the base and grew with leaves to about 3 inches. Alas, one little rose came up.Eventually ,the stems in the old base spot came up ,but no flowers all summer. What happened?My 2 year old tea rose bush did not bloom the 2nd year .......why?
    Roses are gross feeders and need lots of fertilizer, moisture and sun to do well.

    If you haven't fertilized, do this with a rose food such as sudden impact, if your not watering make sure it gets a regular deep water, and if it isn't getting any sun move it to a sunnier position.

    If you have cut it back too far, it may take some time to recover. Roses grow 'water shoots' to renew the shrub. Completely new branches grow from the bottom each year and the roses grow on the top of these. If you have cut the plant back so hard, or it has died back you may only have the root stock left. If the rose was the same as the original purchased plant this is not the case. If the rose that flowered was different - Dr Huey is a single dark crimson than that is from the root stock. Cut any stems from below the graft completely off.

    You won't be able to see what is happening till you revitalize the bush. Don't despair, treat with TLC and wait and see what happens.

    Good luck. My 2 year old tea rose bush did not bloom the 2nd year .......why?
    If a rose does well the first year then it usually does well from then on unless a winter damages it. I wonder if the winter killed the top graft and now you have the understock growing. The understock is usually a climber called Dr. Huey and it is a semi double red rose. What happens is that when a winter kills part of the main rose this gives the very vigorous understock a change to grow and because it is so vigorous it will in time make the main rose so weak it will die off the next cold winter. To see what rose is growing, take a trowel and pull the soil away from the base and if the canes are coming from above the union bump then it is the main one. If they are growing out from below the bump, it will be the understock. The chances of bring back the main on are slim if it is the understock that is growing. You would have to tear (not cut) the long canes off at the base so it forms a wound and then they won't come back. Hope this helps
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