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Andrea Dravigne, Tina Marie Waliczek, R.D. Lineberger, and J.M. Zajicek

determine gardeners’ and nongardeners’ perception of life satisfaction ( Waliczek et al., 2005 ), and results indicated statistically significant differences in comparisons of the overall life satisfaction scores with gardeners receiving higher mean scores

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Barbara Gilmore, Nahla Bassil, April Nyberg, Brian Knaus, Don Smith, Danny L. Barney, and Kim Hummer

Peonies, family Paeoniaceae, were first recognized as a medicinal plant in Asia several thousand years ago ( Hsu et al., 1986 ). In the late 1700s, peonies were imported from Asia and Europe into North America for use as a garden flower ( Harding

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Julia Charlotte Robinson, Guochen Yang, Sanjun Gu, and Zhongge (Cindy) Lu

mixed competitive ligand and partial agonist of the serotonin receptor J. Agr. Food Chem. 51 19 2178 2181 Cogger, T.L. Ashland, W.I. Burgdorf, D. 2009 Community garden guide season extension high tunnel. Natural Resources Conservation Service 13 June

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Charles E. Barrett, Xin Zhao, and Robert McSorley

procedures were adapted from Rivard and Louws (2006) in which young seedlings are grafted and held together using 2.0-mm or 1.5-mm silicone clips (Hydro-Gardens, Colorado Springs, CO). Grafting took place 34 d and 28 d after scions were sown for 2010 and

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

diminished their pain. Furthermore, the presence of plants in the hospital room promoted a positive image of the hospital as a healing environment and a place designed to be sensitive to patient needs. As patients recovered from surgery and regained mobility

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Ghazal Tarar, Coleman L. Etheredge, Amy McFarland, Amy Snelgrove, Tina M. Waliczek, and Jayne M. Zajicek

stress, renew vital energy, and speed healing processes ( McPherson, 2000 ). People who live in a greener environment showed more signs of healthy living ( DeVries et al., 2003 ). Furthermore, a study documented when college students under stress from an

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Nathalie Nivot, Alain Olivier, and Line Lapointe

gibberellin on this callus until it differentiates into a shoot ( Edgren, 1993 ). Such technique can be used by experienced gardeners but is difficult to upscale to commercial production. The other herbaceous species selected for the present study naturally

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Arsène Similien, Dennis A. Shannon, C. Wesley Wood, Edzard van Santen, Nirmal Joshee, and Wheeler G. Foshee

medicinal crop. p. 580–586. In: Janick, J. and A. Whipkey (eds.). Trends in new crops and new uses. ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA Mannfried, P. 1993 Healing plants. Barron’s Educational Series, Inc., Hauppauge, NY Sturdivant, L. Blakley, T. 1999 Medicinal herbs

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Derek W. Barchenger, Danise L. Coon, and Paul W. Bosland

of the wound healing process of plants ( Wang et al., 2013 ), and ethylene has been shown to play a critical role in suberization due to wounding ( Lulai and Suttle, 2004 ). Fig. 3. Floral abscission zone browning, likely caused by cell suberization

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Min-Jung Lee

, M. 1995 Healing garden Landscape Architecture 85 56 58 Dhabhar, F.S. Miller, A.H. McEwen, B.S. Spencer, R.L. 1995 Effects of stress on immune cell distribution. Dynamics and hormonal mechanisms J. Immunol. 154 5511 5527 Doxon, L.E. Mattson, R.H. 1987