NT-Pink Flowers Theme for WordPress

Posted on Saturday, December 8th 2007 2:18 am by menj in WordPress

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NT-Pink Flowers is a sweet 2-column theme with a dominating pink and yellow colour for WordPress. The theme is widgets-ready with optimised XHTML/CSS code and suitable for a personal girl blog or a blog regarding women issues and health.

Preview the theme and if you like it, download it.

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    • Michael C says:

      July 21st, 2012 at 6:12 pm

      The flower bed is just filled up with dirt, weeds, and pebbles. First I need to clean it out I guess but do I use the dirt that’s already in there or do put soil down? If you want to know, I live in Southern Arizona where it’s always dry and hot and I want to plant perennial flowers. I’m new to gardening and want to know how prepare the flower bed, what type of soil I need (if necessary) and any tips on types of flowers to plant. Thanks alot!

    • ScRSC says:

      July 21st, 2012 at 6:49 pm

      Hey anyone know of a good online site where i can buy some flowers? Thanks a bunch.

    • Denali says:

      July 25th, 2012 at 6:26 pm

      For Valentines Day, I’d like to buy some flowers for two girls I’m very close to (as friends). Each and every year they complain about how they never get flowers so I thought I’d do a nice thing and surprise them with flowers. What kind of flowers should I buy them and in what color? I’m aware each type of flower and it’s color have all these different meanings and I don’t want to send the wrong message, especially since I know that they know the meanings of flowers lol!

    • mr flibble says:

      July 25th, 2012 at 6:27 pm

      My female flowers on my zucchini plant have started to blossom but my male flowers have not. Most people say the male flowers are supposed to blossom before the female. I’m not sure what to do. If the male flowers do not blossom in time, then my female flowers would just die off.

    • The Beatles says:

      August 1st, 2012 at 4:34 pm

      I received a Christmas cactus about 2 1/2 weeks ago with some buds just starting and some buds almost all the way open. Since then, most of the flowers have bloomed beautifully, but about a week after the flower blooms, the flower itself starts to wilt and shrivel. Is this normal? The rest of the plant looks healthy, it’s just the flowers that are starting to shrivel up after blooming. If this is normal, should I pinch off the wilting flowers or just leave it alone?

    • llb443 says:

      August 9th, 2012 at 8:47 pm

      I have a tree in my front yard. I want to plant some flowers around it. Not from seed, though. I live in Michigan. The flowers would get no sun because the tree shades it. I also don’t want to have to water them every day. I like colorful flowers. Anyone know of which types of flowers would do well in that situation? Thanks.

    • skychi99 says:

      August 19th, 2012 at 2:31 pm

      I received a Christmas cactus about 2 1/2 weeks ago with some buds just starting and some buds almost all the way open. Since then, most of the flowers have bloomed beautifully, but about a week after the flower blooms, the flower itself starts to wilt and shrivel. Is this normal? The rest of the plant looks healthy, it’s just the flowers that are starting to shrivel up after blooming. If this is normal, should I pinch off the wilting flowers or just leave it alone?

    • Matthew S says:

      August 24th, 2012 at 6:43 am

      I have given up lamb,chicken,beef and pork and am eating only seafood and vegetable dishes,my urine is normally a clear colour but it now is darkish yellow,i am drinking plenty of water as well but not overdoing it,any ideas people?

    • thinkthought says:

      August 24th, 2012 at 7:41 am

      Ok i want to dye my hair a nice natural blonde(maybe dirty blonde)! my natural hair colour is a really dark brown! But im affraid that my colour will not be good! How can i have a good result and how to avoid yellow blonde?

    • Sriram R says:

      August 27th, 2012 at 2:28 pm

      I have used basking soda,aluminium, toothpaste and silver polish but it will not get rid of the yellow colour.

    • Kaden says:

      August 27th, 2012 at 2:28 pm

      1. What gives urine it’s yellow colour?
      2. d case problem is persistent bright yellow urine colour regardless of the amount of water taken in.. this has been noticed for the past few weeks.. any explanations/differential diagnoses and subsequent management??

    • opurt says:

      August 29th, 2012 at 11:26 am

      I want to make a rock filled garden but i wanted to plant flowers in it also. what flowers do well in rock gardens?

    • brincks26 says:

      August 29th, 2012 at 12:05 pm

      I’m getting married September 2010 and looking for fresh cut flower ideas. Can anyone tell me what flowers will be in season for my wedding?

    • norrin_shadowwolf says:

      August 30th, 2012 at 2:57 am

      I bought a bouquet of flowers from a local florist. He attached a little water packet to a couple of the larger flowers, and they’re wrapped in flower wrapping. I plan to deliver them to a friend, but they won’t be home for a few hours. How long will the flowers last in the wrapping?

    • John G says:

      September 6th, 2012 at 4:26 pm

      I have two burpless cucumber plants they have yellow flowers close to the stem at the bottom of the plant and what look like mini cucumbers with flowers on the end that havent flowered yet. I have been told I have to remove the male flowers or the fruit will be bitter but which is which as if I remove the wrong one there will be no cucumbers. Please help!

    • TommyKay says:

      September 20th, 2012 at 8:34 am

      I have flowers from an event that have been air drying for over a year (sort of forgot about them). Since they’ve become fragile, I’m concerned over typical methods used to wax fresh flowers because I’m afraid the wax will be too thick and will cause my flowers to break. Is there anything that can be done to thin the wax down or is there another approach that could be used to preserve them?

    • Harry says:

      September 20th, 2012 at 10:34 am

      I want to bleach it and i have all the conditioners and treatments so im ready. I know it will go a yellow to orange colour(the darkest it has ever gone is all lorange) bu ti want to put in a nice and easy ash blonde and then let my hair grow longer with that in. But do i need to use a toner after bleaching before i put the dye on or am i ok with just putting the ash blonde dye on.. or is there another brand of ash blonde i should use>??? My hair is short and in ok condition i condition every day and treatment once a week.

    • Ssshhhh Im becoming aroused says:

      October 3rd, 2012 at 8:29 pm

      We just moved and there is no type of landscaping in the yard. I would like to plant some flowers or flowering shrubs in the front and back. The front gets quite a bit of sun and the back is pretty shady. I am in Kenosha, which is southeastern Wisconsin, in the MidWest. I really like hydrangeas and dahlias, but don’t know anything about planting, care, etc. Please any advice for an extreme novice on a budget. Thanks a lot!

    • Alina Elliott says:

      October 12th, 2012 at 1:04 pm

      I received a beautiful bouquet of flowers and as they are slowly dying off, I was wondering if I could somehow plant them in the ground, and have it grow into a plant. After all, flower seeds come from flowers, right?

    • nick s says:

      October 14th, 2012 at 12:19 am

      How do flowers reproduce??? Can you please explain this in 1 or 2 paragraphs and site your source?
      Thank you!!!!!!
      :o)

    • jdubdoubleu7704 says:

      October 18th, 2012 at 9:29 am

      Some flowers heat up to provide warmth for pollinators as well as broadcast the flower’s scents. How does the flower produce heat?

      a. It releases the energy in ATP.
      b. Instead of using glucose for energy to make ATP, the energy in glucose is released as heat.
      c. It doesn’t produce heat; it stores the sun’s heat.
      d. It uses heat generated in cellular respiration.

    • Eric says:

      October 18th, 2012 at 10:02 am

      Okay I need help!!! This is my senior prom, and I need an idea for the boutonniere and corsage. I have a like bluish teal dress. I don’t know what color flower or what type of flower I want. So what are the best flowers for a corsage or boutonniere? What is the most common or the most unique? Thanks!

    • josh12rox says:

      October 18th, 2012 at 10:29 am

      I recently moved out of state to start a new job. This job was a huge blessing financially for my family. I left my wife and 4 year old daughter to start this new journey and miss them terribly. Eventually they will be moving too, but not until we deal with our house, which could be a while. I want to send them both some flowers, any ideas as to what color/style to send? I want the flowers to represent love, and a new beginning for us all.

      Thanks.

    • Phillip123 says:

      October 20th, 2012 at 8:28 am

      I am planning on an October 2nd wedding. I have no idea what color/kind of flowers to use for the bouquets. We are getting married in an old country church and plan on keeping the church plain (no extra flowers because we are on a strict budget). I want to keep it nice and simple. Any suggestions?

    • Victoria T says:

      October 22nd, 2012 at 4:57 am

      I have a tree in my front yard. I want to plant some flowers around it. Not from seed, though. I live in Michigan. The flowers would get no sun because the tree shades it. I also don’t want to have to water them every day. I like colorful flowers. Anyone know of which types of flowers would do well in that situation? Thanks.

    • Balla says:

      October 25th, 2012 at 10:23 pm

      his colours are green and yellow together its cool and i only know one colour how does he do it thanks for answer!!

    • mike s says:

      November 9th, 2012 at 5:23 pm

      Do you have to plant the flowers diagonally like you do in wild world, the ds version?

      Please answer! Thanks!

    • Duke says:

      November 22nd, 2012 at 6:29 am

      I’m trying to find some good plants, flowers and bushes to fill flower beds along the front side of our house. We don’t really want to spend to much money. Something simple with color. If you have any suggestions please let me know…thanks!

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