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GARDENING SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: In Tamara Drewe (2010) and The Kids Are All Right (2010) the gardener has romantic invovements with the lead female character. Around The World In 80 Gardens : Complete BBC Series (2008); The Victorian Kitchen (2006); The Garden (2009) is about an urban garden in Los Angeles. The New World (2005) has some interesting theories about primitive gardening techniques. Greenfingers (2001) is about a prisoner who competes in a competition. In The Children of Huang Shi (2008) gardeining is the salvation of children. The New World (2006) shows that native Pocahontas knows how to properly grow food and is later rewarded for restoring the health of the ship explorers. The Secret Garden (1993), Back to the Secret Garden (2001) and The Secret Garden (1987), Beauty Of Flowers And Gardens (2007), Gardens Of The World With Audrey Hepburn (1990), Saving Grace (2000), Jerry Baker's Gardening Wisdom (2003), Jerry Baker's Garden Of Herbal Delights (2003), Gardening Tips for Housewives (2003), and Chihuly - Gardens & Glass are movies about gardening. The Constant Gardener (2005) is about corruption in the chemical industry and fertilizer. Something New (2006/I) and Beverly Hills Chihuahua have landscapers as heros. Tom's Midnight Garden (1999) is about a fantasy garden. Just Like Heaven (2005) and Monster-in-Law (2005) shows wonderful gardening and landscaping. Being There (1979) is about a gardener who becomes politically important. Many false beliefs exist about gardening, such as adding too much nitrogen (often as so-called compost) to the soil which can cause Vitamin C deficiency in the plant or burning the plant (usually yellow leaves are a symptom of this) or excessive growth of leaves, and less fruit, rather than putting compost on top of the plants, which still can attract too many non-beneficial bugs, often also called pests. Square box gardening, often involving wood, or adding any wood (even as compost) to the garden, has hazards, such as giving bugs, pests a place to hide and even adding too much nitrogen to the soil leached from the wood (moreover, some wood has been treated with poisons), but it can also cause excessive water to be wasted and for the plants to dry out quickly. Therefore, planting should be geared to the weather, and seeds should be likely planted deeper in more extreme weather. Overworking the soil can be a hazard and can disturb a healthy plant. Rather allowing a plant to continue to produce new growth and cutting off some of the new growth as food is often better than constantly replanting the same type of seeds. Seeds may need to be accustomed to a soil and come from many generations of seeds used to the same soil conditions. This can be called acclimitizing the seeds, or acclimitized seeds. Genetically engineered seed should be avoided, and likely legislation should be done to make it illegal to sell because it may cause cancer in lifeforms. The author believes it is generally false that plants can be overwatered, but fungus can grow or mold that can kill an excessively watered plant. Great gardens bring a sense of wealth and health to an environment.