Are flower bonds still available?
Type of U.S. Government bond that, regardless of its cost price, was acceptable at par value in payment of estate taxes if the decedent was the legal holder at the time of death; also called estate tax anticipation bond. Flower bonds stopped being issued in 1971, and the last of them, with a 31⁄2% coupon, matured in 1998. Emilio Baez of Naples, Florida
There are many different types of flower necklaces available in the market which are generally split into the natural or artificial varieties. Some types of natural flower necklaces may be available all year round while others are seasonal where as artificial flower necklaces are generally available all year round.
Flower gardens are any sized plots in your yard where you plant and grow flowers for your enjoyment. In some instances, people will grow flowers in pots or window boxes, if yard space is not available. ( Balcony gardens, etc for those who live in apartments. ) It would still be considered a flower garden. Any flowers you grow. whether directly in the ground or in containers, are considered flower gardens.
If a compound is saturated, this means that every bonding site is occupied by an element or an electron pair, and the compound doesn't want any more bonds. For example, saturated fats are hard to break down because there are no bonding sites. If a compound is unsaturated, this means it can still make bonds because open bonding sites are readily available. For an individual bond to be saturated, it can only be a SINGLE…