The first two articles treat copra production in the Philippines and growing bananas in the Philippines. Also treated are personal experiences with papaya plants, sweet potatoes, iipil-iipil, Aloe vera, pinto peam, dandelion, eggplant, Brugmansia, the polka-dot plant, lemon grass, kangkong, chayote, basil, alugbati bitter gourd, and Bermuda grass. These are good articles for those who are beginning to sstudy botany. They contain solid scientific information, and many scientific terms are explained. In several cases, I explained the the Greek and Latin origin of scientific names of the plants. I believe that God created these plants in the beginning, and this is important background information when approaching these articles. However, not much philosophy occurs in these articles.