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MHajduk



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Asters in the YONG's favorite color Wink :


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Post 07 Oct 2009, 10:52
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YONG



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Beautiful flowers. Razz


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MHajduk



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Hehe, yeah life is powerful and invincible. Wink

Here you have a photo taken yesterday: Snowball Tree ("boules de neige") (on the left side) and lilac growing near by:


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shoorick



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some exotic for habitants of megapolises Wink

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MHajduk



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Nature is a closed system. In the living world everything is included into the circulation of matter: what is a junk for one living being becomes food for another. Wink Most beautiful and fragrant flowers grow on the despised manure. Wink
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MHajduk



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tom tobias



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MHajduk wrote:

In the living world everything is included into the circulation of matter:
How right you are:

cow manure

Smile
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YONG



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Wow! The colour of Pot Marigold is unique! Razz


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MHajduk



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tom tobias wrote:
cow manure
Thank you for finding this interesting site. Smile I can enrich my English vocabulary with a quite big set of the special gardener's terms. Wink

I'm a gardener-amateur and in my farming I used to apply the biodynamic agriculture rules according to the biodynamic calendars which are synchronized with the Moon phases (yeah, I know, this sounds somehow strange, but in fact every living being, animal or plant, is under the big influence of this celestial body Wink ).
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
Make no mistake - I'm straight!
Hehe, amazing palm tree. Smile Oh you lucky, you really live in the tropical place! Wink Here, we had the first autumnal night with the sub-zero temperatures...

Entrance to my little house. Smile

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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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MHajduk, yes, it is beautiful to have those plants in the walls, I had that one and another variant with much smaller leafs (and not so beautiful shape). With the time however, we learnt that those plans were excellent roaches attractors of prehistoric sizes that always managed to enter into the house. After many years we decided to remove them and paint the walls white instead Smile

Do you have the same problem with them? The problem is only perceivable in summer here.
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LocoDelAssembly wrote:
With the time however, we learnt that those plans were excellent roaches attractors of prehistoric sizes that always managed to enter into the house. After many years we decided to remove them and paint the walls white instead Smile

Do you have the same problem with them? The problem is only perceivable in summer here.
Hmm... interesting, because I (fortunately) haven't observed such problem with insects (seems that they know where are limits of their living space - only mosquitos and flies notoriously break this specific "peace treaty" Wink ). I think that problem with cockroaches is rather more characteristic for big cities and places with a big density of population than villages. Smile We have some problems with ants which live everywhere, even near the house foundations. Confused
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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I live somewhere around here. Not a very city-like place but probably the conditions of humidity and temperature here are excellent for roaches in summer Wink
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shoorick



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thanks, tom, for the interesting link Smile

btw, a traditional ukrainian house is made of large bricks (so called "saman") of clay, straw and horse manure, which gives strength to bricks.
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YONG



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Nothing special - just some trees and the blue sky ...


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MHajduk



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This tree looks quite unusual due to the epiphytes covering its boughs! Wink

To be more exact, Virginia creeper doesn't grow directly on the house walls - it wreathes special wooden, roofed construction (bower) built near by the house:

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Azu



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Pretty Smile

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MHajduk



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Thanks. Smile
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YONG



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The Virginia creeper is pretty but also "creepy" - I always thought that such plants would attract evil spirits! Confused Wink


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MHajduk



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Hehe, piece of a jungle in the middle of a city. Wink
YONG wrote:
The Virginia creeper is pretty but also "creepy" - I always thought that such plants would attract evil spirits! Confused Wink
Quite opposite, this is a very good barrier against every evil force! Wink Razz

Look at this photo:

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