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    Cyberpunk as Fuck Punk to the bone yan tree's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by 440Eye View Post
    Unless its a cactus I'm probably not going to have very good luck with anything.
    with you on that. would love to be able to garden if i could be bothered. go wild! replant the forrests

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    Quote Originally Posted by yan tree View Post
    with you on that. would love to be able to garden if i could be bothered. go wild! replant the forrests
    And the prairies!

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    I love a nice vibrant yard. Now that I actually have a yard it is full of random flowers and bushes. We have a bunch of roses this year as well. Cant wait until everything is in bloom. I will post photos.

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    Any Philly area peoples who want leek plants (blue solaise) hit me up. We have too many in the greenhouse.
    THATS THE DIY MOST THING I CAN THINK OF, EXCEPT LIKE PHOTOSYNTHESIS PLANTS ARE STRAIGHT CRIMETHINC

    Determinism takes some killing.

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    I was getting ready to prep the garden and we got another snow storm last night that's still going now. Supposed to get more tonight. I will post a link to our garden blog once we get started again.

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    So here's a bunch of photos I've taken this morning :

    The cherry tree (non-edible cherries) seen from my daughters room :


    My Laburnum, not yet fully blooming :


    Hyacinths amongst the lavender :


    A general view of the garden in front of my home :


    A part of the garden behind the house :


    My favourite flower, the Narcissus pseudonarcissus (how do you call that in english ???) :



    My Viburnum Tinus at the entrance (also not yet fully blooming) :


    And not (and never) blooming at all, my impressive Cypress amongst his other friends :


    And finally, a photo showing a glimpse of Lausanne, the nearest city, a bit of the Alps and my neighbours fruit trees :
    Walk in beauty...
    (A)//(E)

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    My favourite flower, the Narcissus pseudonarcissus (how do you call that in english ???) :

    Daffodils!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil View Post
    My favourite flower, the Narcissus pseudonarcissus (how do you call that in english ???) :

    Daffodils!!
    Thank you !!! In french it's jonquilles, in german Märzenbecher or Osterglocke (Easter Bell !) but I couldn't remember the english word for it...
    Walk in beauty...
    (A)//(E)

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    Garden Punx: if you can't smoke it or eat it don't grow it.

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    I just planted my basil for my apartment windows in various pots and cans (one can had Greek stuffed grape leaves, I need to get more of those!). It hasn't been warm enough to open the windows yet, but I hope SOON!!!

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