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What a wonderful world

Category: my garden | Posted: Wed Mar 31, 2010 2:00 pm

I find it amazing, in this warm temperate climate, to think that in the northern hemisphere many plants have the tenacity to grow fast and furious all springand summer, get snowed under in winter to emerge once again like true survivors come spring. And the concept that many plants are treated as annuals, to be grow again from scratch the following year. In Melbourne (south eastern Australia), one can grow a fair variety of plants from alover the world. (sadly, so far less so in my current home of Perth in Western Aust but look out sleepy city I'm going to garden this state if it kills me). I do find it amazing that different countries, in this context of all things botanical, can have so much in common and yet be so incredibly diversified. It is one reason why i love this site and I also find it so inspirational to know so many people put so much love into their passion of nuturing green life


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daisybeans wrote on Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:00 pm:


I am with you all the way Brombear, and good luck taming that soil of Perth.





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