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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby angel » Fri Dec 18, 2015 10:44 am

Wow that's great story. I just heard about the money tree but i never seen that kind of tree. In my neighbor house they have lots of plants and she always keep her plants alive taking care of it water everyday i saw it every morning before i come to work. Maybe she knows it i will ask her about that kind of bonsai plant.
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby lyrehc » Fri Dec 18, 2015 3:05 pm

Ulmus parvifolia my favorite tree.....or the Chinese elm....
Chinese elm is fast growing, deciduous or evergreen depending on its location, forms a graceful upright rounded canopy with shiny, dark green leathery leaves. Several dwarf varieties, sports of Ulmus parvifolia, exist which grow slower than the ordinary Chinese elm. Chinese Elm produce a fine network of twigs and branches help them turn into impressive Bonsai in a short time. A versitile and very popular species of Bonsai, especially with those just starting out with Bonsai.
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby lyrehc » Fri Dec 18, 2015 3:10 pm

Bougainvillea, this plant we see anywhere in the philippines, i cant even imagine i saw this one here in egypt but as you can see this plant is full of thorns but it a wonderful plant to make a bonsai ..as you can see in the picture it is made bonsai by a gardener and its facinating that this thorny plant can be used as a bonsai and the effect was great.
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby lyrehc » Sun Dec 20, 2015 3:53 pm

As i was searching for a plant to put here i found this one of the amazing plant in the world.. The Mimosa pudica also known as ‘sensitive plant’ or ‘shy plant’ native to South America. But mimosa pudica can see all around the world especially in shady areas. The most attractive feature of mimosa pudica is nothing but its response to touch. Its leaves immediately fold up on touch. The primitive nervous system within this plant which balance flow of water from beneath of leaves which cause this sensitive nature.
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby angel » Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:53 pm

Its like Makahiya here? or thats the english name of Makahiya Lyrech? Correct me if im wrong please. Makahiya is very shy plants when i was small i want to step that but be extra careful because its something like small thorns on it.
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby lyrehc » Mon Dec 21, 2015 12:57 pm

angel wrote:Its like Makahiya here? or thats the english name of Makahiya Lyrech? Correct me if im wrong please. Makahiya is very shy plants when i was small i want to step that but be extra careful because its something like small thorns on it.


Yes you are correct angel that is makahiya
When i was small i used to play with it but the little thorns always hurt me...i heard a story that makahiya was once a woman that was turn into that plant and something..
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby crisipicada » Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:32 pm

I hardly grow flowers lately due to too much heat. Summer is great. On the other hand, it is not good to stay outside due to warm and humid
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby crisipicada » Tue Apr 26, 2016 11:28 pm

Last two weeks, started to plant string beans, patani and okra, all are vegetables. After a week, I can see the sprout and it makes me happy. Since, it rained last two days ago, I believe that it will grow big as it needs water so with sunlight and cultivation around its stem. It gives me pleasure and joy the result of your effort. Hopefully, by next month, I can harvest from my small garden.
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby cheryz » Thu Apr 28, 2016 10:28 pm

crisipicada wrote:Last two weeks, started to plant string beans, patani and okra, all are vegetables. After a week, I can see the sprout and it makes me happy. Since, it rained last two days ago, I believe that it will grow big as it needs water so with sunlight and cultivation around its stem. It gives me pleasure and joy the result of your effort. Hopefully, by next month, I can harvest from my small garden.



Wow that's great crisi. Its good when you have a large area at you house :) you can cook it when it ready to harvest :) fresh vegetable i love it.
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Re: Does Anyone Like to Garden?

Postby crisipicada » Mon May 16, 2016 9:10 pm

Last Sunday afternoon was raining and was so heavy. It was the first time after a long period of time of no rain.
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