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Micom 2000
July 12th, 2006, 06:24 PM
Here's a slide show of my garden in all it's summer glory.
You can also see the lean-to greenhouse, and my home-made coldframe.

http://ca.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/bigwalk_ca/album?.dir=/6021re2&.src=ph&.tok=phLAqJFB0bIetaly

Without using "Tiny URL" it's likely a 2 shot copy/paste operation, but you plant lovers are up to it.

Must be feeling better now after the operation. (You don't want to know)

Took a couple of treeshots so CPM could see northern NA birdroosts for such as Gold-Finches.

Lawrence

alexkerhead
July 12th, 2006, 07:06 PM
Looks nice.

CP/M User
July 12th, 2006, 08:52 PM
Micom 2000 wrote:

> Here's a slide show of my garden in all it's summer
> glory.
> You can also see the lean-to greenhouse, and my home-
> made coldframe.

> Without using "Tiny URL" it's likely a 2 shot
> copy/paste operation, but you plant lovers are up to
> it.

> Must be feeling better now after the operation. (You
> don't want to know)

Me & my Op? Yeah, well past it, just got the dreded flu at the
moment.

> Took a couple of treeshots so CPM could see northern
> NA birdroosts for such as Gold-Finches.

A couple of those cypressrey trees look familiar - not sure
what their called - perhaps Conifer might be one of 'em!

Is that a Cape Tulip in the garden?

It was brought over to Aust. (from South Africa I believe) as
one of those bulbaceous plants for the garden - though has
become become an escapee. For some reason though I've never
out in the wild - only in weed books, usually in open areas
where farming takes place. A simular species - which I have
seen particularly in the higher cooler regions of the state is
Montbretia (while the flower is more Red/Orange & not star
shaped like Cape Tulip seems to be more destinctive in that
regard).

Interesting though. Ferns growing on the North side of the
house!

CP/M User.