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Re: Your garden and plants
« Reply #60 on: November 06, 2019, 12:04:21 PM »
My eggplants.  I don't know why one is like a donut and one is long and thin.  Is it a sign of fertility?  Looks kind of obscene.


Oh you got eggplants!!! I tried but they did nothing but leafs. I got some zucchini but none tomatoes. Last summer I got huge much tomatoes but none of past summer. I don't know why. My neighbour did not got any tomatoes either. It was weird. Ialso have cherries, other berries like millions and I have 3 mulberry trees, Gaden do you know how I should nurture mulberry trees? Oldest is about 5 years old, I am not sure how old it is. I went a short garden course led by botanical garden master but he did not know anything about mulberry trees  :p

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Re: Your garden and plants
« Reply #61 on: November 06, 2019, 05:14:15 PM »
Oh you got eggplants!!! I tried but they did nothing but leafs. I got some zucchini but none tomatoes. Last summer I got huge much tomatoes but none of past summer. I don't know why. My neighbour did not got any tomatoes either. It was weird. Ialso have cherries, other berries like millions and I have 3 mulberry trees, Gaden do you know how I should nurture mulberry trees? Oldest is about 5 years old, I am not sure how old it is. I went a short garden course led by botanical garden master but he did not know anything about mulberry trees  :p


Well...plants and vegetables have varieties which do well in different parts of the country and different seasons.  I've planted tomatoes one season where I get thousands of tomatoes but other seasons I get none.  It could be the weather or it could be lack of bees to pollinate.  My only suggestion is to  plant a few varieties at different parts of the seasons and see which variety does best.  You could also pollinate the flowers by hand.

I've planted blue berries and blackberries but I've never tended to them.  I just water them now and then and let them fend themselves.  Some have given fruits but usually birds or squirrels or bats would get the fruits before I get to try them. 

I believe my high school had some mulberry trees around a tennis court.  The grounds maintenance people doesn't take care of them that much but they yielded a lot of fruits, so I guess it doesn't need much care except water.  I used to play tennis and wack a few balls and picked some mulberries and eat.  Back then I didn't even know if they were poisonous or not but I just keep on eating.  Then I went home and get diaria.

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« Reply #62 on: November 07, 2019, 02:13:57 PM »

Well...plants and vegetables have varieties which do well in different parts of the country and different seasons.  I've planted tomatoes one season where I get thousands of tomatoes but other seasons I get none.  It could be the weather or it could be lack of bees to pollinate.  My only suggestion is to  plant a few varieties at different parts of the seasons and see which variety does best.  You could also pollinate the flowers by hand.

I've planted blue berries and blackberries but I've never tended to them.  I just water them now and then and let them fend themselves.  Some have given fruits but usually birds or squirrels or bats would get the fruits before I get to try them. 

I believe my high school had some mulberry trees around a tennis court.  The grounds maintenance people doesn't take care of them that much but they yielded a lot of fruits, so I guess it doesn't need much care except water.  I used to play tennis and wack a few balls and picked some mulberries and eat.  Back then I didn't even know if they were poisonous or not but I just keep on eating.  Then I went home and get diaria.
What type of blueberries you have, removed wild or highbush blueberries?
 
Okay... mulberrychocolate and mulberrytea for Gaden's christmas present  -hi5

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Re: Your garden and plants
« Reply #63 on: November 08, 2019, 05:09:22 PM »
What type of blueberries you have, removed wild or highbush blueberries?
 
Okay... mulberrychocolate and mulberrytea for Gaden's christmas present  -hi5



I was mistaken, I don't have blueberries.  It was raspberry and blackberries that I have.  They are vines and prefered to creep along the ground.  I built them a nice trellis to climb on but they said fock that I want ground.

Those mulbwerry are nasty, they like to pee on your hands.


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« Reply #64 on: November 09, 2019, 12:25:03 AM »

I was mistaken, I don't have blueberries.  It was raspberry and blackberries that I have.  They are vines and prefered to creep along the ground.  I built them a nice trellis to climb on but they said luck that I want ground.



Juicy  -dribble
Oh, those stubborn blackberries! You are funny Gaden, you should write a book  :p

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Re: Your garden and plants
« Reply #65 on: November 21, 2019, 04:31:09 PM »


My betel leaves are doing pretty well this time of year.  I picked some betel leaves to cook some bo la lot.





But I'd like to give that lady over there, a bouquet of betel leaves.  Betel leaves and areca nut signifies love and marriage.  But with the betel leaves alone I believe it means jealousy, rage and destruction.


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« Reply #66 on: November 21, 2019, 08:24:55 PM »
These are my  super sweet white-flesh glovefruits.  I grew them from seeds and everyone said they won't bear fruits, but what do they know. They didn't know biochem like I do.




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« Reply #67 on: November 21, 2019, 08:50:35 PM »
And these are Goji berries, the only fruits known to man capable of inducing HGH so obviously I grew them for all the uncles in here - like Uncle Gaden, Uncle OJ and Uncle Linskees.


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« Reply #68 on: November 21, 2019, 11:49:43 PM »
Kneegrows jungle are good gardeners as opposed to jockey camels.  :)

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Re: Your garden and plants
« Reply #69 on: November 28, 2019, 02:13:12 AM »

My betel leaves are doing pretty well this time of year.  I picked some betel leaves to cook some bo la lot.

But I'd like to give that lady over there, a bouquet of betel leaves.  Betel leaves and areca nut signifies love and marriage.
Is that the altar lady you wanted to give a bouquet?
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  But with the betel leaves alone I believe it means jealousy, rage and destruction.
What happened? She stopped feeding you on her buddhist altar? There there Gaden  -hugsmile , don't be jealous and don't feel rage. You are a cat-man and cat-men are popular and wanted for some women.

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« Reply #70 on: November 29, 2019, 05:27:29 PM »
Is that the altar lady you wanted to give a bouquet?

What happened? She stopped feeding you on her buddhist altar? There there Gaden  -hugsmile , don't be jealous and don't feel rage. You are a cat-man and cat-men are popular and wanted for some women.



The betel leaves are dedicated for all women.  It's mostly for that troll fighting lady.  She needs to hone her aggressive destructive killer instincts.  That altar lady hasn't been feeding the birds that much lately, she needs hone her love for animals by leaving out a jackfruit or something.


As you all know... the story of the Betel leaves and areca nut, the leaves embodies the woman, so pure and dignified but embroidered in calamitous events.  The areca nut is the man or husband.  The lime is the brother of the man which signifies family bond.


https://www.vivutravel.com/vietnam-travel-guide/vietnamese-myths-and-legends/legend-of-the-betel-leaves-and-the-areca

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« Reply #71 on: November 29, 2019, 09:43:09 PM »


The betel leaves are dedicated for all women.  It's mostly for that troll fighting lady.  She needs to hone her aggressive destructive killer instincts.  That altar lady hasn't been feeding the birds that much lately, she needs hone her love for animals by leaving out a jackfruit or something.


As you all know... the story of the Betel leaves and areca nut, the leaves embodies the woman, so pure and dignified but embroidered in calamitous events.  The areca nut is the man or husband.  The lime is the brother of the man which signifies family bond.


https://www.vivutravel.com/vietnam-travel-guide/vietnamese-myths-and-legends/legend-of-the-betel-leaves-and-the-areca
Thank you Gaden for sharing stories, I love stories  -heart (of course only the happy ones)
This is funny... I just googled about Vietnamese stories and what I found about the Mon Man :D

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« Reply #72 on: November 29, 2019, 10:42:25 PM »
I was trying to pose wearing my Patek Phillippe 1518 steel while tending to my passionfruit climber, but the silly watch refused to be put on my wrist.

Meanwhile this particular passionfruit grove is located in Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France, but hell, the owner refused to let me trespass into it.

But anyway, I do always tend my garden in my mansionm the Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France, while wearing a Patek Phillppe 1548 steel.





 -kissyface

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« Reply #73 on: November 30, 2019, 02:43:37 AM »
Oh by the way, this is the view overlooking the Côte d'Azur from Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France.

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFdzWHNP-LU[/video]

Priceless isn't it.  -kissyface

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Re: Your garden and plants
« Reply #74 on: November 30, 2019, 09:28:46 AM »
Oh by the way, this is the view overlooking the Côte d'Azur from Villa Leopolda, Villefranche-sur-Mer, France.

[video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YFdzWHNP-LU[/video]

Priceless isn't it.  -kissyface

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It is if you don't like privacy.
I don't like to watch houses and boats and people. My favourite place is a cabin on the forest where is a private pond. Trees, water, sunlight dancing on the water and omg those colors of green on the plants  -heart . Well, there is a rowboat but it only moves if oneself wants to go boating and it is soundless. The closest neighbour is somewhere a kilometre away so there is no people. That is how I like it. During time I might buy more and more forest around the pond so finally I have a one big nature reserve. Maybe when those neighbours are old I buy them out too and I have 2 ponds on my nature reserve  :D .

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« Reply #75 on: November 30, 2019, 03:05:30 PM »
It is if you don't like privacy.
I don't like to watch houses and boats and people. My favourite place is a cabin on the forest where is a private pond. Trees, water, sunlight dancing on the water and omg those colors of green on the plants  -heart . Well, there is a rowboat but it only moves if oneself wants to go boating and it is soundless. The closest neighbour is somewhere a kilometre away so there is no people. That is how I like it. During time I might buy more and more forest around the pond so finally I have a one big nature reserve. Maybe when those neighbours are old I buy them out too and I have 2 ponds on my nature reserve  :D .

How fascinating, that sounds like a haunted swampy land where the likes of the lochness monster live.  -kissyface

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« Reply #76 on: December 01, 2019, 12:11:08 AM »
How fascinating, that sounds like a haunted swampy land where the likes of the lochness monster live.  -kissyface

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There is no lochness monster but a few endangered species and a dragon. I was told that the dragon has the key.

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« Reply #77 on: December 01, 2019, 01:23:35 AM »
Ah so you are a targaeryen? What's it like riding dragons?  Could dragons convert a male into a woman? If it could then it'll explain some things :)

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« Reply #78 on: December 01, 2019, 07:02:36 AM »
Ah so you are a targaeryen? What's it like riding dragons?  Could dragons convert a male into a woman? If it could then it'll explain some things :)
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My dragon is quite cranky, it roars and bucks but it lights my fire. It is usefull when I play with my firetoys even the dlames are hot. Skin is very soft, I think it is because I am giving massages with a salva meant for dragon skin. I cannot resist but I have to hug, kiss and lean on it. The salva adapts with the dragon skin warmth and my cheeks are soft like dragons butt. It feels soft to lean and be holded by it's wings. It likes when I smooth it's chest. Riding on the dark blue sky during milky way turns the cells upside down, they kind of born again and sparkles, I can see the cells sparkling throught my skin. Against the dark blue sky they are like northern lights. If the speed is too fast or the dragon makes too quick turns I am afraid but otherwise I enjoy of the ride.
You have to ask from the dragon what the key is for and what magical skills it has, I have no answer for that. It tends to juggle with the key just for the tease so I know it is there but I don't know which is the right lock. I have tried to steal the key many times but I always get caught.

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« Reply #79 on: December 01, 2019, 09:52:40 AM »


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