Thursday, December 4, 2014

lazy gardening



The truth is that I know nothing about gardening. I also don't know English so well
and I do blog in English trying  not to think how funny or stupid I must appear many times with
my ridiculous English.
So why not trying to grow the flowers that I so love since my childhood.
I had time yesterday while waiting for my car in the garage (45,000 km treatment, in 2 years.) so I bought
those seeds in the near shop.
It says that they have to be in water 4 hours before planting.
Those Tropaelum are invasive plants. They came here from South America and we call them Monk's hat.I know Shirley in Australia loves them too.

10 comments:

  1. You are brave, Yael. Good luck with the flowers. I hope they are not confused by this heat today. Near Beer Sheva we have 28 degrees C.

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    1. Almost summer here too near jerusalem.

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  2. I think your English is a damn site better than mine Yael. Good look with the seeds.

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  3. If they grow like my nasturtium plants they will make a wonderful show and keep on coming up year after year. Not lazy gardening Yael, just ensuring a carpet of colour for a long time for minimal outlay!
    Your English is very good and you shouldn't worry about it ... how many of us cannot speak, let alone write, in another language [my hand goes up here].

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    1. I dont know why in my area I dont see those flowers. I hope I shall soon.

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  4. There's no such thing as a lazy gardener; we all just find the easiest methods.

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  5. I know I am a lazy gardner .

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