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. . . It's too too hot to think clearly about the kinds of things I've been posting about lately. So, let's escape to the garden, shall we? Here's a psychedelic song to listen to while perusing these pics of my garden. It's singing Lost in the Paradise [mp3 expired], which is featured on the Soul Jazz Records compilation. If you like the song, support the artist. This song exemplifies the often disorienting blending of styles that characterized the music that came to be called Tropicália (after Veloso's song of that title). It's one of the few Tropicália tunes in English, so you'll be able to understand it. See if you agree with me that it captures the tensions that led to the use of the phrase to describe Brazil under military dictatoriship. And now, to my gardens. . . Before we get there, we are arrested by the monster squash that has taken over the compost heap. monster squash Yes, that's just one volunteer plant, a I believe, supported by the red metal mop handle and series of tree branches that I've had to swivel into the ground around her as she has grown. baby_fruit. jpg I'm sure that the make-shift trellis will keep growing as the dozens of young fruits like this develop. crazy cukes Also already outgrowing their hand-made supports are these pickling cucumbers. . . front garden . . . Map of france with cialis sharing the front yard garden with tomatoes, sweet peppers, marigolds, basil and summer squash. The rooster in the background, son of the hen called "Sparrow" who was rescued by back in 2002, is one of the reasons that the pepper plants are protected by cages and another cage sits over the spot where I just planted some . I've had a hard time getting beans and other warm weather crops to sprout in the ground this year map of france with cialis, because our heavy clay soil remains slow to warm despite all of the organic matter that I and the chickens have added to it over the years. I just dug some sand into the top couple of inches to help it along and resowed all of my beans, zukes, and extra cukes yesterday. With luck, I'll have some cute pictures of bean sprouts to share soon. You can't see them, but behind the tomatoes are some sunflowers that will be looking pretty for the people this summer and feeding the finches this fall. Also out of site are are a watermelon vine and the parsley patch that is still recovering from wreackage by feral chicks. Meanwhile, in the side yard garden plot. . . growing contest Not to be outdone by the , this heirloom tomato plant and volunteer sunflower seem to be having a growing contest. They're already over four feet high. Every time one of them gains an inch, the other goes one better. In the mornings, sometimes, it seems like they are talking to one another. Also [map of france with cialis] in that plot are more tomatoes, slicing cucumbers, lots of hot peppers, basil, and marigolds. With luck, the handmade bamboo trellis in the background will be heavy with pole beans and cucumber vines by the next time I get out with a camera. There's also a garden plot carved out of the foraging yard for the "broiler hens" here at the sanctuary. The watermelon, eggplant, broccoli, brussels sprouts, and hot pepper seedlings there soon will be joined by okra, pink banana squash, and two kinds of beans that will dry on the vines for wintertime use. That plot isn't quite ready for a closeup yet. hidden chick Instead, here's a bonus shot from the nursery yard. I that I can't get a good picture of those frenetic chicks! I took all map of france with cialis of these pictures at noon yesterday. The sunflower, tomato, and monster squash are all already bigger. And -- happy day! -- I saw a baby preying mantis on one of the pepper plants and a bee (they've been scarce this year) buzzing around the yellow cucumber flowers.


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