Korinna Kriemhild. plant. March 09th , 2018.
Mark the area that you want to prepare, you can do this by marking it out with stakes and a length of string. Use a spade to cut the surface of the soil along the string line. Dig the area over with a shovel, taking care to remove any debris that are inorganic and will interfere with the growth of your vegetables ie; stones, roots, twigs and general weeds that would not be suitable to put in your compost.
Ready mixed concrete is very often preferred to the usual mixing of on-site concrete, as it can help reduce the confusion of on site labour, and deliver good quality precision mixes which can be maintained throughout the life of the building project. Sometimes however, relying on a predetermined concrete mixture can reduce the flexibility in the components of the mixture, and the supply chain.
When scientist eventually examined the plant they made a startling discovery. It contained a new unknown molecule. They called it P57. It turned out to mimic the effect of Glucose, telling the brain that the stomach is satisfied. Only it's about 10,000 faster that glucose. This means hunger is effectively switched off also any thirst is quenched. A truly amazing discover! So like all respectable scientist they quickly sold the right to P57 to a British pharmaceutical company.
So what does this have to do with the cut flowers in my office? First of all, I was surprised that they were still living because Im not the greatest person with plants, I sadly have to admit. Im often in my own little world. Second, I was simply surprised that they were able to communicate after they were cut. Obviously, theres something to learn every day! Normally I would have simply watered them from the tap, but today I intuitively felt that they needed the filtered water that comes from my refrigerator. Now, if you are a plant person you might be saying that this would been a no-brainer. However, for us who are in la-la land much of the time, running on intuition would seem beneficial.
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