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NATURE SANCTUARY of the SPANISH SPEAKING CARIBBEAN and adjacent miscellaneous isles
Looks cool! At any rate, one of the greatest pleasures (not at your nursery) of your humble favorite plant collector is to find a DK plant in the garden, or the name of a DK whatever in a reference book, Borders, a blog, or searching in the wild web.
A new vine, be careful, it will strangle any living bush/tree. I had to get rid of it in 2 different places. One was under the Bouganvillea in the west side. It was a 1/8 of an inch inside the bark!
Now, Centrosoma pubescens grows along the various known vines in the north side fence, happy and unable to harm anyjuan except the metal bars. The lesson? If you plant collected seeds in the wild, only when the flowers show, one may investigate the botanical name.
It has rained for the last two days. Vines take advantage of this condition to shed lots of dry leaves, that has to sweep to to avoid slippery accidents. They end with the rest of the compost in progress.
Many pigeons, two or three species, visit daily our bird feeders. Certainly gluttons, messy and noisy. Diva the companion animal detest and scare them whenever in the mood.
On the other hand, Spindalis and other birds in that category, rarely fight or make a mess as the above mentioned.
In the humming bird department, either the same one comes four times, in the morning/afternoon (they all look alike) or four different ones come at irregular intervals to feed on the Calliandra in the west side or Hibiscus in the south.
HOT OUT OF THE OVEN
I had mentioned my unwillingness to plant Capsicum florescens, for the constant need to spray under the leaves some pain in the ass white flies relative.
Well what to you know.. After planting at least a hundred seeds, in the last season, five plants of a hot variety of this Capsicum are alive and kicking. The Citrus evidently repel the culprits, growing in a relation of promiscuity, as
this type of cultivation was once called.
That is that, time to go...