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starseed
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:51 pm    Post subject: A gifter's garden Reply with quote

Since i have become a gifter i have become more and more interested in farming, gardening.

that interest came late, i am Learning everyhting i can from the oldes ones as fast as i can.

this year i mastered the art of tomato growing has done by my ancestors. probably the same everywhere there is a history of gardening or farming. but still i cherish these methods.

and i am into companions plants and other gardening methods.

of course orgonite is at the heart of the garden.

Voila.







bio-intensive, Very Happy

harvested the first cucumber july the 3, first cherry tomato tomorrow.

this year i am testing an orgonite design in the spirit of electro-culture.

we'll see in the fall what is it Worth.

Salut

Virgil

P.S. hoping i am not the only gifter-gardner, this is a place for all gifter to show them nice orgonized gardens.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 5:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Virgil, your plants just glow... Cool

I am getting into gardening myself and set up one for herbs this year - it's a little hard for us since we have a variety of free range goats, sheep and chickens... dogs and cats... who tend to eat what they like... so I had to set it up with fencing around. I will see about getting a picture of how much the herbs have grown cause they really like it here.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 6:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ho and i have to confess something.

i did found another use for the Sensei's stir wand.

i use it to mix the organic fertilizer i use every two weeks.

i fill up the watering can, add the algae fertilizer, stir at first with a longer stick then finish the mixing with the orgonite stir wand.

most use the wand for their drinks. gross some might say, but the plant like it so much and i had to try it.

i noticed one thing, the "drink" his being absorbed by the ground faster than usual.

i think it is a usefull trick than can be used with Inside plant too.

on another subject.

does anyone know what this plant is? with the red buds.



it is edible, we know it is ancient , but we lost the name.

Salut

Virgil


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 7:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very interesting Virgil, it does remind me of Braikar's garden and vids from Philip Forrer (les fameux trésors, the graal garden) Smile

Do you also have the metal antenna with zinc at the top and the galvanised metal fences buried?

Some Lakhovsky coils around the garden? (Yannick van Doorne method)

Don't posses a garden so only have a small production of yellowcresses on orgonised water indoors.

Carnivorous plants also likes orgone, my nephentes alata and dionaea muscipula are always triving.

Thanks for sharing its a fascinating subject! Hoping to see you getting a great harvest!

Carolus

PS: Are those red buds from a young acer tree (érable)?
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 8:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i've always had a garden. i used to own a landscaping company for a few years even. it's always been a my goto place for meditation. i only need a few minutes with the plants to make myself right. rain or shine.

my green beans in the greenhouse are as long as my forearm! also already harvesting tomatoes and peppers of a few different kinds. the greenhouse was a game changer for me.

the raised beds are also doing stellar this year. kale daily. beets almost ready for baby beet salad. blueberries not ripe yet. potatoes are ready. horseradish the size of a softball. asparagus has been fun to grow; it's so pretty when you let it go to flower. no strawberries this year though, not sure what i did wrong. i think i screwed up the watering/feeding schedule and stressed them. herbs galore, lots of lavender and sage. the fennel finally taking off. i put in new cilantro cause the old stuff bolted on me in the greenhouse. too hot in there for most of the herbs this time of year. and some celery which i have never tried cultivating before.

one thing i did differently this year was plant more flowers. the family all noticed that having fresh cut flowers in the house daily is just as uplifting as eating our own cultivated food a couple/few times a week. if not more so...
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 8:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i agree that the flowers are great too, i try to plant bee compatible flowers or with insect reppeling properties.

some also make their apparition on their own.

my favorite is the poppy seed. it's been reproducting itself for some time now. 8-10 years. at first it was orange.

i looked on the net for similar flower. nada, zilch.

macro snapshot of some flower of this year.









color therapy! Smile

@Carolus, i dont think it is in the acer familly, the leaves look like some small maple trees but the red budded plant doesnt produce the kind of fruit you'd expect from a maple.

they are crunchy and taste a little bit like red beets.

nobody can remember what is the name of that plant or where did we get it.

quite the puzzle.

in the garden i have only one orgonite device, a pyramid of some sort with a design i have yet to see elsewhere. a part of it is visible in the right part of the second picture.

and there is also a cb on the patio. but cb have more effect on trees.

Salut

Virgil


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 8:50 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i have been doing companion planting the last few years and def see benefits. especially with pest infestation and general plant health.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

@rev

yeah, not bad.

i have only one problem, i use the cabbage as companions for the tomatoes, but there is an invader butterfly, the pierid. out of balance insect, not supposed to be here. i curse them many times a day.

i just planted marigold as repellant. we'll see.

for now i remove the eggs twice a day and slash any pierid i come across. some insect are festing on the larvae but the godamn butterflies lay 50-60 eggs a day.

but i am just starting, i will refine my methods.

Salut

Virgil

P.S.am i the only one having tried to dynamise my fertilizer mix with an orgonite wand?
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 2014 9:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

i plant marigolds with the tomatoes and beans.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2014 1:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so, its been 2 weeks.

lets see the progress, if some.



the kolhrabi exploded. in fact the one to the far left litterally burst open, so we had to eat prematurely.

the others are all doing good. the tomatoes too. some are now almost 6 feet. some species stay smaller but are chockful of tomatoes and the stem are big.



the cucumber are about the top of their wall. lemon cucumber are a serious invader.



the sweet peas are rising real fast.



although i havent the fogiest about what has happened to my romanescu cauliflower. purple?



i think this is going good.

he he.

Salut

Virgil
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2014 2:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

and here is the goat horn Pepper.



and the sweet million cherry tomato lives up to his name. most flower pods have doubled, like spliced and replicate.

the biggest pod is impressive.



i expect that there will be around 40 tomatoes in that pod.

first time iv seen such flowering.

Salut

Virgil
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2014 4:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

starseed wrote:




Virgil


Amazing !

Virgil, those are some very happy peppers.

Thanks for the garden pics.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2014 7:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

starseed wrote:





Note to self, When I am out of this condo and have a yard again beg starseed to send me these seeds.

Absolutely LOVE this poppy!
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 03, 2014 11:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Beautiful! I love gardening.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 04, 2014 12:31 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, for my part, my gifted vegetable garden is growing like mad. The gray squirrels which used to devour everything, especially tomatoes, are absent for some reason, although I do have a wild rabbit (first time ever) openly nibbling grass in the yard.

I find it interesting that my rain-water collection barrel (which is also gifted with one of OC's TB's for extra boosts when watering houseplants) has apparently caused the leaves of the plantain (Plantago major, a weed in most people's eyes) to grow 3 times their normal size where they are situated around the barrel. I'm amazed. Plantain has many uses for insect stings, skin irritations, and rashes. Apparently, someone else was also amazed, because I noticed they all got dug up and taken away. Sad Jeez, now I have to guard the damn WEEDS from human predators! Sad
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