Buddha Patch

25 Sep, '09
Buddha

Buddha, originally uploaded by malyousif.

The Buddha Patch survived the summer a lot better than I expected this time. Even the bamboo seem to have finally taken root and are really getting on. Buddha is happy!

Have a wonderful weekend my friends.

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  1. Augurwell says:

    Dear Mahmood,

    It’s probably too hot for apples in Bahrain but there are some hybrid miniature Golden Sweet cherry trees that if shaded (if it’s too hot) might be a welcome addition for your orchard, they have nice flowers and taste great. Peaches may also be considered, grown sort of like Bonsai trees in large containers if you like so they can be moved or rearranged to suit the changes of one’s pleasure. Maybe Kiwis or something like so? Strawberries and Kiwis taste really good together with whipped cream. Farming and gardens etc. a most noble endeavor.

    I don’t know if you have the enough area at your location but a honey bee box of your own colony of bees if there are enough flowers near you, can be a different attraction and good for a garden. I grew up in orchard land and we had all these bee boxes around for to pollinate the trees and they were not a problem if left undisturbed, I don’t know about having bees in an urban environ? … they’re better than hornets.

    Say, concerning Iran – if it’s any help – when I was a kid we lived about 40 miles from Detroit City, across the river near Windsor Ontario and Detroit at the time was known as the ‘Murder Capital of the World’, there were about 1,400 murders a year there at one time so one had to be careful. It’s not near as bad now so maybe things will get better in Iran in the future too?

    Anyway I have enjoyed your blogs tremendously over the years and the peace from the garden is a most welcome addition. On another note your idea about there being a very small percentage of a penny charge per click when one visits a web site is a very good idea. I think it could be done through the ISP’s – amd the free market is natural.

    It would be nice to see a photo of the moon reflecting from your pond. God Bless and all good things … ‘Mahmoods’s Garden’ is a real treat, thank you very much and happy seasons to you and yours.

    Her Majesty’s Loyal and Obedient Subject

    Augurwell

    ~

  2. Augurwell says:

    Dear Mahmood,

    It’s probably too hot for apples in Bahrain but there are some hybrid miniature Golden Sweet cherry trees that if shaded (if it’s too hot) might be a welcome addition for your orchard, they have nice flowers and taste great. Peaches may also be considered, grown sort of like Bonsai trees in large containers if you like so they can be moved or rearranged to suit the changes of one’s pleasure. Maybe Kiwis or something like so? Strawberries and Kiwis taste really good together with whipped cream. Farming and gardens etc. a most noble endeavor.

    I don’t know if you have the enough area at your location but a honey bee box of your own colony of bees if there are enough flowers near you, can be a different attraction and good for a garden. I grew up in orchard land and we had all these bee boxes around for to pollinate the trees and they were not a problem if left undisturbed, I don’t know about having bees in an urban environ? … they’re better than hornets.

    Say, concerning Iran – if it’s any help – when I was a kid we lived about 40 miles from Detroit City, across the river near Windsor Ontario and Detroit at the time was known as the ‘Murder Capital of the World’, there were about 1,400 murders a year there at one time so one had to be careful. It’s not near as bad now so maybe things will get better in Iran in the future too?

    Anyway I have enjoyed your blogs tremendously over the years and the peace from the garden is a most welcome addition. On another note your idea about there being a very small percentage of a penny charge per click when one visits a web site is a very good idea. I think it could be done through the ISP’s – amd the free market is natural.

    It would be nice to see a photo of the moon reflecting from your pond. God Bless and all good things … ‘Mahmoods’s Garden’ is a real treat, thank you very much and happy seasons to you and yours.

    Her Majesty’s Loyal and Obedient Subject

    Augurwell

    ~

  3. Augurwell says:

    & Servant

  4. Augurwell says:

    & Servant

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