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Variegated Hibiscus

Variegated Hibiscus

10 May, '120 Comments

I love hibiscus flowers. There are thousands of them I know, but they all obviously share some basics which distinguishes them from the others. I’ve had and still do have several bushes in my garden, unfortunately, they’re very susceptible to the dreaded mealy bug, especially in the summer, and as the summer is already here […]

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Mulch, my solution to the cat problem

Mulch, my solution to the cat problem

8 May, '120 Comments

These lovely clump of plants only started to thrive – after coming very close to death – when I put that mulch on all around them. The reason they were dying was the bloody cats were insisting on using that patch as their latrine! I’m glad to say that I’m having good success with the […]

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Oh the hard life!

Oh the hard life!

8 May, '124 Comments

This is just too cute not to share here. This is George, tired again after just waking up this morning! Have a great, energy filled morning my friends 🙂

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Unneeded Escalation

Unneeded Escalation

5 May, '125 Comments

I don’t write as often here not because the absence of rich material to blog about, but after so many years of doing so, I feel that I’m now seriously in a “broken record” mode. I feel that I’ve written about so many similar situations over the past ten years and have given the same […]

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The Cassia Fistula’s Naked!

The Cassia Fistula’s Naked!

5 May, '120 Comments

The Cassia Fistula‘s almost naked now, which means that it soon will sport chandaliers of yellow flower clumps to be followed by long and hard seed pods. It sheds a couple of months later in Bahrain than it does in other parts of the world, its native south east asia mostly. It looks like we’re […]

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