The Yard - and a bit beyond.... cubit
Here you will find several sources of information on topics of my interest. These span from "River Cane flutes" to the tender Succulents. To assist in navigation, I've provided the following links....
Databases where I keep information and pictures of individual plants I have observed, grown or are currently in my collection........and some fish that I've caught:
Maintaining a Complex Mutant Japanese Morning Glory System|
By Arlan Ten Kley on February 5, 2011
Do you admire the old woodblock prints of exotic looking mutant Japanese Morning Glories? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see them growing? What about saving your own seed to grow these elegant plants again? It is possible and can be done. In this article I'll use the Kyushu University designated Q0426 blue feathered double flower system to explain how to accomplish it.
|A Stroll in the Yard - with a closer look
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|The Princess Japanese Morning Glory
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|The Shop in the Yard....
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