too late ...
PS - will we able to get syrup from the maples ??
Bloggers are open communicators - via their blogs. I beleive Mr M is well aware of this fact...
I believe it too. Curse my speedy 'e' finger. It beats the 'i' finger in a typing race quite often.
Which maple/s do you have in mind? I'm envisioning :)(Also, a suggestion: you might want to have only female ginkos. Less aromatic, if I remember correctly.)
When we discovered that Big Lad, as a tiny tot, could enunciate "ginkgo biloba" really clearly and adorably, we made him repeat it constantly. I'm not sure, but I think this might constitute child abuse.(May I lounge languorously in your arboretum?)
I think of passing information along via blog channels as a sort of subliminal communication stream. Now tell him what to get you for Christmas.
Now that would be a beautiful sight indeed...thank you for that momentary transporttion
An admirable ambition. I love the shape of ginko leaves.
We have a Ginkgo Biloba which we (alright, "he") planted in our chicken run when we moved here.... the leaves are just beautiful. The shapes............... oh, the shapes...........
It will look just like the front gardens of the Natural History Museum! I love ginkgo leaves too and had to positively stop myself collecting them when we visited South Ken on Sunday.
And silver birches?x
I think its a great idea :)
Is there a particular reason why you would surround the ginkgo with maple trees? (I am aware my question could make you all laugh at me...)PaolaPS YUM, maple syrup!
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