Sunday, 27 May 2012

Creating a Garden (First Intro)

Have you always dreamed bout starting a garden of your own but never quite sure where to begin? Perhaps the mere mention of soil test or sun exposure made gardening seem too complicated ? Well , now Dont worry , You are now holding the key not only to beginning the a garden but also to minimizing your efforts and maximizing your results. After perusing this simple advice and explanations, you'll wonder why you didn't start  gardening  years ago!
   This book begins by exploring your goals for your space. Would you like to start small,Maybe with patio containers or flowerbeds filled with your favourite posies? Is a vegetable garden more to your liking? Or, are you ready to start  wide- ranging project, such as landscaping a large yard? Happily, whatever your objective, you'll find all your need to get started right here. Our helpful illustrations and clear step - by - step instructions will help you get off on the right foot , ensuring great result quickly and easily.
   Once you've defined your goals, you can begin creating your custom outdoor living space. Here, you become an artist surveying a blank canvas. just think of the posibilities! with a seemingly limitless choice of annuals,perennials, and woody plants, you can tailor your design to fit your individual needs. You'll learn that focusing just a little extra attention on such fundamentals as soil, climate, light exposure, and water can make a mjor difference in your garden. We'll make that part easy with time-saving tips and techniques for such tasks as watering, weeding, fertilizing, and pruning.
   As you familiarize yourself with the amazing world of plants , you'll acteristics of many plant species, each chosen for their ease of care. Individualized propagation and maintenance tips are included in this profiles, along with beutiful colour photographs to help you with your selections.
   Along the way, be sure to check out  our high-speed gardening techniques for instant resultswith minimum fuss. These fun projects are a great way to improve your yard while you wait for seed to sprout or vegetables to flourish. We've also included handy tips to help you deal withgarden tasks and challenges easily and economically. And each chapter ends with frequently asked  questions, so you can find quick answer to the garden issue that are on your mind.
   With today's busy lifestyles, gardens big and small can provide a peaceful refuge at the end of the end of the day. With minimal effort, you can reap the rewards of your garden --the fragrant scent of your flowers, the sun-kissed tasted your tomatoes,the quiet shade of your vine-covered gazebo-for years to come.Enjoy!

Friday, 25 May 2012

Upcoming New Topic !!!!^^ (First Intro)

Well I buy this Book  tht Kinda Expensive, But Hey ,Im not only gonna read it , but I will write & post it here But it depends On The "Free time " that I got lol, cos this month,im kinda Busy  >_<!!
work ,study, Home cleaning, garden, pets,,,, haha at  this age 19  (this year) I feel like Im a matured & busy man already hehe :P

so this is the pics:

hehehe It will be in label : "Gardening make Easy" same as the title ^^
I writing it here,not for show off or anything, i just want to shared it with people tht have a same interest with me^^ Gardening....
So hope I will got a support from U guys yea^^

Extra Story :  Walk Around at my parent Condo In Johor ^^
( Plants  Pic hunting )

Hehe It just an extra story for My Plants Picture Hunt^^ hehehe

Extra Info : 

Pokok Paku Langsuir - Tonemapped

Other Local Name: Pokok Daun Semun
English Name: Bird-nest Fern
Botanic Name: Asplenium Nidus

This  spore.. they breed By wind & a help by animals / sometime human :)

Name :  Heliconia spp.
Local Name : Poko Sepit Udang , Pokok Sepit ketam 

this is how they breed,hehe^^!

Oh Great I forgot this (  two pics   )
Plants Name  >.< sorry ohh... 

Pokok Pandan (Pandanus amaryllifolius)
This plants always been use by Malay & Indian people in malaysia ( i Guess from net ^^)
& when this plants (leaf) been mix with Syrup drinks,, (Walao !!)
I love it ..

Red Betel Nuts Trees
Local Name : Pokok Pinang Merah

Other Plants  ( Sorry I dont have time to add the information ) so sorry >.<!!

Wednesday, 2 May 2012

Raising Japanese Moss Balls

I Luckily Found it in Net, Wow I should try it someday~^^!!!
& the last one is the Video on how to care the Marimo Ball~^^!

Japanese Moss Ball Factoids


Japan, Northern Europe (Mooskugeln), and Iowa


Immaterial -- not rooted


Encourages  growth
Maximum Size4 to 12-inch diameter.  Four most likely in aquaria.
Reproduction Division of the ball.




12 hours of good light


Dim light, copper, other plants, debris


Type of plantAlgae -- in spite of the name

Moss ball with baby convict -- and lots of debris.  We found you could clean moss balls by squeezing them like a sponge filter.  That's where all this debris came from.  Squeeze them to clean them in a bucket outside of their tank -- not in their tank.  The debris settles down, of course, but it settles on the moss balls also.

Botanical Name Note.  Evidently, you can find moss balls under two names.  Americans use the name Chladophora and the rest of the world uses Cladophora.  Seems we're decades late catching on to these intriguing specimens.  (We'll, at least some of us were late.)

Some sources consider them "difficult."  Others say very easy.  Seems their only serious requirement is good light.  Most of the German pictures showed bright green specimens.  We need more light.  Actually, these moss balls are greener than they look here.  The light blue background throws off the camera's light meter.

Plenty of debris to go around.  Moss balls are better known in Europe.  The Germans sell moss balls on the internet for € 3,50 to € 6,00 (Euro Dollars).  Some Germans call them Russian Moosballen.

In Lake Akan in Japan, these what they call Marimos rise and fall during the day.  The oxygen they produce makes them lighter so they rise to the top.  Lake Akan abounds with these spherical algae growths which are considered a national treasure.  They are protected by law, so, people steal them, of course.

We'll clean up their water and fertilize them also.  We'll need to change that background.  It throws off the camera's light meter and makes them look nearly black.

Here's a little closer to their real color.

Moss balls really look like this out of the water.  Now we have to see if Americans can adjust to adding algae to their aquaria

So we ripped one into 10 pieces.  Outside of the ball on left.  Inside right.  The inside was full of mud -- mostly clay -- which explains all the debris in the water when you squish them to clean them.

In a moosballen breeding tank they look like this.  We'll see what happens to these baby moosballen over time.

I'm the king of the world!  As you can see, moosballens are debris magnets.  In this case, the ghost shrimp came up here looking for the food on this moss ball.

Lots more kings, queens, princes, and princesses of the world.  When you look behind their eyes, you can see the food in their stomachs.

Five days later we're seeing some growth (we think) in the baby moosballen.

Seven days later, we can tell they're growing (02-11-04).

We sacrifice two more moosballen for science (02-14-04).

Top view of some baby moosballen and baby convicts.  These are the first one sacrificed to science.  They're already looking more spherical.

Up close, they look more spherical with lots of variation.

Another pretender to the throne.

It's like those evolution pictures in your science text books.

Meanwhile, the dismembered moosballen continue to grow (without fertilizer).  02-17-04  We keep forgetting to add the fertilizer.

Looks a bit like Cousin It.

In case you're wondering, the fish are baby convicts.

They're trying their best to grow into baby moosballen.

Starting to look like a real moss ball. (02-29-04)  Still attracting debris.  Outside power filters clean this out of the water.

The other side of the same moss ball.

Same baby moss ball 03-06-04 looking like a smaller and shaggier version of its "parent."  The entire process took about six weeks.  We never did add the fertilizer.  The only nutrition they received was from the water changes we made to get rid of all the debris we made when we squeezed the moss balls.  We'd have to rate these guys "fairly easy" on the basis of these three moss balls that now number 30 moss ballets -- smaller of course.  And if we did not mention this earlier, moss balls grow wild in Iowa creeks.

Baby moss balls now appear on the market.  The smaller guys are affordable  LA.



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