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Se plantará un árbol por cada bebé que nazca en Miramar Un novedoso programa que incentiva la forestación en el Distrito.

Se plantará un árbol por cada bebé que nazca en Miramar Un novedoso programa que incentiva la forestación en el Distrito.

Tea cultivation in Corrientes, Argentina. The fertility of the red soil and the regular rains over the region of Corrientes create the ideal conditions for the cultivation of tea. In an effort to protect the soil against erosion, tea is planted along curved terraces and sheltered from the wind by hedges. Unlike Asian and African countries where the young sprouts are handpicked, in Argentina mechanical harvesting is the rule, done mainly with high-clearance tractors that are driven along…

Tea cultivation in Corrientes, Argentina. The fertility of the red soil and the regular rains over the region of Corrientes create the ideal conditions for the cultivation of tea. In an effort to protect the soil against erosion, tea is planted along curved terraces and sheltered from the wind by hedges. Unlike Asian and African countries where the young sprouts are handpicked, in Argentina mechanical harvesting is the rule, done mainly with high-clearance tractors that are driven along…

Orchid cacti easy to divide, take cuttings from  Orchid cacti, also known as epicacti or epiphyllums, are native to tropical rain forests from Mexico to Argentina.  Most of the wild parent plants live on the branches of forest trees, and a few live with their roots wedged into cracks in rocks.  Young branches of these plants may have spines like other cacti, but the mature stems usually do not.  If you determine that the spots on some branches are not an insect (see below) you could prune…

Orchid cacti easy to divide, take cuttings from

Orchid cacti easy to divide, take cuttings from Orchid cacti, also known as epicacti or epiphyllums, are native to tropical rain forests from Mexico to Argentina. Most of the wild parent plants live on the branches of forest trees, and a few live with their roots wedged into cracks in rocks. Young branches of these plants may have spines like other cacti, but the mature stems usually do not. If you determine that the spots on some branches are not an insect (see below) you could prune…

Hombre enamorado plantó 7 mil árboles en forma de guitarra en Argentina  El amor de un hombre viudo le hizo homenajear a su difunta esposa plantado 7 mil árboles que dibujaban una gigantesca guitarra que se puede ver en medio de la llanura en Argentina. Cabe mencionar, que el enamorado hombre solamente ha visto su obra por fotos ya que no se atreve a verla desde el aire por su temor a volar.

Hombre enamorado plantó 7 mil árboles en forma de guitarra en Argentina El amor de un hombre viudo le hizo homenajear a su difunta esposa plantado 7 mil árboles que dibujaban una gigantesca guitarra que se puede ver en medio de la llanura en Argentina. Cabe mencionar, que el enamorado hombre solamente ha visto su obra por fotos ya que no se atreve a verla desde el aire por su temor a volar.

Pinkqueen (tarenaya hassleriana): Cleome hassleriana, commonly known as spider flower, spider plant, or pink queen, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Cleome of the family Cleomaceae, native to southern South America in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and southeast Brazil.  It is an annual growing to a height of 150 cm (60 in), with spirally arranged leaves. The leaves are palmately compound, with five or seven leaflets, the leaflets up to 12 cm (5 in) long and 4 cm (2 in) broad and…

Pinkqueen (tarenaya hassleriana): Cleome hassleriana, commonly known as spider flower, spider plant, or pink queen, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Cleome of the family Cleomaceae, native to southern South America in Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, and southeast Brazil. It is an annual growing to a height of 150 cm (60 in), with spirally arranged leaves. The leaves are palmately compound, with five or seven leaflets, the leaflets up to 12 cm (5 in) long and 4 cm (2 in) broad and…

created by a 70-year old farmer named Pedro Martin Ureta. "He embedded the design into his farm many years ago, and maintains it to this day, as a tribute to his late wife, Graciela Yraizoz, who died in 1977 at the age of 25."

Maybe Graciela Sees It From Heaven, This Huge Guitar Made of Trees

created by a 70-year old farmer named Pedro Martin Ureta. "He embedded the design into his farm many years ago, and maintains it to this day, as a tribute to his late wife, Graciela Yraizoz, who died in 1977 at the age of 25."

One exotic tree, Araucaria araucana from Chile and Argentina, where no monkeys live, grew in the mid-19th century in Great Britain, when an observer commented that the twisted, jumbled branches “would puzzle a monkey to climb it.” The tree has ever since been known as the “monkey puzzle tree.”’  Click http://capegazette.villagesoup.com/p/monkey-puzzle-trees-an-exotic-addition-to-the-garden/1112283 to read gardening article: Monkey Puzzle Trees an exotic addition to the garden by Paul Barbano

One exotic tree, Araucaria araucana from Chile and Argentina, where no monkeys live, grew in the mid-19th century in Great Britain, when an observer commented that the twisted, jumbled branches “would puzzle a monkey to climb it.” The tree has ever since been known as the “monkey puzzle tree.”’ Click http://capegazette.villagesoup.com/p/monkey-puzzle-trees-an-exotic-addition-to-the-garden/1112283 to read gardening article: Monkey Puzzle Trees an exotic addition to the garden by Paul Barbano

On Valentine's Day weekend, Google Earth reveals a touching labor of love, plus a few other cool spots around the globe.

On Valentine's Day weekend, Google Earth reveals a touching labor of love, plus a few other cool spots around the globe.

According to Greek mythology, there was once a water-nymph, who fell in love with Apollo, the God of the Sun. She was so in love with him that she sat on the ground and stared up at the sun all day long. Apollo never noticed her. The other gods, however, took pity on the young girl and turned her into the sunflower. This is why the sunflower forever follows the path of the sun in the sky. She does not want to lose site of her lover.

According to Greek mythology, there was once a water-nymph, who fell in love with Apollo, the God of the Sun. She was so in love with him that she sat on the ground and stared up at the sun all day long. Apollo never noticed her. The other gods, however, took pity on the young girl and turned her into the sunflower. This is why the sunflower forever follows the path of the sun in the sky. She does not want to lose site of her lover.

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