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Blätter der Schwarzpappel

Blätter der Schwarzpappel

Shrubs of the lowlands, where the golden-haired men burned the forests 15 years ago, the trees began to grow back...

Shrubs of the lowlands, where the golden-haired men burned the forests 15 years ago, the trees began to grow back...

Holt Veen 1995-2005. the long forgotten way. colour woodcut 19x83cm 2005. By Siemen Dijkstra. www.ateliersiemen-elysia.nl . Tags: Colour woodcut, Reduction, Birch plywood, U and V profile gouges, Japanese Washi paper, Dutch, Holland, Netherlands, Printmaker, Landscape, Trees, Leaves, Water, River, Grasses, Helen Elstone

Holt Veen 1995-2005. the long forgotten way. colour woodcut 19x83cm 2005. By Siemen Dijkstra. www.ateliersiemen-elysia.nl . Tags: Colour woodcut, Reduction, Birch plywood, U and V profile gouges, Japanese Washi paper, Dutch, Holland, Netherlands, Printmaker, Landscape, Trees, Leaves, Water, River, Grasses, Helen Elstone

Manihot esculenta, Wild populations of M. esculenta subspecies flabellifolia, shown to be the progenitor of domesticated cassava, are centered in west-central Brazil, where it was likely first domesticated no more than 10,000 years BP. Forms of the modern domesticated species can also be found growing in the wild in the south of Brazil. By 4,600 BC, manioc (cassava) pollen appears in the Gulf of Mexico lowlands, at the San Andrésarchaeological site.

Manihot esculenta, Wild populations of M. esculenta subspecies flabellifolia, shown to be the progenitor of domesticated cassava, are centered in west-central Brazil, where it was likely first domesticated no more than 10,000 years BP. Forms of the modern domesticated species can also be found growing in the wild in the south of Brazil. By 4,600 BC, manioc (cassava) pollen appears in the Gulf of Mexico lowlands, at the San Andrésarchaeological site.

Dendrocalamus membranaceus - giant bamboo - A 50' tall clumping bamboo from Burma with straight culms. 4" diameter canes that are bright green with green leaves. Can tolerate some cold to 34 F. It is ideally grown in full sun in warm zones with high humidity. A beautiful lowlands species noted for its very smooth straight erect lower branch-free culms followed by fine light green leaves. Young culms are white powder covered  giving a misty blue look. Its pale golden shoots are purple tipped

Dendrocalamus membranaceus - giant bamboo - A 50' tall clumping bamboo from Burma with straight culms. 4" diameter canes that are bright green with green leaves. Can tolerate some cold to 34 F. It is ideally grown in full sun in warm zones with high humidity. A beautiful lowlands species noted for its very smooth straight erect lower branch-free culms followed by fine light green leaves. Young culms are white powder covered giving a misty blue look. Its pale golden shoots are purple tipped

Satoyama Life - Artisan Class winner at the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show, designer Ishihara Kazuyuki

Satoyama Life - Artisan Class winner at the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show, designer Ishihara Kazuyuki

Interior Lowlands; Still the Restless Whispers Never Leave Me - Landon Mackenzie

Interior Lowlands; Still the Restless Whispers Never Leave Me - Landon Mackenzie

The leaves and acorns of the Quercus nigra, the water oak, which is an oak in the red oak group (Quercus sect. Lobatae), native to the eastern and south-central United States, found in all the coastal states from New Jersey to Texas, and inland as far as Oklahoma, Kentucky, and southern Missouri.[2] It occurs in lowlands and up to 450 m (1500 ft) altitude.

The leaves and acorns of the Quercus nigra, the water oak, which is an oak in the red oak group (Quercus sect. Lobatae), native to the eastern and south-central United States, found in all the coastal states from New Jersey to Texas, and inland as far as Oklahoma, Kentucky, and southern Missouri.[2] It occurs in lowlands and up to 450 m (1500 ft) altitude.

Indian Mound Museum.  For the taxpayers’ sake, let’s hope the new Indian Mound Museum is not another tourism building site in the making. The architect states the foundation of the building is being built up in order to keep flood waters out, but that still leaves parking in question during extreme wet weather. Perhaps we should be glad this isn’t Georgia where “lowlands” means “swamp with a chance of alligator.”

Indian Mound Museum. For the taxpayers’ sake, let’s hope the new Indian Mound Museum is not another tourism building site in the making. The architect states the foundation of the building is being built up in order to keep flood waters out, but that still leaves parking in question during extreme wet weather. Perhaps we should be glad this isn’t Georgia where “lowlands” means “swamp with a chance of alligator.”

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