Well, that’s a mess. Sometimes, though, it’s when you’re at your messiest is when you’re at your best. That’s the process.
If you are so worried about being neat, you’re not really throwing your whole self into the creation.
And, like they say, a clean desk is the sign of an empty mind…….
Or, more likely, what I just said is just a pile of fertilizer.
Say hello to Kathrin. I made her hold that tree for a full 2 minutes trying to get the perfect pic.
And that is her ficus microcarpa she started from a cutting. She is deep in process of slowly building the structure, growing out the trunk, with wired movement, then the branches. Growing them, wiring, then cutting back. That’s the point she is at now. The next step in the process is the thickening of the secondary branches. Who out there is saying to…
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The next meeting of the HBC will take place in the Fernkloof Hall on Wednesday 17 October at 18h30. It will be preceded by the usual drinks at 18h00. Our speaker will be Gavin Turner. Be sure to attend what will be a most interesting presentation! Gavin and Cynthia Turner are old hands at the Liuwa Plains. They write,
“Liuwa Plains is a remote National Park in Western Zambia best known for its
wildebeest migration, but has a wide variety and large masses of birds, which
for us is its main attraction. As such it has become one of our favourites.
We have been there 4 times, in both the wet and dry seasons, which are quite
different, and the presentation will cover these visits.”