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Cardiocrinum seeds photographs

von Martin »Of 7. Feb 2017, 20:08

die gefällt mir auch. Eine richtige Frühlingsfarbe. Es müssen ja nicht immer Veilchen sein.

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von Tetje »I know 12. Feb 2017, 12:56

ich möchte euch diese sehr exotisch wirkende Neuvorstellung nicht vorenthalten.

"Habt Ehrfurcht vor der Pflanze, alles lebt durch sie!"
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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von Gerd »I know 12. Feb 2017, 14:29

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von Tetje »Fr 31. Mär 2017, 19:21

diese Kombination ist einfach traumhaft.

"Habt Ehrfurcht vor der Pflanze, alles lebt durch sie!"
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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von Martin »Sa 1. Apr 2017, 12:24

die Primel hat ja noch gar keine Blaetter und doch so viele Blueten.

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von Tetje »Sa 1. Apr 2017, 12:45

im Hintergrund sieht man die zartgrünen ersten Blätter der Cardiocrinum,
diese Kombination hat was.

In der Tat die Primel hat kein einziges Blatt, nur Blüten. Ich habe sie vor drei Jahren auf der IPM als Neuzüchtung erhalten und sie wird von Jahr zu Jahr schöner.

"Habt Ehrfurcht vor der Pflanze, alles lebt durch sie!"
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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von Martin »Fr 15. Feb 2019, 06:58

jetzt ist es Zeit sich mit ein paar Primeln den Frühling in den Garten zu holen.


Cardiocrinum seeds photographs

von Kiss (unerwünscht) »Of 31. Mai 2011, 17:41

heute kam die Lieferung. Super verpackt in Stroh und Einzelverpackungen der Pflanzengröße entsprechend. Pflanzen qualitativ soweit auch i.O.
Einziger Nachteil, es wurde eine kleine Riesenlilie eingepackt und geliefert. Auf Nachfrage reagierte man zuvorkommend und versprach die riesen Riesenlilie morgen nach zu senden. Völlig unproblematisch das Ganze.
Kann man also auch trotz des kleinen Malheurs empfehlen.

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Tetje »Of 31. Mai 2011, 19:07

"Habt Ehrfurcht vor der Pflanze, alles lebt durch sie!"
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Kiss (unerwünscht) »Of 31. Mai 2011, 20:52

den werden wir haben, wenn der Garten komplett umgestaltet ist, nachdem der Hausanbau erledigt wurde!
Aber, danke dir.

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Tetje »Of 31. Mai 2011, 20:54

"Habt Ehrfurcht vor der Pflanze, alles lebt durch sie!"
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Kiss (unerwünscht) »Of 31. Mai 2011, 21:43

kein Ding, jederzeit gerne.Wenn dich die Baustelle nicht stört.

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Kiss (unerwünscht) »I know 5. Jun 2011, 20:54

gestern kam das Paket. Ein wirkliches Prachtexemplar, sogar mit einem kleine Ableger. Jetzt muß sie nur noch nächstes Jahr blühen. Photo wird nachgereicht.
Der Lieferant ist sehr zu empfehlen.

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Daphne »Of 27. Mar 2012, 08:11

na? hat sie denn nun geblüht?

Cardiocrinum giganteum ist eine Lilie, ohne Zweifel. Das sieht man sofort, wenn man sie aussät. Später allerdings hat sie sehr schöne breite und dekorative Blätter, die von den "normalen" Lilien sehr abweichen.
Wenn die Zwiebel im Stroh verpackt ist - ich weiss nicht, ob das etwas wird. Deshalb meine Frage, es würde mich schon interessieren.

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Tetje »Of 27. Mar 2012, 15:39

in der Gartenpraxis war vor einiger Zeit ein Beitrag über diese Pflanze und in diesem Beitrag stand,
dass es keine Lilie ist, ich bin mir aber nicht mehr ganz sicher.

"Habt Ehrfurcht vor der Pflanze, alles lebt durch sie!"
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Re: Riesenlilie - Cardiocrinum giganteum

von Daphne »Mi 28. Mar 2012, 09:17

tja, das ist ja komisch - was sollte sie dann sein?
Nein, ich glaube, die "Gartenpraxis" hat sich getäuscht, es ist einwandfrei eine Lilie. Sieh 'mal hier:
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Photographs from the future: thus, the (apocalyptic) news of a world adrift arrives

In News from the Future, French photographer Fabien Barrau imagines metropolitan landscapes engulfed by the disastrous effects of climate change

The planet that changes, the world that ends, the city that collapses: this is it scenery imagined by the French photographer Fabien Barrau which, in his very recent series of apocalyptic shots News from the Future, immortalizes metropolitan landscapes swallowed up by disastrous effects of climate change. The protagonist is nature which, with its voracity, takes over everything, including streets and buildings. "I produced this collection of images to emphasize the sense of responsibility towards climate change and the urgency to act every day according to one's means and power", says the Parisian artist, expert in photo editing and in photomontage. "In my case, my little power was to create visual suggestions: how the photo of a changed world what if they came from the hands of an explorer from the future? ".

TO Rome, the wonderful Colosseum would be surrounded by an immense desert same fate for the skyscrapers of New York, of which nothing would remain but a few small crumbs ready to crumble in the surrounding dunes. Opposite, the Statue of Liberty is portrayed semi-submerged by water, in a ruinous setting that marks, in the middle of the Manhattan Bay, the revenge of the Hudson River on building materials. Also for Paris the background is underwater: in a tribute to the painter from Neuilly-sur-Seine, Roland Cat, the Arc de Triomphe lies on the ocean floor among large fish, whales and seaweed. On the surface, the Eiffel Tower pokes straight out of the sand like a severed sword. Instead, the city of is overwhelmed by the vegetal nature Chicago which, under a shy luminous glow, is portrayed by Barrau as a more tropical than metropolitan jungle.

"I like to use photos taken with my drone to set them in post-apocalyptic worlds," said the artist. "I try to imagine what would happen in case of desertification, rising oceans or tropicalization of a region". In applying his mastery in photomontage, which on Instagram fascinates almost 70 thousand followers, Fabien is certainly inspired by the catastrophic visions suggested by literary and cinematographic productions who accompanied him in his personal experience. "Many artists, novelists, directors and documentary makers have a great influence on my imagination. The first was the French painter of the years 1970-1980, Roland Cat with a painting representing two whales swimming over a Paris covered by the sea. this image with the most modern digital techniques to pay homage to him. For films (often adapted from novels that I have also read) I can mention some such as The Planet of the Apes (1968), Malvil (1981), New-York 1997 (1981), Mad Max (1979), Akira (1988), Peut-Être (1999), Children of Men (2006), The Road (2009) and also the beautiful National Geographic documentary, Aftermath: Population Zero (2008).


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