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The Beauty Of Nature | Selection Of BEST Photo Shots From The Wild-Garden

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Find below, please my BEST photos from the Wild-Garden, started in 2013 and will get updated as soon as there is NEW stuff 😉 I am learning NOW also on How-To make videos from Slideshows and publish them to YouTube…

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While watching the slideshow, listen to some music…

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My YouTube videos made from the slideshows:

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Check them out and don’t fear to try it ALSO, I am learning each day ALSO and trying to do BETTER 😉 Get the courage to START!

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Stay tuned for new blog post(s) 😉 . .

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The Wild-Garden: First Flowers In 2014

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Already on 09 February 2014 there were rose sprouts, never seen this that early in a year and mid February the first flowers showed up also. It’s beautiful, but too early in the year as temperatures are ALSO already about 9-12° C. Hopefully there will be no late frost, otherwise everything would get destroyed…

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Find out more about the early flowers:

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Midnight shot of red rose

Night rally through my Wild-Garden to take photos in the dark-part1-by rain

Must be my creative thinking who gives me sometimes ideas who seem to be strange for other persons, BUT by seeing the results later of what comes out everybody wonders and me sometimes as well… BUT why talking that much, just check the below slideshow and admire the beauty of nature by night and enjoy it 😉

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Stay tuned for next adventures from the Wild-garden ;)

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Gardening: The Wild-Garden | Names Of The Flowers-Campanula

As I posted alright a lot of photos of different flowers in the “Wild Garden“, mostly there was NOT a name NOR a link to additional information of the flowers.  In this blog post WE will discover MORE about the beauties from THE “Wild garden”…

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Campanula is one of several genera in the family Campanulaceae with the common name bellflower. It takes its name from their bell-shaped flowerscampanula is Latin for “little bell“.

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Do these flowers need special care? NO, not at all, just make sure that the garden soil is NOT hard and that they get every day water, in preference when there isn’t anymore sun in the garden, mostly by 06-07 pm.

Stay tuned for next photos and posts 😉