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    orchard
  • grove: garden consisting of a small cultivated wood without undergrowth

  • An orchard is an intentional planting of trees or shrubs that is maintained for food production. Orchards comprise fruit or nut-producing trees which are grown for commercial production.

  • Orchard is a light rail station on RTD's system in Greenwood Village, Colorado.

  • A piece of land planted with fruit trees





    flowers
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom

  • (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms

  • (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts

  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers

  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly

  • (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"











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Compost Tea Making: For Organic Healthier Vegetables, Flowers, Orchards, Vineyards, Lawns


Compost Tea Making: For Organic Healthier Vegetables, Flowers, Orchards, Vineyards, Lawns



Compost Tea Making is the first comprehensive, practical guide to creating compost tea for farms, orchards, vineyards, lawns, and gardens. This essential reference book explains why compost teas have such powerful, beneficial effects for all plants. The global compost tea revolution is in its infancy. Readers will begin to grasp the importance of rejuvenating the microbial life in our agricultural soils world-wide. Seasoned with the authors incurable dry humor, elegant prose, photographs, and interviews with professionals, this book demystifies the often-confusing ideas and techniques used to make compost teas. With simple recipes, techniques, and equipment, the actual making of compost tea is easy. Learn why compost teas are so powerful and effective--How to brew compost teas--Compost tea applications--How to put together a simple compost tea brewer--How to make compost specifically for compost teas. How to create worm castings for compost teas--How to build practical, movable worm bins--How to combine EM products with compost tea to increase its potency










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The Flowering Orchard, 1888




The Flowering Orchard, 1888





The Flowering Orchard, 1888
Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890)
Oil on canvas

28 1/2 x 21 in. (72.4 x 53.3 cm)
Signed (lower left): Vincent
The Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ittleson Jr. Purchase Fund, 1956 (56.13)

This painting belongs to a series of fourteen blossoming orchards that Van Gogh painted in spring 1888, shortly after his arrival in Arles, the Provencal town in the south of France where he worked from February 1888 until May 1889. The present example, which includes a scythe and rake, is one of only two orchards that allude to human presence or labor. The motif and Van Gogh's stylized treatment are related to Japanese prints.


Source: Vincent van Gogh: The Flowering Orchard (56.13) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art











Down the orchard path




Down the orchard path





Mt. Adams visible at the end of the orchard row. You can't see much (if anything) of Mt. Adams from Portland, and I forgot how visible it is from Hood River. And then Mt. Hood is clearly visible in the other direction. Beautiful views in this valley!









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Polygamy in America isn't taken seriously. Part of that is because basic societal rules brand it anathema. Most mainstream religions chime in, denigrating plural marriage as immoral. And yet, history is full of examples of places and peoples in which having multiple spouses not only worked, but was taken for granted. So why is it that things changed?

There are many arguments, but the author wishes to propose that fairy tales killed multiple spouse marriages. Why? Because the popular belief evolved that there is but one, true love for each human being on Earth. And once found, each can love no other. The church hopped on board with that, despite the fact that most holy books are full of plural marriages, and the Catholic Church marries all it's nuns to the same groom.

But the author is willing to bet that you, like him, have detected the capacity in humans to love multiple people at the same time. Children are a good example. If you have more than one child, you love all of them. You don't love them equally, meaning the exact same way, but love them you do. Why, then, cannot you love more than one person romantically as well, each having their own unique thread of love?

And that is what this book is about - an attempt to frame a forbidden romance in a way that the average person can identify with, and imagine him or herself within. Come and experience what it could be like if we were allowed to love to our full potential. Yes, it is fiction. Yes it is a fantasy. But I bet you the price of the book that you'll think of at least two people you wish you could be in love with, in the way described in the story.

Bob MacAllister, trying to escape a failed romance, takes off into the unknown, where fate leads him to the Simmons Apple Orchard, where he is taken in by Lynne, the single mom of 13-year-old Jill. Over the next five years the three of them become a family, and then more, somehow, as both Bob and Lynne heal from the slings and arrows of damaged love, and Jill begins to explore the big, wide world of her own feelings. Nothing seems to go as expected, though. Jill has a boyfriend, but they don't act like a couple. Bob lives in the house with the women, but is really just an employee. Coincidence, like waves in the ocean, toss the three this way and that, until suddenly a most unlikely destination is arrived at - a destination that none of them would have dreamed could exist, where two women can love one man, and he can give them both what they need emotionally and physically.

Warning: This book contains adult language and sex scenes inappropriate for those under the age of eighteen.

Polygamy in America isn't taken seriously. Part of that is because basic societal rules brand it anathema. Most mainstream religions chime in, denigrating plural marriage as immoral. And yet, history is full of examples of places and peoples in which having multiple spouses not only worked, but was taken for granted. So why is it that things changed?

There are many arguments, but the author wishes to propose that fairy tales killed multiple spouse marriages. Why? Because the popular belief evolved that there is but one, true love for each human being on Earth. And once found, each can love no other. The church hopped on board with that, despite the fact that most holy books are full of plural marriages, and the Catholic Church marries all it's nuns to the same groom.

But the author is willing to bet that you, like him, have detected the capacity in humans to love multiple people at the same time. Children are a good example. If you have more than one child, you love all of them. You don't love them equally, meaning the exact same way, but love them you do. Why, then, cannot you love more than one person romantically as well, each having their own unique thread of love?

And that is what this book is about - an attempt to frame a forbidden romance in a way that the average person can identify with, and imagine him or herself within. Come and experience what it could be like if we were allowed to love to our full potential. Yes, it is fiction. Yes it is a fantasy. But I bet you the price of the book that you'll think of at least two people you wish you could be in love with, in the way described in the story.

Bob MacAllister, trying to escape a failed romance, takes off into the unknown, where fate leads him to the Simmons Apple Orchard, where he is taken in by Lynne, the single mom of 13-year-old Jill. Over the next five years the three of them become a family, and then more, somehow, as both Bob and Lynne heal from the slings and arrows of damaged love, and Jill begins to explore the big, wide world of her own feelings. Nothing seems to go as expected, though. Jill has a boyfriend, but they don't act like a couple. Bob lives in the house with the women, but is really just an employee. Coincidence, like waves in the ocean, toss the three this way and that, until suddenly a most unlikely destination is arrived at - a destination that none of them would have dreamed could exist, where two women can love one man, and he can give them both what they need emotionally and physically.

Warning: This book contains adult language and sex scenes inappropriate for those under the age of eighteen.










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