LU Botāniskais dārzs


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Rīga. LU Botāniskais dārzs. Šeit atrodami visdažādākie jaukumi. Fotogrāfijās centos dažus iemūžināt. Šeit gan 2010. gan 2009. gada fotogrāfijas.

bugenvileja bonsai

bugenvilejas bonsai

Liels pārsteigums man bija ieraudzīt, ka bugenvilejas arī var audzēt kā bonsai kociņus. Fotogrāfija gan ne visai izdevusies, bet kā nu eksponāts bija novietots, tā fotogrāfēju.
telpaugi

palīdziet atcerēties, kā sauca. Jakobīnija?

akalīfe

akalīfe

paprika

Paprika. Foto: Rīga, LU Botāniskais dārzs

Īpaši stilīga un amizanta ir dekoratīvā paprika.

baltais skaistums

baltais skaistums

hibiscus rosa sinensis hybr.

hibiscus rosa sinensis hybr. Hibiska (Ķīnas roze) hibrīds

Šādu man arī gribētos, bet mājās ir vietas tikai tik daudz, cik ir. Atkal skumji jānopūšas.

Zied karaliskā strelīcija
Zied karaliskā strelīcija

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18 Responses to LU Botāniskais dārzs

  1. Atpakaļ ziņojums: Vecrīga. Dažas vecas fotogrāfijas | Foto. Rīga.

  2. Atpakaļ ziņojums: Acis. Visskaistākās | Foto. Rīga.

  3. Atpakaļ ziņojums: Logi ne tikai Rīgā 2 | Foto. Rīga.

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  5. Atpakaļ ziņojums: Vecrīga. Jumti un logi. 2010. (2) | Foto. Rīga.

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  9. Atpakaļ ziņojums: Ventspils fotogrāfijās | Foto. Rīga.

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  12. Maximiliano saka:

    On the 28th of May I am a 2 year old blogger, so I have been arnuod for a while, it’s just the community blog that hasn’t been!It’ll be interesting to see how far you’ll get if you keep this up. That is what I have been thinking too Maria, thing is I can’t keep up a post a day, it’s unsustainable, so I need help from other bloggers (I know you are busy) to keep up the momentum! I aim to make this blog a success, and I am not going to stop until it is

  13. Gadadhar saka:

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  14. I am very sad to hear she’s gone. I know she had a couple of young celidrhn and a doting husband. had a few e-mail exchanges with her and was hoping to someday meet her in person when my travels take me to that part of the woods. I guess that’s what happens when we put things off, especially as i suspected from her descriptions of the treatments she was undergoing that her cancer was terminal. Was always amazed at what a life force she had and how easily she could cut through all kinds of bull (even mine). She seemed like a kind as well as a passionate person, with many talents (check the recipes on her web site!) and certainly no push-over. Most hasbara types would fizzle in no time, when subjected to her ire.Here’s a comforting thought to all who miss her : according to my new religion (The Matrix, as in we are all simulations ), certain programs are brought back periodically like a variation on a theme*. Since there are indications (flimsy ones!) that the matrix occasionally borrows ideas from some of its own semi-autonomous sub-routines, I’ll see what I can do about the most commendable Leila program. _____* ps: just think witty and you’ll become a convert too.

  15. I am very sad to hear she’s gone. I know she had a couple of young celidrhn and a doting husband. had a few e-mail exchanges with her and was hoping to someday meet her in person when my travels take me to that part of the woods. I guess that’s what happens when we put things off, especially as i suspected from her descriptions of the treatments she was undergoing that her cancer was terminal. Was always amazed at what a life force she had and how easily she could cut through all kinds of bull (even mine). She seemed like a kind as well as a passionate person, with many talents (check the recipes on her web site!) and certainly no push-over. Most hasbara types would fizzle in no time, when subjected to her ire.Here’s a comforting thought to all who miss her : according to my new religion (The Matrix, as in we are all simulations ), certain programs are brought back periodically like a variation on a theme*. Since there are indications (flimsy ones!) that the matrix occasionally borrows ideas from some of its own semi-autonomous sub-routines, I’ll see what I can do about the most commendable Leila program. _____* ps: just think witty and you’ll become a convert too.

  16. Johan saka:

    Computers can be painfully treoolbsume. Depending upon how far you want to take it, commenting can be as difficult as writing a blog post. Still, some blogs manage to develop and sustain sizeable numbers of commenters. How? Even if you don’t comment, I appreciate you stopping by. Before we had computers, writers got relatively few comments from their readers. Instead, they got book reviews. That I think I would rather do without.

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