35 Burst results for "Foliage"
Summer Cocktail Tips, Straight From the Garden
"I. I'm not going to talk about a specific cocktail today. But i'm going to encourage people to experiment you know ellen. The mo- hito has been so popular of late. Right and there are several mint based cocktails. And they're fine. They're wonderful and all kinds of mintz can be used for them. So that's delicious. But i would encourage people to experiment with other flavors with any traditional cocktail recipe. That calls for meant whether it's a mint julep or mo hito instead of using the mint think about using other flavors in that same recipe and i would encourage you to try basil. That's a wonderful herb to use for flavoring. I would encourage you to try lemon for beena. Which is a little milder and But also plays well very well with anything that has lime in it. Of course and i would also encourage people to try to stir cham's because using minister shem foliage instead of the mint and even minister shem flowers. You put those flowers and foliage in the cocktail shaker and you mix it up and straighten it out and you've got the spiciness of distortion and you can garnish the cocktail with mr shem flour. And it's it's yummy. I wasn't even thinking on long the substitution line. But last year i had an august a in my garden and at the end of the year i was cutting them back and i dried all the foliage and it's got a wonderful sort of half meant have liquorice flavour and i made some of it into a syrup and i've been thinking what could i. How could i use this in a cocktail so going to go back and look at all the classic mint cocktails and see one. This substitution does for just mixing it up a little bit.
For a Different Look in Your Garden, Try Yucca
"Initially and i'm talking way back in time. I thought that plant doesn't belong here. It looks like the zone plant or new mexico. Plant or whatever i i was. I was a bit of a situation with a class and i turned to the professor to ask question. I must have backed up. Just a touch. I had shorts on at that point in time. And i knew i backed into something. Because the tips of leaves are bordering on being that of a needle. I understand they use the indian people used to indigenous people used to strip the leaves of some of their vantage and so on and use them as wine or minor rope and so on. Yucca is the name of the plant yucca is has been for. I don't know we can have now and going on. It's about i think half over tall boring on four and a half five five and a half feet tall. The leaves are staying at. Oh i don't know need to buy and then up comes this stem gangly looking thing when it first starts up when it starts to flower. It's very different now. Summer white white and beyond that summer kind of a creamy white there is a variegated form. And so i still think the plant belongs in arizona however when it is used here in in all zone five and six it still fits in If it's not just one plant and that one plant can be used in a perennial garden. sticking up background. That's fine but i. I've seen them used wrong or they don't i don't know they don't seem to hold their own visually against we'll call the normal foliage and things around here however i've seen the music groups and a group of yucca. Five plants whatever it might be can be seen. I swear for up to a quarter mile when they're standing tall and saw it. So i put that in there. It's it's the red white and blue time Up up close. The plants are always sending out new flower florence. If you will and and some old dead when so when you're up close you kinda see a mixture but at a distance it's all just a great big four and a half foot stem of white flour. So it's it. It has to be a plan of the week. And since it's about what i call mid bloom period That's it and it does kind of add to our fourth of july red white and
5 Insider Tips Every Speaker Needs to Know
"There are certain things that establish a foundation that you absolutely have to know in this episode title foliage going to share with you five insider tips that every speaker needs to know. Tyler has been acting in film and television since he was six years old and is an accomplished film and stage performer. He is also passionate about helping others confidently take the stage and impact an audience with their stories. He is currently the managing director of total buyin an author of the number one bestselling book the power to speak naked. Tyler brings an undeniable gravitas to the conferences and workshops. He leads feeling equally at home whether among an intimate group are in front of a crowd of hundreds with his distinct direct style. Show entitled foley is emerging as one of north america's sought after leaders in the field of public speaking for personal and professional development. Welcome to the show tyler. It's an absolute pleasure to be european. It is no better place to start from the beginning. So let's discuss stagefright. Where does it come from how listeners get over it well as so. I'm gonna impact that question in reverse. The first way that they can get over. Stagefright is to recognize that they actually don't have stage fright. Everyone says that they're afraid of public speaking. And you and i are having a conversation right now in although we're probably not physically near each other we're still in public. We're discussing things. And i'm sure that everyone of your listeners. At some point right now has had had a conversation in a group of friends appears at a party or a social event or something. So we're not afraid of public speaking. What we're afraid of is bob
Paperbark Maple: The Perfect Tree For Small Spots
"I found a plant. That i've known for a long time. I know younger ones of it. But i was. I was in a different situation last weekend. And i came across a more mature paperbark. Maple now i i. I have a client friend who has one that somebody teen feet. This one would be twenty twenty two feet now. That last four feet is not just in i. it's in width. Also paperbark maple is well named it has Bark like sycamore in the sense of peeling off. it's different colors as such and it's it's a bi colored plant even without considering the leaves. The leaf is a try type leaf for little little center stem and three leaflets. On each the twigs then are a well. I don't know dark. Brown glossy Anywhere for the first two possibly three years. then they start to what's called exploit. The bark literally peels off and within the fourth and fifth year. The the pretty brown is on out on the newer tips and it's then just simply shedding its outer skin and as it sheds at outer skin it makes it attractive darn near all year round. I i walked around the corner on a fairly sizable building. And the guy said. That's that that is a paperwork maple. He's how'd you know from from sixty feet. I could tell because the bark. I said then i have to look at the buds just to be sure but Quite a remarkable treat twenty to thirty feet it makes a wonderful vents small tree for smaller properties and so on and then of course interesting in its exfoliating season as well as a light shade now. Maples says the the norway maple in particular is known to kill lawns. it has a tremendous amount of routes. They're fairly close to the surface and they they will cause the area around them to be barren of grass anyhow Quite easily this tree. As i have seen them in the past and it fair sites and the one i'm talking about seeing the date has oh i don't know eight and a half nine inch trunk diameter at about twenty two feet or so so it's it is not even starting to kill the grass wonderful small trie for small lawns. And you're always talking about looking for ways to have a four season plant. Absolutely is a four season planet is now the the fall color is not the very greatest hits. It's an orangey. it's attractive enough by all means but it's not like a sugar maple that flames or looks like flame in the forest. But it's still very very pretty and then it has nice looking structure and then the the papery bark is from the ground right on up through the top except for the first two years of the foliage or of of the bark on the twigs. And that's that cinnamon dark brown Just absolutely an attractive tree for small spots.
What is a Standard?
"Is a standard. You may have heard that term wondered what the heck is that. Do i buy a plant standard. Is that rosa standard. Is that hydrologist standard. What does this mean. This was on my mind recently ellen because somebody sent me a picture of their vegetable garden and at all four corners of their vegetable garden. They grow a cannabis plant as a standard. I have never seen that. Send you the picture. Because is first of all gorgeous. Second of all huge trunk things but we do. They live someplace where it's warm enough. That they don't have the cannabis doesn't have to come in in the window. No annual they do it as an annual you know they get stat big. Sorry i shouldn't have said that that distracted us so that all right. That's all right. So let's let's talk about what a standard is a standard basically is growing something so that it looks like a small tree. That's how i would define you prune up the limbs at the bottom of the plant as the plant grows and it may look like a lollipop. I've seen land tana's stole sold as standards and they look like know flowery lollipops on top of a trunk. You could find a rosemary. Standard as an herb. For growing indoors. It'd be much smaller. But again it still has that bare trunk at the bottom and it might be round at the top or it could be pruned into a square or diamond shape. It's actually it's a simple kind of topiary if you think about it yes it is and it's making a plant look like a small tree as you say with that bare trunk and then the top has the foliage and flowers. If it's a blooming plant many people grow tropical hibiscus as a standard in a pot on deck during the summertime and other tropical plants as well are commonly raised by at the grower as a standard and sold for container plants. Yeah and you see roses as standards. I think more often the smaller flowered roses not the giant ones and when i was growing up in new england. Lots of people grew hydrangea as standards but out in their yards not in containers and they would call them. Hydrangea trees which of course now. I want to say it's not a tree no matter how you grow it but but that was a really popular thing in new england when i was growing up. I don't know if it's still is. Oh it definitely still is now in the old days. They made those standard hydrangea by pruning ruining the lower limbs and leading one trunk Grow up now they grow the trunks. They graft whatever variety of the hype train peninsula onto the top of the trunk and so often. Now they are grafted. And you can find straight hydrangea peninsulas. As a tree form that's basically how they're referred to now at the garden center is a tree form and you can find lime lights. You can find firelight standards. Any number of varieties of the hydrangea peninsula can be purchased in that three four if people are wondering what a standard is now you
Proteas: Celebrating These Botanical Shape-Shifters
"Fond of as we're speaking. You have a bunch pictured behind you wonderfully illustrated on the wall but the proteas. I have to say those paintings by a friend of mine. Vicki thomas and she's one of south africa's most acclaimed botanical straight. That's awesome absolutely wonderful person. Carry on all right. Shout out to vicki. Thomas amazing i can seem from here. They're great but you know this is a group. That is a little strange. They're beautiful most of the time. Some of them are culinary interests. A lot of people will be most familiar with them for the cut flower industry and their use in different floral arrangements but in terms of a group of plants. The proteas pro. Dac as a family. Really kind of encapsulates. Everything you've aimed for and more and unlike flagship species they're not getting nearly the attention. They deserve for the plate that they're facing as a family of plants. In a modern world they are a real bench of wackos I mean lynn. A cult them protea or called the jenness protea protea. Because of the greek god. Protease protease was a shape shifter so lineas such will this plump family comes in such a huge range of different weird shapes and forms in not justice flowers but its foliage and its fruits and all the rest of it but there's only one name for them knots the proteas and some of them are crazy and they have crazy names to i mean there's a there's a genus of pro. Tac out there. called megahertz. Sia megahertz probably one of the best plump names. I think that there is and they produce these crazy flower heads. They're not flowers there in or conflicts ince's to be more specific about it. They have these amazing floral brax. The king protea the national flower south africa is is a conflict essence so hundreds of individual flowers surrounded by these beautiful pink or red floral brock switch. A modified leaves banks is the same huge heads. One of the most flourish in fluorescence in the world is a species of fanciable granted. The bull banksia has up to three thousand individual flowers in the end in a single head. But they don't do things by normal standards than nearly always bird or mammal pollinated rather than insect pollinated. They don't use a micro rizal relationship. In most instances. There are a few that. Do they do crazy stuff with that chemical makeup and the way that they use chemicals in their in their systems particularly the way that these phosphorus they are almost completely made of licnen and that goes for the flowers as well as a the warden the leaves you know. This plant family is yeah wacko to me. Just like people. My favorite groups are just the wackos the one offs the strange ones. That are just doing things. A little bit differently than the rest or sometimes drastically differently than the rest. And i am so foreign to most of what this family has to offer. I mean i'll remember going to the huntington for the first time in going. Wait a minute there trees
The Art Of Shooting Hidden Tracks
"But cooling this one today Hidden tracks rather hidden tracks. There's lots of Sort of remnants of you like Clues to the track itself is long quite straightened. Cut through will the the greenery of foliage foliage and and trees will have some trees of now started to grow across. what was the track But there's this small clues to it being a railway once upon a time. So let's get on with the letters. Thank you to michael hong kong for these circus train pages. Now i know not. Everybody is into circus. Must admit after. Wednesday's chatham i'm not a really huge circus fan though addict kid but we've never taken our kids to the to the circus i. I've been to a few went to one a long long long long time ago. Human circus when human circus. He started becoming trendy. And i'm discounting the cirque du soleil here which is a class apart of asleep but this was In a cold ten nicole night the cold harm common which is a play. I think he was awesome coming. Which is a place in hartford in hartford. Share somewhere around there it was It was mainly clowns and for the folks who feel molly squeamish about clowns. You know the way that. I feel about morris men it would possibly have been a kilo cure event. Maybe it was a killer event because an being one since anyway michael says been really enjoying the fertile will conditions of. How many times your son thomas really love train picks. Oh yes he does does a bear. Well you know what i mean so it occurred to me this week. Often walk in part that has various freight trains rolling by when i walk through a casino and a higher. We don't have a lot of passenger trains. Really remember to take pictures. When i'm walking but i'll change that. Oh you must change. That's what this edition all about. Have your camera make some pictures or consult together and as for where you live in ohio with with freight train swore. You'd be thomas's new best mate. You really he loves those big american muscle trains. There is absolute favorite well alongside the trained that we have in this country that we don't have in this area anymore. The classic intercity one to five clause forty-three as or say that it's not a one to five. It's a class forty three high son. I'll get that right next time anyway. Nail i thought about two thousand seventeen when the ringling bros. And barnum and bailey circus was making its loss stop before closing down due to the progressive society. For better or worse they used to stage the train outside. Cincinnati to the east in the performance would live on the train as you can see in the shop between the trains with a garbage bags hanging out the doors. Yes you can on one of the final days before they set out for the last time i did take my newly purchased x t to and sixteen mill. One point four right when. I got into photography much later than i should have unwanted house and took a few paulie frame. Shots didn't do a great job. documenting a piece of history but happy to share the few that i did. So you can. Share those with your. Your son will well. I already have. You might have noticed on instagram Grid yet. I looked in the last twenty four. Maybe they've made maybe they've made them there. We were certainly looking through them together. See yeah thank you. For the pitches these a wonderfully important pictures. Because that's the kind of traveling thing that just no longer exists. Does it perfect for. Today's theme is almost like this was planned here. I am hidden tracks. There you are tracks disappearing not so much the but the trains of course in juxtaposition the to the subject to circuses. Wednesday's show was a real wakeup call. Wasn't that i knew that. Hunting was Was an issue in the world but I had no idea We were at the point of extinction with the african lion and that said the next thirty years. What is under thirty years now. Isn't it the african lion may
Why Is My Arborvitae Turning Brown from the Ground Up?
"We had a question today. From dave who says he has several mature arba vita and they're starting to turn brown from the bottom up about two feet and he's wondering what could be causing that. And what do you think he should do. Okay now maturity is is hard to Speak to without looking. However when he says larger provided that are maturing then my very first thought is as normal plants lou. Well as they grow at the top they start by age losing energy in the lower part of the plant. It just is a natural consequence is kind of like kind of like my hairline ono that any on mark There may be nothing wrong with his plants other than age I don't know how to guide him other than to say that this might be normal. Maybe can't be changed and he should sink then of short plants that he can put in front of those that is the vita and and fill in that blank space now it is again common when there's vibrant growth in the top which is expected for that lower area to out. Now this is one. You'll have to study. Because where i am not into the word topping. When it comes to plants. I have done so now. It doesn't change what is already void area however if he should shorten those plants within reason and no more than maybe twenty percent he can slow down and there's a lot of l. non science and but he can slow down the growth at the top just a little bit and therefore help retains some of the foliage at the bottom just because it causes the plant to grow in a little different way. Now we're not talking about cutting them in half anything of that nature and it isn't a one hundred percent situation but i know that can help Then it comes to shade. If these maturing plants are in more shade or something in front of them Do against the sun's exposure that lack of light or reduction of light can indeed cause a plant to simply shall we say move on with top growth Shade can be a factor. I seriously doubt that there is a disease or insect however it is possible. So do the do the bag worm. Check for sure looking to see if they're not eating things up as they shouldn't Check on spring growth and on a calm day but a piece of white paper under that lower foliage and smack the foliage a little bit let the debris fall on the white page then in. I don't know if i were ten seconds. The little spider mites that might be in there we'll have righted themselves in hanging onto the paper. Then just tip the paper enough to let the extra debris fall off and then if you see little spots that are moving and these little spots will be smaller than the period at the end of a sentence but you can. You can rub your finger over them. And if you see a red smear you know you've got a treat for spider mites then The other thing just as keeping them. In good growth maturing plants Have a greater distribution of energy inside the plant in terms of from route. Two top just be sure that they may be are lightly mulched to keep the soil somewhat more moist and cool in the summertime Those things i bail. I'm gonna go back to the fact that the are. This is just an aging factor. Now there can also be bunnies which is not likely at all but bunnies and things that will eat the lower foliage so he he has to check to see whether it's just simply dead or whether it's been eaten and bitten off.
Native Groundcovers with Duncan Himmelman
"Com. But as i mentioned in the introduction. I'm now eradicating some naughty plants. Well oh yeah very much familiar And i i agree with you in terms of plants. Like and japanese pachysandra You know back forty years ago people were saying. Hey here are some great options for you and now fast forward. We're regretting every moment of having planted any of those in our yard so absolutely My interested in native ground covers of course comes from switching out those particular Particular ground cover options to Have native plants that can provide ecosystem benefits and provide alternatives to the lawn. Yes the naughty uninvited mental lawn. That doesn't do much for wildlife. And we momo and use all kinds of non-sustainable things in the process of doing so in feeding it in whatever so yeah prentice amazing so voided at all costs. So you've been thinking about grant covers for a long time as i recall. I think you even did. Maybe part of your doctoral work or some graduate work at cornell years ago on ground covers didn't you. I mean this has been a long interest. Yeah has In the urban horticulture institute at cornell and we were looking for a ground covers that would survive. Urban conditions and the premise of the research was to use woody plans instead of herbaceous plants and the reason being that what he plans year round structure. And if you're in In a city like or urban environment you can appreciate the fact that herbaceous ground covers. I'll lose their foliage over winter and people could step on them and compact the soil so we were looking for shrubs in point of fact That would be up to three feet in height and have some opportunity to spread and cover the ground fairly quickly so Yeah it was a an interest of mine at that time and you know in terms of recommending shrubs as ground covers. People have kind of shied away from that because they think of copper has traditionally being something that's low to the ground six or so inches and spreads but a number of shrubs it can Fill that role yes and in some spots especially you want that extra dimension i mean plus it really like i have a hillside just out on a on a very steep site in. Just there's a small sort of flat backyard area and then a water garden and then there's a steep incline again. You know where the property rises again. And i have a lot of ground covers on that area. It's a it's a. it's a tough spot to get in there and work in all the time you know. It's it's precarious. So it's great to have things that are kind of permanent and solid and been there a very long time and they don't have to get in there all the time and you know dead head or tweak constantino what i mean mean. There's a lot of maintenance that goes in to Pervasive ground covers and one of the One of the primary shrub plants. That i like to recommend for that exact situation a hillside. That's full sun facing Well drained is grow fragrance. su mac. It's it's the best choice for so many so many situations because it roots in quite easily. It spreads slowly but You know steadily and it has a lot of beautiful features such as the green foliage during the spring and summer and they turn beautiful beautiful crimson and wine reds in the fall so It's a plants that we were of course in our graduate research cornell and i see more and more being used out in the landscape whether it's urban commercial or even residential so great choice for that that kind of situation they love full sun.
Evergreens To Cut For The Holidays
"Your plants of the week. There's multiple and because because only four of the flowers of one mum. We have to switch up. And what i have put it to. This week is coming into the season as we are On a positive note. We're gonna have christmas and it'll all be over within three weeks from today. But in the meantime your property may yield sufficient evergreen boughs of all different kinds to do a lot of decorating inside This this is an excellent time to start getting the cuttings taken One of the things to mention when we're dealing with human heights against size of some evergreens. You wanna start at about waist. High and then take branches from above that the reason being that the older foliage at the bottom is having enough trouble staying alive and staying fooled and bush's so to speak just on its own. That's just the way trees grill so if you started waist high and and work your way on up then you can take bows. I would take only a few or just even one from each of a couple of different sections You can you can mix light green. Greens long neil short and he goes all kinds of things including the visual the visual that is including then the fragrance One of the outstanding things about christmas and as memories go smells are really really heavy and i remember the frazier for my parents. Used to have scraggly little devil in in the sense of weight and dillard's practically the end of the season and went and pick out what was left but at the same time it smelled good. And that's one of the things that i i would say because you can you can do the junipers the arbor vita the taxes spruce Be careful on blue spruce or they're having enough trouble without you take very much out of them but those are things that we can count as color at this point and then it will soon be color indoors.
Growing a String-of-Pearls Plant
"We're going to talk about a very hot house plant. There are trends in house plants. Last year was monster. It's probably still monster but one plant. That's super popular right now and i'm going to try really hard to pronounce this correctly but whatever i do i'm going to do it with conviction it's curio rally anise used to be called scenario rally ennis. And it's known as string of pearls or bead plant and this is in every magazine photo of an indoor garden. Everybody's crazy about this plant right now. Are you crazy about this plant sale. Well it it's funny. Because i recently did buy one i few years ago had a big rain chain out in my porch and i planted all of the cups in the rain. Chain with succulents. That's fantastic. I love the and and the top one i planted with this curio. The string of pearls so that they dangled down and over the edges. But it's funny that now it's kind of hard plant to find. I know at my garden center. They have a hard time finding growers. Who are growing this plant. So i just want to caution people because it suddenly you know what used to be a grandma plant that your grandmother had in her window and every time she wanted to give you some. You're older you're is right now. It is a hothouse plant. That people want partly. Because i mean that's pretty unusual to have a plant that instead of foliage has little green round beads. Right it's it's a cool looking plant. I'll give you that. It's a cool. It's a cool looking plant. It's also an easy plant for people who tend to not water. Their plants often enough and in fact the way that you can go wrong with this plant is by giving it too much water but as with most succulents you also need to have adequate light so waterboarding it in a room with no windows is not gonna be good for this plant. Either you need to have it in a window and probably not a north facing. It'll it'll survive in north facing window. But you'll notice longer pieces of stem between the little green balls and it won't be quite as luscious looking as it was when you bought it at the garden center. It's funny because you almost always see these in hanging pots. The cascade down or up on a pedestal so that they can cascade down so i thought to myself. How does this plant grow in nature right you. Can you can picture some of the Epa films all living in trees. And i thought is is a plant that lives in trees but it turns out. No it is not. This is a plant that is native to africa where it grows is a ground cover and this gives you a clue if you cannot find this plant somewhere but you have a friend who has it. Think about how it grows in nature. I know we say that all the time but it's a really good thing to do that. Plant the stems grow along the ground and where it makes contact with the ground it sends out roots and that indicates or should indicate to you that it will not be difficult to route a cutting of this plant. So if you want it and you can't find it and you have a generous friend. Maybe they'll give you a piece. I have never seen one actually bloom indoors. I'm sure that it could if you had a really bright window or greenhouse. But i have to say those flowers are so cool looking and this is also really weird. I know they kind of remind me of the corona virus because there they're white and they're round and they have these read statements that stick out all around the flower. So if you google it like the flower of string of pearls. You're going to see one of those things that looks like a depiction of the corona virus. But don't let that stop you from growing this plant please
The Low Down On Houseplant Fertilizers
"We're going to start off with a true or false and that is you need to have a special fertilizer for every type of indoor plant that you grow so ellen what say you do. We need african violet food. Do we need orchid food. Do we need foliage plant food. I want to just be flip about it and say no next question but there are some times when a special fertilizer is useful but i will also say that you do not need an african violet food and an orchid food. You can use the same one. I will not name the company. But i will say i was once on a press junket in florida out of factory where different house plant. Fertilizers were being made. And guess what. The same fertilizer went into the african violet. Food bag that went into the orchid food bag because both of those foods are basically intended for promoting bloom in your house plants and it didn't matter if it was an african violet or an oregon and that company that you visited is not alone many fertilizer companies make a formulation that's appropriate for many different plants. And then they put it in a bag. That has the picture of a particular type of plant and that same formulation goes into another bag with another picture. So it's you know it's kinda the american way and people need to know that sometimes it is not necessary to have that special food for a particular plant. What i do think is necessary. Is that people not only think about the amount of fertilizer that they are giving plants right that they think about whether the fertilizer that they are using is a synthetic or inorganic fertilizer and how the plant might respond in indoors. And the reason. I'm mentioning that is first of all many people want to use organic so they'll you sprinkle a granular organic on the surface of their house. Plant and about two weeks later. They see mold growing on the surface and they should know that. This isn't really a problem but it freaks people out sometimes but it's an organic matter that they've put on and they're keeping it moist. So that's what happens to organic matter when it stays moi's did it breaks down and the fungus that's breaking that down is what's making it usable to the plant and i think another thing to think about it in addition to what kind of fertilizer you're using is when you're using it. You're gonna read on the fertilizer packages that you should be using it every time you water your plant will please remember where that advice is coming from. Just coming from the people who want to sell you. Fertilizer and i would never fertilize my plants every time my water. I think that's way overdoing it. I agree with that and you are correct. Think about when and think about whether the plant is thirsty if you are using a synthetic fertilizer you really don't want to use a synthetic fertilizer on a thirsty plant. So if you routinely let your your house plants dry up a little bit inbetween watering by all means you want to water that plant. I let it get well hydrated and then apply the fertilizer and not too strong a concentration. Well that brings up two interesting points. First of all yes. I i would always mix my fertilizer at half the strength. That's recommended on the the bag or the jar. But let's talk a little bit about why. You should not fertilize thirsty plants because this might be something that people don't know But if you do fertilize a thirsty plant or plant with a dry root system. You run the risk of that fertilizer. Actually we call it. Burning the roots now. Of course they're not going to be set on fire but but it does a nice for the routes it can stress them it can destroy them it can kill them. Does the salt in the in the in the fertilizer instead of the root pulling up the water at it's pulling up salt too and if the root is dry then that can kill the the cells and you sometimes see it as root damage and you can also see it as brown edges on. The leaves are typical sign of fertilizer. Burn as well because when the roots die and can no longer do their job. They can't keep the foliage hydrated the way they're supposed to and that's why you see the the browning on the leave so bear that in mind. I think seals advice about make sure your plant is well hydrated before you apply fertilizer. That's a really good one
For The Love Of Begonias
"In our main segment today. Ellen i wanted to talk about begonias because this is you know in the fall i bring my begonia plants back from summer camp and into the house and in most i would say most rooms of my house that have a window there is at least one. Begonia and the range of sizes and types is so amazing and it occurred to me that if some of our listeners don't have a lot of experience with begonias we need to be a cheerleader for this planned and tell people all of the variety and the amazing qualities that so many of them. Have you know. I wasn't sure when you said you wanted to talk about begonias. I was pretty sure you were talking about indoor begonias but i also thought could we just save a moment sometime to talk about the hardy begonia. Because it's such a great perennial and so underused so just let's make sure we save time for that to absolutely well. Of course on my mind is the not hardy begonias in that. I grow many of them in pots and they go outside in the summertime an inside in the wintertime. Let's just kind of talk about the fact that there are so many you know i read that there are fifteen hundred species of begonia. That does not surprise me. And they're hugely varied from the little ones with tiny little demure flowers to some of those giant leave tropical rainforest hairy plants that scramble for yards. But i bet you have a favorite. Do you have a favorite whatever. I looked at ten minutes ago. Yeah i gotta say. I find the wrecks pagodas to be absolutely irresistible the foliage color. The fact that you don't even care if they flower because the patterns of color and the shape of the leaf. Just i just love rex begonias. It's interesting to me. That the leaves of at least i think the majority of begonias are asymmetrical this plant. That they don't have symmetrical leaves which often makes them more interesting and the wrecks pagonis as you say the color purples and blues and silver. Those are just wonderful plants for putting in say window boxes shade or you know as a container component in shade gardens You asked about my favorite's the one. That sort of immediately comes to mind as one that i find so intriguing is one that a friend gave me and it's called. The immense begonia and it is immense the stem on this begonia is a good two inches in diameter and it kind of winds around like a snake and then the the leaves are good six inches across and long. But the most amazing thing about it is to stems. And of both the go up to the leaves. And the underside of the leaves are covered with bright pink hairs. That almost look like thorns. And i would love to see a picture of the i do not know that begonia. But your description is making me desire it and it flowers in the wintertime. It's clearly triggered into flowering by long night short days And so starting. In about january it puts out lung fronts a bright pink flowers and when you have it in a window the wonderful thing is those those bright pink hairs get back lit when it comes in the window. It is stunning. It is huge. It is very heavy. I bet when. I brought it in my husband said. Why don't you let me help you with that. And i said you know the funny thing about this. Begonia is the plant is heavier than the pot. The clay pot was not as heavy as the actual plant. Because it's you know so massive.
The ancient Ginkgo tree has beautiful fall color.
"Gingko trees are very unique have many many uses numerous forms of them. They're the only plant that I know of and I don't think anybody knows of that is of the well, let's just say the way back period of time millions of years ago Gingko has a very fine an interesting flared type of thing in the leave and and so on. That right now, they are starting to turn yellow, and this is almost a golden yellow I have a memory of seeing one tree at the back of the corner of a property. I saw one day in this beautiful cardinal or well this call Cardinal. But in any event, the yellow of the foliage was absolutely outstanding. I went back the next day on the same mission and happened to look the same direction and there wasn't a lethal in the tree. Yeah. No I don't mark a new word believes all formed. Yeah. That's technical term slump. Very, very difficult, her her the defoliated as probably as known to most of you when it comes this time of year trees having magic weight of causing fully ation the little it's called Ad Cisic acid, and you don't have to worry about that but it actually seals off the vessels between the twig that the lead the lead on and the leaf itself. So when that forms. And breaks down that connection. Then the leaves drop now many trees before they over a period of time, sugar maple can take two or more weeks of glorious colors. The Gingko forms. It just simply in the course of twenty four hours, a great big tree can be darned near totally defoliated. Then it goes from the beautiful gold in the sky area above you to a pattern and depends on if the wind but it's not Wendy believes will fall in a circle. It looks like a great big goal donut around the trees drums.
Scientist seeks old vacation photos from Acadia National Park
"If you've ever taken a fall trip to Acadia national park in Maine a climate scientist wants to see your photos don't worry. She won't judge outdated fashion. She just wants to see the trees behind you Stephanie. Sparrow of the University of Richmond is studying how rising temperatures and changing rain patterns affect the timing of fall foliage and Acadia she and her team have been analyzing satellite photos and scouring old newspapers and reports, and our preliminary research suggests that fall foliage has been occurring one day later a decade on average but she needs more historical data to confirm a trend because we don't have satellites. Eight that are consistent and robust before the year two thousand, we'd love if people would send in photos, the snapshots people submit by email can help establish a longer time line and verify other reports. She says surveys show that many people visit Acadia to see the colorful fall foliage. So knowing how it's timing is changing is important for park management and local tourism. It fall foliage peak particularly is occurring later and later, and later in time you can imagine that'll change some things for the way local businesses plan. So you're all snapshots could help this much love park and nearby communities adapt to climate change.
When a new plant is actually many cuttings tied together
"Board. What she calls a scandal means Mike Hans plant from baby plants dot com a company in the Netherlands which. Is Very popular for selling these very small young plants. So if you go on the website, you can see can buy an allocation Sabrina in a four centimeter diameter pot four about four and a half pounds and no wonder they are proving very popular for growers in Europe and the UK. She writes it arrived absolutely sodden looking bit limp. So I took it out of the pot to remove as much putting media as possible and reported on doing this I discovered is not actually one plump six stems tied together with an elastic band. There was some roots, but it'd a bit difficult to tell where they're coming from without separating the whole thing which I'm not keen on doing is this normal practice to Selah plant like this first of all a word about the name of this plant they own selling in this plant as Philodendron Scan Danes Mike. Cans now I think I mean I roy taxonomy as we all know is A. Bit of a minefield but. This is what I would call. Philodendron. Hetero. Mike Hans Eight trailing philodendron with these beautiful bruhns e velvety leaves, which is proper adorable unlovely. It was sold as a medium sized plant with the Drama Troupe of twelve centimeter height five centimeters. So not a tiny tiny baby plum Mrs rose to be a slightly bigger one and I contacted baby plants direct to ask about this issue. And this was their reply. We don't grow this plot ourself. So we have asked the grower, the blood is grown from cuttings they put them together with the support band to grow and make new routes. This plant is grown and sold in a pediatric nurse report that's quite a big pot for the plant. So that is why they use more cuttings to fill the pot so that. Is the deal we've got this plant sold as a medium plot, but in fact, it is a bunch of cuttings. The first thing to say about this is the practice among nurseries of packing, Paul with young plants or indeed cuttings to make it. Look more full is very, very, very widespread i. saw someone the other day with polycom Chow Doria elegance on twitter I. Think this might. Have, been in house our actually and they're wondering what to do because some of the lease looking really crispy and looking at the part you could just see there were so many young seedlings chuffed in this part together that they were just out competing one another. So the question is, is it fair to describe this plant as a medium plant when it's made up of cuttings? Well? It's a really widespread practice is very, very common I can see how lots of people new to the hobby would be very confused about this and wouldn't really understand the same happens with Swiss cheese plants, lots of baby seedlings in apart, and as a result, it looks like you've got a more mature plant that you have. Of course, with these kinds of plants you can't tell by looking at the foliage just how mature the plot is. The elastic bands interesting one again, this is certainly not unheard of come across many people who have. Taken their plots out of parts and discover that there's an elastic band in there. Is it how I want to receive a medium philodendron plant probably not I have to say I don't really want there to be an elastic band hin rather plant because although I'm probably going to spot it because I usually do look at the root ball lots of people are not going to spot that and as the reach grow on the stems grow. It's probably GONNA. Start restricting the plants growth and ideally there's cuttings shouldn't be all shoved in exactly the same spot in the pot. So that is something that concerns me. But as I, say, it's a fairly widespread practice. What would say carry is if you are unhappy with this unhappy with description and if anyone else out, there is in the same boat to go back to the supply and say, this is not acceptable. I am not happy with this because the only way that things are gonNA. Change is if supplies realize that customers are not happy with this way of doing things. So I think it's about trying to get our message across to the suppliers that they need to look. Again at the way they are packaging and putting their plants so that they will survive in the long-term because it's it's not very sustainable either to have a plot that is. Hobbled from the beginning and likely to die because it's been either shoved in apart with loads of its fellow cuttings or young plants all because it's got a band around it that could be restricting growth and causing problems in the interests of balance. I should say that I have also heard lots of good reports about baby plants, dot com, and a d like the. Way that they offer a chance for you to start off with a really spoil specimen of Aplomb, which you can then bring on as opposed to buying a really big specimen, which then might struggle a bit more auto data. Your situation
Identifying Sedges and Rushes
"GONNA start off with a section for the plant new talking about what the differences are between surges, grasses and rushes and C. L. had a pneumonic device or saying that I really liked and I. Bet. It's going to help you remember what the differences are. So C L would you share that with US please note this sort of to my mind when I was at the Garden Center where I work the other day and one of my fellow employees, he brought a a plant but some customer had growing in his lawn and he said I always get confused between the correct the sensors and the grasses, and I'm not sure which this is and he gave it to me and I said, well, here's how you can remember said just have edges Russia's are round and grasses have nodes from the tips to the ground. I like that one a lot. It's a good thing to help people figure out how to identify their own plants for so many reasons first of all, because you know it's good to know what you have but second of all, if you come across something unexpected or unknown in your garden, maybe something you didn't plant it'll help you figure out whether it's something you want to keep in your garden something you WanNa pass along to a friend or something you WanNa, throw on the compost pile so Let's start with having edges because it's such a nice raw and said just which is the genus Karic's right We have a native such as I think in every state first of all and important to know what they are because sometimes I know in my area people say, Oh, what is that grass that is growing in the woodland and it's so pretty and nobody ever knows that I want that in my yard right but it isn't a grass, it's a and it's either character Pennsylvania or or. Appalachia and these are native such as in our area, and they are beautiful and the edges is they just have a blade that has an edge, the outside edges, and then Kinda fooled in the middle and that goes all the way down in the plant. So so she cut in cross section, it would almost triangular. That's right. Yeah. That's right and one of the really nice things to my to my mind because my. House in Pennsylvania is in the woods and what I love about the characters that. So many of them will tolerate some shade whereas in in the ornamental grass category there there are some grasses that will tolerate but most of them, really like full sun. So using a character is a great way to get that shape into your garden. If you've gotTa Shadier spot the native ones, they are beautiful dark green, their drought tolerant. So they are not spreaders like grasses are usually they're mo- grow more in clumped, but once they get established in an area. They are fairly thick and almost look like a very long lawn in shade, and so they're very pretty and then there are those variegated ones or any number of them that make either great single specimen plants in your garden. Or make great ground cover I have carrots ice dance in my garden, and that's a very vigorous grower and as such, it makes a great ground cover and another way to use these characters. Especially, some of the larger ones some of them that are maybe a little bit taller than you might expect ground cover to be is. A great transition plant. It helps link different parts of your garden bed together. So if you've got a MAGENTA flower here in an orange flower here and you don't particularly want them next to each other plant, some carrots in between in in some kind of interesting shape with a curve and and help the the garden, make the transition from one color to another and if you use a variegated variety of. You're going to have that color in your garden all season long because it's not something that you plant for its flowers, you get the color from the foliage itself. So let's talk a little bit about Russia's when we have both. Russia's that are native and Russia's that are not and they are indeed round. They have a blade that comes up oftentimes they have a little flower on the end of that round leaf and we often find Russia's growing in places where the soil is a little bit moist. Although, I will say that in my area of new, England John Fuses is our native rush and I see that kind of popping up willing to take its chances in drier areas as well. So and these are very pretty plants. They are pretty and they have I mean the texture. So interesting. So you mentioned that there round and unlike the. If you caught a blade of a rush. In half and Cross section, you would see that round shape of the stem, some of the taller ones. Open and spreading sort of vase like shapes. So it's a plant that you can see through and appreciate the structure of the plant almost like a living sculpture in your
What's Up with Monk Fruit and the Whole Food Sweetener Trend?
"This week we're talking about a whole foods sweeteners. This is a term that spends circulating lately. So we'll talk about what a whole foods sweetener is and Wyatt might or might not be a better choice but I I wanted to share a quick question and answer from a listener Michel wrote. I've heard that plant based BIDMAN's absorb better than synthetic ones is this actually true or not? In fact it is not always true. Some synthetic vitamins are molecular dental to the ones found in plants and they'd be absorbed exactly the same way. folic acid is a synthetic form of the vitamin foliage and it's actually much better absorbed than the full late found in plants or in plant based vitamins. Some nutrients such as B twelve are not ever found in plants, and so for these nutrients, you'd have to rely either honest synthetic form or an animal source. Calcium is a nutrient that's found in both plant and animal foods, and in this case, the calcium in milk is actually much better absorbed than the calcium in spinach. So you see it's impossible to say that a plant based vitamin is always going to be better absorbed. Now I, think it's always preferable to get our nutrients from foods rather than supplements because they often come with a lot of other complimentary nutrients that may help your body absorb or assimilate them. But if you are relying on a supplement to fill the gap, a plant based supplement isn't necessarily going to be more beneficial. Thanks for that question media and now let's dig into today's topic. According to a recent issue of the exploding topics newsletter which was forwarded to me by a listener. wholefood sweetener is a hugely trending topic right now as the editors put it health conscious consumers want to sweeten their food with substances that are natural and whole food. They go on to explain that whole food sweeteners include things like maple, Syrup, sweet potato, puree, as well as plant based non-caloric sweeteners made from Stevia and monk fruit. The Concept of whole foods sweetener seems to be based on the notion that we are better off eating whole and minimally processed foods, and that's something I can certainly get behind as general rule. Whole foods tend to be more nutrient, dense and less energy dense than more highly processed foods. For example, a baked potato contains more nutrients and fewer calories than a bag of potato chips. Prioritizing whole foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, leg ooms, nuts meat, and fish is a great way to improve the nutritional quality of your diet and I generally expand this category to also include minimally processed foods like you're canned beans or tomatoes olive oil soya sauce peanut butter, soy milk, tofu bread, and Pasta. Technically, these are all processed foods and so our pasteurized milk filtered honey frozen strawberries, and basically any vegetable that's had the dirt washed off of it. In truth most of the food we come into contact with lie somewhere on a processing spectrum ranging from just plucked off the tree to I can't even tell what food this used to be. Although I think it's unrealistic and. To completely avoid all processed foods choosing foods that are closer to the unprocessed end of that spectrum is a great idea.
"foliage" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Nice foliage in towns around Massachusetts if you go to the white man's because you see these big wash of color but in the in the towns in the town square is out in front of the church is there really old giant beautifully shaped trees and some of the some of them are as shockers when it comes to so you get more individually outstanding trees in the towns because there their individual there by themselves they have had a chance to grow and become for full in Woburn Auburn how you doing Gary I was at a restaurant the other day and it's not the Rodney Dangerfield joke and I did a little out of school sports a little joke they've been doing for years and the waitress comes over and we should be all bad because I do it like the all you can eat that type of soup it will go there no tell me about it well we have four different ships insurance from the person I like is that is the chicken Alfredo it's little dumpling and little creature check it check it as with dumpling you know like type of flavor looks like a shield and it's really really tasty I mean every time I go there probably have about anywhere from a local number four and bull as much as you want yes the cost six dollars and without a drink and be involved for a show like which is two and a half add to those risky sex if you order a salad comes out the ten Bucks so I'll leave it at least two fifty for a chat this that and it's wonderful that sounds good the olive garden I've never been to an olive garden okay and also my waitress came over and those two women sitting together and mother both you know there in the forties and the latest comes all this at all please Sir would you like anything else and I said yes your phone number and she says I don't think my husband would appreciate that and I said don't tell after that she rolled her eyes zero zero she rolled her eyes to discuss how she didn't give you her number even though she was married with compelling that compelling line how could she resist well the tool that they'll the table and it's in a restaurant and they start giggling and laughing to themselves and they couldn't control himself from his family she looks old three shows that was so funny we purchase yeah I've never heard that in my life I feel thank you very much because I'm a guy with a cracked up laughing is there a classroom said how bout you you married yes happily leave me alone wow do you do that all the time someday it'll probably work you know but you know it's just like you know like that they had a show on before on MTV it's been gone for like five years sap the boiling point did you ever see it it's like a camera no well when you look it up on the computer called poorly twenty days to put everybody in situations like the girl from the boy from ball into the clothing store he said we'd get you will share there's a really attractive looking woman who is the same age as the girlfriend like twenty two years old so one side you're sure oh my god you look great with that situation statute this chance to assure like that all my god you look great I got all my god it just is so strong you must work out because she's sick thanks to his girl I like all my god you guys mostly black white black but it's going out of my mind thank you know like jealous and mad like she's saying terrible things that you don't say in public you don't sound pretty much say anything how Gary well I don't I don't do rudeness I will Gary and if you don't want to talk personal what what is your relationship status is is that a single and I want to keep it that way you know why I do not know why well probably have said this before okay I'm not a parent and I love kids and all my nieces and nephews to the age of thirty five years old the last one was eleven years old five of them and so one of the last one so my friend so I know it was like it was the end of an era and I'm like but it's all the way down so one thing but going back to me why am I still single fifty six I believe deep down if you're not organized in your life the sense like financially secure I found the mind it's like you know you I said all right when you come home for dinner a lot you know it's like I don't feel like come home like right now I'm hanging out with the guys at the bar or a club even though I don't even try to not have a diet coke not just you got it with the proper what I wouldn't change my life actually it does not a wife what about just take a companion a girlfriend I really said published about for serious relationships how long did one of my last three years it was great yeah not the one from a year and a half what makes a break up I've told them right from the beginning I don't want to be married I can what what yeah we can have a what's that thing called mutual partnership will take on the marriage we don't have the marriage certificate not not common law just there's no common line Massachusetts right it's always I looked into it no it's okay you are cohabitating you are domestic partnership yeah but the most important reason is this I am so uncomfortable in myself Riley in a sense like I don't want my combination wife or girlfriend to calm the combination of always fully believing all of me like when I want to be alone this so many times and just want to be alone I just want quietness sitting in a recliner chair now when I'm watching TV fall asleep there's nothing wrong with the woman she the woman a beautiful effeminate ladylike it's it's it's wonderful but I also if I got a wife or girlfriend who so beautiful or even you know you know I'm trying to be respectful that you know she show attractiveness that I can't handle just thinking about woman costly because my wife or girlfriend I got a class would be thinking of her it's too much pressure that's why I don't have to sell gamestop vacuum left like I understand the child part too much pressure for me but I don't think but are you dating is is the same kind of pressure no date is actually find I've always impressed a woman I date my ideal date is you know like it said local restaurant right a mutual you could have been outside their seat you know it's not the ritual of know each other yeah hello I pick you up you know I've got a better idea my pastor queen right now but you pick me you'd be quite a cascara but you'd be very interesting all I've always been very entertaining and so forth always all right Gerry thanks so much but I want to say on the kid pot having kids but the responsibility and I love kids but I don't think it would be a great father because you know it's like you know the song by kiss song Beth the media and the boys are playing all night you remember I do your number one thing is you want to be free to hang out with the guys and also part of the reason for Cooper yeah I I can completely understand that thanks Gary if there is an interesting cat he had a really is Stephen westward if right when I see your name Stephen Westwood it reminds me of Stephen when what Stevie Winwood traffic in some other band hello Stephen Bradley Hey what's going on there what's going on Sir I wanted to know what we you ever candlepin bowler candle pin is the the small balls right correct yes I was were you any good I was medium good I was in a league and New Hampshire hi my father lives eighty six years old he's been bowling for about seventy five years and he asked me to join the big league about three years ago yeah at sixteen I was the only guy on the team under seventy it was horrible and we won the whole thing that year and through the teams were quitting one of the teams was the guy which is too old and the other team was quickly because there weren't enough he stole I got a bunch of guys in my neighborhood to join we went from six teams to twelve now wow and it's I you know I've learned more about it okay bowl and then as I'm driving around the place that are are closed really something that is I guess just in New England we're trying to loosen it because there are new no new channel places opening up do you have the show canceled pens for cash I do I used to watch it on Saturday mornings after I get my paper route handle pens for cash they had these to cook what to write that guys talking well as Bob so and so did the got the seven ten split television menjadi NA a bowling commentator yeah my only outlet is Rochester New Hampshire and there was one of the teens is Carl Wyman Chevrolet my brother was on another team my brother was really good I was only so so my mother and father met it holding it and by their the ones you know while we so what's your claim to fame that she was always better ball with my dad so the old guys they whip it down there are today's road salt they call it like a missile even when they're eighty five yeah one of the guys he he he could barely walk last year he that is replaced you June eighth already back bowl and then the I mean the some of these guys they get they get high troubles like in the high three hundred or four hundred yeah there are believable they put us to shame where do you fall I know what where where no one right you know what what you know there's an old school weird bowling alley in South Boston did you know that you should go there I do it eight ball I've seen it before on chronicle with something but the eight it's something that you know when when they need you know I take my kids can go now while we still go with my father in law my my my sons love it my daughter loves it my wife loves it it's a great day it's a shame that it you know but I mean people goal you know you go on a rainy day but it's it's a it's just a great great day used to have it's too bad a going away because of that and now the it's talking about it a friend is this have every new years day thing over on.
"foliage" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"She'll start making a big deal out of ten percent chance. That's right. Yeah. That's how you know. It's really bad. All right Bill. Thanks a lot. We'll talk to you next hour. Alright. Talk to you, then K folks rains becoming the issue. Let's go to the phones. This is Sharon good morning. Sharon, what can I help you with good warning? A sage that could hinder well established. It's about four and a half foot tall. Now. But it's it's not full really want it to be full sun. But I want to be more done. And I don't know what to do to make that happen. I have I have one and it got kind of thin on me. And what I had to do is. I'm trimming by reaching down inside the plant to sounds counter productive. I want to open it up a little bit to let some of that son inside the crown because if by have the top a little heavy son can't get in there, and that prevents some of that leaf growth that prevent some of that filling out. So I wanna find some of the bad branches on the deep inside. And I want to kind of open it a little bit. So that it has a nice regular shape, but room for the sunshine to actually get into the plant a bit. So so so when I say, it's not I there's not any thick foliage at all. It's very very throughout. Yes. So do I do I want to cut the ends of the branches? Gross or that's what I don't contender stand. Sure. Now, let's say I'm looking at a branch, and you will see places where the leaf is coming out of the branch and on some plants. They tend to go around in a circle sometimes they're opposite each other things like that. I wanted to cut right above right? Above a spot where the leaf is coming out that is where new bud growth will form to start to fill that branch back in after you cut it. That's where you'll encourage the new growth not in the middle between lease the definitely not right below one. But just above where Leafs are coming out is where you want to make that cut to encourage it to branch out more and filling in for you. Okay. And it doesn't matter what time of year. I do this not really there in evergreen plant at this time of the year in the spring. They're going to want to be putting on new growth, though. The weather's perfect for their well adapted to it. So this is probably a really nice time of the year to go out there and trim now, they are a native plant, and they are once that don't require a ton of fertilization or really rich soil. We find him growing in nasty places. But that doesn't mean they wouldn't appreciate a little I might find a easy organic fertilizer or maybe a couple of gallons of Fisher mall should mixed up and drench the soil around them. Maybe a new top dressing some compost just a little help encourage after I've trimmed it for to replace that growth. They do. How does have a fresh top dressing. Excellent. We. We just did that a nice around everything in the yard. So that that that's that. So I guess what you're just telling me you're just going to work on it. And well in the compost is going to make a nice difference for because it's not this sudden burst that can produce bad crazy growth on it. Aban 'cause week would. So that's an improvement in the soil, which is a really good choice. Trimming above that bud will help encourage it to put on new growth in that area. You could throw light handful of fertilizer down. Or like, I said a couple of gallons of Adrain chin. It shouldn't force contender. To rich growth, it should just be enough for it to go. Hey, thanks. I needed that. And you should see it start to fill back in for you. You know, if I if there was ever a time of the year where I wasn't going to trim it. It would be in the dead heat of summer. They could actually handle it. It's just I don't need to add extra stress with the weather that we have. Now, it's nice out. It's cool. It's not a big deal. This is not going to bother him to trim them. Now. Okay. So I'm one other quick question. My husband, we have we we're just top dress the lawn. I finally convinced him that we don't eat use chemicals on the line and looking at the Medina activator as a second approach we have about an acre out ear and what a what weather conditions to apply that. Cool. I don't wanna do it in the high heat of the day. It is perfectly fine to do either right before or right after a rain because the long term goal is to get the Medina to soak into the soil to provide feed for the new for the biology that gets everything to grow. So this is a wonderful day. It's not going to be a full sun. There's a chance of a little light rain. It's not too hot out a daylight today. Would be great. Okay. That sounds wonderful. Well, sure, appreciate you. You have a wonderful. They yourself. You do. Thank you much. Okay. Folks were a little late here were time for the last break of the hour. ICU, Shirley, Ron Caroline, hang on. We'll get to your right as we get back. The invitations Alexis is no ordinary invitation..
"foliage" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Enough protection foliage there to keep the tree. Protected from sun. That's your that's a public enemy number. One was citrus. His son. They're very very vulnerable to sunburn. The bark is only about a sixteenth of an inch thick and it's can burn real easily. And you had said it's growing every which way like a Bush, which technically citrus is more of a it. It is not a. Trimmed in to look like trees. Yeah. It's it's really nice to leave the branches to grow all the way to the ground. If you can and really John you find the best fruit down on the bottom of the tree were those branches are really low and full. Yeah. Keep those intact. If you can't they start to way down like mine did the branches are so heavy with fruit that they actually start hitting the ground. You can probably pick those off. Or or trim those branches out. So they're not actually on the ground. I didn't know that about the best fruit being at the bottom. Oh, yeah. It's really good. That's where the tree really likes to produce its fruit. And in also protects that trunk from the sunburn if you keep branches low and full, but you do want to get him up off the ground. Let's go to jump up from Tom and Miranda to Miranda. And Phoenix wants to talk about her Jeju betrays. Welcome ranna. Hi, it's it's murder. But that's okay. Yeah. We we are Greg Petersen fan. So we have some interesting trees in our orchard and one of them is a did you get that Korean date? They call it. And we were so thrilled that had so much foliage, and it was going great guns. And then we had that many hurricane that thirty minute. Hurricane monsoon storm this summer ended about blew it over. But it hung in there. And it grew the rest of the summer, and we had quite a bit of food on at this all it's now dropped his leave. So we can really see what's going on just like he was saying listing heavily to the west and returned to do we trim it to make it foliage heavy on the east side to counterbalance it because I we also have a Pakistan mulberry that was same story. And I write it in Tampa roots back in and then I heard a snap, and it drops its leaves. And I snapped one of the roots on that. So I'm afraid to do that to these these. Did you be trees? Yeah. I would suggest soaking the root ball as deep as you, can you know, at least a foot or eighteen inches deep. It's a relatively nutri only a couple of years old is that right? How how old January of twenty seventeen. Okay. Yes. Just a couple of couple of years. I would just soak that route ball down to about eighteen inches of of depth. And then you can get a couple of tools in and around the original rupaul and just try to reset it. And we've actually kinda massaged tree and kind of just like you did, you know, put pull it up, and you don't want to snap those routes, but if you can loosen the soil around those roots. And you can kind of massage with we'll even get like a pry bar and work it in around the roots just to get the water down.
"foliage" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Justice accomplish the most distant fly by. We are ready for ultima. Slowly, science transmission. What does that mean that ultimate ready for what ultimately sounds like a supermodel? Billion miles away. Of her suit. This is a partial ice it looks like a not along the ball. It actually looks like a bowling pin? Yeah. It looks like a very oddly shaped cloud of Jackson is just flipping around out there. Knew how we knew it was out there. But we think the people live there. Billions and billions of years ago. Nobody lives out that what can survive for from the Sunland. I don't know. There's nothing. Maybe they used to be a son there, you don't know. But you don't know if something needs the sun there could be. All team of duly. She sounds really hot to me everything. And we are definitely looking forward to getting down the science data. So all of our scientists in the world can see what? The outer solar system the origins of our solar system. Have the whole for us whether surprises the problem is what you could tell us anything. What would we know? Well, I know they could. Exactly let you can't even pronounce this object. Yeah. How they process object land. I gave you the story. I'll thima anything they want. Let's think about this little new horizons guy. He's all by himself. Four billion years. Not a guy million miles from us. It's it's a it's a yeah. But he's like a little I know, but I had a car that ran from two thousand six. You know, what I find fascinating guys, but how many animals and other forms of life? Or now extinct do you know? That between one thousand nine hundred seventy in two thousand fourteen sixty percent of all wild animals with a backbone that existed are now extinct. Sixty percent between one thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand fourteen and you know, what's extinct now. You know, what we lost twenty eight hundred while the father was the rug audience. Sorry about that. What's the status of Len Berman extinction? I ruined the whole bit. We've we've lost. Yeah. We lost the cryptic tree hunter bird from Brazil. We also we also lost the Alagoas foliage Gleaner. With. Disappear. Nobody can pronounce the names we lost. Hawaii's who? Early. We've lost three. I have no idea what those birds. Oh. Scientists say this is the sixth. Wave of extinctions that we've had in billions, don't you? Don't you? That well that's just life though with some life forms. Just go out. The dinosaurs are gone. You don't think global warming? Listen. You go global warming. Protect the fleet. Reform, killed them gap. That's right. Doc, concedes seventy and twenty four teams sixty percent of all wild animals with a all Trump's fault. All right, then. There you go. The birds. God help me. Ever wonder why European.
"foliage" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Ready for ultima? Slowly, science transmission. What does that mean? The idea at any of that ultimately for what sounds like a supermodel. Byles away. Suit. This is a partial ice looks like a long ball. It actually looks like a bowling pin? Yeah. It looks like a pen very oddly shaped cloud of Jackson is just flipping around out there. We knew it was out there. We think that people live there. Billions and billions of years ago. Nobody lives out that. Okay. What can survive for from the sun line? I don't know. There's nothing. Maybe they used to be a son there, you don't know. But you don't know if something needs the sun there. All team of foolish. She sounds really hot to me everything. And we are definitely looking forward to getting down the science data. So all of our scientists in the world can see what the outer solar system, the origins of our solar system have the whole surprises. The problem is what you could tell us anything. What would we know? Well, they could land can't even pronounce this object. How do you process object lend, I gave you the story? I'll thima. They want. Let's think about this little new horizons guy. He's all by himself four billion years at a guy million miles from us. It's it's a it's a yeah. But he's like a little I know. But wish I had a car that ran from. You know, what I find fascinating guys, but how many animals and and other forms of life. Or now extinct do you know that between nineteen seventy in two thousand fourteen sixty percent of all wild animals with a backbone that existed are now extinct stacks for sixty percents. We thousand nine hundred seventy two thousand fourteen and you know, what's extinct now what we lost twenty eight hundred while the father was the rug audience. Sorry about that. What's the status of Len Berman extinction? Ruined the whole bit. We've we've lost. Yeah. We lost the cryptic tree. Hunter. From brazil. We also. We also lost the Alagoas foliage Gleaner. Disappear. Nobody can pronounce the names we've lost. Hawaii's who Hulu? We've lost three. I have no idea what those birds. Scientists say this is the sixth wave extinctions that we've had in billions don't you feel bad that that's just life though with some life forms. Just go out. The dinosaurs are gone global warming between. You go global warming. Protect the fleet. Nineteen killed them gap. Right. I can see seventy and two thousand fourteen sixty percent of all wild animals backwards. All Trump's fault. All right, then. There you go. The birds. God help me. Yeah..
"foliage" Discussed on On The Ledge
"This plant commonly known as the bead plant used to be quite popular in us be quite freely available. But it's not something I've seen about recently. What does Dr? H have to say about it. Well, he identifies correctly. This distinctive feature is the glossy orange berries which cover the creeping stems during autumn and these are perfectly for us Koro college. Although I do know that you can get different shades of bait of bead on the be plant some of them have white berries right down to read. So you might have to look for the exact right shady he do much to get hold of a nurturer. This is one of these plants generally chucked away. Once it has finished doing. It's berry thing because it's quite hard to keep from year to year. But in as possible, if you have to be a particular wiz with house plans to keep one alive, and it's one that does best if put outside in the summer, so that those flowers and followed by the berries can actually form I'm up to here from the anyone if you've managed to keep nurturer depress alive for many a year or indeed where he can get hold of one because I think they're wrong. Cute and adorable next up. It's a couple of foliage plants philodendron prince of orange is the first really why I'm telling you about this one because he's pretty much impossible to get here in the UK as far as I know I have seen available on a UK site called turn tropical. But it's out of stock there at the moment. So if you know a UK source of prince of orange to pass it on, but the wonderful thing about this plant is the new foliage, which does have a wonderful burnt orangey. I guess you could say coral color to it as we all know big leaves are really in bright now. So this is a plot. I would love to get my hands on dare I say, I think I'd actually bother have this and the old pink Princess, we were talking about in last week's episode another plot that those basically the same job, but his possibly a little bit while more widely available is clarified him orchestra or the orange spider plant, which I'm pleased to say is fairly. Easy to grow just like the spider plant that. We're very very familiar with that's clarified him commotion. Of course, the leaves are far different from traditional spied upon their wide and lush with an incredible orange midriff which extends down to the stems making it really stunning plot. And one the I'm sure you'll get many comments about because it's not that common yet. There are of course, many succulents that can go away one Rosie coral color oftentimes as a response to stress, I the cold or too much sun. Lots of succulents will respond by going that wonderful shade of coral that we all are apparently seeking in two thousand nineteen the raw some securi- though that always exhibit this color and the one I'm thinking of is Callan co or Jarvis. Or is it all I think it's probably better pronounced all. This isn't it which is commonly known as Coppa spoons. Now if you. No, the kellyn calicoes such as horrendous and Pandora's, you'll know that these particular types of calicoes have these wonderful leaves and copper spoons has exactly that with this incredible Rosty color, which is really rather attractive. It's dead easy. Plant to grow provided the either the usual requirements of sun not much water. And you never know if you're lucky you're plant could get us tool as nearly two meters. If you have the room to accommodate it is also worth mentioning many of the family whose flowers are definitely spot on in the coral camp, if you've ever seen an Ehlo ball. But then sees or no low street Arte, you'll be familiar with the tubular nodding flowers of this Plum, which I think are under rated really as part of the delights of the family, not all those have coral color flowers..
"foliage" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"It's a Gouda show. Hey, honeys welcome to Friday. You know what today is. It's Najib Uday. Thank you for everybody for tuning in. And I just wanted to say we've been on a real roll lately with having some fun in here. And I've been a really appreciating all the great feedback I've been getting from all the honeys so everybody loved brielle's as rig talking about, you know, worms coming out of her ass and whatnot. Everybody loved hearing from Haley and you know what we've been having fun, but I, you know how we roll. We're going to read some. I tunes your views. So I just want to do this because I'm so grateful to all the honeys for taking time out of your day to write me a review, and I've been loving hearing all the recommendations from everybody. So this one is from curly one one to five. Hi, curly, curly loves Mary Kay products. Let's see. Currently uses Mary Kay, timewise foliage in cleanser with a Clara sonic. She or he or they use Mary Kay time-wise eye cream. And let's see. Mary Kay day serum with SPF thirty. Thirty five. Okay. You know what? I don't have any Mary Kay, but I see you curly and I'm just going to keep going you early. Thank you for that information. This one is from somebody named the lower engine. Now Lawrenson knell has routine. Okay. Lauren loves costs Rx and soco glam triple c. lighting costs Rx, oil, free moisturizer. Okay. Oh, and costs are x. HA and the ordinary Greenwich said of retinol with square lean, is it squarely in a squall lane? You know what? I don't know, but it's a fun word and I'm here for it. So thank you for that. Lauren, lots of other oils by the way. Okay. Now this one is from Jess Jeff says she's hooked on National Route love it. She listened to the first three episodes the week. They came out Honey all year. We have a long-term. Thank you. Oh, and should download it. Ideally, create an apple ID. Just read this your view. Thank you. That is so amazing. Most members of my family wouldn't even go through that much work for me. So I'm very grateful for you. There. Let's see. We have a Sarava user. We have a Michel. She uses Michel sunscreen, Knicks oil cleanser, lots of words I can't pronounce and snail be mask. Thanks, Lauren Adams shed. I'm asking for trouble and she's a big into the asset clay. Thank you. I love here when my honey's are up to now I wanna present something a little crazy to everybody. I'm wondering if my producer Rebecca would come in the booth right now. Rebekah is the unsung hero of natch Butte and the fact that she's never been on the Mike is crazy. So I just wondered if her beg come in. You're really quick. Okay. So we're Becca in the booth say hi, hey, so I just feel like it silly that you've never been on view like you've never been on the Mike, but you're such an integral part of the show and people want to hear from you too. Are you? Sure? Yes, I'm sure. So we're is like, I mean, you're the commenter, gee, I need. You helped me with all my shit. I text you all day long saying wars, my free shit or like, can you hear me this and you and you answer me. So. Quickly and efficiently. You're so professional call. You're you're a delightful person or how has Nash byu changed your life? Oh, actually it really has. Your skin looks gorgeous. I skin has improved a lot. My I had a lot of, I still struggle with my skin, but my skin was really fucked up when I started working on the show and now you look like an angel..
"foliage" Discussed on Forever35
"Use that i use a garnier missile water fuck you say i'm going to be the person has no idea and then i use this brand body mary it's m e r r y i've gotten very hooked on them from riley rose and i use a face wash by that company vitamin c face only i also use this face wash which i learned about from makeup artist it's called eminence it's strawberry rhubarb dermot foliage with lactic acid so it's this powder put a little in your hand if you want sh and then you shake the powder in and wet it yes and the new use it on your face and like mush it around and it's really good because i get like my my four hundred breakout and i've realized that this is what i need i need to get really exfoliating at my face who heals like very fine sand this is so cool it's really fun and so i'll use that and i won't do both i'll either use that alone or the other face wash alone and then i go into this kind of intense cream situation which is all really new to me i never i usually would use one moisturizer cleaning clear like whatever but i as i'm getting into the thirties i'm like i should probably start like taking care of my skin with some cream's my mom has really amazing skin and i think it's all due to all that stuff of life so i'm really a huge fan this is a night cream by body mary it's kind of thick you kinda of it on before bed is really moisturizing this is like a whole new world for me a net cream ooh yes neck cream there have been many debates about the efficacy of a specific net create very curious to hear what you're taking so you have a great neck well that might be to the cream thank you i i usually would just moisture as my neck which is something i learned from jackie don's podcast and it was not really thinking about ever but it is something i've learned natch butte as the podcast your neck in your nagging i love it and i never really thought about it and then once i saw this product that was set net cream i was like i need to just get that because what am i doing i might as well try and his age defense and i'm like look can i beat it all before it even comes that's the dream and then i use an eye gel which is another thing that i'm trying to be like proactive about and that kind of keeps bags away and stuff and you just randomly pick up this brand or yes hit at riley rose they kind of have little cards that explain the products and the companies and stuff and for some reason i was just drawn to this company i like the little packaging i guess really all it is and i ended up liking all the stuff and then it it now it's on amazon so i like found all their many then that's where it gets really bad because i just feel the carton go but i also use this moisturizer every morning which is water bomb cream i don't think it's a korean skin care thing it's definitely not english on the back it's like a pink jar yeah and that i really like it's really light and like kind of like whipped feeling and it's it's great is this another jin effect is that.
"foliage" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Foliage six we could we cuddly that that's came was where we do we've got me should be cuddly could we be we do she knows game jerry dumb dumb put neither still in because trevor feeding private uv because.
"foliage" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"Which is mostly daffodils now yes to that and i'm i'm glad that you're reusing them kink went gardens in mansfield used to give away thousands of bulbs at the end of a year because they always put new ones in and people were successful in getting them to grow hey thanks again for listening to our podcast be sure to subscribe to our other podcasts as well the plan of the week podcast and the plan talk radio podcast all on itunes or your favorite podcast player if you'd like to sponsor a daily podcast contact us at fred at plant talk radio dot com to find out more about fred howard and plan talk radio visit our website plant talk radio dot com circle to seventy media dot com hurry into macy's newest shopping experience when macy's backstage open saturday inside macy's fair oaks mall the i two hundred customers score back seat scratch off card with a chance to win up to twenty five dollars off your backstage purchase join us for music food giveaway and get a free backstage tote with any purchase all weekend macysbackstage opens on the second floor inside macy's sparrow small saturday june second at ten am details in store visit macysbackstage dot com when we go out to eat we never agree on where to go and burgers pizza talk owes it is the one thing we do agree on is we all want unlimited highspeed data that's why we switched to metro pcs stop by metro pcs with the whole family and get four lines with unlimited lt data for just one hundred dollars period metro pcs wireless figured out coverage not available summaries requires me lie during congestion the fraction of customers using more than thirty five gigs per month may reduce speeds do streams at up to forty p no tethering see store for details and terms and conditions.
"foliage" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"You know i go back to when we were in the attic and it felt like it was us against the world and i think some respects it really was i mean that i mean you told us we're making a huge mistake in for minute i kind of leave you told me to watch my back dan was a bag that's obviously not true either right i mean hey how about this keep a full passion bucket everybody and suck it back row then we walk off the stage together it started very thought it did did and digress for there that's kind of me and nutshell thoughtful and digress from there all righty within go to the app you can vote on everybody else has their acceptance speeches there and fritzy kept it under forty five seconds shocking yes very barely we good morning to radio and tv partners our twitter handle at dp show mclovin the poll question i our was lebron james heap peak foliage pre pekar post pika paulie special seventy four percents at its peak foley nice foliage so we switched it up which would you rather have if you were playing jon barry nba title or hair for life eighty two percent went nba okay yeah we have a championship or united crowd all right i don't think anybody's going to steal these question member win the mothership would steal our poll question it was just coincidence i was told that we would have a poll question in the morning and then sports later on would have our poll question they're not taking these yes mclovin i have a that i know you will hate i know paul will hate and this completely not relevant to your lives but it is made the fourth star wars day may the fourth be with you if i had to.
"foliage" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Gimme the exact wording on this mclovin what is the percentage of acceptability of ben simmons one point performance flows off the is that like complete the process it's zero i i don't i i don't accept any of them you give them a little bit of a hall pass because this is ben simmons seven th career playoff game and he's twenty one years old no okay he's a rookie no no it's just second year and you know as a as a first year rookie no it's it's zero percent yeah mclovin k shared the front rows one yeah and then also i have a star wars one two later if lebron james foley and you can imagine who came up with this one polling he would be pre peacful each peacful leauge i've never been proud of walter payton foliage in that order wow you know fully dan you go up north i remember many many many many years ago somebody asking a question at the super bowl if you were a tree what kind of tree would you be right that sort of along the lines of what happened back in the late eighties i think when i was at the super bowl so this is foliage it's at its peak it's at its best it's never going to be better and eventually it's gonna go downhill pretty soon or pre people age means it's still on his way up past peak fully as we have seen this person's best and it's slowly going downhill you know always out explain i do i do love my fully for the people in the south can we sort of give it so are we looking post peacful each is like the beginning of november whereas right now lebron i feel like he's a little more end of october where that's where we really it's a little nest peak but it's.
"foliage" Discussed on Plant Of The Week
"Yet every time it rained or some snow late on them the flowers bent over and hung down anyhow then the breeders continued on and they got into a plant group that are now showing their flowers on an angle they're not quite horizontal they're not certainly not upright so the wind the rain and or light snow hits him that kinda slides off you can see the colors from greater distance and so on and they are as i mentioned anywhere from creamed purple to yellowish and all torture colors in there they are beautiful right now in flower however they have a full year's life in the sense of the foliage has been on the all winter mine burned considerably because of the way the cold hit a while back and at the same time there was enough green to call him in evergreen they are super in a shady area on the moist side not wet but on the moist and well drained side for example i've seen them under pine trees have long since lynn themselves up and nothing but mulching the bottom we plant the hell of orient their and each plant will spread out to about two two and a half eat wide depending on variety and then cover that whole area with the evergreen foliage it's good bright green all summer back into flower this time of year terrific selection thanks again for listening to our podcast brought to you by baen i'd products at bonn dot com plante talk radio offers other podcasts as well including our daily your gardening question podcast and our weekly plan talk radio all available on i tunes or your preferred podcast player if you have a plant suggestion for fred mini male fred at plant talk radio dot com.
"foliage" Discussed on Your Gardening Questions
"Get the old baby two days only today and tomorrow get fifty percent off all flee sweatshirts hats right all fleece sweatshirts are fifty percent off in stores in at old navy dot com hurry ends tomorrow valid two eighteen to to nineteen excludes active licensed in instore clearance i've is news for plant talk radio thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plant talk radio to keep this podcast free were partnering was stoked seeds preplanned your indoor steve starting program today with the help of stokes 2018 gardening guide and their online articles whether you're adding texture through foliage choosing a new variety for a splash of colour developing and existing garden or starting from scratch stoke seeds as some great catalogue and online resources to help you through the process more than just a listing of vegetable and flower seeds the stoke seeds website is a complete resource center with valuable information on seed starting planning harvesting plus all the gardening accessories you need to make your garden in the neighborhood get growing with stokes now today's question out of some parts of the state of gotten does significant amounts of snow and when you take a look at some of those tall and thin evergreen's like ann arbor vita or something like that is there anything you can do to keep those from getting all bent over 'cause how many have we seen yoyo look like they are split on all modeihly splayed out mark it's a physical process a bit of a nuisance in one way in the something that you have to do if you do it what i think is the right way you can do it every other year but go inside the plant i have used nylon rope which will stand against the weather for quite a while i do not tie it onto the plant per se tie it up i loop around one internal branch and tie it off the very very loosely so that the stem of the plant can continued to expand in diameter then i we've out through the plant and it depends on the plants heights at center but list you say it.
"foliage" Discussed on Sleep With Me
"Fall colors of fall foliage or foliage depending on if using british american english shore renault sleep podcast your mumbles in and never her a given her this germ before but i'm glad week pedia can put a smile on may face in some areas of canada the us is called leaf peeping in its of places edsa a believe that's outlawed leafy being a like when they say hey duplicate it gets when i am a dances lady chardonnay at which is will the shrubbery shirt now you're correct two may have may may have little what little lovely uh let's what i call it when i cover myself and they said do you wanna we've people uh it's a whole nother situation though if it really looking at the fall colors they didn't know skull belief taping a win amina a don't know if i am no branding expert but uh i don't know if i would do that but let's get into the science it talks about qarora fill in the green yellow and orange colours uh agreeing agree and we've his green because of the core phil which is a inside an oregon now called a quarrel blast in these are abundant during the growing season in a dominate the color they mask a did i guess i didn't know this may be a child and i forgot it to the other pigments in the leaf uh so the leaf scream cosa green dominates uh angkor phil is were captures this solar ray he's in your makes the food for the plants in the energy a converts to issue simple sugars uh it does something with watering carbon dioxide in other sources suggest different scientific conversions going on that creates a carbohydrate serve so the plants in the trees can grow in.
"foliage" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"That's right him that's one of the things that really could help that the hurricane itself of course has taken out so much of the foliage on the island in that stands in the way of getting things cleaned up and restored this is on point i'm jane place in in for thomas brick we're talking about the disaster in puerto rico in the controversy over who got the contract to bring power back to the people there you can join the conversation is this the time to be bold to put up solar panels what do you make of the private companies like tesla and google coming in to help on uh the cbs evening news last night republican senator lisa murkowski cheer of the energy committee said she expected a hearing on puerto rico next week and questioned whether this tiny company white fish energy was up to the task of restoring power to the island of puerto rico this appears to be pretty small company are they capable of doing the job that that i think so this hour steven muffs in his with his reported the washington post covering energy and susan tierney a former senior official in the department of energy under president obama lana callers your brooke first in frederick maryland high brooke welcome to one point i i i gained a yes i had read that liane moscow with richard branson had actually spoken to the governor of puerto rico about putting wind and solar power on the island with the grid totally decimated dipping by a perfect opportunity to do he do that um they understood that it was going to be privately funded at i didn't know if your guest had any thoughts on this uh and if the actual united states government would get involved in helping to find that the at brook you good point steven muffs in what about that tesla's been talking about jumping in actually they are jumping in ride in puerto rico gugel is well tell us about that.
"foliage" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Get on out there and that okay that's our farright foliage report we should do that now show should johnny jets hair with the fall paul edge report lay on flying high above new york state in its read all away i fun i like it well you got a leg this one r a the feral islands you know where they are you know i've heard the name okay so that's why that's why i mentioned he had not as publicity stunt foot by these guys 'cause gugel translate the not have their language in their in their system so they came up with their own google translate and they call it faro island translate language they speak in the faroe islands kelt it's no it's far wheeze far we although your buddy from new england's newest new zealand's gonna tell me that i had mispronouncing it because they know where it is is down in though she and oh no it's between england so it's between uh i thought the shetlands islands and whereas that he's actually it's off the coast of and so it looks dislike google translate would they've put of it's a bandaid over it saying faroe islands translate that's his let you can tiepin said they were now it's someone live will will translate it oh it's not that computer now that's what's crazy about it so i don't know how quick they'll be but it it should be um i'm taisei behind from the united states i love your region let's see how long it takes o o look that can't camp that kiptilaya though that's just an ad that okay of lebed's but supposedly they do it liquid split today with yummy people they have a nice irish accent when they talk in the federal islands i don't know i don't think it that are at it it's something yet it's faroese yes but you know these guys came up 'cause gugel author angle that india argued on getting the pixel buds in a couple of weeks and we will talk when i get that it's better actually about a month 'cause i would love to see how that works yep yep.