Tuesday, October 26, 2010
"Hi Hiroshi how are you? Last week I wrote you that I failed with the seeds you sent me but yesterday with a big surpride I saw one seed, only one seed of Chinese parasol is sprouting !!!!!! Here the pictures !!!"
Monday, October 18, 2010
"Hi Hiroshi, I'm sorry to say but my persimmon tree has passed. I'm a little late in getting the news to you as the last leaf fell at the end of August. Here are some pictures of what it looked like at the very end."
"We're moving through the fall, wondering what the next stage of this small plant's cycle will look like.
Watching this Gingko sprout and grow is a metaphor for what I'm doing in my work as a teacher and artist. Autonomy is crucial to this discussion.
Did you do that on purpose, with intent? Or was it an accident. Are we free to make things that can exist in and of themselves? Or does everything we make exist only and forever embedded within a vast net of other things. What is the purpose of making?..........." to read the whole article at http://seanjustice.blogspot.com/2010/10/tree-project-update.html
Majulah Singapura - Tree Project in Singapore: Marianne Pereira's Hibau Camphor was adopted and now growing wonderfully
Hello Hiroshi How are you doing these days. I notice that you are doing wonderful things, meeting exciting people and enjoying lif...
EXPLORATION ACADEMY, BRONX, NY AND BERKLEY CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL, BROOKLYN, NY - GINKGO, PERSIMMONS, CICAD, CHINABERRY SEEDS PLANTEDRESPONDING TO Making a Home http://www.japansociety.org/student_exhibition_responding_to_making_a_home Ginkgo Tree Grows in Brooklyn, the ar...
Last year, I received 5 Hibaku seedlings from Tree Doctor Riki Horiguchi in Hiroshima, Japan. They were Japanese Hackberry, 2 Ginkgo and 2 C...