Thursday, August 7, 2014
I don't complain with the quality of the seeds you've sent, but only one sprouted out of four. That made one special. That a hibaku will always stand to survive. I am proud to own one and to this day, my gingko is growing healthy. It's been 3 exciting seasons that its leaves turned yellow and fell every late winters. I always see to it that somebody takes care of it when I went for long vacations, because one time it almost died. But then again, it stood to be a hibaku!
Wednesday, August 6, 2014
Friday, August 1, 2014
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...