02 Sunday Feb 2014
31 Tuesday Dec 2013
Posted Flowers, Perennials, South African Endemic, Uncategorizedin
Dietes, Dietes Grandiflora, earth, Echinopsis pachanoi, Flowers, garden, Gardens, heaven, plants, San Pedro, San Pedro cactus, South African endemic plant
11 Monday Nov 2013
Posted Art Gift, Garden Creatures, Photography, Quotesin
art gift, deviantart, earth, environment, John Steinbeck, milestone, mouse, nature, photography, quotes, striped field mouse
Today my blog reached 20036 hits. Quite an unbelievable milestone since I started this blog 10 months ago. A very big thank you to all my supporters. I look forward to getting to know more of you as time goes on. Sharing gardening is caring for “Our Mother Earth“.
We thank you for the many prayers answered. We understand that prayers are answered in their time and we will keep the faith in knowing that they will be. We thank you for our relations that provide us with the strength we need each day. We thank you for our animal friends and ask for their protection. We thank you for visions given to some. May they take those and bring the message to those that are in need
27 Saturday Jul 2013
Posted earthworms, ecology, Garden Creatures, South African Endemicin
Africa, earth, Earthworm, environment, geometric tortoise, giant earthworms, Karoo, nature, South Africa, Tortoise, Western Cape
Driving through the Karoo during a huge thunderstorm can be an amazing experience. From encountering the Cape Karoo Tortoise which is known as the “Great Padloper” or experiencing these Giant Earthworms.
Giant two-meter earthworms rear up out of their burrows and find a road to cross. Startled motorists spot them more often than scientists.
South Africa has the largest earthworm ever found, according to the international Worm Digest digital archives.
The tortoise is a terrestrial (land-dwelling) reptile and the world is home to a total of about 43 species, with adults ranging in size from about 10 centimeters to one metre. South Africa has 13 species of tortoise and eight are found in the Western Cape alone.
This makes the Western Cape an international tortoise hotspot, because on less than one percent of the earth’s surface, we find almost a quarter of all known species, and there is even an endemic (a species found nowhere else on earth) named the geometric tortoise.
26 Wednesday Jun 2013
deviantart, earth, environment, flower, garden, nature, photography, plants, pollination, printart, quote
Posted by Brigid Jackson | Filed under Art Gift, Flowers, Gardens, Photography, Quotes
23 Saturday Feb 2013
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