More Pictures at an Exhibition, and Including Mussorgsky/Ravel


Wildlife stand at exhibition

Wildlife exhibit

Divine vine

A divine vine.

The divine vine showing business end - yes, a Vine Snake!

The divine vine showing business end – yes, a Vine Snake!

And now, a few shots to show some of the demonstrations given by the talented members of DCHS which contributed towards receiving the ‘Best in Category’ Certificate:

The station for the Fern Propagation demo.

The station for the Fern Propagation demo.

Showing the soil formation demonstration area and alongside the propagation of edible plants.

Showing the soil formation demonstration area and, alongside, the propagation of edible plants.

A demonstration on making eco-friendly pesticides   to protect plants without harming anything but the pests.

A demonstration on making one’s own pesticides which are designed to harm the pests but not the ecology.

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16 Responses to More Pictures at an Exhibition, and Including Mussorgsky/Ravel

  1. Arkenaten says:

    My son is into fern propagation and, has become quite the dab hand and has grown loads of them.

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  2. calmgrove says:

    If only there were compounds to deal with human pests wantonly devastating the natural environment.

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  3. Looks like a most unteresting exhibition. Love that ekphrastic music.

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  4. Ruth2Day says:

    loving the blender! well done to you

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  5. Were your ears burning last week? Kate Shrewsday and I had a lovely conversation about you.

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  6. Congrats to all concerned. I love this piece of music. 🙂

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