My botany science experiment in the tropics

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October 8, 2020- by Steven E. Greer

Don’t laugh, but this is my flower garden for the year. It is my science experiment. In the tropics, it is so hot, fragile flower plants that thrive up north literally melt. I had to wait until recently to plant these. They still are not exactly thriving.

Remember those sunflowers I was so good at growing in New York? I can’t get them to grow here.

Note the lack of small birds to use the bird feeder. They are rare down here. We just have huge osprey, eagles, and aquatic birds, with an occasional cardinal, morning dove, and woodpecker.

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1 Response to My botany science experiment in the tropics

  1. Vincent Mcgowan says:

    Nice job
    Keep it up

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