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Discussion in 'Crops & Gardens' started by Jeff Tracy, Sep 10, 2017.
these little climbers bloomed today on our patio fence
Those are gorgeous ! ! I have never seen a vine like that before, at least I don't remember seeing one. What are they called, @Jeff Tracy ? Do they come back each year or do you have to plant them over and over?
The little bit of purple I can see down in the corner looks like part of. Morning Glory blossom.
I was wondering what it is, too. It's very pretty. I think @Jeff Tracy lives in England so we may may have them here.
I don't know if we can allow people from England here. All those extra vowels will eat up our bandwidth.
They do use rather an excessive amount of vowels, don't they?
They are 'Chilean Glory Vine' and they should come back each year and yes to the 'morning glory grandpa otts'
Dearest Ken we English are not the worst, In Galician, you can make a nice little phrase all in vowels:
Eu ía ao Eo (Eo is a river). And with it's additional affirmative:
Eu ía ao Eo, ao Eo ía eu.
In Estonian :
Õe uue aia au ei (h)üia äia õue. = The glory of sister's new fence wouldn't shout into the backyard of her father-in-law.
ei = no
yö = night (y pronounced as ü in German or u in French)
aie = intention
auo = open (imperative or negative form of the verb to open)
oio = straighten (imperative or negative form of the verb to straighten)
ui = swim (imperative or negative form of the verb to swim)
Ii = a place in northern Finland
Io-aie ei ui: EU ei aio, Ii Oy ei oio = The intention concerning (to explore) the Jupiter moon Io is sinking: European Union doesn't intend (to do it), the Ii company doesn't straighten (the misconception about the project).
In catalan: a l'ou hi ha ouaires. (There are egg-sellers inside the egg).
A well known Swedish example from a story by the poet and writer Gustaf Fröding is the dialectal Å i åa ä e ö.
"and in the creek, there's an island"
ae - come on!
ei - hey
ewa - come
eia - there she is
i - and
e - is
u - in a place
a - but
'leather works shop'.
So am I unconditionally allowed to stay ?
ahhhh tooo late, I've used them all up already.....
These are the six climbers I planted this spring ;