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nice thread on Gaviotas !! I have a close friend whos brother left for a place in Spain thats kinda similar dont know the the name , but i'm gonna ask my friend whats it called. I remember it was a project from around here ( Belgium ) who left.
Current Flora Ontario – FOIBIS includes about 4,780 species, including vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens, that grow in the province of Ontario. It includes native species as well as some ornamentals, weeds, invasive alien plants, arctic disjuncts and agricultural plants. Information about phytogeography, rarity, a vegetation alpha code system, and botanical nomenclature is presented. For each species the following information is provided: family, genus, and species names; scientific synonyms; up to 2 common names; a French name if available; vegetation code; Bayer code; rarity status; numeric life form code; and a life cycle code; available web-pictures link and related information.
Urban Earth Co-op is a member-owned flower and garden store with a one-time $150 buy-in fee. Currently they have 84 member-owners, and a goal of 400 by next year. At the local blog, Andi tells us:
In addition to carrying on the existing cut flower business, the 4,000 square foot store (with greenhouse) plans to offer native, standard, and heirloom vegetable, herb, flower, and prairie seeds and seedlings, hydroponically grown vegetables and herbs, a small farmers’ market, a Community Supported Agriculture drop-off point, a garden tool rental service, and community programming on everyday issues related to urban green living. In the fall and winter months, the store will also offer pumpkins, spruce tips, and Christmas trees.